Colorado snowpack level statewide has increased 17% during the past month. We are currently 111% of average compared to 94% at the end of January, 2014. Levels this year are still better than both 2012 and 2013, and still not as high as 2011. Normal peak date is in early April, and March is typically the “snowiest” month of the year for Colorado. It will be interesting to see what happens during the next 4 weeks!
At 8:43 am today Ken Perdew reported he had “Just received a telephone call that a “big” mountain lion was spotted this morning at about 4:20 AM, Wednesday the 26th by the pond on Elk Creek Drive.”
Oh my! It is one thing to see their tracks, a whole different story to actually have a Sighting! See my article call “Tracks in the Snow” posted December 18, 2012!
New Board of Directors Officers have been named. President, Charles Banks, Vice-President, Paul Ellis, Secretary/Treasurer, Ken Perdew. Other members include Felix Beall and Jeff DeBerry. Brad Burk will serve as an alternate.
Regular monthly reports will be given along with plans for 2014.
All members are encouraged to attend. Those planning to place membership can do so by sending dues to ECHPOA, 86 Elk Creek Drive, Bailey, CO 80421 or do so at this meeting.
For additional information call Ken Perdew at 303-838-7768.
On February 21, 2014, THE FLUME published the following article:
Wegener warned residents to not leave valuable in vehicles.
Most items stolen from vehicle had been left in plain view.
“Please lock your vehicle and if able park you car in your garage during night-time hours,” Wegener said in the release.
“We would encourage all or our residents to lock their door and windows and ensure their garage doors are locked, especially if it is an attached garage.”
Wegener said residents should remember to leave porch lights on at night and to report any unusual activities in their neighborhoods to the sheriff’s office.
“We want to work with our residents to deter crime and make our communities safer,” he said.
Anyone who may have information about the crimes is encouraged to call the Sheriff’s Office Detectives at 719-836-4387.”
To see this article and more, go to THE FLUME at: http://www.theflume.com/free_content/article_b5a168c4-9b37-11e3-8a2c-001a4bcf6878.html