Monthly Archives: August 2015

Ken’s Online Bookstore

EBOOKS!  Search, buy and read Ebooks on your Reader, Computer, Phone or Tablet Computer.  Come browse our life changing Ebooks today.  MyMegaBookstore at: Ken Perdew – – 303-838-7768

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US 285 Improvements Project Begins this Week

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September 2, 2015 Association Meeting

The Elk Creek Highlands/Meadows Property Owners Association will meet at 7 PM, Wednesday, September 2nd in the Association Building at 86 Elk Creek Drive, Bailey.  Regular monthly reports will be given along with discussion on the community property improvement projects completed … Continue reading

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Steps, Shelters, & Signs

So far August has been a great month for community property improvement projects!  On the behalf of every ECHPOA member I would like to give a BIG THANKS to all of the volunteers listed below who have generously donated their valuable time and money … Continue reading

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Burn Permit required for any open burning

If you are thinking about having a campfire or wish to burn slash on your property in Elk Creek Highlands / Meadows community here are a few things you need to know:  You must acquire a Platte Canyon Fire Protection … Continue reading

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August 15th, Fundraising Auction for Retired Deputy Chief Kingery

Scott Kingery is a retired Deputy Chief with the Platte Canyon Fire Department.  He faithfully served his community and fellow man for 37 years.    Scott’s bravery and commitment to protecting the community he lived in placed him at the frontline … Continue reading

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Red Cross shelter training to be offered in Park County in September

The following email asking to have it passed along was forwarded to me by Jeff DeBerry, who received it from: Joe Burgett Assistant Chief Platte Canyon Fire 303-548-0854   The American Red Cross needs more trained disaster services volunteers in … Continue reading

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