01-25-2019

Randy McGrath

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FACILITY MANAGER REPORT

01-25-2019

Published: January 25, 2019 2:29 pm

Last Modified: January 31, 2019 2:59 pm

Randy McGrath
CLUBHOUSE & GYM

Nothing to report at this time.

POOL & POOL DECK AREA

Nothing to report at this time.

IRRRIGATION

.Irrigation pumps: Montecito – January 25, 2019

Controller A
• Zone 4 - Decoder Alarm
• Zone 13 – 2 leaking HOA heads
• Zone 14 - Broken head, lateral line and time on controller corrected
• Zone 26 & 27 – these homes have 2 valves each
• Zone 45 – leaking HOA head
• Zone 47 – 47 isn’t a zone
• Zone 48 – Broken 6” rotor ( this is a large rotor zone)
• Zone 55 – bad solenoid
Controller B
• Zone 4 – time added
• Zone 8 – valve not opening (replacement)
• Zone 27 – irrigation is down due to pool install
• Zone 47 – zone has several more bubblers than normal- closed off
Controller C
• Zone 3 – wiring issue to decoder
• Zone 16 & 25- leaking HOA heads
Controller D
• Zone 40 – wiring issue to solenoid
• Zone 62 – time is off due to construction
• Zone 88 – small zone with only has 5 rotors, good pressure from heads
• Zone 93 – small rotor zone, good pressure from heads

The FLO GUARD app for PS#3 was installed on the CDD office computer, soon I will have the PS#1 app installed to the office computer. Too. I just have to reach out to HOOVER and get the necessary accessibility information. PS #2 will not have this capacity until the PS#2 gets the new pump station in 2020.

LANDSCAPING & LIGHTING

Nothing to report at this time.

LAKES

Very LOW

LAKE FOUNTAINS

#3 Fountain, waiting on a quote to upgrade the LED lighting from Cascade Fountains

STREETS & SIDEWALKS

: All working

GATES & WALLS

The Shearwater entrance gate has a bad center LOOP, causing intermittent issues with the gate controllers not closing, or partially closing and re-opening continuously. Although the gate is still functional, this condition will only get worse. After speaking with Jason Showe on 1/25/2019 I contacted FDC and authorized for them to install the wireless loop sensor. The only alternative would be to remove the pavers, dig up and remove the bad loop and install a new loop. Once this was completed, we would have to reinstall the pavers. The cost to do this was 3 times the cost than installing the wireless loop. The cost of the wireless loop was $762.00 plus the cost of installation was approximately $300.00. Unfortunately, this is a necessary repair and it will be done on January 30.2019 going forward.

PLAYGROUND

Nothing to report at this time.

OTHER

The exterior: The outside perimeter of the Community was painted this week. Giving a crisp look to Montecito Beach Club.

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