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Board Meetings

The Board of Directors meets on the first Monday of each month at 6:00 PM in the clubhouse. All homeowners are encouraged to attend monthly Board Meetings. Please refrain from engaging in side conversations as this distracts from the regularly scheduled business of the Board. From time to time the Board may be required to adjourn to an Executive Session meeting. Topics generally discussed during executive session are contractual, legal, and personnel matters. Executive sessions are never intended to exclude residents from meeting participation. The Annual Homeowners Meeting and Election of Board of Directors will be held the first Monday in August. Homeowners are encouraged to participate by attending, returning a secret ballot or by completing a proxy.

Monthly Assessments

Monthly assessments are due to Wells Fargo Bank, via mail, by the close of business on the 15th of each month. For your convenience the Board has also made arrangements for Homeowners to participate in an automatic debit program. Failure to have your assessment paid on time will result in a $10 late fee. Dues more than 60 days delinquent will be released to an attorney and a lien filed against the property. Please do not send your assessment to the Management Company or present your payment to a Wells Fargo Bank teller as this may cause a delay in posting your assessment to your account. Make all checks payable to La Veta Monterey and be sure to include your account number on the check.

Mail all payments to:
Huntington West Properties, Inc.
c/o Pacific Premier Bank
PO Box 512229
Los Angeles, CA 90051-0229

Delinquent & Collection Assessment Policy
The La Veta Monterey Homeowners Association adheres to the following policy:

A. Payments: All payments made to the Association Individual Assessment account will be towards monthly Association Assessments.

B. Late Fees: A $10.00 late charge will be automatically applied to the delinquent homeowners account. A notice will be issued to the delinquent homeowners advising of the imposed enforcement charges and further actions available to the Association to enforce collection in full.

C. Legal action to initiate a lien against the property: A notice will be issued to the delinquent homeowner advising of the action taken and further actions available to the Association. All funds paid by the delinquent homeowner will be issued directly to the attorney for settlement. Any recording fees and charges imposed by an attorney in the collection of delinquent assessments must be paid in full to have all liens released.

D. Legal action to initiate foreclosure proceedings: All expenses related to the collection of the delinquent homeowners fees will be charged directly to the delinquent homeowners by the attorney.

E. Questions: Please refer all questions relating to your account to the Management Company or attorney handling lien proceedings.



For URGENT/EMERGENCY MAINTENANCE (Flooding, sewage, roof collapse, etc.)
Contact: Huntington West Properties @ 714-891-1522
24 hours a day, 7 days a week. After hours, press the number "4" to be connected to an operator.

DIAL 911 if you have a life threatening situation, need fire, medical or police assistance.

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