I thought I would give the hired management help one more chance to prove that they are worth our money. However, I still consider them “fired help”…
(1) I sent them a work order on 04-03-15 when the sprinklers were left on here on Captain Nurse Circle for over 9 hours and they never responded to it! I want to make sure that we Owners are not held responsible for this very big water bill that was totally Jensen’s fault…
And still we have no irrigation schedule here on Captain Nurse Circle. I am performing my Owner’s responsibility by maintaining my exclusive use common area landscaping. I water the vegetation there myself. I do not see any other Owner doing this though. I am the only one ….
According to CC&R 4.2, all owners are responsible to maintain these landscaped areas:
4.2 Owners Landscaping Obligations. Each Owner shall maintain the landscaping within any Exclusive Use Common Area patio appurtenant to the Owner’s Condominium in a healthy and weed-free condition and shall be responsible for the periodic pruning of any trees and the removal of any diseased or overgrown trees or any trees with root systems that are damaging any
Common Area or Association Property improvement.
(2) I asked them via a valid work order to have our fire extinguisher cabinets labeled here on Captain Nurse Circle and they said to “do it yourself.”
“The Board of Directors for Meadow Park has considered the cost and currently
allows homeowners interested in replacing stickers on fire extinguisher
boxes to do so themselves.”
This Board of Directors wants us to replace stickers? What stickers? There are no stickers to replace…That is the problem.. The stickers were never there in the first place. I do not have any stickers!! What a bunch of stupid freaks these people are…These fire extinguisher cabinets were installed without proper labeling…Yet all of the other fire extinguisher cabinets in Meadow Park have this labeling! That is unfair treatment and puts our neighborhood at a higher risk for a fire emergency because people may panic when they do not know how to get that fire extinguisher out of the locked cabinet!! And they are trying to make me responsible for labeling these cabinets!
(3) I asked them to remove all the paperbark trees and eucalyptus trees here on Captain Nurse Circle and they referred me again to Fire Marshal Bill Tyler, who has recently said that there is “nothing wrong” with the vegetation here and Bill Tyler calls the paperbark trees “pepper trees”.
Our office would like to refer you to Battalion Chief Bill Tyler’s March 17,
“The existing condition of the landscape is substantially in compliance with
the existing approved vegetation management plan, given this time of the
We would also like to inform you that we are working closely with the
current landscape contractor and Novato Fire Department to ensure that
Meadow Park is properly maintained throughout the entire year.
This is the type of so-called “management” we have here in Meadow Park. They, (Wakefield Sharp) refer to a Fire Marshal who is not doing his job… This guy, Fire Marshal Bill Tyler from Novato Fire Protection District, is calling the paperbark bottle brush trees (which are all over the landscape here on Captain Nurse Circle) pepper trees!
What a scam artist! He just calls them pepper trees and shrugs it all off. He should be fired for doing such a rotten job of “protecting us” against a fire hazard…It feels like the Novato Fire Protection District is only trying to protect the fires, not the people…More fires mean they have a reason to exist. High fire hazards means fire fighters have jobs to fight fires…Maybe someone from a different industry needs to be in charge of this situation…Someone that does not have a reason to keep a landscape in a high fire hazard condition…
This documentation is all I need to go further with a lawsuit against the Novato Fire Protection District, Wakefield Sharp, The City of Novato, and the Meadow Park HOA.
They will be hearing from my attorney very soon and this legal matter is now being escalated to the Marin County Courts… This prohibited vegetation was planted over 10 years ago without any regards to our Vegetation Management and Fuel Modification Plan, Phase One.