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  • SURVEYS – October 2019

    Shortened Survey… Please Participate

    THIS SHORTENED SURVEY TAKES THE PLACE OF THE SEPT. 20th LONG VERSION.  KINDLY PRINT THE SURVEY TO  ANSWER  THE  TEN QUESTIONS

    OUR HOA AND BOARD REQUIRE HOMEOWNER WATCHFULNESS.

    VOTE FOR EACH ISSUE WITH AN “X” AS INSTRUCTED BELOW. RETURN BALLOTS BY MONDAY 10/07/19

    ISSUE 1…. MARK ONLY ONE X IN ONE MARGIN BOX ON THE LEFT

    100% The board shall not deny participation to any homeowner in “good standing” who desires to join in on any committee or to be listed on the Annual Meeting Ballot.
    The board can deny participation to any homeowner they don’t like or who sees policy or issues differently from the officers, or for any other reason they make up.

    ISSUE 2MARK ONLY ONE X IN ONE MARGIN BOX ON THE LEFT

    100% Individual board trustees shall be available to talk and discuss any concern Homeowners voice outside of a board meeting.  There shall not be restrictions to communication between the  board trustees and all the Homeowners.
    There will continue to be NO allowed communication from the Homeowners directly to the Trustees.  All Homeowner communication shall be via email to Model  HOA or via writing a “Ticket”  thru the board’s website, though these methods have truncated communications and minimized information shared by the board with the Homeowners.


    ISSUE 3
    … PARCEL “V” AN UNTITLED “black hole” PARCEL AND PARCEL “Q” THE CREEK EASEMENT, HAVE NEITHER OWNERS, A REGISTRATION I.D. NUMBER, NOR  A TAX I.D. NUMBER.   THESE PARCELS SIT SIDE BY SIDE ON THE CORNER OF SILVER SPRINGS DRIVE AND MEADOWS CONNECTION.
    MARK ONLY ONE X IN ONE MARGIN BOX ON THE LEFT

     

     

    100%

    I am voting “YES“ to allow the Lot 17 Owners to Annex Parcel “V”  for the sake of common sense and to close this unwarranted,  frustrating  for Lot 17, debate.  Don’t add it to SSSF!
    Ownership of a ‘Common Area” has notable legal implications to our HOA CCRs that have not been communicated to us the Homeowners.  No known benefit to HOA ownership.
    Allow our SSSFHOA trustees to pursue this “black holeparcel though they have not provided a reason to do so.  Costs will be:  weekly maintenance, irrigation system, monthly water costs, landscape improvements, liability insurance for a parcel next to a creek will be high, the legal contest for ownership. $12,000 for first year, for surveys and legal fees; landscaping. Etc.

     

    ISSUE 4… Bylaws establish how meetings are held, what constitutes a quorum, nominations to candidacy on ballot; election and voting rules, powers and duties of trustees, trustee meetings, process for removal of trustees from office, etc.   This description demonstrates the importance of Bylaws.
    MARK ONLY ONE X IN ONE MARGIN BOX ON THE LEFT

     

    100%

    I agree and support the established process of keeping the Bylaw’s functions transparent and not allowing trustees in office to make changes without the consent and ratification of our Homeowners.  Highly important:  Add ratification of the Bylaws by Owners to the SSSF CCRs.
    The board can make secret changes to the Bylaws without the consenting vote of Owners.

    Issue 5…. The HOA CCRs, Compliance Rules, and Architectural Standards, create too many opportunities for the board to issue violations and fines.  Any rules and restrictions the Home Owners are held accountable to uphold or be charged penalties for failures or lapses to do so, that can lead to legal action, liens and foreclosures, these documents shall be pre-approved by a ratification vote by a majority of the Home Owners at the SSSFHOA Annual Meeting.  This includes the Master Association Rules for use of the Lakes and Parks
    MARK ONLY ONE X  IN ONE MARGIN BOX ON THE LEFT

     

    100%

    I support the Rights of Owners to participate in creating and approving rules that include how violations and penalties are launched.  Changes to be approved at each Annual Meeting.
    I support the Rights of Owners to disagree and contest violations,  and to ratify rewritten rules.
    I support the board trustees to administer rules and violation penalties without Owner input or acceptance of hundreds of Rules in several documents.

     

    ISSUE 6…. ELECTION OF CANDIDATES TO REPLACE THREE TRUSTEE’S WHO HAVE COMPLETED TERMS.
    MARK THREE  X’s  FOR THREE CANDIDATES ONLY  in the 3 MARGIN BOXES .  MORE THAN THREE MARKS ENTIRELY DISQUALIFIES CANDIDATE VOTES ON YOUR BALLOT.
    IF YOU ARE WRITING-IN A NAME NOT LISTED, COUNT THAT NAME(S) AS ONE OF YOUR THREE VOTES.

