May 2012 Hatchcover - Watergate Community Association

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May 2012 Hatchcover - Watergate Community Association
WATERGATE
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WATERGATE
COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
8 Captain Drive
Emeryville, CA 94608
OFFICE HOURS
Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
OFFICE PHONE
510-428-0118
OFFICE FAX
510-428-0379
OFFICE EMAIL
[email protected]
WCA WEBSITE
watergatecommunityassociation.com
CLIPPER CLUB
5 Captain Drive
510-654-4040
TENNIS CLUB
2 Captain Drive
510-547-7577
SECURITY
4 Commodore Drive
24-hour phone: 510-772-5005
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
PRESIDENT
Robert C. Blain
VICE-PRESIDENT
Tom Knight
SECRETARY
Neil Straus
TREASURER
Murray Kane
DIRECTORS
Jean Goldman
Lubor Mrazek
Albert Repola
May 2012
HATCHCOVER
A publication of the Watergate Community Association
SAFETY AND RENOVATION PROJECTS CONTINUE
The Common Area Lighting, Alarm, Asbestos Treatment, and Fire Suppression
work will begin in early May 2012 starting at the E Building and continuing to
Buildings E, C, A, D, B, F. It will take an average of 56 days per building and is
expected to take 20 to 30 months to complete all six buildings.
This part of the project is scheduled to begin in the E Building lobbies at 4
Captain, 6 Captain and 8 Captain and move on to the next building. Each lobby
will require the removal of acoustical ceiling material and wall covering.
Benchmark Environmental Engineers will be monitoring the air quality control
while PW Stephens Contractor will conduct the abatement work. There will be
corridor, stairwell and lobby access limitations during construction. Lobbies will
be closed one at a time, for 2 – 4 days. No mail will be delivered for one day,
with partial accessibility to mail boxes the following day. Notices confirming
construction dates will be sent out to building residents and posted in the
building lobbies so residents can plan for alternate access to their unit.
After the lobby work is completed, the next phase of the project will be to move
vertically into the building. Notices will be mailed to owners and residents
approximately 10 days before their scheduled construction date requesting
access to their unit. Gill’s Electric will start on the second floor and move up,
removing the existing corridor light fixtures and replacing them with temporary
lights. PW Stephens will then initiate abatement work next to prepare openings
for the installation of light fixtures, fire sprinklers, pipes and soffit covers, and
fire alarm adjustments and connections. PW Stephens will bore a 2-inch hole
opening above the door of each unit to accommodate a sprinkler head as part
of the fire suppression system. Chubb Fire Alarm will also access the unit to
disconnect the LED box wiring above the entry door.
During this project, there will be construction noise and increased activity in the
common area hallways from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
Benchmark Engineers will be monitoring and documenting air quality in the
corridors after the ceiling and wall penetration work are completed. Mini
enclosures or similar containment may be used in the construction areas and
unit access may be limited during construction hours.
Please continue to have patience and a sense of humor as we work together in
facilitating the ongoing renovations and safety improvements here at
Watergate.
Watergate Community Association is not responsible for misprints, misrepresentation, errors or omissions.
Advertisements placed in the Hatchcover should not be considered an endorsement or recommendation\by this community, its Association, or its representatives.
CLIPPER
CLUB
MOVIES
May 2012
Movies are shown in the Clipper
Club TV room every Tuesday at
3:00 pm and 7:30 pm unless
otherwise noted.
Movies and
popcorn are provided free of
charge courtesy of your Clipper
Club staff. Please be aware that
scheduled movies are subject to availability, and
substitutions may occur.
SWIMMING POOL AND SPA HOURS
May 1: My Week With Marilyn
Michelle Williams / Eddie Redmayne
99 min / R
ATTENTION FORMER DRAMA CLUB MEMBERS
While filming a movie in England, Hollywood icon
Marilyn Monroe slips away with a young Brit for a week
of self-discovery and frivolity. The story that ensues is
based on the real-life memoirs of Colin Clark, once
assistant to Sir Laurence Olivier.
