The July-August 2022 Edition of the Aerial Magazine

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What’s Inside

2 From the President

7 Cost Center, Parking and Courtesy

9 Are You

Missing Out?

11 Home-Based Businesses


Volunteer Spotlight

A Fresh Coat for a Fresh Start

has just

in beautifully coordinated color palettes with

Homes in Aliante Master Association were

approved updated colors for all of the cost cen-

that freshly painted look can add value to

built between 2003-2005 meaning if your home

ter communities! If you have been wanting to

your community by retaining current owners,

has not been repainted it is on its original coat

paint your home there are not some new color

attracting new ones and generally, showcasing

of paint that has lasted 15 years or longer. Exte-

options to consider.

your community in the best light. One way to

rior paint in the desert usually lasts between

further enhance value is with an exterior paint

10-15 years according to a Las Vegas Review


First impressions mean a lot – especially when it comes to a home’s curb appeal. Homes


continues on page 5 July-August


From the President

Board of Directors

GRAFFITI - We are experiencing a Graffiti epidemic in Aliante. There were

sixteen incidents of graffiti at sixteen different locations in Aliante in just one week from May 27 to June 2. Sadly, that was a typical week! We suspect the culprits are doing this in the very early hours of the morning. If you are out in the community during those hours, please keep your eyes open and report any incidents in progress to NLVPD. Please do not confront the perpetrators.

Michael Breault, President R. Wayne Headrick, Vice President Pat O’Donnell, Treasurer Cherie White, Secretary Kenyatta Robinson, Director Michael Shappley, Director Jim Spencer, Director


arrival, Safety Patrol Officer Thomas and Safety Patrol Officer Stevenson found the man next to the

Aliante Master Association c/o FirstService Residential 2760 Deer Springs Way, Suite 104 North Las Vegas, NV 89084 Phone: (702) 399-7327

Federal Credit Union and he was unresponsive. Safety Patrol Officer Thomas called 911. Safety

Office Staff

Patrol Officer Thomas listened to 911 operator’s instructions to clear the man’s airway. Safety Patrol

Community Manager Joshua Roser, SCM, CMCA®, AMS®

Securitas – I want to share a good news story concerning our Safety Patrol. On April 20, 2022, at 10:30 pm, in the Aliante Market Place (Smith’s shopping center) Safety Patrol Officer Thomas received a call from 7-11 workers of an adult male laying in the parking lot unresponsive. Upon

Officer Thomas was able to clear the man’s airway who then became responsive. Upon arrival NLVFD took over the situation. The man was then taken by ambulance to the nearby ER. Thank you, Safety Patrol Officer Thomas! Important Board decisions at the April and May Aliante Master Board Meetings Newsletter – The board voted to eliminate the printed edition of the Aerial, the Aliante Master Newsletter, and instead send a digital edition by email. This will save the Association approximately $58,000 per year. (If you have not registered your email address the only way you will be able to read the newsletter is by going to the Aliante Website.) Insurance Committee – We approved the creation of an insurance committee to work on our insurance renewal and to go after the drivers of the cars that crash into and damage our landscaping. There are one or two every month! Reserve Study Update – The board approved the bid from Complex Solutions in the amount of

Assistant Community Manager Janelle Fuhrmann, CM, CMCA®, AMS® Lifestyle Coordinator Dawn Marie Hughes Administrative Compliance Coordinator Liza Chimal Aliante Master Resident Portal/Website Management Office Hours Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

$5,750 for a level 2 study with a 7-week turnaround. We have used Complex Solutions in the past.

Securitas Roving Patrol

After review and comparison to two other bids, the Property and Grounds committee, Complex

Roving Patrol 1: (702) 237-4724 Roving Patrol 2: (702) 237-4723

Solutions bid was considered to be the most competitive. Turf Removal - We approved a proposal from Gothic to renovate the nonfunctional turf on Decatur

Cost Center Delegates

and Aviary South. The original estimate from Gothic for these areas was $58,000. The proposal is

La Vella: (vacant) • Pavona: (vacant) Ravenna: (vacant) - Salerno: Joyce Pizzo San Destin: (vacant) • Serenata: (vacant) Vialetto: Kim Clausen

$49,095 which is $8,905 less than the original estimate. The expected rebate from SNW is $14,415 making the net cost to the association $34,680. The turf will be replaced with the number of plants per 10,000 square feet as mandated by the Aliante Development Agreement. continues on page 7

Committe & Board Meetings Please scan the QR code for the desired Committee and/or Board meeting you would like to attend. Please note, some committee meetings are not open to homeowners. Only the committees open to all homeowners are provided.

Sub-Association Delegates Autumn Ridge/Springdale: Stan Wright Club Aliante: Fred Wilebski The Courts at Aliante: Sarah Davi Cove at Aliante: Jerry Dockens Estates at Aliante: Janice Bee Fields: Michael Shappley Manor at Aliante: Prominence at Aliante: Launa Esparza Seasons: Seville Etage: Matthew Olden Sun City Aliante: None Terrasini: Sue DeLong Treviso: Patrick O’Donnell

Community Hotline (702) 399-4273



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Aliante Master Association, its agents, and affiliates are not responsible for any services listed or rendered by third parties through this publication.

