March is turning out to be a busy month for the HOA.  We have three significant topics scheduled for our regular board meeting.

1) Continuing events happening regarding the Courage to Change house on Spruce Rd.

2) The water engineers for the city of Monument have indicated that they plan to attend to propose a water storage tank be built on HOA property.

3) We also have an archutectural request to review and planning for the summer events to firm up.

From Our neighbors.:

 


 

The last couple months Woodmoor has had a rash of mail thefts with approximately 20 cases from Saturday night/Sunday morning.  Please see attached link to the WIA website for a PSA regarding protecting your mail: https://www.woodmoor.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Mail-Theft.pdf.  It has been reported that mail delivery is behind and being delivered after dark.  It is highly recommended that you do not place outgoing mail in your box for pickup and to retrieve incoming mail as soon as possible after delivery.

Thank you,   

Kevin CNielsen

Chief, Woodmoor Public Safety

Woodmoor Improvement Association

From MVEA (see http://www.mvea.coop/field-inventory-project/ for more information)

Mountain View Electric Association is conducting a “Field Inventory Project” in your area.  Our contractor, Global Mapping Solutions, will perform data collection by using binoculars and taking photos to gather information of our equipment. Since it can be worrisome to see someone using binoculars and taking photos locally, we want to keep you informed about what we’re doing. You will be able to recognize the crews working on the project by their orange safety vests with the MVEA logo on the back. The crews may be on foot or ATV’s, depending on the area. All crew members will have identification with an MVEA Contractor logo. You can view out logo on our website homepage at WWW.MVEA.COOP.  It is located in the upper left hand corner of the screen.

If you have questions, about this project or need more information, please contact Mountain View Electric Association at 1-800-388-9881.

A new section has been added to the "Information" main menu topic under the "Documents" sub-section.  This is titled "Covenant Violations".  This section will contain public documents regarding the board's actions with respect to covenant violations in the association.

Communications of a private or legal nature will not be posted here.

!!! - Closed for June 2015 - Dumpsters Full - !!!

Cleanup weekend is here.  The dumpsters are delivered and the park will be open for dropoffs on Fri-Sun June 5, 6 & 7.  Hours are from 8-4 daily or until we fill the dumpsters.  Please note the following:

  • Please enter and exit from the park entrance on Sunburst.  
  • As stated we will not be able to accept bulk slash.  See below.
  • !!! No hazardous materials... Oil, batteries, electronics, chemicals, paint, ... !!!
  • Please do your best to compact light material so we can get the most possible into the dumpsters.  Chop any yard waste into smaller pieces if possible.
  • We will attemp to assist you with unloading but we cannot guarantee the we will be able.  If not we will try and find someone to assist you.
  • We request that if you are not a paying member that you be prepared to update your HOA membership when you arrive via cash or check.  It is not fair to burden your neighbors with the cost of disposing of your trash.  Even a small amount.  Please contribute.
  • !!!!  The weather does not currently look too bad but there is a chance of rain.  The volunteer on duty will will decide if she/he is comfortable continuing with the event depending on the weather.  Local lighting most definitely means we will shut down and try to ride it out in our cars or the pavilion.
  • Please do not dump if the park is marked as closed for the day.

We are not able to accept bulk loads of slash this year for several reasons.  If we put it in the dumpster, it does not compact well and it fills the dumpsters and we run out of room for all resident to deposit their drop-offs.  

The last few years we have piled slash and chipped it.  This incurs significant additional expense for the chiping.  Due to the coarse nature of the resulting mulch it was not all used and we still have some piles we will have to haul off.  We did use most of it in the garden by the tennis court.

Please check the newsletter for information about where to take bulk slash.

We are considering allowing slash next year and may implement different means of handling it such that those residents making greater use of the activity help share the burden of the cost.

So, check around the yard and bring down anything that has been lying around that is junk and you don't need any longer.  As in past years we will pull aside usable objects with your permission as an informal swap event.  Anything left will be donated or trashed.

 

See you there!