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S.A.F.E: Tragedy around the corner? The safety of the children of our community...

By Scoop, on 13-02-2010 12:22

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     Over the past six months there have been at least five or six accidents in which children have been hit by cars either walking to school or home from school in Utah. I have been working with the local schools and parents over the past few years in trying to make the school zones and walking routes that the children of our community use to get to and home from school safer. The responsibility of ensuring the safety of streets and the safety of the crosswalks etc falls is that of the City of South Jordan (not to take away from the fact that the safety of the children also falls on the shoulders of the parents as well, however the parents do not have control over safety features that could be put in place for added safety of the children). 

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     In the past few years there has been some safety improvements made that I have been pushing for with the help of local leaders. One of those improvements was getting additional crossing guards at all three of our local Elementary Schools. One of the hurdles to get these crossing guards is the same hurdle that is still putting the children of our community at risk, which is the City of South Jordan’s concern of impeding the flow of traffic.

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SoDa RoW Review...

By Scoop, on 04-02-2010 15:45

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   So it’s been a few months since SoDa RoW in Daybreak has opened and here are my thoughts/reviews…

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Oppsie Daisy ~ Cute store, really great items, a little too expensive…

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San Gelato Café ~ Nice décor, good atmosphere, I have only had a few mochas here and have not had a chance to try or review the food; hopefully I will have the chance to do so soon. The feedback I have gotten is that the prices are a little too high, but that the food is good.

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Tio’s Mexican Restaurant ~ This is a tough one, I have been there twice, once it was great (had the fajitas) the next time it has horrible (had the taquitos), both times the service was bad, I hope they get it together…

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Guys Barber Shop ~ I have not been there yet, if anyone has please comment…

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Classic Cleaners ~ I have not been there yet, if anyone has please comment…

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Black Diamond Gymnastics ~ I have not been there yet, if anyone has please comment…

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PLEASE COMMENT at the bottom of this article and share your reviews/experiences of SoDa RoW. This is one of the only places you will get real reviews and feedback by Daybreak Residents…

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Daybreak 2010 Events & Activities Calendar

By Scoop, on 04-02-2010 15:28

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    Here is the Daybreak 2010 Event & Activities Calendar, I have been swamped the past few months, so kinds behind on stuff, sorry about that. Not much new here, although there are a few things missing this year, no Casino Night or Valentines Prom event’s. With the way the things are going with the economy there are some budgets cuts that needed to be made, although it is odd CCMC hired 5 new employees (CCMC claims that the move could end save up to $20k doing so), we’ll see…

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   In my opinion the Daybreak HOA (CCMC) is already overstaffed and overpaid, but hey CCMC’s first priority is to make money for CCMC. Anyways, more to come soon…

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Holiday Thought and Sharing!

By Scoop, on 22-12-2009 19:27

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   This is a message of hope, a glimpse of sunrays, and steady in faith for the holiday season.  Times could not be more pressing, ending a year to end all years. Some of us have made it to the finish line a bit more bruised, somewhat frayed, and a little less shinny. 

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   However, we have made it, by the grace of our faith, our family, and our friends. We are all connected by more than the internet; we are part of mankind, each facing a journey and path good, bad, or status quo. Each of us has a measure of gifts and abundance to share depending on our blessings. 

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   Some of us have faced uncertainty, trials, and challenging travels but each of us can reflect in the goodness of our sphere of influence, and our inner strength, I send you a Christmas blessing for your soul, and for your heart. Share it with your family, and as we approach the holiday season, and the end of a very blistering year, be thankful for one thing, bring it to our heart, and stand sturdy for the upcoming year and know that someone cares, and the thoughts and focus on important things will help you face tomorrow. 

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I hope you have a Happy Holidays, and a Very Merry Christmas.

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All the best,

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Joe Ross~

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Daybreak 2009 Annual Meeting ~ “The Fleecing of Daybreak Residents”

By Scoop, on 18-12-2009 15:46

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Sorry for the delay in getting this up, been swamped at work...

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   I wanted to start off by saying that my elbows and shoulders are not double jointed so I can’t pat myself on the back as did CCMC, but I appreciate all of your support and emails keep them coming, I hope you enjoy the real Daybreak website. Attached you will find the 2009 annual review docs from CCMC (Daybreak HOA), the first is the year in review from the HOA which is useless and the second is the meeting Q’s and Answers (some of which is very misleading, which I will get into soon).

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   So to start here is a look at what happened in Daybreak in 2009 (just the big stuff which you can read about in past articles on the site):

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Oquirrh Mountain Temple opened

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Oquirrh Lake beaches opened 

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Oquirrh Lake gets roundworm

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Early Light Academy opened

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SoDa Row Opened

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   Now as I read through the HOA review I see many strange comments, like the fact the HOA is taking pride in replacing dead trees with Daybreak Homeowners money? This is crazy, the HOA has dropped the ball for the past two years in identifying the dead tree’s so that that Valley Crest can replace them for free (we have a one year warranty on all trees planted). Why should the homeowners pay for them…The excuse used as to why we do not have open bids for the general landscaping is because Valley Crest offers one year warranties on landscaping, so if we are not using it then allow open bidding so some of the Daybreak Homeowners money can be preserved. The Dog Park is still not done and should not be opened since it is not maintained or safe for the dogs from time to time, the HOA and the BOD has promised to fix the ongoing issues but have not delivered,  I am sure most of you are not surprised.  And there is much more fluff in there read it for yourself, if you are looking for a good laugh. 

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