Oakmont E-Blast 7-3-2020

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Important Information

Annual Meeting

POSTPONED ANNUAL MEETINGJuly 6, 2020

Click Here For The Agendas and Resolution Packet

The 2020 annual meeting, which was postponed from April 6, is scheduled for Monday, July 6, at 10 a.m. Later that day, the organizational meeting of the Board will be held at 2 p.m. when the Board will appoint officers. Both meetings will be conducted virtually by Zoom and will be live-streamed. Detailed information, including meeting agendas, has been distributed to members.


Town Hall: Fire Safety

Tuesday July 7, 2020 – 1:00 PM
Live Streaming To OVA Members
https://oakmontvillage.com/live

Click Here For The Agenda

There will be a town hall meeting on July 7  by virtual streaming to give members an opportunity for an open exchange on the revised OVA Fire Safety and Control Policy Rules and Regulations in concert with the new Vegetation Management Plan for OVA.  

Oakmont members have until July 21 to review and comment on the revised OVA Fire Safety and Control Policy, Rules and Regulations. The full document is available here.

OVA directors passed a version of the rules last month and said they received  “excellent feedback” from Oakmont homeowners. The current document up for review by members has been edited “to reflect the suggestions of our residents and better serve the needs of the community” according to the resolution passed by the Board at its June 16 meeting.  

Under California Civil Code 4360, members of the Oakmont Village Association are given at least 28 days to review and comment on proposed rules. The Association must also provide the text of the rule and its purpose and effect as follows:  

Proposed Rule  Addition:  The Fire Safety and Control Policy, Rules and Regulation. 

Purpose and Effect:  Oakmont residents will be subject to fire safety and control measures at their homes and properties according to these rules, including fire inspections at their properties within Oakmont. 

Members who desire to do so will have an opportunity to make comments on the proposed changes before adoption by the Board (according to California Civil Code 4360 and 4040, respectively). If adopted, the new rules will become effective immediately.   


Shred-A-Thon

The Kiwanis Club of Oakmont, in partnership with OVA, is holding its semi-annual drive-through shredathon this Friday at Berger Center, 9:00 a.m. to Noon. We can accept the equivalent of five banker boxes of shredable paper goods. We encourage drivers to wear masks, remain in their cars and simply open the trunk for the boxes to be removed. The contents will be shredded on-site. Containers will be returned to the cars. There is no charge for this service, but any donations received will be used by Kiwanis to sponsor scholarships at two Santa Rosa high schools.


Pool Reservations Available Again

Maintenance on the reservation system has been completed.  Please visit https://oakmontvillage.com/book to reserve your time to use OVA facilities.


Inside Oakmont


OVA is excited to announce that OHI’s Free Fitness Class has returned with JoRene via Zoom. You may join in the fun at 9 a.m. on Monday and Wednesday next week with this information:
https://zoom.us/j/96799422442
Meeting ID: 967 9942 2442
Monday – please have a stretch bands
Wednesday – please have a wall nearby


Wooley Weeders

Sheep have become an important part of fire prevention and weed abatement at Oakmont. They chew those long, dried-out grasses down to a nub and finish each days’ work, it’s assumed, happy and full. Special electric fencing and dogs help the shepherd manage these hungry grazers. Two Oakmonters have provided videos.

This video was submitted by Genie Nowicki:

This video was submitted by Gail Capehart: