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REPORTING A SUSPICIOUS PERSON OR VEHICLE

- NEVER HESITATE TO CALL IN A SUSPICIOUS PERSON OR SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE

- A SUSPICIOUS PERSON OR VEHICLE IS ONE THAT IS SUSPICIOUS TO YOU!

- WRITE DOWN ANY DESCRIPTION OF THE PERSON OR VEHICLE SO THAT IT WILL
     STAY CLEAR IN YOUR MIND.

- ON A SUSPICIOUS PERSON, IF POSSIBLE (WITHOUT PUTTING YOURSELF IN
     DANGER), NOTE THE FOLLOWING:

1.       RACE

2.       SEX.

3.       APPROXIMATE AGE.

4.       APPROXIMATE HEIGHT, WEIGHT AND BUILD.

5.       ANY FACIAL HAIR.

6.       ANY SCARS, TATTOOS, OR OTHER SUCH MARKINGS.

7.       ARE THEY WEARING A HAT?

8.       WHAT TYPE OF CLOTHING DO THEY HAVE ON?

9.       HAIR COLOR, LENGTH AND STYLE.

10.   TYPE OF SHOES.

11.   GLASSES?

12.   COLOR OF EYES?

- ON A SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE, IF POSSIBLE (WITHOUT PUTTING YOURSELF IN
      DANGER), NOTE THE FOLLOWING:

1.       COLOR.

2.       2-DOOR/4-DOOR.

3.       MODEL AND STYLE.

4.       VINYL ROOF?

5.       PRIMER SPOTS?

6.       LICENSE PLATE NUMBER, STATE.

7.       FANCY WHEELS.

8.       ANYTHING HANGING FROM THE MIRROR.

9.       OCCUPANTS-NUMBER AND DESCRIPTION.

10.   DIRECTION OF TRAVEL, IF IT LEAVES THE AREA.

11.   ANY OTHER OUTSTANDING MARKS, DENTS, ETC.

12.   LOUD NOISES-LOUD MUFFLER.

- IF ITíS SUSPICIOUS TO YOU, CALL IT IN. IT IS BETTER TO HAVE IT TURN OUT TO BE
     NOTHING, RATHER THAN NO CALL AT ALL OR RECEIVED TOO LATE.

 

 

 

 

 

Annual Membership Meeting and Elections

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Saturday, September 22, 2012, 10:00 AM
at The Clubhouse



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

January 11, 2003

TO: Members of CWPOA.

FROM: Bob Begley and OJ Hefner.

The below information is a result of Mr. Hefner asking the Board to address the Mosquito problem in Cascadel. We gathered information for the homeowners to assist in abating Mosquito's.

Madera County will not provide any direct service to this area, as they are not funded for this part of Madera County. They did provide information to us that will be available at the office of the clubhouse. They recommended that we not use any chemicals unless applied by a person certified to use them. Mr. Hefner recommended that if you have trees with holes they should be filled with sand to eliminate any standing water. The material provided identifies numerous sources and methods to eliminate or reduce the standing water, which will abate the Mosquito. Information is also available from CDC on West Nile Virus. For those with computer access our web master has provided a link on our web page with much more information.

The Association has road sand available to homeowners who need it for Mosquito abatement. The sand is located on Cascadel Drive just past the bridge near the Clubhouse. For those who have small holes in trees, beach sand is recommended to fill in those areas.

We hope this is of some value to you and your families. Please come to the office and ask Cindy to make copies of information you want.

Bob Begley and OJ Hefner.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CASCADEL FIRE SAFETY COMMITTEE


Remember fire safety isn't just for summertime. Be sure to check your wood stoves and fireplaces for cracks and a dirty flue. Put ashes in a metal bucket when cleaning and, when fully extinguished, dump in a clear area.



At the September 9, 2002 meeting, the Board closed the Burn Pile.

Later this year the Association will clean up the remainder of the pile. We will need some volunteers to assist the Fire Committee to clean it up. Volunteers can contact the Cascadel Office and leave their name and number so, when the clean up is planned, someone can contact them.

If you have any suggestions or questions, call Bob Buckles at

877-3772. or Brian Curtis - 877-4379

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