FEBRUARY BOARD MEETING: Friday, February 20, 2015
TIME: 6 pm WHERE: Ross Aragon Community Center, East Tile room
FEBRUARY ACC MEETING: Thursday, February 5, 2015
TIME: 2 pm WHERE: 401 Eight Mile Loop
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 David Parker 946-9215.
Letter & Authorization Form for LLHOA Green address signs
CURRENT Minutes, Reports and Bulletins: Please see the Agendas, Meetings and Minutes Tab to view links to archived documents.
Draft 01-16-2015 Board Minutes
12-07-2014 Board Minutes (A)
11-18-2014 Board Minutes (A)
11-06-2014 Special Board Meeting Minutes (A)
11-06-2014 ACC Report
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
01-2015 FireWise Bulletin (Printable Report)
Now that snow season has truly arrived, please remember to keep your adopted fire hydrant and the access from the road clear of snow. If you haven’t adopted a hydrant near you, contact Peggy Beach for more information and a list of unadopted hydrants. Consider adopting a hydrant near the home of someone unable to shovel the snow.
At the last FireWise Ambassadors’ meeting (Jan. 9), it was reported that we have received only about 50% of the normal moisture for this time in the season. We can anticipate a very dry spring and summer with above average fire danger. Begin planning now for preparing your house and property for this season:
- Continue mitigating. (Grant monies are available for assistance with mitigation)
- Ask for a Home Ignition Zone (HIZ) assessment of your structures.
- Prepare a “Grab and Go” bag in case of evacuation orders.
For more information on all of these, contact Peggy Beach.
During this last 2014 fire season, we came very close to losing electricity for an extended period of time due to a wildfire approaching the major tri-state electric power lines. It would be wise to have emergency supplies at home were such an event to occur during the approaching fire season. This would include the following (from www.ready.gov):
- Water, one gallon of water per person per day for at least three days, for drinking and sanitation
- Food, at least a three-day supply of non-perishable food
- Battery-powered or hand crank radio
- Flashlight and extra batteries
- Camping stove if you use an electric stove
- Manual can opener for food
- Cell phone with solar charger
- Candles, oil lamps, gas lamps, solar lights
Peggy Beach, FireWise Ambassador
937 San Juan Dr.