2018 Annual Meeting Notice, Proxy, and Link to RulesPosted: April 24, 2018
TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE PINEBROOK HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the annual meeting of the members of the Pinebrook Homeowners Association will be held on Thursday, May 3rd, 2018, commencing at 7:00 p.m. at the offices of Gorgoza Mutual Water Company, 7950 Pinebrook Road, Park City, Utah. The following matters of business will be transacted at the meeting:
- Presentation and review of 2017 financial statements and operating budget for 2018.
- General update of PHOA activities and community projects.
- Discuss the special meeting scheduled for June 6, 2018 to adopt a set of rules for the Pinebrook Homeowners Association.
- Election to fill three, two-year term seats on the board of directors.
- Discussion of any other matters of business properly brought before the board of directors.
We encourage you to attend. If you are unable to attend in person, you may complete and return a proxy form available on our website, www.pbhoa.org, or at the offices of Gorgoza Mutual Water Company located at 7950 Pinebrook Road. Proxies should be mailed or hand delivered to the Pinebrook Homeowners Association, 7950 Pinebrook Road, Park City, UT 84098 no later than 5pm on Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018. Please note that only members who are current in the payment of their assessments are entitled to vote at the meeting.
If you can’t attend, please consider using this proxy form.
Controlled Burn in Toll Canyon Open SpacePosted: April 19, 2018
Slash piles from the 2016 mitigation and forest health project will be burned this this Thursday and Friday, April 19-20. If you smell smoke, don’t be alarmed. If you have any questions, call Jessica Kirby, Open Space Management Supervisor at Basin Rec, 435-649-1564 x26
Water Main Break on Springshire Drive and Pinebrook RoadPosted: March 27, 2018
A water main break occurred at approximately 2pm today, March 27th, on Springshire Drive near the intersection with Pinebrook Road. Gorgoza Water Company crews were immediately on scene and are currently working to determine the location, cause, and extent of the leak. Unfortunately, as of 2:45pm Gorgoza does not have an estimate of when water service to the affected homeowners will be restored. Gorgoza is working diligently to repair the line and restore water service as soon as possible. Please visit www.gorgozawater.com for updates to the situation as they become available. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Spring Cleanup Scheduled for May 26th through June 3rdPosted: March 27, 2018
The spring cleanup days have been scheduled for Saturday, May 26th through Sunday, June 3rd. As in prior years, dumpsters will be made available to members of the Pinebrook Master Association and located in the parking lot of the Pinebrook Park. Crews from Gorgoza Mutual Water Co. will be chipping wood brought to the park with less than a 6″ diameter trunk, so the event will be a good time to remove dead-fall and winter-kill from your property in an effort to reduce fire danger this summer. Please be courteous with the volume of your loads, and remember you can always contact the Park City Fire District to schedule a time for their free curbside wood chipping service this summer.
Please do not dispose of ANY hazardous or bio-hazardous chemicals or waste, tires, explosives, propane bottles, paint, medicine, medical devices, syringes, etc. THESE TYPES OF ITEMS CAN BE EXTREMELY DANGEROUS TO THE CREWS MANAGING THE CLEANUP! Construction debris is also not allowed.
Thanks for your cooperation. Additional information will follow in a forthcoming newsletter.
2018 Annual Meeting of the Homeowners 5/3/2018Posted: March 2, 2018
The annual meeting of the homeowners for 2018 has been scheduled for Thursday, May 3rd at 7pm at the offices of Gorgoza Mutual Water Company. Official notice along with an agenda will be sent to homeowners as the date draws closer.
April Board Meeting Date ChangePosted: March 2, 2018
For those interested, the regular April board of directors meeting has been changed to Tuesday, April 3rd at 7pm at the offices of Gorgoza Mutual Water Company. As always, members of the Pinebrook HOA are always welcome to attend.
