This week on May 31st we are celebrating the 6th year anniversary of a very special Lead Lobby Ambassador, Jeffrey Bella. Jeff has played a crucial role in establishing what a Lobby Ambassador is. I believe I can’t thank him enough for how important his presence is within our team, even though I do try! Jeff is a committed employee, an extraordinary human being, he is self-motivated, disciplined, focused, and reliable. I am confident that I can speak for the team when I say we appreciate everything Jeff does here at The Pacific. If you see Jeff be sure to wish him a Happy 6th year Anniversary!
Please find building updates and reminders below:
Quarterly Staff Meeting:
On Thursday, June 1st we will be conducting our Quarterly Staff meeting within the Observation Lounge from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm. Please note that during that time frame the Observation Lounge with be closed.
Front Door Battery Replacement:
Chief Building Engineer, Anthony Milner has completed each units front door battery replacement. Special thank you to Anthony for spending two days ensuring each units locking mechanisms are in tip top shape.
Thank you to all Staff and Residents for participating in a supplementary Emergency Evacuation Drill this week. We hope the exercise allowed each and every participant to become more familiar with the emergency exits and routes needed should we ever experience an emergency situation at The Pacific. If you were not able to attend or have questions, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and we would be delighted to be of assistance!
Did you know that California Civil Code and Corporations Code allow for disclosures and documents to be delivered electronically to any member who has agreed to that method of delivery? If you wish to begin receiving Association documents electronically, there are is a efficent way to elect this delivery method via the Resident Portal!
Resident Portal– Once you logon to the Resident Portal, it will automatically take you to the Dashboard. Scroll down until you view the “Property Information” data on the right-hand side. Within this section there is a row labeled “Consent for Email Distribution.” Click on the yellow pencil adjacent to this row to edit your preference.
Electronic delivery of Association documents not only saves you filing cabinet room, it reduces the Association’s use on environmental precious resources (trees) and thus reduces the Association’s expense for postage, copy and labor for hard copy mailings!
The SF Planning Department has announced recently a series of virtual events open to SF Residents to attend to learn more about the General Plan for the City. The General Planning plan consists of goals and policies that will help the City address topics such as racial and social equity, housing, transportation, climate resilience, land use, and environmental justice. The virtual workshops are an opportunity for San Franciscans to share ideas of how San Francisco can achieve a sustainable future for all citizens. For more information and to RSVP for these events in March, please visit https://sfplanning.org/general-plan-virtual-events.
Today, we extend a fond farewell to our Chief Engineer, Sean Weaver as he departs The Pacific and onto his next adventure with Action Property Management. We thank Sean for his hard work and dedication to The Pacific and wish him all the best in his new role at Millennium Tower. Thank you, Sean, and best of luck!
During these challenging times, we can all contribute to keeping our neighborhood alive and well by supporting the local businesses. The following restaurants along Fillmore are currently open to provide take-out and delivery via Caviar, DoorDash and UberEats, GrubHub.
AVERY Bay Subs Bun Mee Chouuqets Curbside Fillmore Bakeshop Florio Glaze Extreme Pizza Hollywood Cafe JANE the Bakery Joe & the Juice Le Mediterranee OCTAVIA PEET’S Pizzeria Delfina Philmore Creamery SANTINO’S SIFT Desserts SPQR Sweetlime Thai Sweet Maple Taco Bar Ten-ichi TROYA Via Veneto Wise Sons
Here at The Pacific, the health and welfare of all Residents, Staff, and Visitors is our top priority, especially during these unprecedented times. In accordance with state and local mandates, The Pacific is adhering to all ordinances and requiring all who access the property wear face coverings within the common elements.
The hallways, lobby, elevator, parking garages, etc., are all part of the common elements at The Pacific shared with fellow Residents and utilized by Staff. For the benefit of everyone at The Pacific, all individuals utilizing or traveling through these shared spaces should be wearing a mask/face covering at all times. As we have learned through the various reports provided by the CDC and other medical experts, there may be individuals who could carry the virus but be asymptomatic making the use of face masks vital to avoid inadvertently spreading the virus to others.