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Welcome Guide debuts

The new YLP Welcome Guide is now available! The 28-page guide is the result of more than a year’s work by the YLOA Communications Committee. It contains important and useful information for YLP residents, whether or not you are new to our community. The guide...

Have you voted?

Phil Stultz stands with one of five banners put up this week to remind YLOA members to vote. Ladies of the Lakes purchased the banners, to be used every year. LOL member Kathy Kunz, who ordered the signs, said Phil erected them: “Phil is my good friend and he...

Free A/C tuneup? Yes!

Randy Ruiz By JONATHAN PENROSE YLOA General Manager We have received many calls about a PG&E subcontractor doing work for PG&E here in the park. To help allay resident concerns about this program, we wanted to share a little information with you. Many people...

Keep cool!

The forecast calls for high temps in YLP over 100 degrees for the coming weekend, and at or near 100 until at least mid-month. Please note that the YLOA Clubhouse is an official COOLING STATION with air conditioning and bottled water. Take advantage of it —...

Attention homeowners!

PG&E has teamed up with Synergy Company for a HVAC Maintenance Program through the PG&E Cooling Optimizer Program. They will assess your air conditioning unit as well as replace filters for free. Through this program PG&E is offering AC tune-ups,...

Notes on expanded pool hours

We are aware that there have been numerous comments posted in social media regarding our decision to expand and adjust pool hours. I’d like to take a moment to address the reasons behind the change, but to start, I’d like to note that our primary objective is to...

‘YLP Cares’ gets go-ahead

  YLOA will proceed with a plan to set up a 501c3 subsidiary called YLP Cares. General Manager Jonathan Penrose was directed to move forward with implementing his proposal to set up a 501c3 subsidiary, YLP Cares. That will enable more flexibility to support community...

No outside burning

Fire Station 10 Capt. Brian Donaghy reminds YLP residents that all outside burning is over for the season, and the 100-foot vegetation clearance limit around homes is now being enforced. He also reminded residents to get and maintain reflective house number signs that...

Vote only once

Regarding the ongoing annual election, President Touitou noted that contrary to some initial published information, YLOA members can vote only once each year, even if one or more of the declared candidates withdraws, as has been case this year with Keith Jones and...
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