Projects

Road Replacement Project

The board of directors for The Pines is pleased to announce that the road replacement project will begin this fall. We have signed an agreement with SUNLAND ASPHALT out of Tucson . 

Here is some of the information :  Item Description Estimated Quantity Unit 

1

Pulverize / Grade / Pave 1.00 LS 

Provide Project Management Including Travel Time, Meetings, Paperwork, And Billings.

Provide The Following Limited Construction Permits:

- Dust Control Permit

- Water Meter Permit And Water Buy

Provide Traffic Control And Barricades During Our Scope Of Work.

Pre-lower Utilities Prior To Pulverizing.

Make Necessary Sawcuts.

Pulverize Existing Asphalt And Base To A Depth Of 6". Pulverizing Depth Is Based On A

Maximum 3.5" Asphalt Thickness And Blended With A Minimum Of 2.5" Stable Base

Thickness. Gather Excess Material From Site And Haul Off As Needed.

Fine Grade Existing Base, Add Moisture, And Compact To Grade.

Pave With 1/2" Asphalt To An Average Finished Depth Of 2" After Compaction With A Steel

Wheeled Vibratory Roller.

This Proposal Is Based On Performing The Work In 1 Section.

Pavement Markings: 1.00 LS

Restripe Parking Lot To Existing Layout

2

Concrete: 250.00 LF 

Install 250 LF Of New Extruded Curb

3

Concrete: 5.00 EACH

Prelower And Raise 5 Water Valves





 

Clubhouse Deck Replacement

As we started the repair work on the clubhouse decking as it was found be a total loss. Most of the beams were rotted completely through. 

New Clubhouse Deck

What an incredible difference. The new clubhouse deck is almost finished and it looks amazing. We have been asked why we used the materials we did in rebuilding this deck.   Well, the fact is, It will never have to be maintained. All wood used in this project was covered in a water-poof band so that there will be no more worry about wood rot ever again. No more yearly painting, No more loose boards or nails sticking up, No more worry about anything. This deck is build to last.


Painting Project

Landing and Railing Repainting Project

As you all know the rust is showing up on the stairs and the landings. Starting at the end of June, the painters will be here to scrap and pressure wash all the old paint, add a rust inhibitor and re-paint in all areas around the stairs. With that being said, we will need everything removed off the deck area, front and back decks. This will insure that your belongings do not get wet while this project is going on. Please keep children and pets away from this area during this time. 7-3-18 update, Building's 3, and 4 are complete and the painters are starting buildings 1 and 2 the week of July 4th

In Other News

The Pond

The pond still has a leak somewhere and is losing water. The board is working to find the best solution to this issue.

Wildlife

Please do not toss food out for animals. We live in the forest and by tossing food out for squirrel's it attracts other animals such as bears and javelin's. This is a danger to the community.

Mail Parcel Boxes

The new parcel boxes are in and ready to  be used.

Ready, Set, Go

We now have a door hanger that can be picked up in The Pines office in the event of an evacuation. This door hanger can be placed on the outside door of your unit if you leave the property due to mandatory or voluntary evacuation and you chose not to call the office to let us know you are leaving the property. These tags will be collected several times a day and your unit will be marked empty on a map. This will help insure everyone has gotten out safely. (We are under a high fire danger. Please be prepared to leave if necessary) 

Dog Poo and Smoking Stations

We have placed 4 new dog poo stations and 4 new smoking stations around the property. We encourage all residents who smoke to do so near one of the smoking stations and not on the decking areas. "At this time we are under a stage 3 fire restriction" There is no smoking at all on The Pines property. Smoking is only to be done in an enclosed building or car. This is per Navajo County 

The poo stations are fitted with pick up baggies to make clean up a breeze. 

FAQs

Q, Do you have any rentals available? 

A, We do not rent units here. The units are all individually owned. If an owner is going to lease a unit, they will use a property management company or list it on a rental site.


Q, Are there assigned parking spaces?

A, No, there are no assigned parking spots. Each unit may not have more than two autos on the property as parking is limited. All autos must be in working order, be registered and insured. 


Q, How much are the monthly COA dues and what they cover?

A, The monthly dues are $190.00 per month. This covers Water, Sewer, Trash, Snow Removal, The insurance on the property, the staff and maintenance of the grounds and  outer parts of the buildings.


Q, Do you allow pets?

A, As an owner you can have no more than 3 pets in your unit. If you are a renter, you will need to speak to your property manager. All pet must be on a leash at all times. Cats are not allowed to be outside of the unit without a leash. All residents must pick up after their pets.