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Welcome to The Grande South at Santa Fe Place Homeowners Association
Professionally Managed by Action Property Management

        
                  

ASSOCIATION ADDRESS & INFORMATION

The Grande South Homeowners Association
1199 Pacific Highway, San Diego, CA 92101
Phone: (619) 236-1122  /  Fax: (619) 236-1436
www.thegrandesd.org  

General Manager
Corinne Marrinan   cmarrinan@actionlife.com

Assistant Manager
Aileen Ryan  aryan@actionlife.com 


CORPORATE OFFICE

Action Property Management, Inc
2603 Main Street, Suite 500, Irvine, CA 92614
Phone: (800) 400-2284  /  Fax: (949) 450-0303
www.actionlife.com

Board of Directors' Meeting Notice 
August Board of Directors Meeting  

Please be notified that the Board of Directors will be holding a Board Meeting on Wednesday, August 20, 2014.

Executive Session Meeting: 4:00P.M. in the Conference Room

Regular Session Meeting: 6:00P.M. in the Lounge

All owners are invited to attend the Regular Session Board Meeting. If you are an owner and would like to address the Board of Directors in Regular Session, please complete the Request To Speak form and return it to the on site management office. These forms are also available at the time of the meeting.

We look forward to seeing you!

posted: 7/18/2014
Manager's Messages 
Propane Restrictions  

Earlier this month, a flyer was distributed regarding the Fire Code for open flame cooking devices in multi-unit dwellings. Please be reminded that no one should have a propane tank on their balcony larger than one (1) pound capacity. This pertains to propane tanks used for both barbeques and heaters. While we know that this is upsetting, there are adaptors to purchase that will allow your grills and heaters to operate with one (1) pound cylinders.  If residents would like to lodge a complaint, please do so with the San Diego Fire Prevention Bureau directly, at
(619) 533-4400.  

Thank you for your cooperation with this mandate.  Please be sure that when removed, the tanks are not thrown down the trash chute or placed in the dumpster or your storage locker, but are taken to a propane dealer to be recycled.

 

posted: 8/22/2014
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