Upcoming Committee Meetings All meetings listed below will be held virtually. To receive updated Board meeting information please be sure toregister your email address on the Aliante Master website at Architectural Review Committee TBD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Compliance Committee Thursday, July 7, 2022. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 p.m. Thursday, August 4, 2022. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 p.m. Thursday, September 1, 2022 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 p.m. Finance Committee Tuesday, July 26, 2022. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, August 23, 2022 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, September 20, 2022. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 p.m. Property and Grounds Committee Tuesday, July 5, 2022. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, August 2, 2022 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, September 6, 2022. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 p.m. Publications Committee TBD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Safety Committee Wednesday, July 6, 2022. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, August 3, 2022. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, September 7, 2022 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 p.m. Social Committee Monday, July 11, 2022. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 p.m. Monday, August 1, 2022 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 p.m. Monday, September 12, 2022 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:00 p.m.

From the Mailbag

Neighborhood Justice Center

The tree in my neighbor’s yard has branches that extend into mine dropping leaves in my pool. What can be done? My neighbor has a leak in their backyard landscaping that ruined my side of the wall. How can I get this fixed? I am continuously being disturbed and/or harassed by my neighbors. How can I get this resolved? Everyone has neighbors, and where there are neighbors, there could be problems outside the jurisdiction of a homeowners association. In life, differences frequently result in misunderstandings, unproductive communi-

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cation, anger and sometimes lawsuits. Wouldn’t it be great if there was an outlet built on the principle that

Well, there is: the Neighborhood Justice Center. The Center provides a forum for the impartial mediation of minor disputes, including neighbor to neighbor issues. The goal is to provide a continuum of alternative conflict resolution services, including facilitation, mediation and specialized training to those in need. The mediator does not decide who is right or wrong, nor will they make a decision on the issue. Their objective is to help both parties come to their own resolution and conclusion on how to end the conflict and assist with a written agreement. There is no cost for mediation, but some specialty services charge a nominal fee, so please check with the Justice Center to see which option may be best for you.

conflicts can be successfully resolved without costly Architectural Review Committee Michael Breault (Board Liaison) Emilio Brunetti Kim Clausen (Chair) Patrick O’Donnell Joyce Pizzo Dennis Spoto Stan Wright Janelle Fuhrmann (Staff Liaison) Compliance Committee Tiana Hudson Lee Kaainoni Dwane Martinson Joyce Pizzo Kenyatta Robinson (Board Liaison) Dennis Spoto (Chair) Harold Witherspoon Janelle Fuhrmann (Staff Liaison) Finance Committee Neil Holder (Chair) Gene Neil Patrick O’Donnell (Board Liaison) Cherie White Joshua Roser (Staff Liaison) Property & Grounds Committee Gregory Daniel Wilson Langford Jason Peay

Property & Grounds continued Michael Shappley Jim Spencer (Board Liaison) Dennis Spoto (Chair) Tim Yanchisin Joshua Roser (Staff Liaison) Publications Committee R. Wayne Headrick (Board Liaison) Kenyatta Robinson (Chair) Dawn Hughes (Staff Liaison) Safety Committee Charlie Fitzgerald Bill Foster Lynn Geils Wilson Langford (Chair) Michael Shappley (Board Liaison) Debbie Wiechecki Dawn Hughes (Staff Liaison) Social Committee Joyce Pizzo Samesha Ramadan Kenyatta Robinson (Board Liaison) Elie Taylor Sabrina Shappley (Chair) Cherie White Dawn Hughes (Staff Liaison)

Upcoming Board Meetings Thursday, July 28, 2022 6:00 p.m. Executive session (closed to homeowners) 7:00 p.m. Board of Directors meeting (open to homeowners virtualy) Thursday, August 25, 2022 6:00 p.m. Executive session (closed to homeowners 7:00 p.m. Board of Directors meeting (open to homeowners virtualy)) Thursday, September 29, 2022 9:00 a.m. Annual owners meeting 6:00 p.m. Executive session (closed to homeowners) 7:00 p.m. Board of Directors meeting (open to homeowners virtualy) All meetings listed above are held at the Aliante FirstService Residential office, located at 2760 Deer Springs Way, Suite 104

courtroom battles? What if people had an opportunity to talk, listen and understand each other’s issues and feelings in a forum for resolving issues or providing answers about dealing with challenging neighbors, while maintaining your sanity and quality of life?

The Neighborhood Justice Center 330 S. 3rd St. Suite 600 (702) 455-3898

Don’t Do It, Yet! According to the conditions, covenants, and restrictions signed by every homeowner, all improvements on a homeowner’s property require prior, written consent of the master architectural review committee and, if in a sub-association, the sub-association’s architectural review committee as well.



Improvements include, but are not limited to: 1. Patios 2. Patio covers 3. Pools and spas 4. Trampolines, swing sets, and other playground equipment 5. Auxiliary structures, including sheds

7. Any landscaping changes, including replacement of plants or trees with differing plants or trees 8. Fences, gates, and walls 9. Solar panels 10. Security doors

6. Exterior structural alterations, including exterior color changes

The Aliante Master Architectural Change Form (ARC Submittal Form) and governing documents for the Aliante Master Association can be obtained on the Community Website/Resident Portal at https:// or by calling (702) 399-4273. Contact your sub-association to obtain a copy of its form and governing documents.



From the Treasurer BALANCE SHEET FOR MARCH 2022


Cash in the operating accounts totaled $2,837,621.

Cash in the operating accounts totaled $2,845,535.

