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Fall 2015 Newsletter New


WASTE MANAGEMENT

Waste Management will be increasing their rates for 2016 based on their contract with Sin Vacas. The rate goes up from $15.22 to $15.68 per home per month starting November 1, 2015


WINE TASTING

The wine tasting event schedule for October 2015 - May 2016 has been posted on the Resident's Only page. Please contact Gabriel at HBS Management Solutions (520-829-7895) if you are interested in hosting any of the open dates that are available.


September 2015: A post card will soon be sent to all homeowners asking them to update their contact information to include email addresses. Email addresses are used to send email blasts for non-emergency and emergency situations.


Villas at Sin Vacas Trash Dumpsters


UNAUTHORIZED “VISITORS”

Please be reminded to call 911 to report any suspicious activity. We all know that Sin Vacas is not walled in and therefore susceptible to persons walking on to the property from other areas other than the front gate.

If you suspect any suspicious activity, please call 911 first. By reporting it to the gatehouse before phoning 911 may delay any attempts to catch intruders. As always we thank you for your cooperation.

 

Welcome to Sin Vacas


A premier gated community of uncompromising quality and beauty, located in one of Tucson's most desirable places to live - the foothills of the Santa Catalina mountains. Enhanced by natural desert landscapes, the beauty of Sin Vacas is evident as soon as one enters through the majestic stone gate.

Sin Vacas features an array of luxurious and distinctive custom homes by some of the area's most respected builders. There is great shopping nearby and plenty of restaurants for all tastes. The superb location of our community provides easy access to all parts of Tucson including the university, country clubs, golf courses and art galleries.

SIN VACAS DESIGN STANDARDS REVIEW AND UPDATE VOLUNTEERS
The Sin Vacas Architectural Review Committee and Board of Directors would like to invite residents to help on a much needed review update to the current Design Standard Guidelines. If you are interested please contact Gabriel Noriega with questions or suggested topic points of interest you like to have considered in the update process. Gabriel can be reached at 520-829-7895.

It has come to our attention that hikers are utilizing the utility easements along the northeasterly perimeter lots (Lots 60 – 65) as hiking paths. Please note that the utility easements along the perimeter of these lots are not designated hiking trails. Anyone caught trespassing on your private property should be reported to the Pima County Sheriff’s Department.

However, please be advised that a dedicated hiking trail easement does exist just east of Lots 60 – 65 on the western perimeter of the Cobblestone development. The 15-foot wide hiking easement trail was duly recorded and dedicated to Pima County many years ago when the subdivision was platted. This is the only area that hikers are allowed to legally traverse on their way to the Coronado National Forrest. Again, if you should observe anyone trespassing on Sin Vacas property, please contact the Pima County Sheriff’s Department.

Thank you – HBS Management Solutions

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