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Monthly meeting on Thursday 6/11 is cancelled.
Tony and I had a teleconference call (6.9.20) with Mary and Antonio.
Items that were discussed:
•Pool project. After the concrete decking was removed, the county inspectors noticed that the plumbing was too small in diameter and the piping was not buried deep enough. You must remember that this forty year old pool that must be brought to updated 2020 standards.These items were noticed and will add approximately one to one and a half weeks to the project. The new completion date is now around mid August.
•Security patrol. The patrol is now back to it’s regular schedule.
•July will be starting the homesite inspections.
•Roads are to be slurry sealed and the RV area will hopefully start in mid July.
We hope to be back to our regular meeting schedule in July.
Be safe everyone
San Vicente Homeowners Association
Photos by John Wiley 5/27 & 6/10/2020 (click to enlarge):
Here’s a March 18, 2020 “over the fence” view of the pumphouse tank construction (click on it to enlarge), updating the view posted 12/29/2019. The two concrete tanks both have roofs with access points, the earth is filled in around them again, and the remaining area formerly used for the ponds is level. What will be going in there?
The April 2018 DPG Pancake Breakfast was a great success with food, fun and funding. The only photo I have is this – most of the volunteer crew that put it all together, so if you have more photos or information please share.
Thanks to all for a great time in service of our community.
This afternoon we flew past SV and snapped pix of the drainage area above San Vicente. Here’s a wide shot.
Our main drainage is the small creek running up the center slightly toward the right. The main drainage from the mountains runs to the left behind the top of that first low hill of the San Marcos Foothills open space. In a major flood that’s where the vast majority of runoff would go. Even if SM Foothills was burnt bare, any debris flow would be relatively minor here at SV.
You can also see the smaller channel that drains to Cathedral Oaks from the left side of the pic. Also potential for flow down 154 that would collect below the overpass. All that water drains through the culvert that feeds the channel through our open space. In a major flood that would overflow and/or get plugged by debris so the water would then spread out and head downhill, probably mostly along roads as it spread out beneath the overpass.
A closer look shows how our main creek leads down to the Foothill/154 underpass.
There, in event of an overflow at the inlet to our culvert, the electrical substation might be impacted. That whole area would flood, and eventually some might enter SV and/or begin to flow to the left on Cathedral Oaks and/or right on Foothill. This seems to match the small SV flood risk areas on the map published here related to the 2015 El Nino prep meeting (click to view). Some of our streets might flow with water and Rancho next door might be more impacted in such an event.
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San Vicente became “Pole Land” today as a tall crane lifted new power poles into place, and residents came out to “supervise.” We’d been notified that power would be off all day, but the crews seemed able to work while keeping it (mostly) on.