Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Morning View of Storm


HEAVY DAMAGE ALL AROUND ANASAZI AND SURROUNDING AREA.......

AFTER SPEAKING WITH WAYNE THIS MORNING, THE POOLS WILL BE CLOSED INDEFINITELY DUE TO DAMAGE, FANS FROM AIR CONDITIONING UNITS ARE ALL OVER PROPERTY...THE CLEANUP WILL TAKE DAYS ACCORDING TO OFFICE, MUCH FLOODING AND MANY TREE'S ALL OVER PROPERTY AND LIGHT POLES...PLEASE BE PATIENT....

All the news teams came to Anasazi but were denied access to property still cleanup has begun






Monday, June 29, 2015

Major Micro Burst Hits Anasazi !!



Last night shortly after 10pm a Massive microburst with 
winds reported over 80 mph hit Anasazi,

Looks like a war zone here at Anasazi

Followed with Lightning and Thunder that shook the foundations here along with the verry heavy rains

Many many branches down, The heavy iron light poles around pool were blown out of the ground..Electric wires exposed   .Many tree limbs from across the street landed here..That was the force of wind here

Pools full of furniture,Many hallways flooded due to wind blowing rain sideways and branches and pine needles in every floor possible here..Major cleanup will be in works today!

Tree's down all over property !!!

The wind was the most powerful I have seen it in over 11 years of living here

Large tree's down in the middle of Paradise Village Pkwy blocking all traffic from East into Anasazi..Many light poles down Paradise Village Pkwy blown down and shattered

LIGHT POLES ON TOP OF CARS...It is only one hour since storm...Morning light will reveal much damage

This post was written about 11pm last nite so ultimate damage is not known as of yet

Will update as info becomes available,





Paradise Village Pkwy




How do we get these at pools again ???? Please



With the Monsoon season upon us and the winds blowing, 

We need to have these nets at pool so when it storms on Friday or Saturday we can still use pools during this next 12 weeks of monsoon

On Saturday afternoon we had our 1st dust storm and the pine needles filled the pools, I had plans for grandson to come swim on Sunday, but pools were not in a shape to swim in,

 I watched some residents use hats and towels to try and scoop out the needles so pool could be utilized

There is a very simple solution put the pool nets back at the pools, so residents can skim pools during these next few months of storm season

Wayne, Paul Jensen ???   Can we get this expedited and not have to wait 3 months for a board meeting to approve something needed here now.

We used to have nets at pools  and residents used to use them to keep pools clean in between pool man visits..We do not need to have anyone come or spend any more money on cleanup..But these nets would be a Big help during the monsoon with all the pine trees

Really NO TRAINING is needed to operate this net !!!  lol  and the cost is not a big one to say the least ... Thank you for your consideration in this matter






Sunday, June 28, 2015

1st Dust Storm Arrives

A dust storm blew through Arizona on Saturday night.(No Damages at Anasazi)

The dust storm warning from the National Weather Service was for areas near Phoenix, Casa Grande, Florence, Gila Bend, and parts nearby interstates 8 and 10.
Afternoon thunderstorms around southeast Phoenix created the areas for the dust storm. The storm went through that area and moved west towards the valley throughout the night.
The dust storm warnings took place from roughly 6:45 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.
This is the first significant dust storm of the summer.
APS reported power outages across the valley.









Arizona’s Monsoon Season



In late June, the mercury rises to uncomfortable levels. Dry grasses bake in relentless sun and parking is determined by shade, not distance. Then the wind picks up. Clouds start rolling in. Cumulus thunderheads darken the sky, and most Arizonans wait eagerly for the first quenching drops of rain.

 The monsoon season has arrived. Monsoon clouds Monsoon clouds Though the word monsoon is often used to refer to a single thunderstorm, it is actually the name of the large scale weather pattern. The word derives from the word mausin, Arabic for “season” or “wind shift.”

