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May

Great information in this month’s newsletter! Check out the reminders first. The most important one being lawn sprinklers. If yours aren’t turned on yet, please let us know.

Important Reminders

1)Your sprinklers should be turned on by now. If our sprinkler crew was unable to access your control unit, they would have left a note on your door. Please be sure your sprinkler control unit is programmed and operational. If you have any questions regarding this, please contact Pam.
pam@rentalsinboise.com 208-514-4865

2)If you are one of our lucky tenants who has lawn care provided, and also has a pet, please be sure to keep your pet’s waste picked up. Nothing ruins a lawn maintenance man’s day more than to be sprayed with pet poop!

3)Lawn mowing and weeding is a weekly task now that the weather has warmed up.

4)If you have any maintenance concerns for your yard or your home please CONTACT US! All maintenance concerns should be addressed to pam@rentalsinboise.com. cc: spencer@rentalsinboise.com. In the SUBJECT line state: MAINTENANCE REQUEST. We really appreciate you helping us to help you keep your home in tip-top condition.

Do You Recycle?

Have you heard about the great pacific plastic garbage patch, now three times the size of France? A massive vortex of trash floating in the Pacific Ocean. There is no doubt that our excessive use of plastic and other packaging is creating massive pollution problems that are contributing to environmental disaster. Meanwhile, the USA recycled trash has been so poorly handled China has now refused to take it. Metro areas across our nation are scrambling to find a recyling solution. If you live in Boise, you may have noticed recent notification of their new proposed recyling system. In my own circle of friends I have heard plenty of grumbling about having to now utilize 3 different trash containers, but I encourage everyone to look on the bright side. It appears to me that Boise may have come up with a solution that not only recycles more plastics than we were able to before, but it will be put to use in a positive way that helps our own US economy. And of course the biggest bonus is, keeping plastic from polluting our environment. If you missed the flyer in your most recent bill, check out the information on Curb it Boise. You will be receiving orange garbage bags soon to recycle the additional plastics and foam containers. All other cities in the Treasure Valley remain on a restricted plastics recycling program. Please visit Republic Services to understand which plastics can be recycled.

For those of you who participate in the composting program in Boise, compost is ready for pick up now! Find out where you can pick up your FREE compost HERE.

Paddles Up Poké. Keeping Us Raw!

Have you ever eaten poké? This classic Hawaiian dish takes chunks of raw fish, adds some tasty toppings and serves this simple selection of healthy raw delicacies on top of a bed of rice, zoodles or fresh mixed greens. It really sounds too simple to taste good doesn’t it? But that is what is super deceiving. There is nothing simple about the amazing complexities of the taste sensation of a Paddles Up Poké meal!

Dan Landucci and Jordan Tapangco co-owners of Paddles Up Poké have created a Poké bar where you can pick and choose your ingredients to totally customize your meal. Aside from the wonderful flavors of the fresh vegetables and fish, the piranha source marinade, and selection of tasting topping sauces add exquisite flavors to this healthy satisfying meal.

So why Paddles Up? Apparently this is a rafting term. When rafting a river and approaching a rapid, it is correct form to put your paddles upright to signify preparation and attack mode to navigate the oncoming challenge. This term has been adopted by the Landucci family as a life motto, and seems wonderfully fitting as the name for the restaurant of Dan’s life-long dream.

May marks the one-year anniversary for Paddles Up Poké. To celebrate this milestone they will be hosting an amazing event during Boise’s First Thursday on May 3rd. Join them to celebrate at 5:00pm, and enjoy partners in partying, Spoonthumb Ice Cream, Red Light Challenge, Powderhaus Brewery, and local artists Mrs. Kilcup and Idaho Adventures Art. As an extra bonus you will also receive one free beer with every purchase of a Paddles Up Poké meal.

Menu items include Poké Bowls, Poké Burritos and Nachos, Catch of The Day Your Way, and to mark their one-year anniversary they are introducing two new menu items - Sun Valley Poké Burger, and Tamarack Tacos! Paddles Up Poké has two locations serving Boise and Meridian, providing Idahoans with a quick meal to support their active lifestyles. Stop in and see them soon and use your VIT discount coupon to receive a free beer or soft drink with purchase of a meal.

Paddles Up Poké
Downtown Boise: 237 N 9th. 208-412-5581
Eagle Rd, Meridian: 13601 W. McMillan Road, Suite 104. 208-941-1593
Email: paddlesuppoke@gmail.com
Website: paddlesuppoke.com
LIKE their Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/paddlesuppokenwboise/

Idaho River Sports Offers 50% Discount.

The weather has been pleasantly warm recently. A great opportunity to take advantage of the VIT 50% Discount Voucher on Kayak, Canoe and Paddleboard pond rentals at Idaho River Sports. Expires May 15, so hurry down there and enjoy a paddle around Quinn’s Pond at White Water Park.

Incase you missed the article on Idaho River Sports, check it out HERE.

Don’t forget to view the Tenant Resources Page to redeem VIT coupons.
There are some with no expiration date – well worth checking out!

Realty Management Associates, Inc., CRMC®
4290 W Chinden Blvd
Boise, ID 83714
(208) 377-8889





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