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Updated July 3, 2005

Tips For Efficient Water Use

Hey, what's the name of that translucent, pinkish lizard I see on the walls at night?

It's the Mediterranean gecko -- click here to find out more

What's that little mousey thing that chews through the fabric on my patio chairs?

It's a Desert Woodrat -- more commonly referred to as a "Pack Rat"

June 30, 2005

Because of the palm tree and oleander droppings, we are experiencing a pool crisis. The following guidelines should be followed so that we do not have a pool break down.

When you go to the pool, please:

--skim the top of the pool for the palm and oleander droppings
--dispose of the droppings in the black garbage can instead of leaving them in the skimmers
--sweep up any large bits of debris from the pool deck and dispose of them in the garbage can
--remember that the creepy crawler goes off at 5:00-6:00am, 10:30-11:30am, 4:30-5:30pm, and 11:00-12:00pm.

--pull on the creepy crawler; when it is hooked over a ladder the hose could break from the pressure
--remove any weights from the creepy crawler
--remove the golf-ball mechanism from the north skimmer basket for even a short time, since this will cause the creepy crawler to break, and replacing it will be costly

Following these guidelines will help ensure that we can all enjoy the pool during these hot summer months.

And, please, remember to close the gates securely when you leave.

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