Summer 2020


HOA News and Planned Development

HOA News and Planned Development
The last three months of Covid closures and pandemic social distancing have certainly been an interesting time period here in Albuquerque. In our neighborhood it has led to a daily sight of residents walking for exercise, strollers out in the warm afternoon and the sound of children laughing and playing most afternoons. All wonderful activities in Seven Bar North that sometimes get lost in the hustle and bustle of daily life.
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ACC Approvals
Westside clouds

ACC Approvals

Stephen Arguelles, ACC Chair
It's that time of year when home improvement projects are on the horizon. Please remember if you plan on doing any projects that include work to the exterior of the home, landscape, driveway or walls, you need approval from the ACC beforehand.
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Stephen Arguelles
Albuquerque is still in a Sellers’ market and with 1,932 homes on the market, we have a very low inventory level. This low supply drives the price point higher, where most Buyers are paying a premium.
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Trail work

Trail Re-work

John Currier, Landscape Committee Chair
The HOA is continuing to re-work the trail system. In 2019, the section of trail from Black Arroya to Farola was re-worked. Dead and dying shrubs were removed and replaced with new trees and shrubs.
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Communication Team

Seven Bar North Website

Nena Perkin, Communication Team Chair
Our new website was launched on May 21st! We hope you are enjoying the new format and updated features. The “Residents Only” option is under development and will be available soon. Please keep an eye on your inbox to receive the announcement and relevant information once this option becomes available.
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If you have any Wordpress.org expertise, please consider joining the Communication Team. Your skills would be invaluable in improving communication with our homeowners. Email info@7barnorthhoa.com.

Yards and Gardens

DD Lane, Compliance Team Chair
I suspect we have all been spending extra time this year outdoors during our long days in our yards and gardens. I’ve seen signs of my neighbors not only weeding but cleaning and organizing our yards, sheds, and garages. Know that both Albuquerque and Rio Rancho city waste sites are open to drop off your yard and other waste.

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APD NW Area Command

Cecily Barker, Acting Commander, FSB, Northwest Area Command
Type of Call
01/01/20- 04/30/20
Residential Burglary
Auto Burglary
Stolen Vehicle
Albuquerque Crime Map
The Northwest Area Command has been focusing its efforts towards reducing gun violence. Officers are directed to proactively patrol “hot spots” for gun related crimes.
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Manager's Corner

Corder Team Changes

Jack Corder
Oh the spring time — the flowers are blooming, the trees have leaves, and the grass is green again. It also means that the weeds are back! We have started regular inspections again, so please help the association by keeping up with yard work. Any questions you have can be answered by calling our office at 896-7700 or sending an email to Associations@corderandcompany.com.
We have noticed some trees that were beginning to bud were caught in the late freeze. We encourage you to keep an eye on your trees. When trees get stressed, they are more likely to catch a disease or become infested with insects.
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City Councilor Cynthia Borrego

Dear District 5 Constituents,
These last two and a half months working to stay ahead of COVID-19 have been and continue to be trying. Our office has worked closely with Mayor Tim Keller and his staff, as well as the Governor’s administration to create a vision for recovery, recognizing that resources are severely taxed. Rest assured we are working together to stay ahead of this emergency.
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