The first phase of the concrete crack sealing will begin on August 7th in Unit 3. This will take approximately four weeks and no roads will be completely closed off. Traffic will still be able to flow. It will be an inconvenience. Your patience and understanding is appreciated.
The following came from the City of Show Low Facebook page.
FREE RESIDENTIAL ELECTRONICS, TIRES AND NEWLY ADDED HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE RECYCLING
EVENT AUGUST 25 IN SHOW LOW
Collection event will be held at Show Low city hall parking lot
SHOW LOW, Ariz. (July 30, 2018) – A free residential electronic waste, used tire and newly added household hazardous recycling event will be held Saturday, August 25, from 8 a.m. to noon in the Show Low City Hall parking lot, 180 N. 9th Street in Show Low. Citizens from across southern Navajo County may drop off a CRT-style television or computer monitor (limited to either one per vehicle with additional items charged $20 each), LCD flat-screen televisions, electronic equipment and accessories, computer equipment and accessories, phones, DVD players, small appliances and used tires without rims. A new component this year is that household hazardous waste may also be dropped off. Allowed items include acids, adhesives, aerosol cans, batteries (including automobile), fire extinguishers, fluorescent lights, fuel and motor oil, herbicides and pesticides, household cleaners, lawn and garden products, items containing mercury, paints, small propane tanks (16 oz. and 5 gal.) and solvents. Also accepted are household products labeled with the words, “caution,” “combustible,” “corrosive,” “danger,” “flammable,” “poison,” “toxic” and “warning.”
No ammunition, explosives, medical waste (including medications), biohazardous or infectious waste, compressed gas cylinders (except propane tanks), large home appliances, radioactive waste and smoke alarms are allowed. Commercial hazardous waste also is not allowed.
For commercial electronic waste, the contractor offers commercial pickup for a fee on Friday, August 24, by scheduling an appointment at (602) 944-4151.
The City of Show Low is partnering with Navajo County, Town of Pinetop-Lakeside, Town of Snowflake, Town of Taylor, Arizona Public Service, Navopache Electric Cooperative, Smithfield, Summit Healthcare Regional Medical Center, UNS Gas and Tucson Electric Power to present this regional event. This is a great opportunity to dispose of electronic items, household hazardous waste and tires responsibly and not consume valuable space in the landfills.
For more information, call (928) 532-4124 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vacation Village Drive is a dedicated easement for ingress and egress for all property abutting it. As parcels sell access will be provided via the easement along with a proportional cost sharing agreement.
At the 2018 Annual meeting, Donna Holick requested a blog post with a map of the layout of the remaining properties for sale that would use Vacation Village Drive. This is the map. The parcels that will have access from Vacation Village Drive are outlined in pink.
The Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Don Murray to the Transition Committee. Don and his partner, Sandy Hudgens, have owned in the Village since 2006. Don and Sandy helped form the Activities Committee and served on the committee for five years.
Don’s background in engineering and management, his experience as an owner and operator of commercial real estate, and service to the community on the Activities and Advisory committees will allow him to make a valuable contribution to the Transition Committee during this important time in White Mountain Vacation Village history. The Board looks forward to working closely with the Transition Committee and welcomes Don’s willingness to serve.
White Mountain Vacation Village is a Planned Unit Development (PUD) conceived by long-time White Mountain developer, Jim McCarty. For years Jim had a vision to do something to bring people to the White Mountains to vacation. He felt that this would benefit the economy without destroying the allure that brought him here. In the 1970’s he acquired a large parcel of land south of Show Low. His plan was to develop it as a family vacation destination. Continue reading
Phillip Dale Ellsworth – 2320 Elizabeth Avenue – Lot 114
“How many current lots are left to sale?”
Please refer to the blog post of June 2, 2018.
“What is the fiscal year?”
January 1st through December 31st.
“How to review records?”
Contact Sherry Watson at HOAMCO.
Don Murray – 2280 Saddlebag Lane
“What is the current status of any pending or past lawsuits involving the Association and/or Declarant”?
There is no pending litigation in which the Association is a party. Any past litigation in which the Association was a party has been resolved. The Association has no information regarding pending or past litigation in which the Declarant was a party. Continue reading
Last fall the Board approved a proposal brought forward by the Advisory Committee to add a washing machine that would handle large comforters and other large bedding. The dollars were allocated in the 2018 budget.
After further exploration which consisted of a firm bid for the machine and a meeting with a plumbing company, it was determined that it would cost much more than anticipated. Some of the cost was to increase the size of the pipes in the laundry room. That would require jackhammering the floor. In addition, it was pointed out that when something is washed, it must be dried. That would require a large dryer.
The good news is that the laundry room now has two new washers and two new dryers. These are in addition to the ones already in the space.
Your Advisory Committee is interested in knowing what residents would like to see in the common area. Please make plans to attend the function the Advisory Committee is hosting are on July 13 in the Clubhouse. It begins at 5:00 and light refreshments will be served.