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2024 Spring Newsletter


 

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Valli Vue Property Owners Association

911 W 8th Ave Suite 101 PMB 1

Anchorage, AK 99501


VALLI VUE ESTATES

2024 Spring Newsletter


2024 SPRING CLEAN UP BEGINNING 5/20/2024


Valli Vue Estates is assisting with spring cleanup in the neighborhood by contracting with Gage Tree Services this year to collect and dispose of green waste from individual homes. Please remember the following when preparing for pick up:

  1. All organic materials must be placed along the edge of the roadway no later than Sunday, May 19th, for pick up. The contractor will begin moving through the neighborhood on Monday, May 20th. The contractor will only make one pass through each street for collection.

  2. Please bag leaves, grass clippings, and short branches. Any logs and brush should be cut into lengths no longer than four feet and should not exceed three inches in diameter.

  3. DO NOT bag gravel. Sweep it into a pile on the edge of the roadway, where the LRSA contractor will sweep it up after our Spring Cleanup.

  4. DO NOT place appliances, furniture, tires, batteries, hazardous waste, construction debris, or garbage along the roadway. The contractor will not pick up these items.


DESIGN REVIEW REQUESTS


Please remember that any exterior modifications to your home must first be submitted and approved by the Design Review Committee for Valli Vue Estates. The application process can be completed online through the shared portal and any accompanying documentation uploaded. If you need assistance with accessing your portal, or applying for approval, please contact the Association Manager, Dannielle Mellor.


PIPE CORROSION


During construction within Valli Vue, customary practice was to ground the electricity for homes to water pipes. This is significant to homeowners within the community, as it poses the potential for electrolytic corrosion, which increases the risk of a water line becoming damaged. The current Municipal code has changed, and requires separate grounding, which is often done by placing copper rods in the ground. If you have not already verified that your home’s electrical system is current with Municipal code, we encourage you to contact a licensed electrician.


If the water pipe fails in your yard, it will be your responsibility to pay for repairs, including digging up your yard. If the pipe fails beyond your property, then the whole association pays. Therefore, the Valli Vue Estates Board highly encourages homeowners to bring their original electrical grounding up to code.


If you have any questions about the information provided, please do not hesitate to reach out to the Association Manager, Dannielle, at vallivueak@gmail.com. Information for the Association can also be located on the website at www.vallivue.com.

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