Welcome to Sapphire!

Friday Update - February 15, 2019

Management Office Closure

The Management Office will be closed on Monday, February 18, in observance of the President’s Day holiday. During this time, the front desk staff will be available to assist you with any immediate requests. All other inquiries will be addressed by Management starting Tuesday, February 19. Thank you and have a great holiday weekend!

Strong Weather Notice

The upcoming weather is expected to bring heavy rain and strong winds! In efforts to prevent as much damage as possible, below are a few tips to prepare for the weather to come:

¨ Please use caution when entering the lobby on foot as there may be sandbags in place and the lobby floor may also be wet.

¨ When entering or exiting the garage, please avoid hitting the sandbags so they do not become damaged.

¨ Remove all items from your balcony and decks that could potentially blow off with the strong winds.

¨ If you have a lower level deck, please make sure that the drains are clear of debris.

¨ Make sure all windows and balcony doors are shut and secure.

¨ Check all window frames and balcony doors for water intrusion. If you have water intrusion present, please photograph the issue and email Management.

Please contact the front desk if you have any urgent matters to report. Otherwise, please contact the Management Office during business hours if you have any questions or concerns.

Staff Departure—Kamaya Marlow

It comes with mixed emotions that I inform you that front desk staff member, Kamaya Marlow, will be leaving Sapphire to pursue new career opportunities! Kamaya has been a pleasure to work with and a great part of the Sapphire team for quite some time and will be missed! Kamaya’s last day will be Saturday, February 16th! Please stop by the front desk to wish him the best on all his future endeavors!

Replacement LED Lighting Option

A fellow resident and board member has identified an LED lightbulb that can be used as an alternative to the incandescent lightbulbs standardly used in the can lights located within some residential units. The model of the LED bulb is 5W LED STICK PL BULB made by SilverLite and it is sold in 2-pack boxes. Please see Management for further information.

Fire System Reminders

As a courtesy, Management would like to remind all residents who wish to paint the interior of their units that under no circumstances should you or your contractors paint any part of the fire sprinkler system, which includes the sprinkler head itself. Painting or alterations of any sort to the fire sprinkler system can prevent the system from activating in the event of an emergency. Your neighbors and the Association thank you for your cooperation with this matter!

Resident’s Corner

*BOARD MEETING NOTICE—The next Board meeting has been scheduled for Monday, February 25, 2019, at 5:00 p.m. in the second floor Clubroom. All owners are encouraged to attend. We hope to see you there!

*BOOK CLUB—The Sapphire Book Club will be meeting in the clubroom on Tuesday, March 12, at 12:30 p.m. to discuss March’s book selection, “Becoming” by Michelle Obama. Bring your snack/lunch to enjoy!

*BUILDING SCHEDULE—Please see the building schedule posted in the mailroom for information on events taking place throughout Sapphire. Please contact the Manager Assistant, Jazmin Seaton, via email at jseaton@actionlife.com for all elevator, Clubroom and contractor scheduling requests.

*Upcoming Events:

¨ Saturday, February 16—Sunday, March 3   “Familiar” at The Old Globe in Balboa Park | (619) 234-5623 | www.theoldglobe.org

¨ Saturday, February 16—Sunday, March 10   “Tiny Beautiful Things” at The Old Globe in Balboa Park | (619) 234-5623 | www.theoldglobe.org

¨ Saturday, February 16, 9:30 a.m.   Let’s Talk Architecture, Friends of San Diego Architecture lecture at the New School of Architecture & Design | 1249 F Street | (619) 225-8584 | www.friendsfsdarch.com

¨ Saturday, February 16, 10:30 a.m.   Culinary Historians of San Diego at San Diego Central Library | www.culinaryhistoriansofsandiego.com/

¨ Wednesday, February 20, 6:30 p.m.   Cooking class at Jimbo’s Horton Plaza | www.jimbos.com

¨ Wednesday, February 20 — Sunday, March 3   “Aladdin” at the Civic Theatre | (619) 564-3011 | (619) 570-1100 | www.broadwaysd.com

¨ Thursday , February 21 — Sunday, March 24   Hershey Felder: Beethoven at Lyceum Stage in Horton Plaza | (619) 544-1000 | www.sdrep.org

¨ Friday, February 22, 7 p.m.   Critical Mass Bicycle Ride, starting at large fountain in Balboa Park | www.sdcriticalmass.com

¨ Please check http://www.discoversd.com/events/#/92101-san-diego/all/today or http://www.sandiegoreader.com/events/# or http://www.sandiego.org/events.aspx for additional events in San Diego.

*Do you have any ideas or information you would like to share? Please contact the Management office or speak with the front desk regarding upcoming community events you would like us to include.


