Weekly eBlast - Section 1 (Meetings and Notices)
MARCH 16, 2023

Sun City Aliante Nominated as
Outstanding Large Association of the Year for 2022
Board President Warren Geller and 
General Manager Damian Carrasco Also Nominated 
We are proud to announce that Sun City Aliante has been nominated by the Community Associations Institute (CAI) as the Southern Nevada Outstanding Large Association of the Year for 2022.
This is the fifth consecutive year that Sun City Aliante has been nominated for this prestigious award (considered the equivalent of the "CAI Oscar"). Most recently, Sun City was nominated and won the award
for 2018, 2019, 2021. In 2020, we were again nominated for the award.
In addition, Warren Geller, President of the Sun City Aliante Board of Directors, and Damian Carrasco, General Manager of Sun City Aliante, have been nominated by CAI respectively as the Board Member of the Year and the Onsite Manager of the Year.
Congratulations to the Board of Directors and staff of team members for their dedication and hard work to enhance the experience of every resident.
We will find out if we win at the annual gala at
The Plaza Hotel and Casino on March 31.
The Next Board Meeting is scheduled on
Wednesday, April 12, 2023
Executive Session at 6:15 p.m. (closed to homeowners)
and Open Session at 7 p.m.
    Architectural Review (review session)
March 16
8:30 a.m.
    Architectural Review
March 17
8:30 a.m.
March 17
10 a.m.
    Covenants (Closed Session)
March 28
4 p.m.
March 29
3:15 p.m.
March 15
10 a.m.
March 20
2 p.m.
    Property & Grounds
March 16
1 p.m.
Architectural Review 1 Reviews owner site/home exterior change requests to ensure they comply with community standards of aesthetics and quality.
Communications 2
Oversees the website & Committee
events and assists the Editor of the Breeze magazine.
Covenants 0 Ensures residents are complying with HOA guidelines and other governing documents.
Oversees the BOD Candidate Election process including the counting of the ballots and the certification of election results.  
Finance 1 Ensures the Association's finances and budgets are secure, and the Association is in compliance with state and federal laws.
Lifestyle 0 Assists Lifestyle Director overseeing Chartered Clubs & Special Interest Groups and advises the Board on policies, rules & guidelines for use of Association facilities.
Patrol 0 Oversees the Patrol volunteers who observe & report hazards/incidents within the Community to the appropriate authorities. 
Property & Grounds 0 Oversees the upkeep & maintenance of all Association common areas, including the Community Center.
All Committee positions are voluntary. We encourage you to consider becoming more actively involved in your community by joining one of the Sun City Aliante Committees.
You can pick up a “Committee Interest Application” at the Front Desk or in the Customer Service Office. Alternatively, you can print an application by logging onto the Sun City Aliante website, "mouse-over" the “Documents” menu item, click on "Commonly Used Forms,” and select & print the "Committee Interest Application." In either case, complete the Application and return it to the Front Desk.
Saturday, April 1 & Sunday, April 2            
7 a.m - 3 p.m.
Sun City Aliante
Board of Directors 2023
Candidate Forum
The BOD Candidates, pictured during the Candidate Forum, seated (l-r) are Joe Caggiano, Larry Cory, Warren Geller, Nancy Prince, and Mark Towers. Moderator Steve Vitali is standing on the right.
 The Election Committee hosted an informative Candidate Forum on March 11 which was attended by the five Candidates running to fill the three Board of Directors positions: Larry Caggiano, Larry Cory, Warren Geller, Nancy Prince and Mark Towers. 
The event was well received by residents who had the opportunity to learn more about each candidate during the question and answer discussion, led by the Forum Moderator, Mr. Steve Vitali.  Residents were also able to speak to candidates themselves. Following the Candidate Forum, residents enjoyed a light lunch.  
If If you weren’t able to attend the Forum, the candidate’s photographs and bios are on a display table in the Sun City Aliante Community Center and were published in the March issue of The Breeze.
 You can also go online to the Sun City Aliante website www.suncityaliante.org. Just select the word “News Flash” in the blue boxes on the right-hand side of the homepage.  
