Social Survey Results

Thirty-seven LCDH1 residents responded to the Social/Hospitality Committee Survey. THANK YOU!

You can review the results by clicking on this link to see the report: About Social Opportunities – report

What you said:

  • 73% felt that it was either important or essential that we continue to create and facilitate opportunities to get together
  • the majority (56%) felt that once a month was about right
  • when thinking about past social events/gatherings, there is continuing interest in WOWs, home BBQs, a Music Fest, and the Ice Cream Social – less for Ladies Coffee, Game Nights, Dinner Evenings or Singles Gatherings.
  • While several respondents felt that we should leave WOW as it is, there was interest in experimenting with other days of the week, earlier times in the winter months (to avoid dark), occasional themes, occasional music, declaring it a PFZ (politics free zone, and/or renaming to deemphasize wine.
  • There was overwhelming support for a Block BBQ in the Spring – 67% thought it was a great idea, only one person selected the ‘not interested’ option.
  • The report contains many suggestions about new types of gatherings and how to improve the WOW experience.  Enjoy the read!

 

Social/Hospitality Committee Survey

Your Social/Hospitality Committee, chaired by Arliene StremmingSocial Committee 2018 needs your feedback and suggestions as we plan for another year of gatherings in LCDH1.  This survey will only take you about 5 minutes to complete, but will save the Committee hours of guessing.

If you have a neighbor who is not online regularly, please consider inviting them in for a coffee to use your online expertise and provide their input.

Please try to have your responses back before the New Year.  Everyone in your household is invited to complete the survey at their convenience.

THANK YOU in advance for your participation! JUST CLICK ON THIS SENTENCE TO ACCESS THE SURVEY.

All you want to know about GREEN ASPHALT

Jon Otto and his road team have been looking into the possibility of a better surface for our roads.  In mid-April four of our residents made a road trip to see examples of Green Asphalt as installed by Tucson Asphalt Contractors.  Jon has prepared a summary that is so good, complete with pictures, that it might have saved three of them the effort – it’s been added to the website for everyone to have a look at.  Just click here: GreenAsphaltTrip_2018_04_13

 

February Newsletter now available!

Click here to see the February Newsletter – Newsletter  The Newsletter includes an overview of the Annual Meeting held earlier this month with a link to see the full minutes – Annual Meeting Agenda 2018

For those who did not attend the meeting, it is worth reviewing the portion of the minutes presented by Greg Knowles, containing a wealth of information about how to live well, safely and ‘in harmony’ in our community: related to speed, dogs and their droppings, wandering cats, common area trimming, RV rules, laundry, the perils of bird feeding, snakes, The Little Free Library, cockroaches, old electric boxes, and water/sewer line insurance.