Frequently Asked Questions

Who should I contact if there is something missing on the new site?

Please send an email to (redacted)

How can I see the agenda for the upcoming board meeting?

The next 3 meetings (which includes board and committees) are shown in the lower half of the Home page. Click on the meeting you're interested in and it will take you to a page that contains the agenda and any other relevant information.

Why isn't the agenda linked directly from the home page?

Currently there is a limitation in the Content Management System (CMS) we are using that doesn't show the link in a meeting teaser. Hopefully this will be fixed soon. It will definitely be fixed in time for when this is required by law.

Where can I find the old Agendas?

They are located in the Meeting Archives section under Governance, separated by year, along with minutes and recordings.

Where can I find the old site?

To smooth the transistion to our new website we had hoped to keep the old site site live for a few months. Unfortunately the old site had some serious security holes that proved to be very difficult to fix, and we recently had to completely shut down access to www.kensingtoncalifornia.org. Please bear with us while we make sure all the old content is accessible on our new site.

Where is all the extra information that used to be contained in the agenda packet?

 Miscellaneous information that used to be included in the agenda is now contained in monthly reports. You can find them in the Governance section. The direct link is here.

Why do I have to call the office to request a vacation watch? What happend to the form?

The system had some serious security issues because of the way emails were sent to the KPD and back to the resident. To compound the potential problems the old website was visibly hacked around the first of the year. The new site is much more secure, but until we can design a better system the vacation watch form has been replaced with a message telling folks to call the police to arrange a vacation watch.

The search results show the page which contains my search term, but not the specific document. Why don't the search results tell me in which document the search found my term?

There is a feature/bug in the CMS that only shows the page, not the specific document. We're working with Streamline (The CMS host) to get this fixed ASAP.