GOVERNMENT MAY 22 2014 GRF TENTATIVE AGENDA
The following is the tentative agenda for the Golden Rain Foundation monthly board meeting, scheduled for May 22 at 10 a.m. in Clubhouse 4.
**Agenda is Subject to Change**
•Call to Order
•Pledge of Allegiance
•Announcements
•Member Comments
•Roll Call
•Minutes of the Regular Meeting of April 22, 2014
•Disband Traffic Enforcement Ad hoc Committee
•Amend Policy 1428, Clubhouse Artwork Displays
•Amend Policy 1432, Liability Insurance - Caterers
•Adopt Policy 1466, Exercise Room Rules, Limitations and Etiquette, and Rescind Policies 1464 and 1464.1
•Adopt Policy 1468, Pool Rules, Limitations and Etiquette, and Rescind Policy 1461 and Regulation 1462
•Amend Policy 3050, Security Functions
•Adopt Policy 5046, Records Management
•Amend Procedure 5091, Basic Safety Responsibilities
•Amend Policies 5440, Emergency Plan, and 5442, Community Emergency Preparedness
•Amend Policy 5533, Process Service
•Authorize Implementation of Safety Program
•Award Contract for Sewer Cleaning Services
•Award Contract for Clubhouse Four Concrete Replacement
•Approve GRF Wireless Network Upgrade
• Approve Volunteer Participant Accident Insurance Program
•Adopt Policy 1920.1, Traffic Rules and Regulations – Enforcement (TENTATIVE VOTE)
•Communications Committee Report
•Executive Committee Report
•Finance Committee Report
•Information Tech. Services Committee Report
•Library Committee Report
•Physical Property Committee Report
•Recreation Committee Report
•Security, Bus & Traffic Committee Report
•Controller’s Report
•Executive Director’s Report
•Board Member Comments/Requests
•Adjournment

WE THE PEOPLE
The We The People Club will not meet May 26 due to Memorial Day. The purpose of the club is to offer educational information about living in Leisure World. Shareholders and guests are invited. For more information, visit LWSB.com, under “Clubs,” select in “Education” in the drop down or call 431-4061.

CARPORT CLEANINGS
The following is the holiday carport cleaning schedule for 2014:
Memorial Day, May 26
•Mutual 10, Carports 117-124, will be cleaned Thursday, May 29, instead of Monday, May 26.
Independence Day, July 4
•Mutual 2, Carports 27-29, 36-38, will be cleaned Monday, June 30, instead of Friday, July 4.
•Mutual 3, Carports 43-44, will be cleaned Monday, June 30, instead of Friday, July 4.
Labor Day, Sept. 1
•Mutual 1, Carports 1-6, 9-10, will be cleaned Friday, Aug. 29, instead of Monday, Sept. 1.
•Mutual 17, Building 3, will be cleaned Friday, Aug. 29, instead of Monday, Sept. 1.
Veterans Day, Nov. 11
•Mutual 3, Carports 45-50, will be cleaned Friday, Oct. 31, instead of Tuesday, Nov. 11.
•Mutual 4, Carports 51-53, will be cleaned Friday, Oct. 31, instead of Tuesday, Nov. 11.
Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 27
•Mutual 11, Carports 130-131, will be cleaned Friday, Nov. 28, instead of Thursday, Nov. 27.
•Mutual 15, Carports 3, 6-8, 10-13, will be cleaned Friday, Nov. 28, instead of Thursday, Nov. 27.
•Mutual 16, Carport 9, will be cleaned Friday, Nov. 28, instead of Thursday, Nov. 27.
Christmas Day, Dec. 25

•Mutual 11, Carports 130-131, will be cleaned Monday, Dec. 29, instead of Thursday, Dec. 25.
•Mutual 15, Carports 3, 6-8, 10-13, will be cleaned Monday, Dec. 29, instead of Thursday, Dec. 25.
• •Mutual 16, Carport 9, will be cleaned Monday, Dec. 29, instead of Thursday, Dec. 25.
New Year’s Day, Jan. 1
•Mutual 2, Carports 25-26, 30-35, will be cleaned Wednesday, Dec. 31, instead of Thursday, Jan. 1.