You can also view a complete video of the event, produced by Richard Lawhead, on the homepage of the Sun City Aliante website, which includes the Candidates opening and closing statements and answers to the Moderator’s questions. 
Please select the link below to view the complete video of the
 Candidate Forum and read the candidate bios.
Ballots for the upcoming election are scheduled to be mailed to qualified homeowners in early April. Please read and follow the directions included in the mailing to be sure your ballot will be counted.  Vote for no more than three of the five candidates. 
The Annual Meeting of the all the members of the Sun City Aliante Community Association will begin at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, May 10 in the Vista Room.  The meeting will then recess to count the ballots.
The Annual Association Membership Meeting will reconvene at 12:15 p.m. Immediately following the conclusion of this meeting, the Board of Directors meeting will begin. The 2023 Election results will be announced at the conclusion of the Board of Directors meeting.   

 The North Las Vegas Library District will extend their hours in April.  Beginning Monday, April 3, the Aliante and Alexander Libraries will extend their hours of operation on Wednesdays and Thursdays to 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Please take advantage of this extension and all of the things
our libraries have to offer. 
The Internal Revenue Service kicked off the 2023 tax filing season with a focus on improving service and a reminder to taxpayers to file electronically with direct deposit to speed refunds and avoid delays. 
Following a successful opening of its systems, the IRS is now accepting and processing 2022 tax returns. Taxpayers have until April 18 to file their taxes this year, but some taxpayers living overseas and disaster victims may have later filing deadlines. Alabama, California and Georgia storm victims now have until May 15 to file various federal individual and business tax returns and make tax payments. 
Taxpayers can count on IRS delivering improved service this filing season of the Inflation Reduction Act, the IRS has more than 5,000 new telephone assistors and added more in-person staff to help taxpayers. 
IRS tips for a smooth filing Z
Fastest refunds by e-filing, avoiding paper returns: To avoid refund delays, IRS encourages taxpayers to file their tax return electronically with direct deposit instead of submitting a paper tax return. Taxpayers may use IRS Free File on IRS.gov, other tax software or a trusted tax professional. Members of the armed forces and qualifying veterans can file their federal tax return and up to three state tax returns for free electronically using MilTax, a Department of Defense program. 
Avoid phone delays; online resources best option for help: IRS.gov is the quickest and easiest option for help. IRS assisted phone lines continue to receive a high volume of calls. To avoid delays, check IRS.gov first for refund information and answers to tax questions. Setting up an Online Account on IRS.gov can also help taxpayers get information quickly. IRS Online Account was recently expanded to allow more people to gain access. The Interactive Tax Assistant can also help taxpayers get answers to many tax questions online at any time. 
Online options for free help; answers to common questions: Use IRS.gov to get answers to tax questions, check a refund status or pay taxes. No wait time or appointment needed — online tools and resources are available 24 hours a day. 
Other free options for help: IRS Free File is available to any person or family who earned $73,000 or less in 2022. For taxpayers who are comfortable completing their own tax forms, Free File Fillable Forms may be a good option. MilTax is a free tax resource available to the military community, and it’s offered through the Department of Defense.
Qualified taxpayers can also find free one-on-one tax preparation help nationwide through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance and Tax Counseling for the Elderly programs. 
2021 tax returns still being processed: Taxpayers can check Where’s My Amended Return? to find out the status of their tax year 2021 Form 1040-X and can still file their 2022 tax returns even if their 2021 tax returns haven’t been processed. Visit the IRS Operations page for more information on what to expect. 
April 18 tax deadline: This year, the filing deadline is April 18 for most taxpayers, but automatic six-month extensions of time to file are available for anyone for free. See Extension of Time to File Your Tax Return for instructions. Taxpayers should be aware that filing Form 4868 only extends the time to file tax returns. Those who owe taxes should still pay by April 18 to avoid late payment penalties.
The Breeze Magazine
We are now working on the April issue of The Breeze.
You can view the March issue online at www.suncityaliante.org.
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News Flash on the right side of the Home Page.
If you have any questions or concerns about The Breeze magazine, please email
the Editor, Trish Williamson, at TWilliamson@suncityaliante.us or 702-638-5000.
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