Charles Banks has made arrangement for the pond to be stocked with fish this Monday, June 2nd at 8:00 am, for anyone interested in watching this amazing process! I would really appreciate anyone attending to take pictures and send them to me at CUNColorado@aol.com so that I may post them on the blog and share them with the rest of us who will be unable to get away from work that morning to be there in person! Happy fishing!
Fire Protection District
August 30, 31 & September 6, 7
Saturday & Sunday
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
September 3, 4, 5
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Top of Crow Hill near the Loaf & Jug
(Co Rd 43A – Follow the signs)
Small pickup load – $5.00
Large pickup load – $8.00
Dump truck – $20.00
Trailer (single axle) – $10.00
Double Axle – $15.00
NO stumps, NO construction materials, NO tree branches bigger than 8-inches in diameter. Pine needles acceptable.
Thank you for participating in the slash program,
which helps our community with fire mitigation.
For additional information call: 303-838-5853
Submitted by Ken Perdew
Colorado snowpack level statewide has increased a whopping 73% since April 15th! We are now currently 189% of average compared to 116% in April. Levels this year continue to be better than both 2012 and 2013, but not as high as 2011. The recent Colorado moisture is wonderful, however, now remember to take any flash flooding warnings seriously.
If you see trash along your road or in your neighborhood, please take the time to pick it up and throw it away. If you are at the pond, please use the trash containers for your trash, cigarette butts, and fishing line. Please be considerate of others who also might be walking where you have walked by disposing of your dog waste. Doggie bags are available in the black tubes located along the pond.
If every person just took a few minutes each week to dispose of trash, we could easily keep our community beautiful! Thank you for your time and contribution!
Jeff DeBerry suggested we use an engraver to mark tools, electronics, and other valuables for identification should these items get stolen. He also suggested taking pictures of these items to keep for insurance purposes, and to aid law enforcement in the recovery.
You may check an engraver out for a week at a time with a $5.00 returnable deposit from Ken Perdew, 303-838-7768.
Residents, including renters, are welcome and encouraged to be at the meeting.
Along with regular reports, final plans will be made for our Summer BBQ & Potluck Picnic. ECHPOA will provide hamburgers and hot dogs. Please bring a side dish, salad or dessert to share. Gathering time is set for 12 noon, Saturday, June 21st.
Reminder, “Surveys” are due now!
For additional information call 303-838-7768.