Cash in the reserve accounts totaled $1,714,266. Cash in the

Cash in the reserve accounts totaled $1,726,477. Cash in the

Legal fund totaled $78,472. The Association is in compliance

Legal fund totaled $78,473. The Association is in

with paragraph (b) of subsection 2 of NRS116.3115 and

compliance with paragraph (b) of subsection 2 of

that reserve funds have not been used for daily mainte-

NRS116.3115 and that reserve funds have not been

nance. According to the reserve study, the fully funded

used for daily maintenance. According to the reserve

reserve account balance as of the end of 2022 should

study, the fully funded reserve account balance as of

be $2,389,815.

the end of 2022 should be $2,389,815.

Delinquent accounts receivable totaled

Delinquent accounts receivable totaled $1,048,450.

$1,041,449. Accounts receivable balances include

Accounts receivable balances include uncollected fines

uncollected fines of $959,345. Delinquent receiv-

of $968,880. Delinquent receivables are being collected in

ables are being collected in accordance with the

accordance with the Association’s collection policy.

Association’s collection policy. Income & Expense Statement Income & Expense Statement For the month ending March 31, 2022, Operating Income amounted to $323,139. The Association incurred $290,473 in expenses which included a transfer of $40,000 to the reserve account.

For the month ending April 30, 2022, Operating Income amounted to $340,579. The Association incurred $279,280 in expenses which included a transfer of $40,000 to the reserve account.

Reserve fund revenue amounted to $14 in interest income and

Reserve fund revenue amounted to $121 in interest income

$40,000 transfer from the operating fund. Expenses amounted to

and $40,000 transfer from the operating fund. Expenses amounted to



The Board acknowledges that they have fulfilled their duty to review the

The Board acknowledges that they have fulfilled their duty to review the

financial statements in accordance with NRS 116.31083 subject to any

financial statements in accordance with NRS 116.31083 subject to any

current NRS or NAC required year-end audit or review

current NRS or NAC required year-end audit or review.

Third ress Add

The Aliante Master now has the ability to add up to 3 addresses to a homeowner’s account. The main mailing/billing address or primary address will receive ALL correspondences from the Association. The second (usually a property manager or management company) and third address (home) will receive non-compliance letters only. If you would like to add a third address to your account, please email management at AlianteMaster@ * Please note the request must be in writing from the deeded owner or their authorized representative.


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Water Leak Email Hot Line Gothic has set up a 24 hour emergency email address for homeowners to use to report any landscape irrigation leaks as well as any other issues that pertain to the landscape within the Aliante Master Homeowners Association. With this service homeowners will also be able to send up to 2 photos of the area they are reporting.

Please report any leaks to this email: Please note this is for reporting water leaks only.

A Fresh Coat

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Journal article from 2019. Link to Journal article If you are thinking about painting your home, the Aliante Master Architectural Committee would like to offer these guidelines to help expedite the review and approval of your ARC application.

the colors for body, trim, doors, pop-outs etc.; along with corresponding color swatches. • Painting your house using a color scheme originally designed by the builder for your plan-group. This alternate scheme will likely be approved

Digital color tools allow you to see a variety of color schemes on your property before a single gallon of paint is applied. The following com-

provided there are no other homes in close proximity to yours with this similar color scheme.

munities exterior paint schemes are available through the QR scanning code provided: Autumn Ridge

Note: Builders used multiple color schemes for specific plans. For examEstates

ple, a Plan 1 home may have sub-groups A, B, C, and D; each with its own



color scheme. These alternate color schemes are permissible.




San Destin

plan in your development. This request will be considered on a case by


Sun City Aliante

case basis.



• Painting your house a color scheme used by the builder for another

• Painting your house creating your own [custom] color scheme using paint colors found in your community. This will be carefully considered on

If you live in a Sub Association not listed, please check with your man-

a case by case basis. Please note: The use of extremely bright or primary

agement company for existing color schemes for your Association.

colors (Red, Blue and Yellow) is not allowed. The intent is to reflect the

Repainting using the same color scheme:

rich and varied colors of the community and surrounding desert land-

• No approval is required to repaint the exterior of your home in

scape. If assembling your own custom color scheme, carefully consider

accordance with the original color scheme as provided by the builder.

color relations and combinations, or call on the paint salespersons for

Painting with an alternate color scheme:

assistance in selecting visually pleasing color palette .

• All submitted plans must include detailed specifications identifying

Concrete Walls and How To Care for Them THE WORD CONCRETE comes from the latin word

weakens the walls and allows efflorescence to

“concretus” (meaning compact or condensed).

occur. What is efflorescence?

We have all seen concrete walls here in Aliante.

