Contributed by Don Murray (Transition Committee) and Sherry Watson (HOAMCO)
Three of the duties and responsibilities of the Transition Committee during the Transition process are to:
- Inspect Association common areas for defective conditions.
- Obtain a list of contractors and “as-built” plans for Common Area structures and improvements.
- Retain experts as needed.
Work on the asphalt roads will begin on Monday. There will be clear routing direction from the company doing this. If all goes well, it will be completed by Friday.
Thanks for your patience while this work is being done.
The backflow device has been repaired. The water is back on. The Village was not ever in danger of running out of water.
The water tank is not leaking. The backflow device is leaking and the City of Show Low sent someone to shut it off. HOAMCO is working to locate someone to repair it. The level in the tank is currently at fourteen feet. This should be sufficient until someone can repair the backflow device.
The level is at fourteen feet and there isn’t a drop of water anywhere.
For those who would like to recycle and are willing to make a short trip to do that, the Town of Pinetop-Lakeside has opened a recycling center.
Click here to learn more.
Many lots in Unit 2 were sold with fire pits. It is the responsibility of individual lot owners to verify fire conditions or burning guidelines. This information can be obtained by contacting Show Low Dispatch Center, Timber Mesa Fire and Medical, or Northeastern Arizona Public Information System.
Fire conditions and burning guidelines change daily. Checking on the day you wish to use your fire pit is the only way to know for certain that a fire is okay.
Your cooperation is paramount to the safety of the Village from an errant fire. Call 911 if you know of any residents who are violating fire restrictions or warnings.