In February, Crestview told the City it “will step into the shoes of any neighbor whose septic system repair or replacement encounters any issue arising out of Well #8.” However, Crestview will only get required permits, leaving neighbors responsible for $75,000 “advanced treatment units,” if required, and costs up to Continue reading Crestview’s offer to “step into the shoes” of septic system owners affected by a new well excludes the biggest potential costs.
Well #4, which suffered an “electro–mechanical problem” with the pump on January 30, is back online as of April 24. We asked what caused the failure and whether there would be a financial impact but were asked to wait for the General Manager’s report to the Board. Although the well Continue reading Well #4 restored to service.
Our annual meeting of shareholders, at which we elect Directors, is set in the Bylaws for the second Monday in March, which this year was March 13. The Board may choose a different date, but not later than 60 days after that date. Since the Board will not meet again Continue reading Annual meeting of shareholders will be late again this year.
Reinstallation of the pump and 680 feet of pipe was completed Friday, April 7. The electrical will be reconnected and a series of tests performed this week. If all goes well, the well should be back in service “in 1-2 weeks.” Well #4 shut itself down on January 30 because Continue reading Well #4 expected online by April 21.
Five Crestview shareholders living in Las Posas Hills Owners Association ousted the former LPHOA directors in a recall election March 31. They faulted the former board— for not approving Crestview’s Well #7 and architectural plan at 191 Alviso, for urging the County to deny Crestview’s permit application, and for not Continue reading LPHOA board taken over by five vowing to approve a new Crestview well.