A few folks have spotted a cougar hanging around recently. I saw a cougar in the Ranch in December and there have been other reports recently. Be careful, especially with kids around dawn and dusk.
The 2017 Annual meeting notes are ready for homeowner review. Email any feedback to email@example.com.
Sign off on these notes happens at the 2018 annual meeting.
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.
Randy Roeh from Hancock Forest Management provided some additional details about the proposed spraying. Due to concerns raised by Crystal Village homeowners, Hancock has reconsidered plans to use herbicides on Gold Hill West G and Gold Hill West A units. See Randy’s letter below for more details.
Hancock gave CVHA notice of planned herbicide application near our community to happen sometime between Sept 5 2016 – Oct 14 2016.
See links below for more details from Hancock.
Hancock Herbicide Application Map
Notice of Hancock Spraying
Links to data sheets on the herbicides are below.
Randy from Hancock wrote that “these herbicides are the least toxic (signal word Caution or Warning) and that we apply them at significantly lower rates than allowed by the label for each chemical.”
Alligare Imazapry 4 SL_SDS
Crystal Village is under DNR fire protection and DNR just issued a statewide burn ban.
Outdoor burning, including campfires in fire pits and the use of charcoal briquettes, is banned on forestland under DNR fire protection as of noon, Wednesday, August 17 2016.
Outdoor gas grills are allowed.
More details here:
Please inform your family and guests of the burn ban.
The board of directors will be placing signs at the villages this weekend.
Next CVHA Board of Directors Meeting is Aug 20 @ 9:00am
16175 Crystal Drive E
Homeowners are welcome to attend.
There was a recent bear sighting in CV1.
Please keep you eyes open, kids safe, and garbage inside.
A paper copy of the summer newsletter should be arriving in your mailbox around this time. It is also available in the CVHA online document archive
Summer Newsletter 2016
Crystal Village has some nice common area for homeowners and guests to enjoy. See a map of the common area as well as trails and access points below.
Click the map to see a bigger version. Sorry for the low quality of this map. It is accurate but doesn’t look great. If anybody has better skills and could make a more clear map, I’d happily replace this one.