Before you know it, our elections for OCA Board of Directors will be here. If you would like to be a candidate, you will need to fill out the “Intent to Run” form to become a candidate. When we receive the form from our office, we will post it here under FORMS. There will be a morning coffee hour, a Saturday candidate forum, OCA-TV will have interviews with each candidate, and there will be a social event to meet and interact with candidates. Ballots will be send to owners in mid February and your ballot can be handed in or mailed in.
If you know that something is not right in your neighborhood, of course talking with a neighbor to resolve issues is the best first step, but for things that cannot be personally resolved, you can use our Compliance Form for things such as underage residents, inappropriate parking, repeated before/after-hour disturbances. Print a compliance form, fill out the information, and deliver it to the office. The office wants you to completely fill out the form, but you can also ask for help with it at the office.
Click on the link below to read the proposed Root Policy. Our Board of Directors will vote on this policy after a minimum of a 30 day review and comment period (October Board Meeting). Comments can be sent to the office at email@example.com.
Click here –> PROPOSED ROOT POLICY
Chair Meditation meets every Monday morning at 10 AM in the Billiards Room of the Clubhouse complex. Come join us!
- Reduce Stress!
- Decrease Anxiety!
- Improve cardiovascular health!
- Increase capacity for relaxation
Contact Hania (Hanna Barbara, MA Holistic Practitioner) at 760.944.8417 for more information and signup.
Please note the July Finance Committee meeting will be held at 1pm on Tuesday, July 18, in the Administrative Office Conference Room. Subsequent meetings will be held at the usual place and time, third Mondays, 9:30am in the Clubhouse Card Room.
Show your creativity at Oceana’s October 15 Art Show. This year’s show promises to be at least as successful as prior ones.
Nielsine Archibald: 760 730 5446
Pat Christie: 760 405 3133
The Minutes and Agenda for the Board of Director General Session and Agenda for the Executive Session are now online! Minutes and Agendas are posted as soon as they are available. Click on the relevant link on the right side sidebar of most of our web pages, or use the menu to navigate to About US/Board of Directors, or click here.
OSERT is taking a Summer break. There will be no meetings in June or July. OSERT will, of course, respond if there is an emergency event. Our next meeting will be August 16, 2017 at which time we will plan training and educational events for Oceana residents. We will continue to meet in the Computer Center, but the time for the meetings has changed to 6:30 p.m. Please join us. Bring your questions and ideas. Everyone is welcome. For info, contact us at 760-712-2737 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enjoy the summer, and be safe.
To learn what OSERT is all about, click here.
Starting in June the computer room will be open from 5:00pm to 7:30 pm on Wednesdays only .THIS WILL BE ON A TRIAL BASIS .
More details coming soon.
Here comes a new kind of activity for OCA Residents!
Trips to local events with transportation provided, but not too far away. Each trip will have a price and a sign up timeline announced later, but we know the events that are coming this summer.
May 7: The Lion King movie (signup is now closed)
June 7: Myrtle Creek Botanical Gardens & Nursery in Fallbrook, 10:15-3:30
Late July: West Side Story at Star Theatre $15 in advance
September 22: A Day at the Bernardo Winery & Farmers’ Market. 9:00-3:00
April 27, May 4 and May 11th are the dates to mark your calendar. The OCA Paint Sub-Committee is meeting those days at 6:30 pm in the Clubhouse to choose a color pallet for Unit 4. Everyone is invited and your input is valuable to the selection process. Please come and join in the process.
On Mondays at 1:00pm we play chair volleyball in the clubhouse. We are always looking for more players. It’s a lot of FUN and it is Easy to play . So come on over and check us out.
Sorry movie fans the movie nights are on hold until if and when the copyright and license issues are resolved .
Click on the link below to get documents for Oceanside Community Association.
Welcome to Hilltop Highlights Online!
You can now access Highlights, including events, movies, committees news, and Board Minutes right here every month. For those who like to keep records, the Highlights are in a pdf format and can be saved on your personal computer. (You can find the calendar in the Calendar tab.)
Starting August 1,2016, Governing Documents will be available round the clock from HomeWiseDocs.com. You can go to www.homewisedocs.com and select Sign In to register to use the site. The notification letter from the Board of Directors is given below and has more information.
This Oceanside publication is directed to the general public. None of the information in it changes any of our Board Approved Governing Documents. There are no recent changes in our governing documents regarding water usage, including the prohibition of washing cars.
Chair volleyball is a low impact fun game that is played in the clubhouse on Mondays at 1 pm till 2 pm. Come on over and have some FUN!
Pickleball meets every Monday in the auditorium at 3pm, and every Tuesday at 9:30am. Visit the Pickleball page for ongoing information.
The 2016-2017 Board of Directors are Tom Trompeter, President, Mike Faulkner, Vice President, Dan Pursell, Secretary, Joan Jeffrey, Director, Lynn Port,Director, and Charlie Wendt, Director. Congrats to All.
We are looking for volunteers to assist our current Safety Committee to patrol the community, check common area buildings to assure they are locked, and discourage solicitors and non-residents from roaming our grounds.
If you can offer a few hours of your time each week to help with these activities or if you have questions about these tasks, please call John Webster at 760-966-1868 or email him at email@example.com.
Don’t forget every Thursday at 9:00 A.M. be at the club house for the “Greet and Meet”. You’ll get to know some of your neighbors and have some Coffee and Pastries .50 cent each.