May 8: War Horse
Emily Watson / David Thewlis
146 min / PG-13
Adapted from a novel by Michael Morpurgo, this majestic
World War I drama centers on Devon lad Albert and his
steadfast horse, Joey, whose faithful bond cannot be
shaken - even when Joey is sold to the cavalry and sent
off to France.
May 15: We Bought a Zoo
Cameron Crowe / Matt Damon
124 min / PG
In this adaptation of Benjamin Mee’s memoir about
buying and saving a run-down zoo, the locale shifts from
Britain to southern California. However, the wacky spirit
of the original is retained, complete with escaped tigers
and a zoo crew of misfits.
May 22: Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
Gary Oldman / Kathy Burke
128 min / R
John Le Carré's classic thriller of Cold War espionage
follows an English spy as he returns to MI-6 under a
cloud of suspicion. In the years since he was sacked by
the agency, some suspect he's become an operative for
the Soviet Union.
May 29: The Iron Lady
Meryl Streep / Jim Broadbent
105 min / PG-13
Meryl Streep provides a subtle and nuanced portrait of
Margaret Thatcher, the first female prime minister of
Britain, whose political career and determination
changed the rules that had limited women's
opportunities for leadership.
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The hours for the Clipper Club pool and spa are from
6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. on Sunday through Thursday,
and until 11:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. The Anchor
Club Pool is open from 9:00 a.m. to 9:45 p.m. daily,
unless otherwise posted. Any day that the Clipper Club
pool or spa is out of order, the Anchor Club and Pool will
be opened by Security at 6:00 a.m.
The hours for the B and D Building pools are from 8:00
a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily.
There will be a meeting at the Clipper Club at 7:00 pm
on Sunday, June 24, 2012 to discuss how to
dispense with over $2000 in Drama Club funds. This is
the old Drama Club in which Rolf Tutschek was the main
director. Should the funds be distributed among former
Club members, donated to charity or local theater
groups, or possibly given to the WCA? Come, express
your opinion, and vote. For questions or to RSVP (so
that we can have sufficient refreshments) please call
Russ Bankson at 510-428-2749 or Ray Westergard at
510-653-9220. If you know how to contact former Drama
Club members not currently living at Watergate, please
forward this information to them.
DANCING FOR THE ARTS
Allegro Ballroom – Saturday, May 26, 2012
Allegro Ballroom’s 14th Annual Fundraiser is being held
on Saturday, May 26, 2012. This years gala show and
dance will benefit Emeryville Celebration of the Arts and
Friends of Emeryville Child Development Center. Enjoy
dancing, entertainment and refreshments. Beginners are
welcome! Waltz and Rumba Class / Silent Auction /
Prize Drawings / Taxi Dancers.
Allegro Ballroom is
located at 5855 Christie Avenue in Emeryville. For more
information about this event, visit their website at
allegroballroom.net or call them directly at 510-6552888.
PLEASE DON’T FEED THE ANIMALS!
In an ongoing effort to reduce the raccoon and rodent
population at Watergate, we ask that you please
remember and abide by rule 12 on page 11 of the WCA
Rulebook which states, “Feeding wild or stray animals
(such as birds, geese, squirrels, feral cats, and
raccoons) is prohibited.” Additionally, rule 11 on page
21 of the Rulebook states, “Bird feeders are not
permitted.” Lastly, Pets and Animals page 29 section
6.12 of the Watergate Governing Documents states, “No
animals, livestock, poultry, dogs, birds, parrots or other
household pets of any kind or description shall be raised,
bred, or kept in any Unit or in the Building or Community
Common Area. The exceptions to this policy shall be (1)
guide dogs required for the blind or hearing impaired,
and (2) cats, which shall be maintained within the units,
so long as they shall not constitute a nuisance.”