February 1st Board Meeting & Woodward NoticesPosted: January 31, 2018
Thursday’s meeting is a regularly-scheduled, one-hour business meeting of the PHOA Board. The Board holds its regular meetings at the Gorgoza office, where space is limited. The Board always sets aside the first 10 or so minutes of each meeting for input from PHOA members, who are always welcome to attend. One PHOA member asked if he could use that time at the February meeting to inform the Board about his concerns regarding the proposed Woodward project, and time was set aside at Thursday’s Board meeting for that purpose. He did not ask that the Board give notice of and hold a general meeting of PHOA members, and the recent flyers and internet invitations regarding the meeting were neither authored nor distributed by the Pinebrook Homeowners Association, appearances notwithstanding. When the Board schedules general meetings for its members, it provides proper notice and arranges for a facility sufficient for those who are likely to attend.
Controlled Burns Slated for Toll Canyon Open SpacePosted: January 22, 2018
Snyderville Basin Special Recreation District has scheduled a control burn in Toll Canyon Open Space which lies to the west of Pinebrook. Under the direction of the Summit County Fire Warden, slash piles remaining from the 2016 fire mitigation and forest health project will be burned. The burning of these piles is necessary as they present a continual fuel load that needs to be properly mitigated as part of the project guidelines. Burning operations are planned for some time in late January through late February based on the required ideal conditions for snow cover, weather conditions and air quality regulations to ensure safety. Burn piles will leave a temporary visual scar on the landscape. The District is dedicated to minimizing that scar as much as possible in Summer of 2018 by way of re- seeding, raking debris and disbursing ash. Additional signage will be posted while the area is closed. The District is committed to the safety and wellbeing of the public and our public lands. Additional information can be found here. Questions should be directed to Open Space Management Supervisor, Jessica Kirby, 435-649-1564 x26 or email email@example.com
Summit County Snow Safety InformationPosted: January 8, 2018
It’s been a mild winter so far, but soon (hopefully) the snow storms will arrive. Summit County wants to remind Pinebrook residents of their snow safety regulation and guidelines:
- Summit County plow operators will work from 4:00 am – 10:00 pm, unless a storm rolls in overnight and continues throughout the day.
- KEEP YOUR SNOW ON YOUR PROPERTY – NOT IN THE STREET. Snow storage – property owners must contain ALL of the snow from their property, including their driveway, onto their own property (Summit County Code 7-3-4 & 7-3-5). They may not push their snow out onto the County Road or into the County Right-of-Way. Doing so creates hazards to plow operators and other drivers.
- YOUR MAILBOX IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY. All landscaping, mail boxes, markers and other items placed in the County Right-of-Way are at RISK. Damage to these items will not be the responsibility of the County (Summit County Code 7-3-10). Crews do everything they can to miss/avoid hitting these items, but they cannot see what’s under the snow, and as heavy/wet snow rolls out the end of the plow blade, there is a lot of force that easily knocks things over (like mailboxes). Any damage that may be caused to County snow removal equipment may become the responsibility of the property owner.
- DON’T PARK IN THE STREET. No on-street parking on County Roads (except as otherwise marked by the County) between November 15th and April 15th. Vehicles or other obstacles which hamper County snow removal operations will be towed or removed at the owner’s expense. The County shall not assume any liability for damage to vehicles parked on the street, or other obstacles placed in the County right-of-way in violation of this chapter. Damage to snow removal equipment resulting from contact with vehicles which are illegally parked or other obstacles placed in the County right-of-way shall be the responsibility of the vehicle owner or persons responsible for the obstacles placed in the County right-of-way. (Summit County Code 7-3-3)
- GARBAGE/RECYCLING DAYS – If weather delays trash or recycling pickup, they will be serviced the next day, if possible. Please pull your cans off of the road so plows can keep clearing snow. Severe weather delays can cause a cascade of delays to areas that are supposed to be served on subsequent days.
- GENERAL SAFETY:
– When walking or riding watch for plows. Plow drivers may not see you.
– Do not run into the street to flag down a plow. This may surprise the operator and cause an accident.
– Do not build snow forts in the big snow berms along the road. A plow could come along at any time and push into the piles.
For the full county document, click here. If you have questions, you can reach the county at (435) 336-3970
Winter Curbside Garbage and Recycling PickupPosted: November 28, 2017
Summit County has asked the PHOA to circulate information to its members regarding issues faced by sanitation crews as they pick up garbage and recycling during the winter. A link to a recent interview they did with Park City TV is below: