The City of Fairfield and CivicMic hosted a virtual Smith Ranch (Rancho Solano) and Kolob Estates meeting to discuss the budget shortfalls for both districts, the 218 process, and possible next steps. In this post, CivicMic shares the Smith Ranch (Rancho Solano) and Kolob Estates meeting slides and video.
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Smith Ranch (Rancho Solano) and Kolob Estates Meeting Slides
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Presentation by the City of Fairfield
Presentation by CivicMic
Video of the Meeting (October 11, 2022)
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There are more than 1200 homes in Rancho Solano (Smith Ranch) generating about $650,000. in annual fees for the Landscaping and lighting. A detailed review of management and contracts should allow for this fund to be adequate to manage current and near-future requirements.
Also, if a lot is a “View Lot” where contact has been made requesting tree topping, rejected, the homeowner should be allowed to pay for the tree/bush trimming not now covered. I have offered to pay and been rejected several times via the HOA and City of Fairfield. Not acceptable when I paid $50,000. more for a view lot when our home was constructed in 1992.
Ergo, if the property owner wants landscaping improvements on city property, at or near the homeowners property, and is willing to pay, this should be allowed.