The Covenant had quite an eventful month!
We had the highest voter turnout in the history of the Ranch. While democracy may not be thriving elsewhere in the country, it is alive and well here in our backyard!
Let's join together and support the entire Board as our three new and highly qualified representatives (remember they are volunteers!) begin the tough and time-consuming task of making our Ranch a better place. Congratulations to Janet Danola, Allen Finkelson, and Ken Markstein!
In other news, the Santa Fe Irrigation District rescinded level 3 water-use restrictions and the RSF Association, in partnership with Hotwire Communications, is about to launch its community outreach program to bring the fastest Internet in the world to the Ranch on a network that we own and control ourselves.
Read all about it and more in this month’s newsletter.
P.S. - There are many exciting summer events happening in July and August. Be sure to check out the RSF Post’s events page.
Janet Danola, Allen Finkelson, and Ken Markstein have been elected to serve as RSF Association Board of Directors replacing Heather Slosar, Philip Wilkinson, and Jerry Yahr.
Local real estate advisors, like Jason Barry of Barry Estates, have estimated that home values will rise between 5% and 10% upon installation of the network.
The Santa Fe Irrigation District rescinded its level 3 water-use restrictions in June. Find out what this means for RSF residents.
After nearly eight years of volunteering for the Association, I feel that it is time to devote myself to other personal and philanthropic interests.
With a full room at the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club, the RSF Association’s new Board of Directors led the first meeting of their new term.
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