Community Updates – 4/23/21
Posted By flanglois on April 23, 2021
Trash Chutes – Reminder
Heavy objects, large or large quantities of glass bottles, or boxes, should not be put down the trash chute. Instead, these objects should be taken to the ground level trash and/or recycling rooms located in the garage. Front desk personnel will be glad to unlock the trash room for you. Special arrangements need to be made for the disposal of objects of unusual size or weight, please contact the front desk staff for assistance: firstname.lastname@example.org or (213) 742-0387. Please note that heavy or bulky objects, glass items, etc. thrown down the trash chute can cause injury to building personnel servicing the bins, and can clog the chute adding unnecessary costs to your assessments. Thank you!
The SPBID is continuing outdoor performances at South Park Commons today from 6-8 PM, with indie singer/songwriter Kurt Sanchez. Social distancing will be enforced. Join in today (with your mask on), and visit social media (specifically Instagram) and visit southpark.la/music to see upcoming performance information or sign up to play..
Mask Wearing in the Common Areas – Reminder
It is important that every resident and guest of LUMA wear a proper face covering and adhere to social distancing rules when in the common areas, including the gym, hallways, and elevators in the building. Please help to protect everyone’s health and safety by following these rules.If you choose not to wear a proper face covering, please do not access the common areas or elevators. Non-compliance may result in a hearing, fines, or other disciplinary action within the confines of the governing documents. So be a good neighbor and please wear a mask! If you see someone in the common area not wearing a mask, please report it to staff.
EV Charging Installation Update
The EverCharge team will be onsite next week Monday through Friday working on the basement level, 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors starting at 9AM each day. They’ll be installing conduit on all of those floors.
They will also need to core drill through the basement level, 1st and 2nd floors to install conduit and wire which they hope to take care of in the latter part of the week. For yours and their safety, please follow all instructions from the EverCharge team.
Heart of the City 5k Acts of Kindness Challenge
The California Hospital Medical Center Foundation has launched the Acts of Kindness Challenge, with the goal of completing 5,000 act of kindness and raising $100,000 for California Hospital Medical Center. Register at https://unite.dignityhealthphilanthropy.org/heartofthecity5k (cut and paste into your browser.)
Storing Items in the Garage
Recently there has been an increase in items being stored in and around parking spaces. Please don’t store anything in the garage or your parking space, it can be an eyesore as well as a violation of the governing documents. If you have a bike in your parking space, we recommend as an alternative that you either store it in your unit or register it with us and place it in the bike cage.
Thank you and have a great weekend.