Welcome to Solara Lofts

Manager’s Messages

Do Not Dump Large Items Down Trash Chute

We would like to kindly remind everyone about trash & cardboard box disposal. There was an incident this weekend where a resident caused a gigantic trash chute backup when they stuffed the shoot full with large pieces of furniture and other articles. One of the chairs stuffed down the trash chute was not even taken apart, the entire thing stuffed down the shoot, which backed up the trash chute several floors high. In addition to the chairs, broken up furniture pieces, and other unauthorized articles stuffed down the shoot, there was a large door just left in the trash room – which is also against Solara Lofts rules.

We know nobody likes a clogged trash chute that stops working – so let’s all do our part and follow these simple rules:

  1. Do not put any boxes down the trash chute
  2. Break down boxes and dispose of broken down, flattened boxes in the trash room or in the recycling bins inside the garage
  3. Follow the rule of thumb: if it’s larger than a 2L soda bottle, take it down the trash room for disposal
  4. Seal all trash before throwing it down the trash chute
  5. Large items such as mattresses, appliances, and furniture should NOT be left in the trash room or in common areas
  6. Please call a junk or waste servicer for bulk item disposal for any large items

Resources for bulk item disposal

  • Container Management Group 866-549-5310
  • Green Earth San Diego 805-490-1298
  • Impact Junk Removal 619-393-6265

New Community Manager

Dear Solara Lofts Community,

This is to inform you of your new Community Manager, Justine Poulton. Justine’s information below and will be updated on site as well.

Justine Poulton

jpoulton@actionlife.com

800-400-2284

Community Projects – Coming Soon

As winter season ended and we go into Spring 2021, here are some upcoming community projects that are on the schedule for Solara this year.

Roofing Project
This project is currently anticipated to start in June/July 2021. Cornerstone will be the project manager overseeing this large-scale project. More details and information to come in the next few months.

Security Upgrades
The Security Committee has been working tirelessly in evaluating the security concerns for the building, creating a scope of work for security upgrades, and interviewing vendors to provide feedback to the Board of Directors on how to proceed. Coming up this year will be upgrades to the security system, such as the cameras and access system. More details and information to come once a proposal has been approved!

Get Involved! – Run for the Board

Good day to the members of Solara Lofts!

The Annual Election for the Board of Directors at Solara Lofts Owners Association will take place in September 2020. In preparation for the upcoming election, the association is looking for potential candidates. If you are interested in becoming more involved in the community by serving on the Board of Directors, please complete and submit a Candidate Statement form to Management. Check your mail in the coming weeks for a Candidate Request Form and submit your Candidate Statement by August 3, 2020. We hope to hear from you soon!

As always, stay safe and be well.

Location

1551 Fourth Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101

Management Team

Community Manager
Justine Poulton | jpoulton@actionlife.com

Manager Assistant
Kaysia Stewart| kstewart@actionlife.com

Building Engineer
Edward Orozco, Action Engineering
Monday through Friday

Management Company

Action Property Management
www.actionlife.com
Regional Office
1133 Columbia Street, Suite 106
San Diego, CA 92101
phone | (949) 450-0202