 It is now used to refer to a seasonal wind shift and the precipitation produced as a result. Parts of Africa, Asia, North America, Australia, and Europe experience a monsoon season. A monsoon is caused by warm air creating surface low pressure zones that in turn draw moist air from the oceans. Arizona winds usually come from the west, but shift to a southeasterly wind in the summer, bringing moisture, most often from the Gulfs of Mexico and California.

 The wind shift and increase in moisture combine with the surface low pressure from the desert heat to produce storms in a cycle of “bursts” (heavy rainfall) and “breaks” (reduced rainfall). Before the rain, the wind shift can trigger dust storms known as haboobs, which appear as loose swirling walls of dust several hundred feet high. Flash flood video

 The North American monsoon occurs over northwest Mexico, Arizona, New Mexico, and parts of Colorado and Utah. In the U.S., southeastern Arizona and western New Mexico usually experience more strong winds and receive the most rainfall. The North American monsoon season’s existence was initially debated, but it was legitimized in by organizations like the Southwest Arizona Monsoon Project (SWAMP) and the North American Monsoon Experiment (NAME).

 Although not as strong as the Asian monsoon, the cycle is typical of monsoon seasons worldwide. The monsoon season begins on June 15 and ends on September 30, but the storms peak between mid-July and mid-August. On average, about half of Arizona receives about half of its annual rainfall during the monsoon. Arizona receives a statewide average of only 12.5 inches of rain per year. Arizona receives a statewide average of only 12.5 inches of rain per year.

 However, rainfall can vary tremendously between distances of just a few miles. Mountainous areas tend to receive the most. In fact, mountain ranges such as the Sky Islands and the Mogollon Rim can act as a focusing mechanism for thunderstorms. Get rainfall information and measure rain data at the rainlog citizen science project. Downpours are often short in duration, but rainfall is heavy. In mountainous areas, the torrent can cause flash floods capable of downing vegetation and relocating boulders. When water picks up debris from fire damaged areas, the combined force of the roiling water and heavy objects is capable of causing mudslides that can wipe out trees or trails in a matter of minutes.

source:http://arizonaexperience.org/land/arizonas-monsoon-season

Saturday, June 27, 2015

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Friday, June 26, 2015

"The Brown Envelope" (Janet Frintner)

Along with all the emails I receive, Over 80 last week, I also receive from time to time a brown envelope with no return address,

Now today's enveloped enclosed a complete copy of lawsuit that JANET FRINTNER has against our
community. I will be publishing it this next week for all to read !!   And I think ALL OF YOU SHOULD !

We all know that when Janet was voted out of office in one of the largest margins in Anasazi History, She felt betrayed by the community !!  Just think this is a way to get even for all of us taking "Madame Presidents" coveted title away....But the residents said enough is enough and booted her to the curb..NOW SHE WANTS OUR MONEY???   MOVE ALONG JANET !!..How much did you make here while on Board of Directors all those years ??  Good Question for all to ponder...

STAY TUNED !!

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Facebook Users

Hello My Friends...I ask you to PLEASE Like this page on Facebook... "Boycott Joel Osteen"..His view on Parents who have lost a child is ridiculous.....Basically he is a Moron ...saying Parents who have lost a child "need to get over it and stop seeking attention........ 
PLEASE LIKE THIS PAGE



My dear friend and mentor in traumatic bereavement, Dr. Joanne  Cacciatore brought to all of our attention that Pastor Joel Osteen has a chapter in his book wherein he is quoted as saying that bereaved parents who lost their only child were still grieving out of "self pity" and because they "like attention".

Needless to say, his belief that we bereaved parents are wallowing in our self pity doesn't sit well with many of us. Joanne contacted Joel Osteen and asked him to apologize to all of us, offering to help counsel him in the bereavement that one experiences after the loss of a child (or children). The door was shut in her face, clearly, so she wrote him an open letter. I love her. Please read, and if compelled, share her letter 