HAPPY BIRTHDAY,
WATERGATE!
Watergate celebrates it’s
milestone 40th birthday
this month! In May of
1972, B, D an half of E
Buildings were given their
certificate of occupancy.
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RESIDENT REGISTRATION
Since 1975
A recent audit shows that there are 225 residents with
expired ID cards. Having a valid Watergate ID is a
requirement of the community for all residents. You must
have a valid ID card in order to take advantage of the
many amenities here at Watergate, including the use of
the pools, tennis courts, and gym.
Residents can register in the WCA Office Monday
through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. You will
need an registration authorization form signed by your
unit owner or property management company, and $5.00
with the return of your old ID card. If you have lost your
ID card, you will need to pay an additional $25.00 deposit
for a total of $30.00. Tenants and residents residing with
owner must register with the Association every year.
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Owners are also required to have a valid ID card, and
must renew their registration with the Association every
five years. There is no charge for an owner to renew
with the return of the expired card; there is a $5.00
charge for a lost card.
Residents with bikes in the bike room will also need to
renew their bike room registration for $5.00 to assure
their continued use of the room.
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“DRAFT” WCA BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING MINUTES
March 19, 2012
I.
Call to Order. President Robert C. Blain called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Directors present were
Jean Goldman, Tom Knight, Albert Repola and Neil Straus. Murray Kane and Lubor Mrazek were absent.
Also present were General Manager Tim Sutherland, Controller Lisa Trabert, Assistant General Manager
Jeff Kiel and six residents.
II.
Reports/Announcements.
Secretary’s Report. Secretary Straus reported on action taken by the Board of Directors since the
February 27, 2012 Regular Session:
Prior to the regular board meeting, the Board of Directors, Finance Committee and WCA
Management met to review and discuss the 2012/2013 Operation Budget.
Treasurer’s Report. President Blain reported a favorable operating budget variance of $266,761
through 2/29/2012. Blain also reported an operating fund balance of $314,091 and a replacement fund
balance of $6,964,679. The full report is available at the WCA office.
Manager’s Report. General Manager Sutherland reported that the 2012/2013 budget proposal request
calls for a 1% annual assessment increase.
III.
Statements and Requests.
Questions about the use of a hydraulic lift to trim a tree at 8 Admiral, and the desire to have bike racks
available for guests were presented.
IV.
Consent Calendar.
Items Approved by Unanimous General Consent:
February 27, 2012 Regular Session Minutes – As submitted.
General, Auto (Allied) and Umbrella Liability (Great American) -- $61,371/$2118.80/$23,960 in
premiums for $2M/$1M/$25M in coverage.
Master Commercial Property (CIBA) - $270,420 premium for $198,483,222 in coverage.
V.
Old Business.
None.
VI.
New Business. The following items were presented for Board review and consideration:
Board Resolution to Record Three Notices of Delinquent Assessment. Secretary Straus read the
following resolution:
“Resolved, the Board of Directors (“Board”) for Watergate Community Association authorizes
and instructs Allied Trustee Services to Record Three Notices of Delinquent Assessment (“Lien”)
in the full amount of unpaid assessments, late charges, interest and collection fees and costs
against the properties bearing Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 049-1528-250, 049-1528-560, and 0491529-032 as authorized by Civil Code Sections 1367.1 and 1367.4 if such accounts have not been
reinstated by the Notice of Intent to Lien expiration date.” Straus moved, and Knight seconded,
to approve the aforementioned Notices of Delinquent Assessments. The motion to approve was
unanimous.
VII.
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WCA Committees.
