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 Sto flexyl coating is being wrapped around the the horizontal joint where the stucco ends, which–since we don’t know how permeable it is–may prevent or slow the dissipation of moisture to a sufficient extent to cause mold or rot in the walls. Additionally, we have at least one layer of impermeable elastomeric paint on non-replaced screeds, over which the Sto is being applied, exacerbating this situation. Vanderslice could not assure you that these coatings have sufficient permeability to allow any trapped moisture to escape in a let me say timely way.
You are suggesting that the Sto applicator NOT wrap the flexyl around the edge of the weep screed, but rather end it ever so slightly above that joint. Indeed, maybe someone should also remove the old elastomeric paint along that line as well.
(I’m thinking “blocked” weep screed isn’t a good term, but “sealed” might be more precise.)
Do I have that right?