http://drjoanne.blogspot.com/2015/06/be-like-little-children-open-letter-to.html




Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Important Numbers





Anasazi Village Homeowners’ Association Management Office

 Office Phone: (602) 996-4659

Wayne Yurk, CAAM, Community 
Manager Sharon Clark, Administrative Assistant

 Roving Night-Time Security Guard: (602) 432-5502 

 After-Hours Maintenance Emergency: (602) 647-3034

 Wayne Yurk, CAAM, Community 
Manager Sharon Clark, Administrative Assistant


TO REPORT A POWER OUTAGE CALL THE APS 24 HOUR CUSTOMER CARE CENTER AT 602-371-7171 

AFTER-HOURS MAINTENANCE EMERGENCIES If you experience a maintenance emergency after 5 pm weekdays or Sat./Sun.; such as a flood, call 602-647-3034. If your call is not answered, leave a detailed message including your building and condo number and your call will be returned promptly.

If it is a life threatening or medical emergency call 911

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Pool Mister's On

Yesss it is hot outside and with the 112 degree temps,


 The pool misters have been turned on to help keep pools as Cool as possible  !!



Saturday, June 20, 2015

Resident Suggestion

Michael, don't know if you are aware of this great theater just up the street, they have great plays etc all year. Thought some people might be interested. Kathy Eaves..Build 7



 Theater Artists Studio presents 2015
New Summer Shorts from June 18-28 at The Studio,
 Located two blocks east of Tatum Blvd., and just north of Cactus Road on Paradise Village Parkway East, on the west side of the street. Show times are Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at 7:30 pm and Sundays at 2:00 pm.

Tickets are $20 for General Admission, $10 for Students 25 & Under and $15 for Groups of 10 or More, Seniors 65 and over and Members of the Military. For tickets, call the box office at 602-765-0120 or visit our TICKETS page.

FOR MORE INFO CLICK LINK BELOW

http://thestudiophx.org/

Friday, June 19, 2015

Dont Shoot The Messenger !!

Many emails about the air conditioning going off on Friday Morning during these 115 degree days

I just report it....I did not schedule job !! lol


But understand that it is a problem with 1 days notice to find a place for pets for those of us who work, or those that are elderly having to find a cool place for the 3+ hours we will have no air conditioning....

These are issues that need to be checked in off season......If you remember no one knew our heat was not working correct 2 winters ago and boilers had to be replaced

So to all that have sent letters here in complaint, I would contact office...to those who said they will not turn air off...NOT DOING SO WILL DAMAGE YOUR UNIT

THIS PROBLEM NEEDS TO BE CORRECTED SO COOPERATION IS KEY TO AVOID HAVING AIR CONDITIONING PROBLEMS IN FUTURE

I also have had to pay someone to watch my pets on Friday so understand the short notice given

But if it is only 3 hours that's ok.

.An email from another resident states... The City states that Anasazi would have to put folks up in a hotel if Air is off for a prolonged period..  ???????


Thursday, June 18, 2015

Attention Building's 2,3,4,5,6

On Friday Morning June 19th  before 7am 

you are required to turn off air conditioner at the switch on your unit

They will be preforming a underground a/c leak and water investigation

They will be shutting off the water supply to the air conditioner loop system water only

you will still have regular water...Just no air conditioning

THE JOB IS SCHEDULED FOR 3 HOURS 
So Please  TURN OFF AIR CONDITIONER SWITCH BY 7AM ON FRIDAY 6/19/2015

Any questions CALL OFFICE

Major Lawsuit Against Anasazi Pending


MANY IN LEADERSHIP HERE ARE TRYING TO MUZZLE WHAT IS GOING ON HERE 

I thought we were headed for a transparent board here...Yet we are trying to hide this important lawsuit that affects all owners??


