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Message From the General Manager for April 2018
 
amyLarge Scale Certification
I’m excited to report that I have completed all of the requirements to obtain my Large Scale certification through CACM©. One of the requirements to obtain the Large Scale Certification was to attend a class at a large scale community. This experience was eye opening. The association was located in Palm Desert and had approximately seven thousand properties in their association. I confirmed that our community amenities are unique and the participants were amazed at how reasonable our assessments are compared to similar communities. My goal is to continue to grow as your general manager and learn as much as possible to ensure I exceed your expectations as homeowners. 
 
Committees
Are you interested in volunteering and making a difference in your community?  Please see “Committees” under the Association tab on our website for the schedule of committee meeting dates:
 
Rentals in SVL
Our code enforcement team is focusing on documenting rental properties in Spring Valley Lake. Our goal is to have a reliable count of how many properties are owner-occupied, rentals and vacation homes. We are putting together a procedure to help keep this practice consistent. We also would like to remind landlords to be sure you are abiding by the following rules:
 
1. GENERAL
 
1.21.  A Spring Valley Lake Association Crime-Free Lease ("Addendum") shall be executed between all SVLA property owners and their tenants who reside in any property located within the Spring Valley Lake community and shall be incorporated into their lease agreement. A copy of the Addendum shall also be provided to the SVLA office within thirty (30) days of any status changes to the rental property.
 
1.22.  SVLA property owners operating a rental property in the unincorporated portion of SVL shall have a valid, unexpired, unrevoked San Bernardino County Rental Dwelling Unit License on file with SVLA at all times in accordance with Chapter 25 Section 41.2501 of the San Bernardino County Code.

1.23.  SVLA property owners operating a rental property in the Town of Apple Valley Equestrian Estates shall have a valid, unexpired, unrevoked Property Maintenance Inspection (PMI) certificate on file with SVLA at all times in accordance with Municipal Code Chapter 8.34 of the Apple Valley Municipal Code.
 
Al Logan,
General Manager
 
 

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