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Community Updates for 1/3/2023
Posted By flanglois on January 3, 2023
Dear Luma Residents,
Our company servers were down on Friday December 30th due to a power outage. Unfortunately, this prevented us from sending out Friday’s Community Updates. We apologize for the delay.
A big thank you to everyone that contributed to the Holiday fund this year. If you would still like to contribute, the deadline is January 7, 2023. If you would like to donate with a check, please make it payable to Luma HOA. Homeowners can charge their contribution to their HOA account, simply send an email to Taylor Jones, at firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the amount.
Hot, fresh, and saucy! Any way you slice it, Pizza Sociale delivers, and they are offering a 10% discount to Luma residents with promo code LUMA10. Available for online orders via ChowNow, dine in, and pickup. Check out the flyer located in the mailroom for more information.
Starry is offering Luma Residents a 14 day free trial for $50/mo plan with no price increases, 200Mbps download and 100 Mbps upload speeds, free installation and Wi-Fi router with no installation or activation fees, a month-months subscription service and no contracts with the power to pause or cancel at any time, and 24/7 customer support! Use the Sign-Up Link:starry.com/1100hope to take advantage of this promotion!
EV Charger Installation – Promotional Price from EverCharge
EverCharge is offering new customers an EV charger plus installation for the promotional price of $4778.25. Regular price is estimated to be between $5478-$6478 (tax included.) Please see the attached flyer for details. Please note: Credit card companies charge a small percentage of the overall cost when paying by credit card. Based on the special group rate for the installation, it works out to be $143.35 so the total comes out to $4,921.60 on a credit card and $4,778.25 when going through ACH or sending a bank check.
LA County Public Health Mask Advisory
12-9-22: Masks are still required in some settings and strongly recommended in others – See the summary here http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/acd/ncorona2019/masks/RulesAndRecommendations/#when
and the details in the Health Officer Order.
Sending New Year cheer to you and yours!