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Alta Mirada Thank You Message to Community Manager

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A Board member from the Alta Mirada Townhome Association located in Tempe, AZ left a note of appreciation for their Community Association Manager, Jaime Therrien.

“Jaime, you are the best community manager I have ever worked with. I know that you have other communities that you manage, but you somehow make it seem like we are the only one, or at least your favorite,” the Alta Mirada board member said.

“I sincerely hope that you will continue to support Alta Mirada for many years. Thank you for your excellent service to our community and HOA board.”

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