APRIL BOARD MEETING: Thursday April 17th, 2014
TIME: 2:00 PM  WHERE:Home of Becky Herman & John Porco, 555 Loma Vista Court
AGENDA:  04-2014 Board Agenda

2nd APRIL WORKING BOARD MEETING: Wednesday, April 23, 2014
TIME: 2:00 PM
WHERE:Home of Becky Herman & John Porco, 555 Loma Vista Court
AGENDA:  Continuing Review of CC&R’s (Declaration of Covenants); anyone interested in joining the discussion is welcome to attend this working meeting.

TIME: TBD   WHERE: 1252 Loma Linda Dr.

The ACC normally meets on the first Thursday of the month to review plans, etc. We encourage people to submit plans at least one week in advance of the meeting. If you have any questions, you may call Bill Trimarco at 970-264-0430 or email him at billt@centurytel.net

NOTE: Architectural Committee (ACC) has positions open, please contact the Executive Board about this position.

 The Architectural Control Committee is appointed by the HOA Executive Board.

• Committee members are tasked with developing guidelines, enforcing the CC&R’s and reviewing building plans for the subdivision.

• The time commitment is usually two hours per month or less.

• Anyone interested can contact any current HOA Executive Board member.

02-2014 Board Minutes (A)
04-13 EvacuationPlanning-FireWise
04-13 EmergencyPlanningTips-FireWise
GoBag Checklist-FireWise

NOTE: To view archived minutes, reports and agendas, click on the  “Agendas, Meetings and Minutes” tab below the picture at the top of this page. Or click here: Agendas, Meetings and Minutes


FireWise Bulletin: March, 2014

03-2014 FireWise Bulletin (Printable Report)

FireWise Bulletin
March, 2014

Now that the fire season is almost upon us, take a critical look at your property to determine what measure you might take to make your home more fire resistant. These measures might include:

  • mitigating to Zones One (30 feet out from your house), Two (30 to 100 feet out), or Three (beyond 100 feet).
  • having a Home Ignition Zone (HIZ) assessment done. It’s free!
  • checking your driveway for accessibility by emergency vehicles: ­no overhanging branches below 15 feet, ­minimum turn­around space of 45 feet.
  • entrance width of 15 feet, rest of driveway 12 feet.

For questions or help with any of these issues, please contact Peggy Beach or Bill Trimarco (phone numbers and e mail addresses below).

Our Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) is almost ready for its first review. This is a very important document, not only because it outlines projects to make Loma Linda better prepared in the event of a major fire, but it also qualifies us to apply for certain government grants to help with these projects. Thank you to all who have contributed to this Plan.

Just a reminder about your property insurance:

  • Review your policy to be sure it reflects current values.
  • Be sure to factor in any new acquisitions, such as Christmas presents, that might change the value of your personal property.
  • Take photos and/or videos of the rooms in your house, documenting all items of value and their current values.
  • Keep these and all other important documents in your “Grab and Go” bag.

Peggy Beach
FireWise Ambassador for Loma Linda
264­0463, peggybeach9@aol.com

Bill Trimarco
FireWise Coordinator, Archuleta County
264­0430, archuletafirewise@gmail.com

As you begin your mitigation this year, please keep track of the volunteer hours you and your friends spend working on your property, and submit these hours to me. Below is a short form to use. Your volunteer hours and expenses (not contractors’) will help FireWise qualify for additional funding through grants that ultimately come back to our community through funded work projects. I appreciate all the work and hours you have spent already; and now we can benefit even more from your efforts.




Volunteer Hours


email address:__________________________________________________


Starting/ Ending date:____________________________________________




Please send this information to Peggy Beach at peggybeach9@aol.com or call her at 264­0463



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