Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Water Conservation


Hello Morning Mesa Community!

As you know, this Community Association also pays for water for all units at a cost of $42K per year.  An average of $1K per unit.

Aurora Water Conservation Staff can help all save water and save $$ on these water bills, therefore saving monies to your HOA dues. Here's how:



Indoor Water Assessments

Aurora Water has specialists that will help you detect leaks, pinpoint high water usage areas and give you the tools needed to conserve. Plus, they'll bring a bunch of cool freebies.



Toilet Rebates

If you replace your water-guzzling toilet, our $150 rebate will practically pay for your new Water_Sense ultra high efficiency (1.1 gallons per flush) model. Toilets from 1994 and before are eligible. Restrictions do apply, so check with Water Conservation Staff



Low Income Water Efficiency Program

Provides income-qualifying residents with free high-efficiency toilets, shower heads and aerators. Staff will provide a free indoor water assessment and make arrangements for everything to be installed for free.


Please reach out to Water Conservation below to have your interior unit reviewed to help all of us save some monies. 

WATER CONSERVATION - 303.739.7195

Friday, December 2, 2016

Auto thefts

Hi Folks,

In the month of November 119 cars were stolen in Aurora, year to date the City Of Aurora has had 1253 vehicles stolen. Currently this is a 20% increase over 2015. Puffers (leaving your car running unattended) is a big part of the numbers along with cars left in open garages with the keys left in the ignitions.

We at the Aurora Police Department are asking you to please secure your car like you would secure your house. Your car is an extension of your house, most of us would never leave the front door of your home unlocked or your house keys laying in your driveway or sidewalk when you leave for work or run an errand.

Please don't leave your keys in your car, don't leave your car running unattended (a remote start system is ok), don't leave your car unlocked, don't leave any valuables (money, cell phones, GPS devices, wallets, briefcases, Christmas presents, packages, purses etc.) in plain sight inside your car, check to make sure your garage door is down prior to going to bed, make sure any side doors into your garage are locked and never leave your keys in the car while parked in inside your garage.

Criminals who steal cars go on to commit other crimes. It’s not uncommon for criminals who steal cars to commit business robberies, home and commercial burglaries or worse come back to burglarize your residence as they now how the key to your house, garage door openers and registration/insurance documents to facilitate identity theft.

We at the Aurora Police Department want you to have a safe and prosperous holiday season. For more information on how to stop motor vehicle theft please visit http://lockdownyourcar.org/.

Sincerely,
Lieutenant Jad Lanigan
Aurora Police Department District One
Investigative Support Section Commander
(Gangs, Fugitive, Metro Vehicle Theft, Intelligence)
13347 E. Montview Blvd.
Aurora, Colorado 80047
Office: 303-739-1702
Email: jlanigan@auroragov.org

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Calling Volunteers !!!


Good Day Morning Mesa Community!

The HOA is seeking a Volunteer to help serve the Board of Directors.  The Volunteer would need to be available to meet monthly on the Second Wednesday evening's of every month for Board Meetings.  They will Participate on Monthly Community Walkthroughs and Inspections, and also be able to communicate via email as our major form of communication to handle Community Business.  Currently we have only two Directors, and they need the support of a third individual to properly conduct Community Business.

The HOA is also seeking Rules & Regulations Committee Volunteers to help review and recommend updates to the current Community Rules & Regulations.  Some language currently written is over 20+ years old and not modern in content.  We would love to have community input on rules that they would like to see enforced, removed, or at least updated with newer modern verbiage.

If you are interested in any of the above position's, please reach out to our Community Manager, Shane Lussier at shane@cchoapros.com with an email/letter of interest.

Thank you again for your time,

Your Morning Mesa Homeowners Association Board of Directors
c/o Cherry Creek HOA Professionals