Architectural Control. Chair Elizabeth Altieri presented the following:
8 Commodore Drive, 356 - The homeowner has requested approval to install laminate flooring,
removal of the popcorn ceiling texture, replacement of the tiled tub surround, installation of a
pocket door in the wall that separates the vanity sink from the bathroom, unspecific reference to
possible additional lighting and several items that don’t require approval such as: new flooring in
the kitchen and bathroom; replacement-in-kind of toilet, vanity & sink, kitchen cabinets, sink, and
countertops. The office has already given approval for the removal of the popcorn ceiling texture
using a licensed asbestos abatement contractor and installation of laminate flooring. Approval
for additional lighting is not required if the new fixtures are mounted to existing j-boxes, or if the
lighting plugs into an existing wall outlet. With regards to the pocket door, according to the
attached email from the City of Emeryville Building Department, a structural engineer report is
not required for this particular installation due to its location. The committee therefore
recommends that the Board approve the replacement of the tiled tub surround and the
installation of a pocket door in the proposed location with applicable permits from the City of
Emeryville Building Dept. The committee does not recommend approval of any additional
lighting that requires the installation of new ceiling-mounted junction boxes, or new electrical
outlets until such time that the homeowner can provide specific information. Straus moved, and
Knight seconded, to approve the modifications to C356 pending receipt of all necessary
building permits. The motion to approve was unanimous.
VIII.
Upcoming Meetings.
Budget, Regular and Executive Sessions – April 9, 2012, and April 23, 2012
IX.
Meeting adjourned at 7:41 p.m. at which time the Board went into Executive Session.
Respectfully submitted,
/s/ Neil Straus, Secretary
Residents and staff enjoyed a night of good food, good music, and good fun at the St. Patrick’s Day Potluck held at the
Clipper Club on March 17th. Many thanks to the Clipper Club Staff, the members of the band, and Nick Sebastian, who
provided us with his photos of the event!
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BUILDING ACCESS
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Watergate is private property with key access needed for
entry to common hallways. Residents with a programmed
land line can provide access to their guests at the lobby
through the intercom system; residents without this
convenience must meet and escort their guests into the
building. Any other guest, resident or unregistered
contractor requesting access to the building must first check
in with Security and provide valid identification before a
determination is made as to whether they should be granted
access to the common hallways.
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WARM WEATHER REMINDERS
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Noise Complaints: The WCA office receives double and
sometimes triple the number of noise complaints at this time
of year. Due to the construction of the buildings here at
Watergate, voices and/or activity in your unit is often heard
in neighboring units. Please be considerate of your
neighbors when going about your daily routines, especially
during quiet hours (10:00 pm to 8:00 am). Please note that
the WCA office will not send a courtesy notice or a CC&R
violation letter to your neighbor for normal living noises.
Balconies: Please limit the items on your balcony to
approved patio furniture and garden items only. Do not
store unacceptable furniture, bicycles, boxes, cleaning
tools, construction materials, or recycling containers on your
balcony. Hanging pots must be located at least 2 feet
behind balcony railings, and bird feeders of any kind are not
permitted. Barbeques are allowed only when not causing an
unreasonable nuisance to neighbors, and must be
supervised at all times. Lighter fluid or self starting
briquettes are not allowed, and a fire extinguisher must be
available in case of an emergency.
Pools: Pool rules are posted at each pool location and will
be strictly enforced. Be aware that there is no lifeguard on
duty. SWIM AT YOUR OWN RISK. All residents or their
authorized guests must have their valid Watergate I.D.
cards in their possession while in the pool area and must
show their I.D. cards upon request. There is a limit of four
guests per unit in the pool area at a given time. Children
under 14 must be accompanied and supervised by an adult.
There is no swimming or wading in the lagoon or fountain
areas.