Well its looks like our Ex President has Filed 
Major Lawsuit against our community

On May 14th 2015  
JANET FRINTNER  
filed a Lawsuit against Anasazi Condos


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Case Number: CV2015-051915 Judge: Gordon, Michael
File Date: 5/14/2015 Location: Northeast
Case Type: Civil  


Janet Frintner   Plaintiff

Anasazi Village Condominiums Homeowners Association Inc   Defendant Pro Per 
A A M, L L C   Jeffrey Smith 
Case Documents

Filing Date Description Docket Date Filing Party
6/12/2015 ANS - Answer 6/12/2015  
NOTE: Defendant AAM, LLC's Answer and Affirmative Defenses to Plaintiff's Complaint / EFILE BILLING $237 
6/12/2015 CCA - Cert Compulsory Arbitration 6/12/2015  
NOTE: Defendant AAM, LLC's Response to Plaintiff's Certificate of Compulsory Arbitration 
6/12/2015 NJT - Not Demand For Jury Trials 6/12/2015  
NOTE: Defendant AAM LLC's Demand for Jury Trial 
5/27/2015 AFS - Affidavit Of Service 5/29/2015  
NOTE: ANASAZI VILLAGE CONDOMINIUMS HOA 
5/14/2015 COM - Complaint 5/18/2015  
5/14/2015 CCN - Cert Arbitration - Not Subject 5/18/2015  
5/14/2015 CSH - Coversheet 5/18/2015



SEE LINK BELOW AND THEN TYPE IN .....FRINTNER JANET 
TO PULL UP LAWSUIT

http://www.superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/docket/CivilCourtCases/caseInfo.asp?caseNumber=CV2015-051915




Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Water Aerobic's

Anyone interested in water aerobic activities in the main pool 

at 6 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday night? Please call 

Kelly at (602) 931-0337.

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Sparkling Pools and Grounds

As a group of us were at pool 1 the other evening the subject of how clean our pools are always..

What we have to remember is there are 5 pools here at Anasazi and never have you looked out patio or went to swim, that our pools are just sparkling, since this new company took over about 18 months ago..

BIG Pat on the back to Pool company and their crew




Also if you have walked the grounds as of late, every thing is looking clean and trimmed, I had parents in from Chicago last week and they also remarked at the difference since Feb alone on their last visit here.

As you pull in the new parking lots look fresh, the grass is still holding up and looks like many of the dead shrubs and cactus have been cleared and replaced...

Over all it looks very nice, easier to see the whole parking lots now with hardly any cars here, and the calm of Summer is upon us

The property has been very quiet in the late evenings since pools were locked at midnight

Workout room  has been renovated some and reopened.....

Pool umbrellas are one thing that should be considered for repaint or replacement..They are beat up

So time to settle in for the summer heat here at Anasazi ...Triple digits have arrived

Monday, June 15, 2015

Marta You Voted No !!

Great to see that the one board member that was pushed through during election has voted against something a majority of residents asked for  ?????

Time to get on Board with the rest of the residents here Marta...You seem to be acting like the old board we worked so hard to remove....maybe if you walked the grounds or were out at night you might have been made aware of the problems here at night with pools.

Maybe follow Faye who has stood tall here in her new role and was instrumental in many of the new projects completed here

Maybe a early push to remove you from board if you continue to work against the majority of residents...Many have brought this subject of as of late in conversations......you were voted in by winter residents  about 50 votes out of 600 ??..maybe why you vote against full time problems

CMON MARTA WAKE UP, YOU AND RUSS ARE CONSIDERED PRODUCTS OF THE OLD BOARD AND HAVE VERY LIMITED SUPPORT HERE IN THE FULL TIME COMMUNITY

We all know Russ has bought a house in Scottsdale and will be another non resident board member shortly..

The Speed Bumps and Pool Locking are all centered around a safer community..
Yet you 2 voted NO

Minutes from  May meeting below
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Locking of Pool Gates Due to the increase in criminal behavior reported after hours at the pools there is a need for an employee to unlock the gates on Saturdays and Sundays. 

Dana Jones made a motion to accept the request to have a maintenance employee on site on Saturday and Sundays for 2 hours each day to unlock the pool gates and handle other miscellaneous items.

Ray Durney seconded the motion. 

The motion carried 5-1-0, Marta Vega opposed. 
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

She voted no against pool being locked and Russ Harris voted no to speed bumps...........their logic???  UNKNOWN 

Issues of Safety in Community ??  Should be supported by All Board Members 




Sunday, June 14, 2015

The Time Has Come !! Triple Digits !!


