FOUR WEDDINGS AND A FUNERAL
Not sure now many remember this rom-com movie title
from 1994 but that is exactly what happened in our building. We had four
weddings and a funeral. On the fourth
floor, four couples got married and one owner died. Is there something special on
the fourth floor? Obviously, it was lucky for eight people. Maybe there are floors with similar love stories,
but nobody is bragging about it. Love in the age of the pandemic! Can’t make
this stuff up!
Speaking of the building’s demographic, Pacific Tower
has changed a lot in the past ten years. What was once a building of longtime owners of advanced age, is now a
building of young people surfing and starting families. One young PT mom, Yuka Asada
has started a parent network to share baby and toddler info and items. And
while the group has suspended in-person get-togethers since the pandemic, they
hope to resume play dates in the near future. To connect with Yuka call or text
FIDDLING ON THE ROOF
In case you’re wondering what happened to our
soon-to-be-built roof? Welp… again and again, there’s a hitch in it. The short
of it: After getting almost all our very complicated ducks in order, all the
building supplies are on back order! When would we get these precious supplies?
Maybe three months, but they make no promises. Are we going to build a roof in
the middle of the rainy season? Hell no. Therefore, it seems like our new roof
won’t materialize till the summer of ’22.
Holiday decorations are permitted from Halloween season
through New Year’s Eve. After that all
decorations and string lights are not allowed.
I SEE LONDON, I SEE FRANCE
A gentle reminder for those who forgot, hanging your laundry or your towels or your wetsuit over your railing to dry is a NO-NO. The Rules and Regulations are clear on this. Laundry racks are also against the rules. And you cannot deny it is unsightly. We appreciate your cooperation.
Pacific Tower Homeowner’s Association has a
monthly meeting, usually the third Tuesday of every month and if you are an
owner, you’re invited! Meet your Board
and neighbors. Find out where your $540 is going. We’d love to have you! If you
get bored, you’re welcome to leave – no pressure.
Since the pandemic, we’ve held our meetings
on Zoom instead of gathering in- person in the Rec Room and many owners have
taken advantage of participating virtually from the comfort of their units. Pajamas
are permitted if not too sexy.
At the beginning of each meeting, homeowners
are invited to ask questions of the Board, raise issues or lodge complaints for
five minutes per person.
If you have a computer and would like to get
a Zoom invitation for the next meeting, please email Keisha@phoac.com. If you don’t have a computer, you can still
join the meeting by phone. Meeting announcement posted in the Lobby 4 days
before the meeting gives the Zoom Meeting phone number so you can join
President – Mark Cabaj, Vice President -
Karyl Miller, Secretary – Julie Menas, Treasurer – Anthony Mariucci, Directors –
Troy Krich, George Kyrala, and Robin Del Pape.
Newsletter Written by Karyl Miller and Edited by
Updates and Rules
As of this writing no one in the building has
caught Covid. Yay! But Delta is in the air. Everyone is asked to be careful. It
ain’t over till it’s over. Social distance is still a good thing and so are
masks. At least have a mask at the ready. Thank you.