Monthly Archives: April 2013

Harold’s scheduling recalculation

Since we still don’t have an update beyond the 920s (which are beginning demo of courtyard tiles this week, and getting scaffolding starting next week of May 6), I did a back-calculation under the following assumptions:1. There are 5 clusters … Continue reading

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Apr. 30 Construction Meeting notes

Harold, Dorothy and Bob met from 11:13am to 12:35. Progress Report: The scaffolding is coming down in cluster 1. Final adjustments are being made to the double doors, so that the deadbolts line up properly, and the jam bolts seat … Continue reading

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Blocked weep screeds

Harry, this is what I understand from your comment thread on the 4/16 meeting notes: The weep screeds force moisture inside the exterior walls, whether from interior humidity or exterior penetration, to drain out away from the foundation. However, the … Continue reading

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Apr. 16 Construction Meeting notes

Tuesday, April 16, 2013, 11am, Construction Trailer Harold, Dorothy and Bob met from 11:15am to 12 noon. Stucco color: The new ochre color is being applied today (4/16). We need to wait until it dries before we can tell how … Continue reading

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Apr. 13 Town Hall Meeting Notes

Town Hall Meeting Saturday, April 13, 2013, 9:30-11am, UCSB Building 594 Notes by Harold Marcuse 31 homeowners representing about 24 homes met with Bart Mendel and Bob Landegger from Stonemark. Maggie (905) and Michael Berry (921) are new residents who … Continue reading

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Does not painting new windows save money?

This is a moot point now, but for the record, the email discussion of blue vs. white continued: Tuesday 4/10, 9pm Dear all I recently spoke to Matt from the window company that some residents are using for replacement of … Continue reading

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Blue or White windows and doors?

Dear Homeowners: Here’s another choice for you, and, of course, we need an immediate response. Hi ho! The question is about windows/doors. First let me define terms and set the table. A window/door has an INTERIOR side. That’s the side … Continue reading

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