Special Board Meeting - March 13th
A special board meeting has been called to discuss the revised submittal from Regis for house plan 5710 on lot#139 in The Islands. The meeting will take place on Thursday, March 13th at 7:00p.m. The meeting will be located at the Riverlake Community Association Office located at 799 Lake Front Drive, Sacramento, CA 95831
Next Scheduled Board Meeting
RCA Board meeting and RLA Board meeting will be held on different days and different locations:
The RLA Board meeting will take place on Wednesday, March 26th at 6:00 p.m., the meeting will be located at Shore Park Apartments located at 7952 Pocket Road Sacramento, CA 95831.
RCA Board meeting will take place on Thursday, March 27th at 7:00 p.m., the meeting will be located at Primrose Alzheimer's Facility located 7707 Rush River Drive, Sacramento, CA 95831.
RCA Board Agenda RLA Board Agenda
What is EBLAST?
Riverlake has developed an email notification system for urgent and informational messages, which pertain to the residents and we encourage everyone to participate. All you need to do is send us your email address and we will include you in the notifications. EBLAST is not the same as the EMAIL NOTIFICATION OF DOCUMENTS, which is for the budget, newsletters and annual reports. EBLAST is for alerts to burglaries in the area, lost dogs, and any other important community issues. We will keep the emails to a minimum and share only information that seems important to you. Please send your email address to us at email@example.com if you would like to be added to the list.
Collection Policy Revised
Below is the new revised Collection Policy. It was changed to conform to California Civil Code §1366(e). Under California Civil Code §1357.120 (b)(4) which states" A rule change that is required by law, if the board of directors has no discretion as to the substantive effect of the rule change." Is not subject to the same rule change procedures found under )Sections 1357.130 and 1357.140 which require a public airing for 30 days prior to a vote to approve the rule change by the Board.
Link to revised Collection Policy
For informational purposes only - the Association doesn't moniter or regulate water usage.
City of Sacramento Water Schedule
Sacramento adopts a Stage 2 Water Shortage Contingency Plan
Conservation measures in response to a dry winter
On Tuesday, January 14, the Sacramento City Council adopted a Stage 2 Water Shortage Contingency Plan.
Residents and Businesses may water and wash vehicles on either Saturday or Sunday at their discretion during winter months (after daylight savings time ends).
During dry months (beginning when daylight savings time begins), residents and businesses are restricted to watering before 10 a.m. and after 7 p.m.
Residents or Businesses that utilize drip irrigation are exempt from watering restrictions during winter and dry month watering schedules.
Residents and Businesses may only utilize the "Water Conservation Education Workshop" to waive a fine every 24 months.
Owners of properties will be responsible for violations, whether or not they or their tenant commited a violation.
The Water Conservation Team has put together a list of Frequently Asked Questions please refer to the city webiste at http://www.cityofsacramento.org/utilities/water/water-conservation.cfm regarding the water conservation ordinance. Any additional questions can be answered by calling 311 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Riverlake Community Association Homeowners,
On behalf of Cyrus Hui, Jon Sperring, and Theresa Taylor-Carroll, we thank you for your overwhelming support in the November 12, 2013 Riverlake Community Association (RCA) election. A normal election would have resulted in a 15-20% homeowner’s participation rate. You showed up in record numbers and exceeded 50% participation.
The RCA Board had its first meeting on December 11, 2013, and elected new officers. While the new Board has yet to solidify its vision, we understand clearly from your comments during our campaign neighborhood walks that you want change. To that end, we will
(1) suspend all committees and appoint new committee members at the open Board meeting on Thursday, January 23, 2014 at 7 pm. I’m asking all RCA members to consider serving on a committee.
(2) re-organize the Architectural Committee and task it to review suspended Architectural Landscape related enforcement actions, change guidelines as appropriate and assist all applicants on new applications and
(3) re-organize the Financial Committee and perform an independent review that will look at everything. Our goal will be to find ways to reduce the expected 2014 operational expenses. The full report will be available upon request. We learned at the Annual meeting that all of the RCA operating reserves have been expended. Therefore, RCA dues must increase in 2014.
We have a beautiful community in which we have all invested our time and resources. I am soliciting your continued support, participation and ideas to further enhance our Riverlake Community.
I would like to thank David Maggenti, Bob Murphy, Jim Parker and Andrew Plescia for their service. ~W. Bernard Bowler
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I would like to thank the Riverlake Lake Association members for their support in the recent election. I have accepted the nomination to serve as your RLA President for 2014. In the past, I have served on several committees. As chairman of the Construction Committee, I was responsible for the design and construction oversight for the new gazebos at Cobbleshores, the lake bulkhead, boat ramp renovation and beautiful new redwood docks. It was a busy and rewarding year.
2014 will also be a busy year, with several projects on the horizon. Engineering of the bulkhead cobble replacement is required, as well as painting of the wrought iron fencing and re-landscaping of the dock areas to name just a few of the enhancements to our community.
At this time, I would like all members to consider joining our committees. There is a wealth of knowledge and talent in our community. Consider the opportunities to share your expertise while becoming involved in the decisions that impact the Riverlake Lake Community.
Please join us at our monthly board meetings. Your ideas, feedback and participation are invaluable and integral to maintain the standards of excellence that have made Riverlake a desirable place to live. We are all neighbors with a vested interest in this community. Everyone’s voice counts.
I would like to thank Tamara Dawn for her service on the Lake Board. ~Cal Gladden
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