Monthly Archives: April 2014

Remember to fill out your survey!

Remember to fill out your ECHPOA 2014 Survey!  Completed surveys may be mailed to ECHPOA, 86 Elk Creek Drive, Bailey, CO 80421; scanned and emailed to CUNColorado@aol.com; dropped in the box on the front of the Association Building; or, BETTER YET, bring … Continue reading

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Elk Creek Pond – Water Quality Measurements

By Paul Ellis Joyce Deming and Vic Hahn measured oxygen levels at the fish pond on again on Sunday 4/6/2014.  My wife, Walt Wark, and I were lucky enough to watch and help a little.  I have included both sets … Continue reading

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May 7, 2014 Association Meeting

The Elk Creek Highlands/Meadows Property Owners Association will meet at 7 PM, Wednesday, May 7th in the Association Building at 86 Elk Creek Drive, Bailey. Mike Brown, a candidate for Park County Sheriff, will make a presentation. He will then … Continue reading

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“Blood Moon” Lunar Eclipse

Yes, I was one of those people that stayed up last night until 1:30 am just to see the “Blood Moon.” During a lunar eclipse the earth passes between the moon and the sun, casting a shadow on the moon. … Continue reading

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Colorado Snowpack Continues to Impress

Even though we had quite a bit of snow fall in March, it will come in second to February as the “snowiest” month of the year for Colorado. The statewide snowpack level continued to increase in March, became very close … Continue reading

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Benefits of Spring Membership!

Ice and all, it is still a great day when you can go fishing!  Charles Banks had already caught one fish when Ken Perdew took this picture on Thursday, April 10th!

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What is the difference between Bylaws and Covenants?

By-laws are official rules which an association adopts and apply to the association owned, or community, property. Covenant is considered a legal contract, or agreement, between privately owned property within a subdivision and the developer. By-laws state how the HOA … Continue reading

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