(posted December 18, 2014)
Proposed Agreement to be considered at Regular Board Meeting, Thursday December 18th, 2014
THIS ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT, having an effective date of February 1, 2015, is made by and between Eldorado Community Improvement Association, Inc., a New Mexico nonprofit corporation (herein referred to as the “Association”), and Community Asset Management, L.L.C., d/b/a Homeowners Association Management Company, an Arizona limited liability company (herein referred to as “Manager”).
The Santa Fe County Growth Management Department (Land Use Division) is currently seeking interested members of the public, including a position from Commission District 5 that includes most of Eldorado and surrounding area, to serve on the County Development Review Committee (CDRC). The term is for two years beginning in January of 2015 and ending in December of 2016. Please visit www.santafecountynm.gov/county_commissioners to view a commission district map.
Satellite Dishes on Roofs- Updated 1/21/15
Over the past year the ECIA has noted an increase in the number of Eldorado homes that have more than 1 Satellite Dish on their roofs. Under Article II, Section 13, paragraph C of the Eldorado Covenants, it is noted that Eldorado homes shall have no more than 1 Satellite dish on a roof, unless they have received approval from the ECIA Board to have more than 1 dish. This covenant is detailed as follows:
(posted January 15,2015)
Greenbelt Trail Work Notice
To: Eldorado Residents Adjoining Los Alamos Park Greenbelt
From: The ECIA Conservation Committee
This notice is to advise you that the ECIA Conservation Committee will soon start repairing the 1 km greenbelt trail starting from the Rail Trail trestle (between Monte Alto Way and Mariano Road on the west side) going east in Los Alamos Park green belt to the School, Library, and Senior Center complex at Torreon Road.
The current path has eroded significantly causing trail creep into two and three alternate paths expanding the trail width in some areas to four feet or more as users negotiate a more comfortable route.
Our resident and Santa Fe County Rail Trail Steward, Steve Griego, will be doing the major work with members of the Conservation Committee. For best erosion control our goal is to rebuild a tread slope of three to five degrees with a small drainage outer edge and reduce the total tread width to 36 inches. This work will be starting soon and we will be working on this trail for month or two using hand tools only.
Please address any questions to the ECIA with attention to the Conservation Committee.
The ECIA Conservation Committee