The following information was posted by Paul Sowers, Greenwater Fire Chief:
“To all of you who own homes in Greenwater or Crystal Mountain:
The WSRB (Washington Survey and Ratings Bureau) has re assessed both fire districts. As a result, Greenwater’s fire protection class has risen from an eight to a six, and Crystal Mountain’s rating has risen from a ten to a seven. This is a result of improved staffing, training, and equipment, as well as improvements in the water supply in the Crystal Villages. You might let your insurance company know this, and ask if it lowers your rate.
Thanks to the members of both departments, whose hard work and dedication are a big part of this result.”
One CV homeowner said that their homeowner’s coverage decreased by over $400. It may be worth checking with your insurance agent to see if your rates will change.
Benefit Dinner for Greenwater Community Center this Saturday 11/12.
6pm Potluck Dinner ; 7pm Pie Contest at the Community Center
Come have fun with your neighbors. More details below.
The 4th quarter CVHA Board meeting will be held on Saturday, 12 November, at 9am. The meeting will be at the Rush home in CV1 (16608 Crystal Dr. E.)
The agenda includes review of the 2017 budget, Water Manager’s report, Treasurer’s report, and organization of the 01 December newsletter / invoices.
All CVHA homeowners are welcome