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District Luncheons Scheduled

Luncheons for residents of two of the four YELOA Districts have been scheduled for February as follows:

Feb 6       District A Luncheon

Feb 20      District B Luncheon

Mar 5 District C Luncheon

Mar 19 District D Luncheon

Location: The YECC Clubhouse. 

Time: Luncheons Begin at Noon

Each district will have a drawing for three $100 certificates toward a YECC Membership

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YELOA Board to Meet

The Yuma East Lot Owners Association Board will meet Monday, February 26th at the YECC Clubhouse.

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Malfunctioning Street Lighting

If a streetlight is on or off all the time, please get the number of the pole and the closest address to the pole.

Call the Arizona Public Service Company at 602-371-6140 or 800-253-9405 to get the light working again.

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How YELOA Communicates With Residents

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Are You OK?

The “Are You OK?” program is coordinated by the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO). The brochure below explains it in greater detail.

Representatives of YCSO will be present at the next YELLS Seminar on January 15th to discuss this and other programs.

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Dealing with Nuisance Animals

To report animal complaints, i.e., barking dogs, dog bites, stray dogs or cats, lost or found pets, animals running at large, or other animal related problems requiring the assistance of an Animal Control Officer, call the Yuma County Sheriff Office Animal Control dispatch at 928-783-4427.  

A Yuma County Animal Control Officer will respond to the call.

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YELOA Board November Meeting Minutes

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Yuma East as Army Auxiliary Airfield

When we first moved to Yuma East, I was curious about why Mesa St is angled the way it is.

With some research, I learned that it used to be a taxiway of Yuma Auxiliary Landing Field 1 in WW2. The photo above shows the Airfield looking West. The narrower pavement from middle left to lower right is now Mesa Drive, the vertical runway is now 35th Place. The Clubhouse would later be built in the bottom right of the triangle.

Read about it here:

The photo above shows the remains of Auxiliary Airfield #1 before development west of Fortuna erased the last remnants. North is at the top of this photo.

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How to Save on Internet Service

The Affordable Connectivity Program

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a government subsidy program that provides eligible households with a discount on broadband internet service and a one-time device discount. The program was created to help ensure that low-income households have access to high-speed internet, which is essential for work, school, healthcare, and more.

The ACP provides eligible households with a monthly discount of up to $30 on broadband internet service.

Eligible households can also receive a one-time discount of up to $100 to purchase a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet from participating providers with a co-payment of more than $10 and less than $50.

To be eligible for the ACP, a household must meet one of the following criteria:

  • The household income is at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. In 2023, that translates to a household income of $29,160 for a one person household or $39440 for a family of two.
  • A member of the household receives a Federal Pell Grant during the current award year.
  • A member of the household meets the eligibility criteria for a participating provider’s existing low-income internet program.
  • The household participates in one of the following assistance programs:
    • Free and Reduced-Price School Lunch Program or School Breakfast Program
    • Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
    • Head Start
    • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
    • Lifeline

Households can apply for the ACP online at GetInternet.gov. The application process is simple and only takes a few minutes to complete.

Households can also apply by mail or by calling 1-877-337-5692. Please note that there are for profit entities that will charge you for this free program, so be careful to go to the FCC website (getinternet.gov) to sign up.

Once a household is approved for the ACP, they will need to choose a participating internet provider. The ACP website has a list of participating providers in each state. Note at Yuma East, most residents subscribe to Spectrum which DOES participate. Visit https://www.spectrum.com/cp/broadband-get-qualified for more information on signing up with Spectrum for the ACP.

Note that you can switch to the ACP if you are either a new or existing Spectrum subscriber.

The ACP is a valuable program that can help low-income households in our Yuma East Community afford the internet service they need. If you are eligible for the program, we encourage you to apply today.

Next week, we will look at the ACP for cell phone service.

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Candidates for the YELOA Board

The following are candidates for the Yuma East Lot Owners Association Board. The Election is scheduled for the annual Meeting to be held in January, 2024.

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