Ron Dietzler is the new homeowners association president for the Tiburon Meadows subdivision in Meridian.
Residents moved into the new subdivision in the past year.Dietzler
has big plans to get most of his
neighbors involved with social functions, as well as the subdivision's neighborhood watch program.
A tiny clubhouse is situated in the middle of the neighborhood, with a large lawn on either side.
"It's like a little town," Dietzler
The oval subdivision features homes of about 1,200 to 1,700 square feet, ranging in price from around $170,000 to nearly $240,000.Dietzler
wife, Judie, chose Tiburon Meadows because the couple was downsizing from a much larger Boise home.
lost square-footage, Dietzler
decked out his
garage with shelves and pictures honoring his
two passions: Elvis and his
classic white Thunderbird.
The Dietzlers' also dote on their Shih Tzu, Teddy Bear.Dietzler spent 30 years in customer service with United Airlines.He also worked with patients at St. Luke's hospital.
Semi-annual dues pay for year-round lawn care and yard maintenance for each of the homes.Lawns are tidy and well-landscaped.Most homes are decorated with lawn ornaments, lights and planters.
The majority of residents in the small neighborhood are retired couples and younger singles, Dietzler
plans to host an open house at the clubhouse soon and organize a communitywide garage sale."It's almost like being a mayor, because we are all neighbors," he said.
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