May 2012 - Clipper Club Calendar
Monday
Sunday
Clipper Club Gym Hours:
Monday 6:00 a.m to 9:30 am
3:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
6:00 am – 10:00 pm
Friday 6:00 am –11:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday 9:00 am – 10:00 pm
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11:00 am
Toastmasters
6:00 pm
Flower Arranging
7:30 pm
Scrabble Club
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14
11:00 am
Toastmasters
7:30 pm
Scrabble Club
Tuesday
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Wednesday
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TUESDAY MOVIE
3:00 pm and 7:30 pm
“My Week With Marilyn”
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TUESDAY MOVIE
3:00 pm and 7:30 pm
“War Horse”
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Thursday
Friday
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Saturday
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6:30 pm
Tai Chi Practice
10:00 am
Universal Tai Chi Study
11:00 am
Sensing Hands
3:00 pm
"Sugar Blues: Eating
Sugar the Right Way"
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7:00 pm
"Sugar Blues: Eating
Sugar the Right Way"
6:30 pm
Tai Chi Practice
10:00 am
Landscape Committee
10:00 am
Universal Tai Chi Study
11:00 am
Sensing Hands
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TUESDAY MOVIE
3:00 pm and 7:30 pm
“We Bought a Zoo”
6:30 pm
Tai Chi Practice
FOREIGN FILM NIGHT
7:30 pm
Movie to be Announced
10:00 am
Universal Tai Chi Study
11:00 am
Sensing Hands
Reduce
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11:00 am
Toastmasters
6:00 pm
Flower Arranging
7:30 pm
Scrabble Club
7:00 pm WCA Board
of Directors Meeting
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11:00 am
Toastmasters
7:30 pm
Scrabble Club
Clipper Club Open
9:00 am – 6:00 pm
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6:30 pm
Tai Chi Practice
“Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy”
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WCA Office
Closes at 4:30 pm
10:00 am
Universal Tai Chi Study
11:00 am
Sensing Hands
Reuse
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WCA Office Closed
for Memorial Day
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TUESDAY MOVIE
3:00 pm and 7:30 pm
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TUESDAY MOVIE
3:00 pm and 7:30 pm
“The Iron Lady”
6:30 pm
Tai Chi Practice
Residents must present a valid
Watergate ID card to use the gym
Guests must be accompanied by a
registered resident while in the gym area
Recycle
The Clipper Club gym and the package room close at 9:45 pm Sunday through Thursday and at 10:45 pm on Friday
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VEHICLE REGISTRATION
Vehicles belonging to residents and parked on WCA
property MUST have a red parking sticker displayed on
the left rear bumper. This is a requirement of the
community, and is particularly important during this time of
construction when no guest or temporary parking is
available. Your Watergate sticker allows us to identify you
as a Watergate resident, and your vehicle as being
authorized to park on the property. The number on the
sticker provides us with a way to attempt to contact you
should there be a problem.
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You can register your vehicles with the Security
Department 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. You will need
to take your vehicle, your vehicle registration, and your
valid Watergate ID card with you when registering. There is
no charge to register. Stickers must be put onto your
bumper by our staff and are not transferrable.
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INCREASED AUTO BURGLARIES IN EMERYVILLE
The Emeryville Police Department has reported a pattern of
increased auto burglaries throughout the city. Most often
thieves are looking for items in plain view, with laptops
being a favored item, and Ipads, Ipods, Iphones, cell
phones, GPS, and digital cameras also being popular
items. Cars with a visible backpack are especially targeted
because they often carry those items.
The method of operation is generally a smashed window,
with the thieves reaching in and taking the loss. There is no
messy search. The suspects are in and out quickly,
possible traveling from the location in a vehicle.
Most of the burglaries have occurred in the early morning
hours, between 7:00 and 8:00 a.m., and in the early
evening, between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
PROTECT YOUR VEHICLE FROM AUTO THEFT
In the United States a vehicle is stolen every 21 seconds.
Stolen cars, vans, trucks, and motorcycles cost victims time
and money, and increase everyone’s insurance premium.
Stolen vehicles are often used to commit other crimes. The
National Crime Prevention Council offers the following
basic prevention information for protecting your vehicle and
its contents.
Basic Prevention: Never leave your car running or the keys
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in the ignition when you’re away from it, even for a minute.
Always roll up the windows and lock the car, even if it’s in
front of your home or business.
