After months of research and meetings with many local Painting Contractors who are known in this area to paint large condominiums of our size, we chose Ferris Painting to do the job. We look forward to starting the job in mid to late August and will keep everyone informed as to schedules and other details during this process of improving the appearance and property values at The Ardmore House.
PASADENA, Calif.—The Pasadena City Council on June 1, 2015 adopted the City’s Level 2 Water Supply Shortage Plan requiring additional mandatory water restrictions for residents and businesses effective immediately due to the severe drought in California.
- Bans outdoor watering on Thursdays. Outdoor watering is now allowed only on two days per week, Tuesdays and Saturdays, before 9 a.m. or after 6 p.m.
- Adopts a 28-percent water conservation goal citywide that aligns Pasadena with mandated reductions set by the State
- Reinforces that violators face fines up to $500 per incident
The Council action also included the following water-use restrictions:
- No turf irrigation within 48-hours following a measurable rain
- No washing hard or paved surfaces using potable water, except as necessary to alleviate safety and/or sanitary hazards
- All master-metered multifamily properties must certify installation of water-efficient shower heads and aerators on faucets by September 30, 2015
- The two-day per week outdoor watering schedule for Tuesdays and Saturdays is effective immediately through October, with watering only before 9 a.m. or after 6 p.m.
- A one-day per week outdoor watering limit takes effect November to March
- All identified water leaks must be fixed within 48 hours
- Filling ornamental lakes and ponds is prohibited
The City is taking these additional steps to reduce City water use, including:
- Retrofitting city medians with low-emitting irrigation systems for trees
- Removing turf at Pasadena fire stations and planting drought-tolerant landscaping
- Turning off all water fountains at City facilities
- Closing the “Splash Pad” water play facility at La Pintoresca Park for the 2015 summer
- Investing in Recycled Water Project & Arroyo Seco Canyon Project to increase water supplies
- Introducing a new graywater program, “Laundry to Landscape”
- Acquiring new technology and hardware to capture water flushed from pipes during maintenance
Stay connected to the City of Pasadena! For water-saving tips and info, visit www.PasadenaSavesWater.com. For general information about PWP, go online to www.PWPweb.com or follow on Twitter @PWPnews. Visit the City’s main website atwww.cityofpasadena.net; on Twitter @PasadenaGov, www.twitter.com/pasadenagov, and Facebook atwww.facebook.com/cityofpasadena. Or call the Citizen Service Center, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, at (626) 744-7311.
Thank you to everyone for your patience during the extent of the Elevator Modernization & Compliance Project. After almost Seven weeks, we finally can use the Elevator now.
Carpets will be replaced next week and I’m available anytime to show you a few new things about how it operates and the new safety features.
Thanks to everyone who voted for the much needed Capital Improvement Special Assessment. We will finalize our Contractor selection process and begin work very soon. A special job update board will be placed in the mailboxes area to keep everyone informed about scheduling and job progress.
Western Elevator is in the final stages of our Elevator Modernization and Compliance Project. The State of California Elevator inspector is scheduled to arrive on Thursday, May 21st. I will be passing out new keys as soon as the State approves and we get full access to our elevator.