EE HOA, Green Valley, AZ
Monday Morning Memo

August 20, 2018        Esperanza Estates        Green Valley, AZ

Esperanza Blvd Land Update
From our EE president, Dave Sielken, "I am very happy to report that through your generosity - and that of Portillo Place and Ventura West residents - we have reached our part of the financial goal for the acquisition of the property at 670 Esperanza Blvd. that was to have become a pickleball center.
The only remaining step is the actual transfer of funds that will happen over the next 2-3 weeks following the required due diligence for the official closing. The final "hand-over" will follow a final approval by the contributing HOAs - as well as the seller and buyer (Las Campanas Community Association) - of the required documents which have already passed legal review and review by the contributing HOAs. These legally binding documents will guarantee our access and that the property 'shall remain vacant and undeveloped, and shall be maintained by the Grantee (the owner, LCCA)' for 199 years. This obligation includes all associated costs and taxes. We could not have achieved this success without the patience and generosity of all the donors and the perseverance of our committee: Donna Dailey, Dean Hess, Jim Sourant, Howland Swift and Doug Syme.

Wednesday Movie Night
Movies are taking a break for a few weeks, but there is a great line up of films when they return in September.
Thanks to Jane & Eric Ellingson for sponsoring this event.

Thinking of Selling Your House?
Just a reminder that, prior to closing on a house sale, title companies require a report from our Architectural Control Committee stating the house is in compliance with our CC&Rs. This means that Architectural Control will be inspecting any house that is being sold to be sure it is in compliance. To get an idea of some of what the committee will be looking for, you can read the Pre-Sale Inspection Form found under 'Forms & Documents' on the EE website, You can also ask the committee to do an informal/courtesy inspection before you put your house on the market so you can have time to address any compliance violations before the official inspection report alerts potential buyers to any issues.

Road Repairs
The county is scheduled to be milling and filling Camino del Portillo starting today.

Fiber Arts
Now that temperatures are in the bearable range, the Fiber Arts group will be meeting at the Ramada on Thursdays at 1:00.  Remember that you don't need to be actually working on a project to join us for some socializing.  You may be inspired by what you see others creating.

Found Key
A key was recently found in the Ramada kitchen.  It has a green tag and a light.  If it's yours, you'll find it hanging on the bulletin board in the kitchen.

Attention Genealogists
The LDS genealogy library has permanently closed in Sahuarita and will open at La Posada in November.  Joan Moreaux will be conducting some introductory genealogy classes for EE residents at the Ramada in the fall. 

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