ELECTRONIC RECYCLING
Living Green Recycling, which provides free electronic recycling in LW, has changed the frequency of its Leisure World pick-up dates from weekly to quarterly.
The next pickups are scheduled for Oct. 6, Jan. 5, April 6, July 6 and Oct. 5.
LWers can recycle:
• Televisions
• Laptops and computers
• Monitors and hard drives
• Cell phones/cell phone batteries
• Rechargeable batteries
• Network equipment
•Power supplies and power adapters
• Laptop and UPS batteries
• Printers
• Cables and wires
• Ink cartridges
• Phones
• Stereos, VCRs, DVD players
• Small kitchen appliances
Living Green does not accept large appliances­, refrigerators, washers, dryers, freezers, stoves, non-rechargeable batteries, alkaline batteries, light bulbs, florescent bulbs, paint, solvents, pharmaceutical drugs of any kind or toxic waste. For more information or to schedule a pickup, call Living Green Recycling at (866) 674-3177, ext. 10.

MUTUAL MEETINGS
•Mutual 1
9:30 a.m., open forum; 9:45 a.m., meeting starts; Thursday, May 22, Administration
•Mutual 11, annual
10 a.m., Thursday, May 22, Clubhouse 4
•Mutual 12, special
9 a.m., Friday, May 23, Physical Property
•Mutual 9, annual
10 a.m., Friday, May 23, Cluhouse 4
•Mutual 6
9:30 a.m., Friday, May 23, Administration
•Mutual 8, annual
10 a.m., Tuesday, May 27, Clubhouse 4
•Mutual 16, annual
2 p.m., Wednesday, May 28, Clubhouse 4
•Mutual 4, annual
10 a.m., Wednesday, May 28, Clubhouse 4
The following mutuals cancelled meetings: Mutual 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 16.

SALON SHOOTER SENTENCED
Scott Evans Dekraai, 44, Huntington Beach, is awaiting sentencing for murdering eight people and attempting to murder a ninth at the Salon Meritage in 2011. It was the largest mass-murder in Orange County history.
Mr. Dekraai’s sentencing date will be determined pending completion of ongoing hearings. The defendant faces a minimum sentence of life in state prison without the possibility of parole, according to the Orange County District Attorney’s Office.
He pleaded guilty May 2 to eight felony counts of special circumstances murder for committing multiple murders and one felony count of attempted murder.
When the case moves to the penalty phase, a jury will consider the aggravating and mitigating circumstances of the evidence to determine the defendant’s penalty—death or life without the possibility of parole. An aggravating circumstance is any fact, condition, or event relating to the commission of a crime that increases the wrongfulness of the defendant’s conduct, nature of the offense, or harmful impact of the crime that supports the decision to impose the death penalty. Mitigating circumstances support not imposing the death penalty by p
roviding any fact, condition, or event that reduces the defendant’s blameworthiness of the crime, even if it does not legally justify or excuse the crime.
On the morning of Oct. 12, 2011, Mr. Dekraai got into a verbal argument on the phone with his ex-wife, 48-year-old Michelle Marie Fournier, over a custody dispute regarding their 8-year-old son.
At approximately 1:20 p.m. that day, Dekraai entered Salon Meritage on Pacific Coast Highway in Seal Beach,
where his ex-wife worked as a hair stylist. The defendant was wearing a bullet-proof vest under his clothing and armed himself with three firearms before walking into the salon with the intention of murdering his ex-wife and other people who may have been present. Approximately 15 people were inside at the time.
At 1:21 p.m., Mr. Dekraai walked through the salon and executed employees and customers at random by shooting them at close range in the head and chest. The firearms included a 9 MM Springfield, Smith & Wesson .44 Magnum, and a Heckler & Koch .45.
Dekraai shot several of the victims multiple times using two of the firearms and stopped to reload when his ammunition ran out. The shooting lasted about two minutes.
Other people inside the salon attempted to escape by hiding, locking themselves in private treatment rooms, or running outside. Dekraai shot eight people inside the salon.
Six of the eight victims inside the salon were pronounced dead at the scene. The two other victims were transported to Long Beach Memorial Medical Center in critical condition. One of those victims died that afternoon at the hospital. The eighth victim suffered serious injuries but survived.
The seven murdered victims from inside the salon include (in alphabetical order): Victoria Ann Buzzo, 54, Laguna Beach, salon employee; Laura Lee Elody, 46, Huntington Beach, salon employee; Randy Lee Fannin, 62, Murrieta, salon owner; Michele Daschbach Fast, 47, Seal Beach, salon client; Michelle Marie Fournier, 48, Los Alamitos, salon employee; Lucia Bernice Kondas, 65, Huntington Beach, salon client; and Christy Lynn Wilson, 47, Lakewood, salon employee.
Victim Harriet Stretz, then 73, of Los Alamitos, was critically injured but survived her injuries. She was a having her hair done by her daughter Elody, who was fatally shot.
Mr. Dekraai then walked out of the salon. As he approached his white Toyota Tundra pick-up truck to flee the scene, the defendant saw a dark sport utility vehicle parked nearby with a male seated in the driver’s seat. He approached the victim, who was alone in his car, and executed him by shooting him in the head through the closed front passenger side window. This victim was David Caouette, 64, Seal Beach.
An SBPD officer, who was nearby in the neighborhood, was the first to arrive at the scene in response to a 911 call from a person in the restaurant next door to the salon. Witnesses pointed the officer to the defendant’s vehicle as Mr. Dekraai attempted to drive away.
SBPD dispatch received information from the 911 caller at 1:25:36 p.m. that the defendant was driving away from the scene. At 1:26:07 p.m., only 30 seconds later, the defendant was stopped by SBPD in an emergency traffic stop.
Officers from SBPD, with their guns drawn, yelled for the defendant to exit his vehicle. Dekraai got out of his car, got down on his knees, placed his hands behind his head, and was arrested. At the time of his arrest, Dekraai was in possession of the three firearms and a significant amount of ammunition in his truck.
—from a prepared release from the OC Office of the District Attorney