In chemistry, efflorescence (which means

Every association has them and some are beau-

“to flower out” in French) is the migration of a

tiful and some have white scaly residue com-

salt to the surface of a porous material, where

ing from them. You have heard the saying “an

it forms a coating. The essential process com-

ounce of prevention equals a pound of cure”.

prises the dissolving of an internally held salt

When it comes to the walls that surround your

in water, or occasionally in another solvent.

community and separate your neighbor’s yards

water, the mixture forms a fluid mass that is

The water, with the salt now held in solution,

from one another, we all have an intimate love

easily molded into shape.

migrates to the surface, then evaporates, leaving

hate relationship with our concrete walls at one

The cement reacts chemically with the

a coating of the salt. Efflorescence’s can occur in

time or another. When our homes were built the

water and other ingredients to form a hard matrix

natural and built environments. On porous con-

walls were the first thing the builders erected, to

that binds the materials together into a durable

struction materials it may present a cosmetic

separate the build site from surrounding proper-

stone-like material that has many uses. Water

outer problem only (primary efflorescence caus-

ties. You might be thinking the walls we see are

is not only used to produce the concrete, it is

ing staining), but can sometimes indicate internal

solid and resolute, in fact they are very porous

also the biggest enemy of the wall as well. We

structural weakness (migration/degradation of

and will absorb water from any source and pass

all love a lush green lawn and mature shrubbery

component materials). Setbacks allow a distance

the water through the wall to the other side.

and trees in our landscape and many people use

to set your irrigation to avoid spraying the wall

Concrete is a composite material composed of

this landscape to “hide” the concrete walls, if

to minimize the wall from getting too wet while

coarse aggregate bonded together with a fluid

we don’t use “setbacks”, (a set distance from

still letting irrigation to do its job, watering our

cement that hardens over time. When aggregate

the wall), the wall suffers a painful blow, water.

landscape and grow our plants.

is mixed together with dry Portland cement and

The water we use to grow the landscape also

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Maintenance Report: May 2022

June 2022


Maintenance • Remove the Red Yucca stalks throughout the community. • Continue to use growth regulator on shrubs that were

• Trimming is up to schedule in the Aliante Common Areas & Walking Trails, below are the areas that were trimmed between the last week of April 2022 and May 2022. • Walking Trail 60 & 60 South ( between Aliante Estates & Seasons) have been trimmed. • As well as Walking Trail 62- San Destin Ravello & San Destin Palazzo • Aliante Pkwy from Centennial to 215 hwy. • Aliante from the 215 to Grand Teton. • Center median on Aliante Pkwy. right across from the Club Aliante Community . • Elkhorn between Aviary Wy. & Aliante Pkwy . • Elkhorn between Aliante Pkwy and Clayton (to the barricades). • Clayton from Centennial to Deer Springs • Clayton From Deer Springs to the 215. • Centennial between Clayton st. & Aliante Pkwy • Centennial between Aliante Pkwy & Aviary west.

recently trim in order to keep the community looking pristine.

• Use organic pest control to reduce the grub population in the soil around the community.

• Fertilize the turf with BEST 15-15-15 with slow release nitrogen for extended root support.

Turf Removal Update The turf removal project on Clayton started this past Monday. About 50% of turf the was approved for removal has been removed, all valves that used to watered turf are being retrofitted to drip irrigation, and the proper steps to protect the exiting trees are being taken, such as removing as little roots as possible, installing the right emitters at the proper distance to the exiting trees, hand watering the existing trees during this process, and injecting the trees with vitamin B12.

• All irrigation timer Aircards have been installed. The areas that are scheduled to be maintained in the next two weeks are: • Deer Springs South by Smiths Market Place. • Deer Springs North will be done in the next couple weeks, second week of June 20202

Maintenance along walking trails and community streets


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From the President

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Securitas Contract – The board approved a new contract with Securitas,

Concrete Walls

continued from page 5

It is also possible to protect porous building materials, such as brick,

our safety patrol, with a 3% annual increase.

tiles, concrete and paving against efflorescence by treating the material with

Storm Drain Cleaning – We approved a new two-year contract with JMAC

an impregnating, hydro-phobic sealer. This is a sealer that repels water and

to clean our 22,000 linear feet of storm drains. By signing a two-year

will penetrate deeply enough into the material to keep water and dissolved

contract, we were able to save $24,200 this year and $7,700 next year.

salts well away from the surface. However, in climates where freezing is a

Playground Inspections – The board approved a new contract with ProTek,

concern, a sealer may lead to damage from freeze/thaw cycles. And while

in the amount of $4,000 per year, for quarterly inspections of our five

it will help to protect against efflorescence, it cannot permanently prevent


the problem.

Trash Can and Bench Replacement – We approved a proposal from

Efflorescence can often be removed from concrete using phosphoric

ParkPro in the amount of $1,038.27 to remove an existing trash can

acid. After application the acid dilution is neutralized with mild diluted deter-

and replace it with a heavy duty 32-gallon trash receptacle near Cocka-

gent, and then well rinsed with water. However, if the source of the water

tiel Drive. We also approved a proposal from ParkPro, in the amount of

penetration is not addressed efflorescence may reappear.

$592.85 for a new park bench near Buteo Lane.

As you can see if we all do our part, we can prevent problems with our concrete walls and enjoy the safety and security they provide for many

Michael Breault

years to come.