Friday Update - February 8, 2019

Staff Departure—Kamaya Marlow

It comes with mixed emotions that I inform you that front desk staff member, Kamaya Marlow, will be leaving Sapphire to pursue new career opportunities! Kamaya has been a pleasure to work with and a great part of the Sapphire team for quite some time and will be missed! Kamaya’s last day will be Saturday, February 16th! Please stop by the front desk to wish him the best on all his future endeavors!

A Message from the Neighborhood Committee

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has released their preliminary health analysis for ocean going vessels at berth. This document also includes the  cruise ships docked at the Embarcadero. CARB wishes to enforce stricter emission controls on these ships sooner than originally planned and have requested that residents in the surrounding areas place public comments no later than Friday, February 15, 2019 by visiting https://www.arb.ca.gov/ports/shorepower/shorepower.htm?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery. The report shows a significant reduction to our health risks if stricter emission controls for diesel exhaust fumes are implemented. Note that the San Diego numbers are extrapolated due to the downtown area not having a monitoring station! However, less emissions from toxic diesel exhaust fumes are still in our best interest. If you wish to comment, please see the attached instructions and suggested draft message to leave a public comment.

Resident Guests Reminders

Management would like to remind all residents that guests must be accompanied by residents at all times when in the common areas. This includes, but is not limited to: accessing the garage, the fitness center, club room, BBQ area, and the pool and spa deck. Please contact management with any questions or concerns you may have. Thank you!

Fire System Reminders

As a courtesy, Management would like to remind all residents who wish to paint the interior of their units that under no circumstances should you or your contractors paint any part of the fire sprinkler system, which includes the sprinkler head itself. Painting or alterations of any sort to the fire sprinkler system can prevent the system from activating in the event of an emergency. Your neighbors and the Association thank you for your cooperation with this matter!

Garage Reminder—Car Idling  

In the event that you need to idle your vehicle, Management requests that you remove your vehicle from the garage into an open air space. Removing your vehicle to an open air space helps prevent excessive toxic fumes from accumulating and lingering in the parking garage.

Recycling Reminders

As a courtesy to your neighbors and the housekeeping staff, it is important to remember to break down all large recyclable materials and it’s preferred that all large items be thrown away in the trash room located on P-1. Also, when disposing of any recycling, please be sure to clean out food debris left inside. Lastly, please make sure that you bag all glass prior to disposal, as glass can be a safety hazard for others. These steps are simple and are crucial in helping the staff, as well as preventing problems with the trash chute. Please see Management for a copy of the recycle chart which indicate items that can and cannot be recycled. If you have any questions, please contact the Management Office during business hours. Thank you!

Resident’s Corner

*BOARD MEETING NOTICE—The next Board meeting has been scheduled for Monday, February 25, 2019, at 5:00 p.m. in the second floor Clubroom. All owners are encouraged to attend. We hope to see you there!

*BUILDING SCHEDULE—Please see Building Schedule posted in the mailroom for information on events taking place throughout Sapphire. Please contact the Manager Assistant, Jazmin Seaton, via email at jseaton@actionlife.com for all elevator, Clubroom and contractor scheduling requests.

*Upcoming Events:

¨ Saturday, February 9—Sunday, March 3   “Familiar” at The Old Globe in Balboa Park | (619) 234-5623 | www.theoldglobe.org

¨ Saturday, February 9—Sunday, March 10   “Tiny Beautiful Things” at The Old Globe in Balboa Park | (619) 234-5623 | www.theoldglobe.org

¨ Please check http://www.discoversd.com/events/#/92101-san-diego/all/today or http://www.sandiegoreader.com/events/# or http://www.sandiego.org/events.aspx for additional events in San Diego.

*Do you have any ideas or information you would like to share? Please contact the Management office or speak with the front desk regarding upcoming community events you would like us to include.


Friday Update - February 1, 2019

Annual Elevator Testing

Beginning Wednesday, February 6, through Friday, February 8, the Association’s elevator vendor, ThyssenKrupp, will be onsite to conduct repairs and testing required by the State Elevator Inspector.

On Wednesday, February 6, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., ThyssenKrupp will conduct the elevator recall test which will place both elevators out of service for approximately 20 minutes. 

On Thursday, February 7, and Friday, February 8, ThyssenKrupp will complete required adjustments and calibration assigned to both elevators by the State inspector. During this time, each elevator will be tested separately for a period of approximately four (4) hours.

Please plan accordingly as there will be delays in elevator use and response times while the tests are being conducted on the dates referenced above. We appreciate your patience and understanding while these tests and repairs are being completed.

Strong Weather Notice

The upcoming weather is expected to bring heavy rain and strong winds! In efforts to prevent as much damage as possible, below are a few tips to prepare for the weather to come:

¨ Please use caution when entering the lobby on foot as there are sandbags in place and the lobby floor may also be wet.

¨ When entering or exiting the garage, please avoid hitting the sandbags so they do not become damaged.

