This is the beginning of the busy season in our Painted Hills office.
Our Spring & Summer office hours are:
Sunday & Monday -Closed
Tuesday noon until 6:00pm
Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday noon until 4:00pm
Saturday beginning April 7 ....9:00am to 1:00pm
Notary service by appointment.
In order to speed up the process of paying dues, getting boat stickers , keys & pool passes, we are asking you to plan ahead by having your insurance and boat registration information ready when you come in. If you do not have your boat insured, please check with your insurance provider to see if you are covered in the event of an accident. If not, a liability policy might be in order.
LAKE USE WAIVER
Anyone who purchases a boat sticker will be required to read and sign the LAKE USE WAIVER. It lists the most common boating rules and by signing, you are agreeing to abide by those rules. The waiver will be kept on file in the office and lists the boats & their sticker numbers. A copy of the waiver is available in the office, no need to print it out at home, just bring your insurance info and boat registration.
NEW INFORMATION PAGE FOR MEMBERS
Social media is the new form of communication for many of our members. Due to the previous Painted Hills Facebook page and Next Door both being compromised, vacation information, phone numbers, addresses etc that should not be public information have been posted. A new informational page, "Painted Hills-IN THE KNOW', has been created.
It is only for Painted Hills lot owners and homeowners. It is accessible by request only and an administrator will allow only Painted Hills members access. As a member, please request access so you will be IN THE KNOW> We will continue to post Association business, from the Painted Hills office as well.
We look forward to seeing you in Painted Hills.
The attached report from Aquatic Control suggests we continue to monitor Lake Holiday after the ‘pink algae’ issue that appeared earlier this Winter. They also did not think it necessary to do any treatment. Fishing and boating are safe and the ramp is now useable.
From: Tina Thrasher [mailto:email@example.com]
Vendors and Donations needed for the 2017 Painted Hills Annual Meeting
The committee for the 2017 Annual Meeting has met and is in the planning stages for this year’s event. The committee is in the process of soliciting vendors to participate in the annual meeting on Sept 30th They are also contacting local businesses for donations of door prizes to be awarded at the end of the business meeting. If you own a local business or work for a business that would like to get some “free advertisement” and would like to participate in this year’s meeting, ---please contact me for more details. Email Lisa Schowalter…firstname.lastname@example.org
The Painted Hills Board has been requested to review and recommend rental restrictions for the Painted Hills Homeowners Association.
In the next 2 days, you will receive a letter containing a copy of a proposed Amendment to the Painted Hills Covenants, a letter of explanation and a pre stamped ballot. The Amendment # 5.12 was presented at the request of members at the July 10, 2017 Board of Directors meeting. The proposal addresses the use of property in the Painted Hills Subdivision as rentals. This is an important issue to both home owners and lot owners as it may affect the value of your property.
We must have a 2/3 approval vote of the membership in order to approve this amendment to the covenants, so it is very important that you return the completed ballot.
Please read the material and return the enclosed pre stamped ballot to the Painted Hills office, either by mail or by dropping it off at the office at your earliest convenience but no later than September 29, 2017
For members who live in the Painted Hills Subdivision, a neighbor may come by your home to answer any questions you might have about Amendment #5.12
You may also contact a board member or email the Painted Hills office for clarification on any issues.
Many have expressed concern about the color and clarity of Lake Nebo this Spring. Lately, some waterfront members on Lake Nebo have sighted a brownish, growth on dock ladders, dock posts and tree branches in the water. It is smooth to the touch , much like the feel of a football. Do not be alarmed. These are actually beneficial to our lake water and should be left to do their work. They are called BRYZOANS, and cannot survive in polluted water, thus we know our water is in good condition.
Effective 9/25 the password will be changed for the Painted-Hills website.
The new password will be emailed to members from the office.
Unfortunately, the current password was published on a social media website. Certain pages of the website are locked because they contain financial information that is for the membership only. Please safeguard the password.
If you can't remember the password check the homepage, under About Us, under Do Business with us, or under Office Forms for information on how to get the password
Please be advised, the Painted Hills Pool is closed at this time due to mechanical issues. It will reopen as soon as the repairs are made.
Please watch email, facebook and Next Door for the latest information on reopening.
Painted Hills Pool Committee
Please be aware that on Sunday May 1, the lock will be changed on both Lake Holiday and Lake Nebo launch ramps. If you do not have a 2016 key, they are available at the Painted Hills office on Saturday from 9:00am until 1:00pm . The same key also fits the bathrooms on the lower level of the clubhouse, however,
Due to construction, the entrance is not accessible at this time. For those of you who are storing boats behind the dog park, the newly installed gate is locked and the new 2016 ramp key will fit it as well.
We hope everyone has a safe boating season.
I wanted to thank everyone that attended the annual soup cook off.
We had 11 delicious soups entered this year.
Dean and Erika Chapin were the winners with their Smoked Chicken Red Pepper Soup.
We raised $425.00 for the American Cancer Society.
Thank you to Judy and Bud Lammers, Dan Arnold and Heidi O'Brien for judging. They had a tough job this year.
Thank you to everyone who donated desserts and helped serve.
Your support is greatly appreciated.
The A Team
Relay for Life.