Never leave valuables in plain view, even if your car is
locked. Put them in the trunk or at least out of sight. Buy
radios and CD players that can be removed and locked in
the glove box or trunk.
Park in busy, well-lighted areas,
Carry the registration and insurance card with you. Don’t
leave personal identification documents or credit cards in
your vehicle.
When you pay to park in a lot or garage, leave just the
ignition key with the attendant. Make sure no personal
information is attached. Do the same when you take your
car for repairs.
Add Extra Protection: Install a mechanical locking device –
commonly called a club, a collar, or a j-bar – that locks to
the steering wheel, column, or brake to prevent the wheel
from being turned more than a few degrees. Use it!
Investigate security systems if you drive a car that’s an
attractive target for thieves. This may also provide you with
a discount on your auto insurance.
For more information on safety awareness and protecting
yourself and your vehicle from auto burglary, auto theft, and
carjacking visit the National Crime Prevention Council’s
website at ncpc.org. Don’t become a victim of these
serious crimes!
ZERO TOLERANCE PARKING POLICY
Many residents have questioned the reserved parking spaces posted as
reserved parking on Watergate streets. These spaces are reserved
specifically and only for residents whose assigned garage spaces are
not available during the fire sprinkler installation project. These spaces
are to be considered someone’s assigned garage parking space and are
to be treated as such.
Any vehicle found parked in the designated construction zone and not
clearly displaying a correctly corresponding construction permit will be
towed to make parking available for those residents displaced from their
CC&R prescribed assigned garage parking.
Vehicles will be towed as follows:
Vehicles without any Watergate parking permit or sticker will be towed
off-site to an impound facility.
Vehicles with a Watergate parking sticker will be relocated elsewhere on
the property at the vehicle owner’s expense.
Vehicles with an expired construction zone parking permit will be
relocated elsewhere on the property.
Charges incurred by the Association for the relocation of a vehicle
elsewhere on the property will be passed on to the owner of the unit to
whom the vehicle is registered.
Vehicles parked elsewhere on the property not clearly displaying a valid
Watergate parking sticker are subject to tow at any time and without
warning to an impound facility at the vehicle owner’s expense to make
room for vehicles as outlined above.
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CARPET CLEANING - Highly effective Teri-Towel system, non-toxic,
clean and dry in 1 to 2 hours! $100/hr, $75 minimum, satisfaction
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Contact Debbie Tennell at 510-450-1724.
Advertising size, rate, and discount information is also
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WCA SECURITY ACTIVITY
March 2012
The Watergate Security Department is
dedicated to creating a safe and
welcoming environment for Watergate
and its residents. Security is everyone’s
concern. We depend on you, the
residents of Watergate, to let us know
when you observe a security problem or
situation that may be unsafe. Issues such
as noise complaints and balcony or pet
violations should be reported to the
Security Department directly at 510-4501729. Security can also be contacted 24hours a day at 510-772-5005. In the
event of an urgent police, fire, or medical
emergency, please call 911.
Security Activity
Open Door
Hazard
Citizen Assist
Animal Complaint
Alarm Elevator
Juvenile Complaint
Misc. Investigation
CC&R Violations
Misc. Assignments
Maintenance Reports
Parking Violations
Property Reports
Vehicle Registration
Vehicle Tow
Casualty Reports
Fire
Fire Alarm
Mail Delivery
WCA
EPD
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Crimes Against Property
Burglary-Residential
Burglary-Auto
Burglary-Commercial
Grand Theft
Petty Theft
Robberies
Malicious Mischief
Auto Theft
Recovered Stolen Vehicle
Vehicle Hit and Run
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Crimes Against Persons
Homicides
Battery - Simple Assault
Domestic Disputes
Aggravated Assault
Sexual Assault
Car Jacking
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Emeryville, CA 94608
office (510) 654-8700
fax (510) 652-5674
www.watergatesales.com
DRE #01337170