Cost Centers, Parking, and Courtesy IF YOU HAVE EVER ATTENDED an Aliante Mas-

siderate of neighbors when parking

ter Association Board of Directors meeting,

on the street. Parking in front of

you may have heard the term “cost center”

a neighbor’s home or in front of

frequently used. What exactly is a cost center

the mailbox area every evening

Garages must be used to

in the context of the Association?

becomes a nuisance to residents

park vehicles to the fullest extent

Cost centers are non-gated Aliante com-

and their guests, who may have to

canoe, kayak, or boat; scooters; four wheel, off road, all-terrain vehicle, or dune buggy; or aircraft.

possible. Driveways should be used

munities that do not have a separate sub-

park farther away because someone

for overflow parking only. This is not

association and Board of Directors. Home-

uses the street as a permanent park-

only a matter of courtesy; it is man-

owners in cost centers pay their HOA dues

ing space.

dated by Aliante Master rules and

solely to the Aliante Master Association,

Recreational vehicles may

whereas homeowners in sub-associations

not be operated within Aliante


will pay dues to both associations. This is

at any time, nor may they be

your neighbors and utilize your

because the common areas of the cost center

stored on any street. Recreational

garage for its primary, intended

communities are maintained by the Aliante

vehicles may temporarily reside

purpose – parking of your own vehi-

Master Association, rather than by a separate

in the community for loading and

cles – even if that means cleaning it


unloading purposes only, and

Please be considerate of

to do so.

Compared to sub-associations, the rules

may never remain there for

for parking are different in most of the cost

more than a twenty-four (24)

center communities. The streets in all cost

hour period. Recreational vehi-

• La Vella

centers except Ravenna are public, and thus

cles are defined as any vehicles

• Pavona

in most cases it is permissible to park on

used for recreational purposes (as

• Ravenna

them. Ravenna, as the sole exception, has pri-

determined by the Master Board

• Salerno

vate streets that are under the Master Associ-

or its duly appointed designee)

• San Destin

ation rules and regulations prohibiting street

including, but not limited to, a

• Serenata

parking without Master Board approval.

camper unit, house car, RV, or

• Vialetto

Even in cases where parking on the street may be permissible, please be con-

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motor home; trailer, trailer coach, or camp trailer; watercraft, jet ski, July-August


Back To School Safety Tips CHILDREN TRAVEL to school in many different ways – by bus, car,

and out of traffic. Travel in the same direction as traffic and on the

on bicycle, scooter, or by foot. Teaching kids about traffic safety is a

sidewalk whenever possible.

priority for the Nevada Department of Transportation. We like to say that safety is a two-way street: it’s the job of respon-

Always remain alert and attentive to your surroundings, with

your eyes focused on the road ahead. Do not listen to music that could

sible pedestrians and attentive motorists to safely navigate through

distract from the roadway sounds and alerts around you.

our daily commutes.

Riding the school bus 

Stay five steps away from the curb.

By car, bicycle and/or foot, families should conduct a test trip

Always wait for the bus driver to tell you when to board.

between home and school before the school year begins. Access and

Face forward after finding a seat on the bus.

Exit the bus when it stops, look left-right-left, and take five steps

Walking or biking to school 

other roadway conditions can change over the summer, even on previously familiar routes. Familiarize yourself with distance, travel time, safe crossing areas and more. Use this test trip as an opportunity to remind children of traffic safety practices. 

There’s safety in numbers. Encourage your child to walk in

groups with other children. You can also check with your school for more information to Initiate a “walking school bus”. 

Ensure that children on a bicycle, scooter or skates have a well-

fitting helmet with bright colored clothing to increase visibility. 

If riding, check brakes and air in tires before each ride.

Make sure that there is no loose clothing or gear such as loose

pant legs, backpack straps or shoelaces, which could become caught in your bike chain. Also wear sneakers when biking. Sandals, flipflops, shoes with heels, and cleats won’t help you grip the pedals. 

Only cross at designated crosswalks. Obey all traffic signs, traffic

lights, and crossing guard instructions. If you’re on a bike or scooter, walk and don’t ride through the crosswalk. 

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration advises to

follow the tried-and-true rule: Look left-right-left before crossing any street. To make sure that they see you, make eye contact with all approaching drivers before crossing the street. 

Walk or ride predictably in a straight line without weaving in

away from the bus toward the curb. 

Children should always enter and exit the bus at designated

locations that provide safe access to the bus or to the school building. Sharing the road with young pedestrians 

Always wear your seatbelt while operating or as a passenger in

a vehicle. 

Do not text or talk on your phone while operating a vehicle. It is

dangerous and against the law in Nevada. 

Be aware of your surroundings at all times. Check crosswalks

to ensure pedestrians aren’t present, obey traffic signs, speed limits, and proceed slowly through school zones. 

Stop for a school patrol safety officer or crossing guard using

hand signals or holding a sign. 

Do not block the crosswalk when stopped at a red light or waiting

to make a turn. This forces pedestrians to have to move around you, putting them in the way of moving traffic. 

Per state law, no U-turns or passing are allowed in Nevada active

school zones or school crossing zones. Reprinted with permission by Ryan McInerney Director of Communication & Government Affairs for the Nevada Department of Transportation.

Cracking Down on Illegal Fireworks AS THE FOURTH OF JULY

approaches, the City of North Las Vegas, in

partnership with municipalities across Southern Nevada, is launch-

are legal for use only from June 28 to July 4 – not before or after. Be on the right side of the law!

ing a fireworks safety education and enforcement campaign to

If you see illegal fireworks during the week of the Fourth, please

make people aware that there is zero tolerance for illegal fireworks

do not call 911 or 311. It’s important that we keep those emergency

in our valley.

lines open. Instead, visit; the website

Law enforcement agencies across the valley will be cracking down on all fireworks that aren’t “safe and sane.” Safe and sane fireworks include sparklers, snaps, pinwheels smokeballs, fountains and snakes – novelty fireworks that don’t leave the ground. Illegal fireworks include firecrackers, rockets and cakes. Offenders will be subject to $1,000 fines, as well as hundreds of additional dollars in disposal fees. In addition, fireworks of any type


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will have more information about how to report illegal fireworks as the Fourth of July holiday approaches. This is a community problem that can only be addressed by all of us working together. Please support our efforts,stay and safe! Scan the QR code to report illegal fireworks.

