Q. My kitchen sink is backing up. I know the 01-02 stacks, 03-04
stacks, 06-07 stacks and 08-09 each share sink
pipes. How do I find out if my neighbor’s sink is stuffed too?
Q. I keep hearing water dripping at night in my bathroom.
How do I check with my neighbor to find out if they
hear it too?
Q. It’s after 6 PM
and my neighbor is drilling past the 5 PM time limit. How do I contact them?
Q. My neighbor is blasting Led Zeppelin music! How do I
contact them to ask them to turn it down?
A. All these
questions can be solved by knowing your neighbor’s name and phone number.
Q. How do I get
A. Take the initiative. Knock on each door. Tell your
neighbors you’re making a private list of everyone on your floor and ask if you can add their unit number, their name
and their phone number to have in case
of emergencies. Type up and print out the list so everyone has a copy. (Boardie
did this on her floor. Everyone cooperated! )
P.S. Anything involving water, sink back-ups, unexplained
dripping sounds, water around the bottom of your toilet, even a dark spot under
the sink that could be a leak, please
call or text our Building Manager Joseph immediately. 619.339.3490
August 10 the Board held a special meeting about the new
roof on the computer app Zoom. Because there is so much interest in this
project twenty-three owners “attended” via their computers. Poor attendance at
Board Meetings is the norm, but when you can attend in your PJs and close to
our snack stash, it’s the hottest ticket in town! Since the pandemic hit, many
of us have become used to attending our Zumba classes, our informational
webinars and now our HOA Board meetings on Zoom. Could Zoom be a trend, even
after the pandemic? Let’s hope.
Q. My neighbor hangs their wetsuit over their balcony
railing, so does that mean I can do it too?
A. No, you can’t do it and neither can your neighbor. Please
don’t hang anything – towels, flags, laundry over
your railing. It looks ugly and it’s against the rules. For a copy of the Rules
& Regulations - download
from our website http://www.PacificTowerHOA.org
Q. My new neighbor
parks in the lower garage and is storing their used packing boxes between our cars. So dumping cardboard boxes in the
garage is okay?
A. Not OK! Your neighbor is not allowed to store anything in
their parking space. Some owners, if space allows,
can squeeze a motorcycle in front of their car. But, anything that could be a
fire hazard will be removed and
thrown out by our staff within 24 hours.
Q. I just moved in. Can I dump my bike with the other bikes
I see in the lower garage?
A. No. Please visit
Building Manager Joseph Arellano to register your bike and get an ID sticker.
He’ll help you find an empty rack
spot or see in certain cases, see if your bike can be hung on the wall. If you can’t connect during working hours,
send him a text.
As of this writing, no one in the building has caught Covid.
Everyone must wear a mask in the common areas of the
Wash your hands upon entering your unit.
Practice Social Distancing.
Only 10 people allowed in the pool area at a time.
Only 2 people allowed in the gym at a time and they must