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San Elijo Hills Community Association HOA Updates-February 1, 2017

Mardi Gras 2017

The San Elijo Hills Community Association would like to cordially invite our residents 21 and over to our Mardi Gras Party at Café Stoked! The event will be held on Friday, February 10th at 6:00 PM.

Residents will be delighted with delicious food, music, dancing and contests in the true spirit of New Orleans!

Attendance to this event is limited! Cost is $5.00/person. You must provide a check (no cash) payable to San Elijo Hills to Liz McCardle in the San Elijo Hills Onsite Office in order to reserve your spot! All reservations will be taken on a first-come-first-serve basis.

The onsite office is located at 1277 San Elijo Road S., San Marcos, CA 92078. For more information, contact Liz McCardle at sehdirector@waltersmanagement.com or call (760) 798-9015.

Graffiti-Update!

It was brought to our attention that several arrests were made the end of January in connection with the recent graffiti vandalism.

If you witness any graffiti within the community, please contact the City of San Marcos. Below is information off the City’s website:

The City of San Marcos removes graffiti on public and private property within 24-48 hours of being reported. If you have graffiti on your property, and you need assistance in removing it, please contact our graffiti hotline (760) 591-9100.

Download a Graffiti Authorization Form: http://www.san-marcos.net/home/showdocument?id=66 . After printing the authorization form, please mail back to the address indicated on the form or you can fax it back to (760) 744-9520.

• Graffiti cleanup is a top priority in The City of San Marcos. The city employs a full-time graffiti removal team.
• Graffiti is the most common type of property vandalism (35%) according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics.
• Immediate removal – within 24-48 hours – is the key to successful graffiti prevention.
• Please contact the Sheriff’s Department to report suspicious activity at 510-5200.

The City prosecutes vandals when arrests have been made.

San Elijo Hills Onsite Office

Beginning in March, Liz McCardle will be on maternity leave. The office will remain open during this time. For any questions involving community events or architectural matters, please continue to call the onsite office at 760-798-9015 or email at sehdirector@waltersmanagement.com.

Should you need to submit a work order request, have questions regarding your account, enforcement matters or any other management related matters, please contact Becca Warrillow at 760-431-2522 or by email (bwarrillow@waltersmanagement.com).

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January 2017 San Elijo Hills Community Association Updates

Mardi Gras 2017

The San Elijo Hills Community Association would like to cordially invite our residents 21 and over to our Mardi Gras Party at Café Stoked! The event will be held on Friday, February 10th at 6:00 PM.

Residents will be delighted with delicious food, music, dancing and contests in the true spirit of New Orleans!

Attendance to this event is limited! Cost is $5.00/person. You must provide a check (no cash) payable to San Elijo Hills to Liz McCardle in the San Elijo Hills Onsite Office in order to reserve your spot! All reservations will be taken on a first-come-first-serve basis.

The onsite office is located at 1277 San Elijo Road S., San Marcos, CA 92078. For more information, contact Liz McCardle at sehdirector@waltersmanagement.com or call (760) 798-9015.

Graffiti

Recently the community has been experiencing an increase in graffiti vandalism. If you witness any graffiti within the community, please contact the City of San Marcos. Below is information off the City’s website:

The City of San Marcos removes graffiti on public and private property within 24-48 hours of being reported. If you have graffiti on your property, and you need assistance in removing it, please contact our graffiti hotline (760) 591-9100.

Download a Graffiti Authorization Form: http://www.san-marcos.net/home/showdocument?id=66 . After printing the authorization form, please mail back to the address indicated on the form or you can fax it back to (760) 744-9520.

• Graffiti cleanup is a top priority in The City of San Marcos. The city employs a full-time graffiti removal team.
• Graffiti is the most common type of property vandalism (35%) according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics.
• Immediate removal – within 24-48 hours – is the key to successful graffiti prevention.
• Please contact the Sheriff’s Department to report suspicious activity at 510-5200.
The City prosecutes vandals when arrests have been made. Within the past year, 15 juveniles were arrested for graffiti vandalism in San Marcos. All of the suspects were convicted of Felony Vandalism; the cost of the damage was over $400 and the defendants had a prior conviction for vandalism. On average, each defendant must reimburse the City approximately $1,200. All were assigned to Juvenile Diversion programs and several served time in Juvenile Hall.

San Elijo Hills Onsite Office

Beginning in March, Liz McCardle will be on maternity leave. The office will remain open during this time. For any questions involving community events or architectural matters, please continue to call the onsite office at 760-798-9015 or email at sehdirector@waltersmanagement.com.

Should you need to submit a work order request, have questions regarding your account, enforcement matters or any other management related matters, please contact Becca Warrillow at 760-431-2522 or by email (bwarrillow@waltersmanagement.com).

Board Meeting Tonight-Canceled

The Executive Session Board Meeting scheduled for this evening has been canceled, and re-scheduled to January 24th. Please contact the Carlsbad office at 760-431-2522 for details regarding the meeting.

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City of San Marcos launches online reporting tool for Graffiti, Potholes

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In February, the City launched an online direct reporting tool that gives residents the opportunity to report any non-emergency related concerns or issues 24 hours a day, seven days per week.

“Residents are our eyes and ears in San Marcos,” said City Manager Jack Griffin. “If you see a pothole, a street light out, graffiti or just have a general concern, the City wants to know about it so we can continue improving the quality of life in our community.”

Through the online reporting portal, residents can submit service requests and provide information on neighborhood issues by clicking the “Report a Concern” icon on the city’s website, www.san-marcos.net. Submissions can include the location of the problem, detailed information and even a photo.

Once a report is submitted online, it is routed to the appropriate city department for resolution. Email alerts with status updates will then be delivered to inform the concerned resident of case progress.

To report your concern, please visit www.san-marcos.net/reportaconcern. For live assistance, please call (760) 744-1050 Monday through Friday between 7:30 am and 5:30 pm. City Hall is closed alternating Fridays.

Shocking Vandalism in San Elijo Hills

Message sprayed on utility box in San Elijo Hills. (San Diego 6 News)

Early Wednesday morning on the back of the large 30 foot SEH development sign listing new homes for sale near the San Elijo Entry Monument/Gas Station In bold red paint and large print DEATH TO ( the N’s word) and OBAMA…

The sign is highly visible as you head south on San Elijo Road leaving SEH on your left side…at 8:30 it had been politely covered with paper.

UPDATE: It turns out the San Elijo Hills area was tagged in 6 locations Sheriff’s deputies are investigating. The city is offering a $1,000 award to anyone who provides information that can help determine who was responsible. Anonymous tips can be posted at www.sdcrimestoppers.com.

San Marcos Mayor Jim Desmond said in a statement Thursday afternoon saying he is disturbed that the graffiti was found in his city. “This is a shameful display of hate and absolutely will not be tolerated in our community,” he said.

In addition earlier in the week a political sign was vandalized with the graffiti “No Unions”

We find this kind of political & hate expression revolting…thoughts SEH?

San Marcos City Graffiti Hotline 760 591-9100

San Diego News 6 Picks up the story click to see video

Union Tribune coverage

North County Times coverage