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community event reminders, and information about the Aliante Master Homeowner’s Association? Would you like to know when the next Board of Directors meeting will be or if the Community Garage Sale will take place? The fastest and most efficient way to relay this information, and the only way to receive the Aerial, is by sending emails to all our homeowners. In the case of urgent alerts, such as a neighbor reporting a water leak at your house, we may also contact you by phone. Please make sure your email address is on file with the Aliante Master Association, as well as your sub association, if it is also managed by FirstService Residential, and your Communication Preferences are set up to receive emails. While the Aliante Master Association and several other sub associations, such as, but not limited to Autumn Ridge, Springdale, Seasons and Treviso, are managed by FirstService Residential the Master and Sub Associations do not share databases and communication preferences. Please follow the steps below to confirm we have your preferred email address and phone numbers. (We will never share your email address or phone number.) 1. Log on to the Aliante Master Website: 2. If you are already registered, skip step 3, 4 and 5 and proceed to step 6. If you are not registered, you can self-register by clicking on: “Create Account” You will be taken to “FirstService Residential Web Access

Registration” page. Enter you name and email address and click register. 3. You will be sent to an email with a verification code. 4. Once the verification code has been entered, you need to create a secure passcode. 5. Once the terms and conditions are accepted, follow the instructions by then entering either the property address or the account number. Your account number can be found in your coupon payment book, or you can request it from Customer Service by calling (702) 399-4273 6. Log in to the Connect Resident Portal 7. Click on the hamburger menu (3 stacked vertical lines) in the top left of the screen. 8. Click My Account, then select My Communications Preferences tab from the options near the top of the screen. 9. In the “Communications” box select “Email Select All” to check on the boxes to ensure you receive all emails and the box at the bottom of the page to receive payment notifications. 10. It is recommended that you also setup your Text Phone Number which will enable management to text you in important situations such as someone reporting a stream of water flowing out your front door. After you add your text phone number it will need to be verified. FirstService Residential will send you a text asking you to reply YES to confirm your text address. After verifying your text address refresh the page and the word “verified” should now be in green. Now you can select the boxes to receive text messages. 11. Be sure to click on the SAVE box on the bottom of the screen.

Water Quality: Where It Matters Most YOUR TAP WATER is treated and delivered through one of the most advanced and

dissolve into river flows, and a bit of that taste may remain. However, hard water

reliable municipal systems in the nation—and meets or surpasses all federal Safe

poses no health risk and meets all water-quality standards.

Drinking Water Act standards.

Home water-treatment systems aren’t necessary but may improve taste and

The Las Vegas Valley Water District (LVVWD) takes a proactive approach

hardness. Have questions? Contact the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA)

to maintaining and upgrading our network of reservoirs, pumping stations and

for a free home water filtration buying guide and fact sheets (available at

pipelines: The LVVWD’s $600 million, multiyear capital plan helps safeguard both

Here are a few easy tips to make water taste great:

water quality and reliability by keeping long-term costs and system disruptions low. In 2021, the LVVWD conducted more than 318,000 analyses on more than

C hill: Refrigerate a pitcher of tap water to boost flavor and zap chlorine perceptions.

55,360 water samples taken from Lake Mead, our storage reservoirs and 367 sam-

Flavor: Add a citrus slice for zest.

pling stations throughout our community—including stations in customers’ meter

Filter: Try an activated carbon filter, like those in carafe systems.

boxes. These efforts go beyond tough state and federal Safe Drinking Water Act

M aintain: If you have an in-home filtration system, follow its recom-

requirements to ensure water quality, all the way to your meter.

mended maintenance schedule, including filter replacement.

Water drawn from Lake Mead is treated at the Southern Nevada Water Authority’s two advanced water treatment facilities with a leading-edge combination of ozonation, filtration and chlorination.

For more information on water quality, and how to obtain a copy of your water provider’s 2022 water quality report, visit

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Home-based Businesses and the Master Association Q: “I think a neighbor is conducting a business from his home. Does he need a City

Vehicle and motorized equipment repair or sales, washing, or detailing

of North Las Vegas business license?’

Welding shop

Yes. Call the City of North Las Vegas Business Licensing Department M-Th 8:00 AM

Short term rentals (Airbnb)

to 5:45 PM to inquire if a home business is licensed or to report an unlicensed home

Q: “Does Aliante Master Association have governing documents regulating what

business. You may also refer to the following City of North Las Vegas website link to

type of home-based businesses is allowed here?”

determine if a home business is properly licensed: http://www.cityofnorthlasvegas.

Yes. See Master Declarations of CC&R’s 3.5.1 to In summary, allowed

com/Departments/Financial/Business License/BusinessLicense.aspx

business use is very limited. Business use may be permitted if it (1) is not detectable,

Q: “Are some home businesses prohibited by zoning and city code?”

(2) conforms to City zoning and licensing requirements, (3) does NOT have regular

Yes. Prohibited home businesses include, but are not limited to:

customer traffic, and (4) is not a nuisance or hazard to the community.