Extreme Heat Prevention Guide - Part 1

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Elderly people (65 years and older), infants and children and people with chronic medical conditions are more prone to heat stress.
  • Air-conditioning is the number one protective factor against heat-related illness and death. During conditions of extreme heat, spend time in locations with air-conditioning such as shopping malls, public libraries, or public health sponsored heat-relief shelters in your area.
  • Get informed. Listen to local news and weather channels or contact your local public health department during extreme heat conditions for health and safety updates
  • Drink cool, nonalcoholic beverages and increase your fluid intake, regardless of your activity level.
For more tips on heat prevention click link below

Saturday, June 13, 2015

Message from Anasazi Talk on Facebook

I found the renovation of the gym to be quite disappointing. There is a terrible echo in that room since the renovation. As well, the floor is hard as a rock and the puzzle-like rubberized mat laid down on the floor I can't imagine will last long.  

I hope the HOA did not spend too much money for this renovation......Kelly J. McKibbin

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READ ANASAZI TALK ON FACEBOOK....



Friday, June 12, 2015

Dog Poop !! Also (Renter Who will not abide)

Well it seems to be a post that seems to repeated over and over....My wife and I are  also pet owners and have a dog, Now there is always some discussion here about the weight of dogs or the limit you may have...

Well we know this is a issue that can never be solved as there are to many pets here and no one will be able to say anything about it as any new rule would not apply to dogs here before (Grandfather Clause) But it is a issue when we have folks leaving poop everywhere and can understand why folks get frustrated here about pets/


BUT I understand the problem with the small amount of folks here who do not clean up after there pet....And I say a small group as most here are very good at taking care of business

Lets be honest ..Its summer and no one wants to step in poop or smell it when its 110 degrees here !!

Now we have a renter here who WILL NOT PICK UP AFTER HER DOG...PERIOD

This last 3 days we have watched her dog poop all around pool 3 and 1...Twice this week we watched from patio as 2 different folks approached her in the morning and said are you going to pick up after your dog...she shrugged both off........

This morning as I watched her again about 6:30 am again it pooped in front of out neighbors patio and off she went again...I asked her if she was going to pick it up and she gave me a dirty look and went to her unit


NOW THIS IS THE SAME RENTERS.......Who were putting cigarettes out all over patio wall and destroying it....Office was notified by many and letters sent to owner ?? ...NEXT WEEK these same renters brought this dog into pool for a swim at pool 3. and again letters sent to owner ??? ..

(see link below to previous post)

http://anasazitalk.blogspot.com/2015/02/another-dog-in-pool-3.html

Now for the last 2 weeks we have watched her let her dog poop over 9 times and leave it, this was just in the view we could see

TIME FOR OWNERS TO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THERE TENANTS

THEY LIVE IN BUILD 2 #111   

I have notified office on each of these occasions and will be sending off another today about this unit and the renters dog

I realize that its one thing when its a owner

 BUT THIS IS ANOTHER INSTANCE OF WHERE WE DO NOT NEED PEOPLE HERE THAT ABUSE OUR PROPERTY AND HAVE AN ATTITUDE WHEN EVER APPROACHED  

WAYNE THIS ONE FALLS ON YOU AND OFFICE TO GET SETTLED..HOW MANY LETTERS TO ONE UNIT BEFORE THERE IS REAL ACTION TAKEN HERE ??
You have done a great job in dealing with these issues in past..These folks need a wake up call please

HOW ABOUT OUR BOARD...ANY ONE WANT TO RESPOND ON THE BYLAWS HERE WITH UNRULY RENTERS....   YOU ALL READ THIS BLOG..WHO WANTS TO STAND UP AND ANSWER ??


THANKS FOR THE EVER GROWING READERSHIP..THESE LAST FEW MONTHS HAVE BEEN HUGE IN READERSHIP.   over 3000 reads a month .....Thank You

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SAME RENTERS THAT HAD DOG IN POOL




Thursday, June 11, 2015

FOURTH AT THE FOUNTAIN; A 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION!

