Announcement-Only Email List
Please sign up to receive Important Announcements about Renton Ridge, register for the announcements-only email list at http://groups.google.com/group/rentonridge_residents. On that page, click on Join Group. In the dialog box that appears, under How do you want to read this group?, choose Email. Please check your spam folder in case you don't receive email in your inbox.
Welcome to Renton Ridge Condominium Homeowners' Association!
We are excited and pleased to have this web site, which let you read minutes from past meetings, updates about happenings on the property, and announcements regarding matters important to residents and homeowners. The board of directors hopes you will continue to check back on this page frequently and see what is happening that is new. We will try our best to update it from time to time.
Renton Ridge Homeowner's Association Board meetings are held on the 4th Wednesdays of every month, at 7pm in Cabana. All homeowners and renters are welcome. Meeting minutes are posted on the website as soon as the Webmaster receives it. Therefore, if you do not see them posted on-time, then please email email@example.com
Property Management Contact: Colleen Poole firstname.lastname@example.org • The Management Trust - CDC • Main Office: 253-472-0825 • Fax: 253-472-0628 • Mailing Address: 15 Oregon Ave, Suite 308, Tacoma, WA 98409
Saturday, March 19, 2016 - 07:55 AM
We have just received the latest revision of the Rules and Regulations Handbook, please check out RRC_Rules_Regs_20160318.pdf
A MODERN FABLE Aesop's fables and other traditional children's stories involve allegory far too subtle for the youth of today. Children need an updated message with contemporary circumstance and plot line, and short enough to suit today's minute attention span. The Troubled Aardvark Once upon a time, there was an aardvark whose only pleasure in life was driving from his suburban bungalow to his job at a large brokerage house in his brand new 4x4. He hated his manipulative boss, his conniving and unethical co-workers, his greedy wife, and his snivelling, spoiled children. One day, the aardvark reflected on the meaning of his life and his career and on the unchecked, catastrophic decline of his nation, its pathetic excuse for leadership, and the complete ineffectiveness of any personal effort he could make to change the status quo. Overcome by a wave of utter depression and self-doubt, he decided to take the only course of action that would bring him greater comfort and happiness: he drove to the mall and bought imported consumer electronics goods. MORAL OF THE STORY: Invest in foreign consumer electronics manufacturers.-- Tom Annau