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The Homes at Deer Mountain Newsletter December 2006 HOA Board Mission Statement: "The Deer Mountain HOA Board will serve the community by focusing its efforts on upholding its Bylaws and enforcing its Covenants to accomplish appreciation of property values, cost effective maintenance of community property, and management of its facilities consistent with ethical and fiscal standards at a level that will best serve the interests and needs of the community. We strive to equally involve all members in an environment of mutual respect, cooperation, camaraderie and support." MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT Season’s Greetings! This past year your Board has worked hard on numerous issues concerning our community. They include landscaping, parking, streetlight repair, and entrance maintenance. In 2007 the Board anticipates working on the lighting and landscaping for the entrances, open space maintenance, creating a sub-association, trail reconfiguration, and adding additional cement around the mailboxes. We will also continue to focus on landscaping and covering exposed cement on our homes. Your input is important. Please let us know your priorities, concerns, and suggestions. Your help is needed and appreciated. We would like to thank Deborah Cole for her work as a Board member this year. We’d also like to welcome Joe Naidu, Wally Smojver, and Brian Woodworth to the Board. Our Board meetings will generally be held the first Tuesday of each month, usually at the Todd Hollow Meeting Room. Please contact Linda Lee at 333-2130 if you have an item you would like to place on the agenda. These meetings are open to homeowners if you would like to attend. The Board feels very strongly that homeowner input and support is important as we try to represent all of you. We wish you a happy holiday season and a prosperous new year! Jack LeGlise HOA President 2006 BOARD OF DIRECTORS President Jack LeGlise firstname.lastname@example.org Vice President/Capital Improvements Deborah Cole Dkcyoga@aol.com Vice President/Community Relations Jeana Neu email@example.com Chief Financial Officer Ben Koerselman BenKOER@aol.com Todd Hollow Representative Alfonso Flores firstname.lastname@example.org The Homes at Deer Mountain Newsletter December 2006 Page 2 REPORT OF ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting for The Homes at Deer Mountain Homeowners Association was held on Saturday, November 4 at 10:00 a.m. in the Auditorium at the Summit County Library. A quorum of 171 voting ERUs was present, either in person or by proxy. Neil Anderton, from the Wasatch County Commission, spoke to the homeowners concerning the parking situation. He explained that a parking ordinance was being drafted for Wasatch County with a resolution specific to Deer Mountain included in the ordinance. He mentioned that a public meeting will be held concerning the ordinance. Public notification of the meeting is required. Voting for the 2007 Governing Board took place during the meeting. Results of the election are announced in this newsletter. Homeowners voted for a raise in Homeowners dues to $200 per ERU annually. The raise in dues did not pass. Alfonso Flores, representing the owners of Todd Hollow, explained the owners of Todd Hollow did not support a raise in dues but encouraged the homeowners to form a sub-association in which they would be free to raise their dues and vote on homeowner issues without interference from Todd Hollow owners. The formulation of the sub-association is one of the top-priorities for the 2007 Board. The meeting was cut short when a representative from Summit County interrupted to say that they would be using the auditorium and that our meeting would have to be adjourned. The additional issues that were scheduled to be discussed at the meeting will be explained in this newsletter. Please read carefully. 2007 BOARD The 2007 Homeowners Board will be: Contact information for the new board will be available on the Website: Alfonso Flores Ben Koerselman www.deermountain.info Jack LeGlise Joe Naidu ARCHITECTURAL COMMITTEE Jeana Neu Welcome Bob Snaith! Bob is the newest Wally Smojver member of the Architectural Committee. He Brian Woodworth has agreed to fill the spot recently vacated by Ian Patrick. We will miss Ian’s expertise, but We look forward to a successful year in 2007 look forward to working with Bob. We with the new board. We want to thank the appreciate all of the work and careful homeowners who participated in this election, consideration the Architectural Committee puts both as candidates and as concerned into their important work for the neighborhood. homeowners taking the opportunity to vote. The Homes at Deer Mountain Newsletter December 2006 Page 3 FALL CLEAN-UP Other interesting and helpful information regarding our county is listed on this Thank you to all those who participated in the website. Please take a moment and go fall clean-up. Although the weather was nippy, exploring, you never know what exciting numerous people participated in cleaning up information you might find! the neighborhood and enjoying a light lunch afterward. The neighborhood looked much PERFORMANCE BOND better after the clean-up. We look forward to another neighborhood clean-up day in the In compliance with rules set down by the spring. CC&Rs, the Governing Board recently passed a resolution requiring a $10,000 performance PARKING ON THE STREETS bond when application is made to build on Deer Mountain. This bond will be held in Jack LeGlise and Linda Lee attended a meeting escrow until completion of construction when of the Wasatch County Council on December 6 an inspection by the ACC will be necessary at 3:00 p.m. An parking ordinance was before the bond can be returned to the owner. presented that should help to keep cars off of our streets overnight. After a brief discussion, The performance bond was implemented to the Council tabled the vote on the ordinance help insure that the plans approved by the until December 20. They showed considerable Architectural Committee are followed and that reluctance in adopting a parking ordinance. any changes to the approved plans be submitted to the ACC, and approved, prior to construction Please try to attend the meeting on of the changes. December 20 at 3:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers, 25 North Main Street, Heber 2007 CALENDAR City, Utah. We feel that neighborhood support in this issue could be very helpful. A calendar of events for 2007 will soon be available on our website: ENTRANCE LIGHTS www.DEERMOUNTAIN.info The burned-out lights at the entrances were recently replaced. It is very difficult to This calendar will include Board meetings, maintain the current lights and the Board is ACC meetings, and community events and looking for a workable solution so that they parties. Please contact Jeana Neu if you have entrance lights can be maintained on a regular items to put on the calendar, suggestions for basis. events, need information about events or would like to help in any way. Jeana is working to COUNTY WEBSITE and increase community communication and MEETINGS relationships. A schedule and listing of all Wasatch County If you would like to submit an article or meetings can be found on the county topic for your Deer Mountain newsletter website: please contact Linda Lee at 333-2130 or email@example.com. www.co.wasatch.ut.us Look for us on the web at: www.DEERMOUNTAIN.info The Homes at Deer Mountain Newsletter December 2006 Page 4 2007 BUDGET, DUES AND SPECIAL ASSESSMENT *Please note: 2007 Budget is included with the newsletter. Due to the cost of repairing the streetlights and moving the mailboxes the Board has passed a resolution implementing a special assessment to homeowners. The assessment is itemized with your annual dues and payment for both is due January 31, 2007. The resolution is also included with this newsletter, along with your invoice for the annual dues and the special assessment. In accordance with the CC&Rs, the dues have been raised 15%. A schedule for the dues is listed below. Single Family Lots Dues $120.75 Single Family Lots Special Assessment 66.25 Total Single Family Lot 2007 Assessment $187.00 Keetley Townhouses dues $ 90.57 Keetley Townhouses Special Assessment 49.69 Total Keetley Townhouse 2007 Assessment $140.26 Please look for the following items included in this newsletter: 2007 Budget Special Assessment Resolution 2007 Annual Dues Invoice Important Dates to Remember: December 20 – County Meeting January 31 – Annual Fees Due January 2 at 7 pm – Board Meeting (1st Tuesday of month) Check the Deer Mountain Calendar on our website for more important meeting and dates in 2007.
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