YOUR LEGISLATORS
NATIONAL
President Barack Obama
Vice President Joe Biden
The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Wash., D.C., 20500; (202) 456-1414, switchboard; (202) 456-1111, comments; website: www.whitehouse.gov
U.S. SENATE
•Barbara Boxer, D, District Office: 312 N. Spring St., No. 1748, Los Angeles, CA, 90012; (213) 894-5000; boxer.senate.gov
Dianne Feinstein, D, District Office: 11111 Santa Monica Blvd., No. 915, Los Angeles, CA, 90025; (310) 914-7300; feinstein.senate.gov
U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
•Dana Rohrabacher, R, 46th, District Office: 101 Main St., No. 380, Huntington Beach, CA, 92648; (714) 960-6483; rochrabacher.house.gov (District covers Costa Mesa, Fountain Valley, Huntington Beach, Seal Beach, Long Beach (coastal and east side), Avalon, San Pedro (port area), Palos Verdes Peninsula and parts of Santa Ana and Westminster.
STATE GOVERNOR

•Gov. Jerry Brown, State Capitol Building, Suite 1173, Sacramento, CA, 95814; (916) 445-2841; website: gov.ca.gov
STATE SENATE
•Lou Correa, 34th District, District Office: 950 South Coast Dr., Suite 240, Costa Mesa, CA, 92626; (714) 957-4555; Capitol Office: State Capitol, Room 5052, Sacramento, CA, 95814-4900; (916) 651-4034; District Office: 2323 N Broadway, Suite 245, Santa Ana, CA, 92706;
(714) 558-4400 (covers the cities of Anaheim, Buena Park, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Santa Ana, Stanton and Westminster.) Note: Sen. Correa is temporarily representing Seal Beach pending 2014 elections due to redistricting).
STATE ASSEMBLY
•Travis Allen, 72nd District, Capitol Office: PO Box 942849, Room 5126, Sacramento, CA, 94249-0072; (916) 319-2072; District Office: 17011 Beach Blvd., Suite 570, Huntington Beach, CA, 92647; (714) 843-4966; (covers parts of Huntington Beach, Westminster, Garden Grove, Fourntain Valley, Seal Beach, Los Alamitos, Rossmoor)
ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
•John Moorlach, supervisor, District 2,10 Civic Center Plaza, Santa Ana, 92701; (714) 834-3220; egov.ocgov.com
SEAL BEACH COUNCIL
Seal Beach City Hall, 211 Eighth St., Seal Beach, 90740; (562) 431-2527; www.sealbeachca.gov/government/council/; Ellery A. Deaton, District 1, mayor; David W. Sloan, District 2, mayor pro tem; and members Gordon A. Shanks, District 3; Gary A. Miller, District 4; and Michael P. Levitt, District 5.