Over the next week we will be posting some events here in Az for the 4th of July holiday
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Fountain Hills Park.....On July 4, 2015 we celebrate the 239th anniversary of our American Independence, and what better way to show our American pride then with an outdoor celebration of our freedom!  Ordinary 4th of July festivities consist of  BBQ’s, floating in the pool, rocket pops and of course a fireworks display, but Fountain Hills is no ordinary community and you can bet that our Fourth at the Fountain celebration isn’t either!  

Begging the question; what do parachutes, water slides, rock walls, and fireworks all have in common?  All of those, and much more, will be featured at the
Town of Fountain Hills Fourth at the Fountain event!

Our one of a kind community is putting on a one of a kind event with food, fun, fireworks, and of course, our World Famous Fountain!  Fourth at the Fountain festivities will also include: live DJ, a patriotic parachuting demonstration, bounce houses, a beer garden, food and beverages, and last but not least, a fireworks show starting at 9:30 p.m. over our World Famous Fountain!  This year we also welcome the addition of water slide and a 25 foot tall rock climbing wall to the kid’s area.  The event will take place from 5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. in Fountain Park.
Start a new tradition by joining us for our star spangled Fourth at the Fountain Independence Day celebration in Fountain Park!   
 Enjoy your Fourth at our Fountain!

 Admission:  Ages 20 and under are free; Adults 21 and over are $5.00.  Bring the whole family out to Fountain Hills to celebrate Fountain Hills’ Fourth at the Fountain!  Please remember: no coolers and service animals only.  Thank you!

 Sponsored by: The Town of Fountain Hills, AMVETS Post #7, and Elks Club

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Winter Party Question

Hello Michael, I am sending this to you after reading the Anasazi Newsletter that no one can seem to get to their email, Well I went online to read it for myself. After talking with some other residents here in Build 4 &12 today, many have expressed concerns over this schedule of activities here at Anasazi for the fall

What has many aggravated is, Where is the summer activities for residents ?? and who is paying for these winter events ??

Also see they have a catered party scheduled ?? WITH OUR HOA Fee's ??

I would like you to print this email for all other full time residents to read and understand what may be happening...

Are we supposed to plan activities for those winter visitors who come here for 3 months and expect to have a full line of entertainment scheduled for them ??

Also heard they want live music, But need permission from all residents  I personally do not see this happening...Hoping this being on your website, may open a few  eyes around here at what is happening

Time to let these winter visitors pay for their own fun and enough of their parties. only they are invited to, It should be for all residents or none...Thank You Mrs P

From Anasazi Newsletter

Fall 2015 Activities 
October: A planned tour of the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM). Date to be determined. 

November: A "Welcome to Winter" meet and greet social hour in the clubhouse. Bring an appetizer to share, a drink of your choice and a can of food for a local food pantry. More details later. 

December: Holiday Party at the clubhouse. A catered affair. More details later
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Webmaster Reply

I have been trying to get emails here from Anasazi and newsletter for 11 years and still receive none !!....Marta   (Communications director ??)   Have offered my services many times for websites and getting emails correct here...but we have Marta..Who knows nothing about communication except writing a newsletter with info from this blog and AAM web sight and then talks endlessly about it at meetings like its the Az Republic..We don't need a 20 minute speech on the news letter  lol !!

NOW TO THE ISSUE AT HAND

I have read this also and do think we should have activities year round..we always used to have a 4th of July BBQ  That was always a great turnout..But when AAM Took over the petty cash used for that day was taken away much to the dismay of many

As far as HOA Money being used I believe that these winter events will be payed for privately or on a pay per person for any catering from past discussions here, This has been discussed when the 1st talk of a "Social Committee" was introduced 

But will check into this for all of you concerned...