Animal services, including grooming and boarding

Q: Although licensed by the City of NLV, my neighbor’s home business does not

Appliance repair

meet Aliante standards. How do I file a complaint?”

Barber shops

If you live in an Aliante cost center (LaVella, Pavona, Ravenna, Salerno, San Destin

Beauty parlors, including manicurist and cosmetologist

including Tivoli, Ravello, and Palazzo, or in Vialetto) contact the Aliante Master

Limousine service

Association community management company as listed in this Aerial. If you live

Machine shop

in a sub-association (Aliante Cove, Autumn Ridge/Springdale, BelEtage/Seville,

A healing profession with the exception of metaphysical healing

Club Aliante, Estates, Fields, Prominence, Seasons, Terrasini, The Court at Aliante,

Painting of vehicles, trailers, or boats

or Treviso), your covenants and rules may be even stricter than Aliante Master’s.

Tattoo parlors

Contact your sub-association community manager.

We Want You!

Act Now Don’t second guess yourself • If only I had reported . . . • If only I had called . . . • If only I had done . . . See Something, Say Something provides an easy method for you to act in the best interest of your family, friends, business, neighbors and community

Consider volunteering on a committee! We currently have vacancies for the following Committees: Finance • Property & Grounds • Publications • Social Committees Scan the QR code to obtain a Committee Interest Form. Please email the form to Thank you for your participation!



Aliante Sub-Associations If you have questions or concerns regarding your specific community, please refer to the following list of sub-associations and contact the appropriate management company. All homeowners are entitled to speak with the listed community manager and/or attend the sub-association’s board meetings. Aliante Cove


Ministry (formerly known as the Pastor’s Aide) under

is former employee of

the leadership and directions of Bishop Dr. James M.

twenty-nine (29) years

Rogers Sr., at New Jerusalem Worship Center.

at the Las Vegas Valley

After much contemplation Samesha and her hus-

Water District. During

band Mujaheed, relocated to Aliante, 14 months ago.

her tenure she worked in

She was told and liked the idea that Aliante offered

the General Manager’s

its residents a physical space, paired with a life style

Office, the Safety Office

concept that, when taken together, are considered the

and in Public Information, where her responsibilities

very best in modern living. Samesha thought Aliante

included providing administrative support, assist with

would be a place where they could live, work, shop,

coordination of internal/external events at the Springs

eat, enjoy outdoor recreation, the mountain ranges

Preserve and administered the financial budget pro-

and/or just relax. Samesha is very appreciative for

cess for the division. Samesha has been retired now

the opportunity to serve on the Social Committee and

for seven (7) years.

states, “She has already learned much about the com-

Currently, Samesha is the Chief Operating Offi-

munity she admired from afar and now lives within.”

cer for M.R. Consulting Inc., a full-service, community

In her spare time, Samesha enjoys dancing,

relations and consulting agency based in North Las

cycling, playing Connect Four and Chess (and says

Vegas, NV. She oversees the day-to-day operations

she is very good in the latter.)

of the company.

Samesha was born in Monroe, Louisiana, Janu-

Always actively involved, Samesha previously

ary 1, (New Year’s Day) and moved to Las Vegas, NV

served concurrently, as Secretary of the local Branch

in 1955. She and Mujaheed will celebrate their 50th

of the NAACP, the local Chapter of AARP, a volunteer

wedding anniversary on August 4th of this year. They

Advocate, Secretary and Board member for The Rape

Nicklin Community Management Manager: Lisa Carrion (702) 851-7660 Autumn Ridge/Springdale FirstService Residential Manager: Elizabeth Polanco (702) 737-8580 Club Aliante Prime Community Management Manager: Tamara Nelson (702) 869-0937 Estates at Aliante FirstService Residential Manager: Sharon Tierney (702) 215-5077 Fields at Aliante Thoroughbred Management Manager: Sarah O’Brien (702) 515-2042 Prominence at Aliante CAMCO Manager: Alisca Redmon (702) 531-3382

have two wonderful, successful daughters, Shasta

Sun City Aliante

Crisis Center (now known as Signs of Hope,) and a

and Sumayah, and one beautiful, intelligent grand-

recent graduate from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Citi-

daughter Kailyn Sanniyah.

FirstService Residential Manager: Damian Carrasco (on site) (702) 638-5000

zens Police Academy. Samesha now serves as Membership Chairperson for the local Chapter of AARP and is Secretary/Treasurer for the Shepherd’s Care

Samesha Ramadan Social Committee

The Court at Aliante FirstService Residential Manager: Cole Sommer (702) 215-5077 The Manor at Aliante

Important Aliante Community Links

Management Trust Manager: Richard Aparis (702) 835-6904 ext. 2748 The Seasons at Aliante FirstService Residential Manager: Michelle Gonzales (702) 737-8580 Seville Etage

Aliante Aerial in Digital Form

FirstService Residential Manager: Sharon Tierney (702) 215-5077

The technical age is in full swing and the Aliante Master is always working on improving our communication skills. The Publications Committee, in an effort to better serve the community, will start emailing the Aliante Aerial in digital form.

FirstService Residential Manager: Courtney Maurer (702) 737-8580

Please make sure we have your email address in our data base so that you may receive the most current, up to date information. See our “Are You Missing Out?” article in this issue to learn how to update your email address and stay connected.


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Treviso FirstService Residential Manager: Michelle Gonzales (702) 737-8580

State Your Claim

Mark Your Calendars

Could Nevada be holding money for you?