¨ Remove all items from your balcony and decks that could potentially blow off with the strong winds.

¨ If you have a lower level deck, please make sure that the drains are clear of debris.

¨ Make sure all windows and balcony doors are shut and secure.

¨ Check all window frames and balcony doors for water intrusion. If you have water intrusion present, please photograph the issue and email Management.

Please contact the front desk if you have any urgent matters to report. Otherwise, please contact the Management Office during business hours if you have any questions or concerns. 

Surveillance System Update

The Association’s security vendor has completed the new updates to Sapphire’s surveillance system! Please note that there is a new camera on the northwest end of the second floor hallway and another at the emergency exit stairwell located on the south end of the pool deck. These new updates provide better resolution and provide more memory!

Fire System Reminders

As a courtesy, Management would like to remind all residents who wish to paint the interior of their units that under no circumstances should you or your contractors paint any part of the fire sprinkler system, which includes the sprinkler head itself. Painting or alterations of any sort to the fire sprinkler system can prevent the system from activating in the event of an emergency. Your neighbors and the Association thank you for your cooperation with this matter!

Garage Reminder—Car Idling        

In the event that you need to idle your vehicle, Management requests that you remove your vehicle from the garage into an open air space. Removing your vehicle to an open air space helps prevent excessive toxic fumes from accumulating and lingering in the parking garage.

Amtrak & Coaster Reminders

NCTD has requested that we remind all residents to avoid allowing their pets from relieving themselves on the train tracks, pedestrian crossings, train platforms and surrounding areas as this poses a safety hazard to your pets, a health hazard to the technicians, and at times prevents the technicians from properly assessing the trains. Your community and NCTD thank you for your assistance with this matter!

Recycling

As a courtesy to your neighbors and the housekeeping staff, it is important to remember to break down all large recyclable materials and it’s preferred that all large items be thrown away in the trash room located on P-1. Also, when disposing of any recycling, please be sure to clean out food debris left inside. Lastly, please make sure that you bag all glass prior to disposal, as glass can be a safety hazard for others. These steps are simple and are crucial in helping the staff, as well as preventing problems with the trash chute. Please see Management for a copy of the recycling charts which lists items that can and cannot be recycled. Contact the Management Office during business hours with any questions you may have. Thank you!

Resident’s Corner

*BOARD MEETING NOTICE—The next Board meeting has been scheduled for Monday, February 25, 2019, at 5:00 p.m. in the second floor Clubroom. All owners are encouraged to attend. We hope to see you there!

*SAPPHIRE HAPPY HOUR—The next Happy Hour event for Sapphire residents will be held on Thursday, February 7, from 5:00—7:00 p.m. This casual event gives the membership an opportunity to visit with neighbors. It will be held in the Clubroom/pool area on the second floor. Please B.Y.O.B. and feel free to bring an appetizer or snack to share. Please note that plastic cups are required as no glass is allowed in the pool area. Thank you and we hope to see you there!

*BUILDING SCHEDULE—Please see the building schedule posted in the mailroom for information on events taking place throughout Sapphire. Please contact the Manager Assistant, Jazmin Seaton, via email at jseaton@actionlife.com for all elevator, Clubroom and contractor scheduling requests.

*Upcoming Events:

¨ Saturday, January 26 — Sunday, March 3   “Familiar” will be at The Old Globe in Balboa Park | (619) 234-5623 | www.theoldglobe.org

¨ Saturday, February 2   Save a Heart. Save a Life. 5K will start at the Embarcadero Marina Park South | 200 Marina Park Way | www.epsavealifeorg/5k

¨ Wednesday, February 6, 7 p.m.   “With All Due Respect: Honoring Your Parents” will be at Chabad of Downtown | (619) 289-8770 | www.chabaddowntown.com/rcs

¨ Thursday, February 7, 6 p.m.   Think Dignity (formerly Girls Think Tank) Basic Dignity Coalition will be held at Moniker Warehouse | 705 16th Street (corner G Street) | www.thinkdignity.org/programs

¨ Please check http://www.discoversd.com/events/#/92101-san-diego/all/today or http://www.sandiegoreader.com/events/# or http://www.sandiego.org/events.aspx for additional events in San Diego.

*Do you have any ideas or information you would like to share? Please contact the Management office or speak with the front desk regarding upcoming community events you would like us to include.


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Location

1262 Kettner Blvd
San Diego, CA 92101

Front Desk
phone | (619) 237-8079
mobile | (619) 376-9906

Management Team

General Manager
Greyson Connelly | gconnelly@actionlife.com

After Hours Maintenance Emergency
(800) 400-2284

Management Company

Action Property Management
Regional Office
1133 Columbia Street, Suite 106
San Diego, CA 92101
www.actionlife.com
phone | (800) 400-2284