But personally I believe it is a good idea to have activities, It may be a way of uniting the full times residents with the winter residents for a little more solidarity here ??  If it is done evenly and not a committee run by 90 day visitors  with no concern for the other 9 months here..OR Parties that are invite only  planned by committees on our board...its either for everyone to attend or none 

Last week we received over 70 emails...please allow a few days to get caught up on them  Thanks for reading

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Pool Rules

ANASAZI POOL RULES  Watch your children

 No glass containers in pool area

  No pets in pool area 

 No running or climbing on rocks

Guests must be accompanied by a resident 

 Babies must wear leak-proof swimwear 

Pools are closed from midnite - 8am

Large, inflatable objects, snorkels and fins are prohibited (small, single-person floats are allowed)

 Have a safe and happy Summer!

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Think its time to take snorkel and fins off list as many residents use then here daily and they have stated they will continue to do so....Never understood this rule anyway....and who would check..We have no board members here now walking the grounds ??    All Talk for Election !!

Monday, June 8, 2015

Paver Project

As many of you know, Anasazi started a pavers project a few years ago. Graveled walkways were to be replaced by brick pavers. Common walkways were to be completed by the HOA and the cost of walkways in front of buildings were to be shared by the building owners and the HOA.

 To this point, 12 of the 15 buildings have been completed. In the Fall we will try to complete the project. We will need volunteers to canvass the remaining three buildings. An email will be sent out in the Fall asking for people to volunteer and additional information will be sent to the owners of the buildings involved

Sunday, June 7, 2015

Arizona Rookie League

The Arizona League is a rookie-level professional baseball league run by Minor League Baseball. Games are played from mid-June until the end of August, and a season consists of 56 games. The players in this league are usually from other countries or drafted high school and college players from the MLB June Draft. Major league baseball players may also play in these games as part of a rehab assignment.
Spectators may attend these games for free.

In 2015, the AZ Rookie League (AZL) games will be played from June 20 through September 1.
Day by Day Schedule of Arizona Rookie League Baseball Games
There are often five or more games being played on any one day, in various parts of town. On the next page I list the general location of the home field for each of the teams that play in the AZL, as well as some tips for attending the games.

All games start at 7 p.m. local time, unless otherwise specified.
First Half
Saturday, June 20, 2015
Mariners at Padres
White Sox at Dodgers
Reds at Indians
Brewers at Cubs
Athletics at Angels 
Giants at D-backs 

Sunday, June 21, 2015
Ranger at Royals
Dodgers at White Sox
Angels at Brewers
Indians at Reds
D-backs at Giants

Monday, June 22, 2015 
Royals at Rangers
White Sox at Mariners
Padres at Dodgers
Giants at Athletics
Brewers at Angels
Cubs at D-backs
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Indians at Rangers
Dodgers at Padres
Mariners at White Sox
Royals at Reds
D-backs at Cubs
Athletics at Giants

Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Reds at Royals
Padres at Brewers
Rangers at Indians
Mariners at Athletics
Angels at Cubs

Thursday, June 25, 2015
Brewers at Padres
Athletics at Mariners 
Reds at Dodgers
Giants at Indians
Cubs at Angels
White Sox at D-backs

FOR FULL SCHEDULE CLICK LINK BELOW



Saturday, June 6, 2015

Wild Weather Friday (Record Breaker)

It was the rainiest June 5th in over 100 years in Phoenix on Friday, Breaking a historic record.

We are enjoying this 72 degree rainy day here in June, The local weather service had shown over 700 lighting strikes a minute at times in the later evening..The Thunder and lighting was a great show from many balconies and those sitting out to enjoy this extra comfortable June evening here at Anasazi..



 PHOENIX ---6/5/2015 -- Infrequent June visitors to the Valley dropped by Friday, ]
as thunder, lighting and rain arrived and made a little history.

According to the National Weather Service, it had never before rained in the area on this date in 100 years of record-keeping. The previous date and last time it rained this early in the month was June 6, 1993.
June is normally dry in Phoenix, but a thunderstorm with moisture from remnants of Tropical Storm Andres provided a bit of a change. Weather officials trumpeted the bit of precipitation on social media.
Authorities attributed lightning strikes to starting at least a dozen tree fires early in the morning. Fire officials were also investigating lighting strikes as catalysts in two house fires in Glendale and Peoria, but no injuries were reported.