What money you may ask, Items specified in Nevada Revised Statutes 120A says Nevada could hold financial assets owed to an individual or a bus iness, including securities, bank accounts, uncashed payroll checks, utility

Republic Bulk Pickup Schedule A San Destin-Tivoli San Destin-Ravello

Aug 8, 22 Sept 5, 19 Oct 3, 17, 31

deposits, insurance proceeds, gift certificates, and other items. The primary mission of the Nevada Unclaimed Property Division is to reunite original owners with their property. The Treasurer’s Office is charged with safeguarding the value of these assets in perpetuity. The original owner or heir never loses the ability to claim the property value. Note: Unclaimed Property Does Not Include Real Estate Or Vehicles.

Here is how you can check to see if you have unclaimed money. Go to the Nevada State Treasurer website and click the yellow smiley face option that says “search for unclaimed money”. It really is that easy. Not from Nevada? You can state your claim in other states as well. Go to There is no fee to file a claim or to search for property.

Schedule B Club Aliante Sun City Aliante Schedule Cove Pavona Salerno Terrasini Manor

C Estates Prominence Seville Etage Courts Seasons

Schedule D Autumn Ridge/Springdale San Destin-Palazzo

Aug 9, 23 Sept 6, 20 Oct 4, 18 LaVella Ravenna Serenata Fields Treviso

Aug 9, 23 Sept 6, 20 Oct 4, 18 Vialetto

Aug 10, 24 Sept 7, 21 Oct 5, 19

Please note: Trash Containers and garbage cans may only be placed on the curb or at the end of a lot for pickup twelve (12) hours before the scheduled pick-up date and time. The containers and cans must be removed from the pickup location within twelve (12) hours after pickup.(Section 10.3 of the Rules and Regulations) If containers have not been serviced, please contact Republic Services at 702.735.5151



2760 West Deer Springs Way, Suite 104 North Las Vegas, NV 89084

Important Phone Numbers 911 Emergency Police or Fire. . . . . . . . . . . City of North Las Vegas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NLV Abandoned Vehicles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NLV Animal Protection Services - Dispatch. NLV Broken Street Lights. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NLV Building Complaints. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NLV Building Permits. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NLV Business Licensing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NLV Code Enforcement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NLV Crime Prevention . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NLV Debris in Street. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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311 Non-Emergency Police . NLV Environmental Hazards . NLV Graffiti Removal. . . . . . . NLV Park Maintenance . . . . . NLV Park Reservations . . . . . NLV Street Lights Out. . . . . . NLV Street Repair . . . . . . . . . NLV Traffic Signals/Signs . . . NLV Water Shut Off . . . . . . . NLV Water Waste . . . . . . . . . Abandoned Shopping Carts .

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Notice of 2022 Board Meetings PURSUANT TO NEVADA REVISED STATUTES (“NRS”) Chapter 116, this notice

the agenda. Please note that any comments made by any homeowner during

is being published to advise you that the Board meetings have been scheduled

the open forum, both at the beginning and at the end of the meeting, shall be

for 2022. The meetings will take place at the FirstService Residential Aliante

limited to three (3) minutes in order to allow time for all homeowners to speak

Marketplace Office, located at 2760 Deer Springs Way, Suite 104, North Las

should they wish to do so.

Vegas, NV 89084. Please be advised that there will be an open forum at the

Pursuant to NRS Chapter 116, please be advised that the meeting will be

beginning and the end of the meeting, during which time all homeowners in

audio recorded; provided, however, that the executive session shall not be audio

attendance will be given the opportunity to address other Association members

recorded. A copy of the audio recording will be available to all homeowners not

and the Board of Directors (the “Board”). With respect to the open forum at the

more than thirty (30) days after the meeting. Homeowners may obtain a copy of

beginning of the meeting, please note that any comments or questions made by

the audio recording by contacting FirstService Residential in writing at 2760 Deer

any homeowners during such open forum are limited to items that are listed on

Springs Way, Suite 104, North Las Vegas, NV 89084, or at

IF YOU WOULD LIKE A COPY of the agenda prior to

minutes or a summary thereof in electronic format

2022 Board of Directors Meetings

the date of the meeting, you may contact FirstSer-

at no charge to the homeowner. If a copy of the

The Executive Session meetings begin at 6:00 p.m.

vice Residential at (702) 399-4273 or you may view

minutes or a summary thereof is not available in

and the General Session meetings begin at 7:00 p.m.,

a copy on the website. Otherwise, you may obtain

electronic format, homeowners can request a copy

via Webex unless otherwise announced.

a copy of the agenda at the meeting. Furthermore,

in paper format. All copies in paper format will be

please be advised that minutes for the meeting will

subject to a charge of twenty-five cents ($.25) per

July 28, 2022

be available not more than thirty (30) days after

page for the first ten (10) pages, and then ten cents

August 25, 2022

the meeting. If you would like to obtain a copy of

($.10) per page for every page thereafter.

September 29, 2022 October 27, 2022

the minutes or a summary thereof, please contact

Please note that the Board may take action on

FirstService Residential at (702) 399-4273 or feel

any item on the agenda or any item that is consid-

November 17, 2022

free to visit the office during normal business hours.

ered an emergency pursuant to NRS Chapter 116.

December - No Board Meeting

All homeowners are entitled to receive a copy of the


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