     100% HUNT WILLIAMS – Incumbent
        82% JESSICA WILTSEE
        77% CHRIS BACHMAN  (SSL Editor)
         0% MIKE COLLETT
         6% BRIAN MEGREGAN (withdrew)
         0% TRACY TANNER
    WRITE-IN CANDIDATE  NAME
    WRITE-IN CANDIDATE  NAME

    NOTE:  Sept. 17, 2019 letter from Model HOA: “The first meeting of the 2020 board of trustees will commence following the adjournment of the 2019 annual meeting. The selection of board officers from among the newly elected and remaining trustees will take place.”  A of Inc.: The candidate with the most votes is to become the new board president.   We admonish you to choose well the new trustees.

    ISSUE 7.A… COVENANTS, CONDITIONS & RESTRICTIONS   New Title: “Amended Declaration of CCRs for Silver Springs Development Subdivisions (hereafter “Declaration”) … evidenced …by the Silver Springs Single Family Homeowner’s Association (hereafter  “Association”)”   compiled and revised by board members, calling it the ”As Is” 1994 CCRs. The term “As Is” Reddy uses in his email comes from sales agreements that notify the buyer there is no express or implied warranty on the sale.  The buyer therefore takes the goods or property at his or her own risk, without recourse against the seller for condition, content, or performance.   Reddy’s use of this term for these CCRs gives me cause to wonder what is “the risk”, what will be given up, or what is meant by “with all its faults”, or “without warranty of approvable content”, without oversight?  CCRs provided with a hasty ballot request from Reddy.

    The 1985 Homeowners did NOT approve of maintaining a connection with the Developers documents and agreements from 1979 through 1985. What is being forgotten is that on the Summit County record Page 273 “All Declarations relating to the Silver Springs Development Subdivisions were repealed” at the October 14, 1985 Annual and Incorporating Meeting of the SSSFHOA as Entry 244975 in Book M370. I encourage you to vote:  NO, I DO NOT APPROVE (of the board’s “As Is”1994 mishmashed CCRs).  It is important for each household to Vote to avoid the detriment to Homeowners produced by a Replacement Meeting . The challenge is to disapprove of these “G.I.G.O.”  CCRs by a count of more than 96 owners (or 51%).  Remember for the January 2019 vote we had 105 Owners vote “NO”.   We can beat that number.
    MARK ONE or TWO X CHOICES   within the FIVE MARGIN BOXES
    CHOOSE THE DIRECTION YOU THINK WILL BE THE MOST BENEFICIAL FOR OUR SSSF NEIGHBORHOOD.

     6% Do not change anything.  Wait for the NEW 2020 board of trustees to provide curative, transparent, unbiased leadership with new, concise, simplified documents.
     12% My choice is Homeowners  Annotated CCRs  This Declaration is posted online.  Incorporated is the Homeowners 2018 input at eleven meetings and via email , etc.
    These CCRs return the table on the origin of authority back to the HomeOwners.
     58% NO! to reviving without Homeowner input  the “As Is” 1994 “Development Subdivisions” CCRs Reddy wants us to hurriedly, unceremoniously accept without discussion.  We don’t want a back road detour that takes us to the Developers 1979-1994 documents, unratified by Owners.
     24% Yes! to Dissolving the current SSSFHOA and its outdated Developer’s mishmashed documents ; deteriorating HOA elections and Member distrust of the boardBegin with a clean slate, with new unadulterated Charter documents written specifically for our present-day SSSF Neighborhood of privately owned Single Family homes that do not include amenities nor common areas.  Keep it Simple.  Make our neighborhood happy again.

    ISSUE 7.B… BYLAWS  – Amend  the  Adjourned “Replacement “ Meeting language found in the 1985 Bylaws  Article III Meetings of Members.  Section 2 Annual Meetings;
    followed by Section 5 Quorum.:  Fifty-one percent (51%) or more of the Members in good standing present in person or by proxy shall constitute a quorum for any and all purposes, except in situations in which express provisions require a greater vote.  In the absence of a quorum, the meeting shall be reconvened within 30 days, allowing Members at least two (2) weeks’ notice of meeting and providing proxy forms, at which time it shall reconvene and ANY NUMBER of Members in good standing present at such subsequent meeting, in person or by proxy, SHALL CONSTITUTE A QUORUM.  Members in good standing shall be defined as an owner who has kept current in paying of his/her association fee obligations not exceeding 90 days of delinquency.  At any such adjourned meeting held as set forth above, ANY BUSINESS may be transacted which might have been transacted at the meeting as originally noticed.”  Low attendance has occurred at Annual Meetings (with as few as 5 or 12 Owners) with disappointing outcomes for Homeowners.  Also this now accepted no majority quorum provides little motivation to trustees to get busy collecting ballots from the Homeowners,  this practice allows them to pass pretty much any rules or fines they have conjured.  It is an unproductive cycle we need to end.
    MARK ONLY ONE X on ONE MARGIN BOX

     100% I agree the Bylaws Article 3. Section 5 Quorum requirement shall be the same for the adjourned Replacement meeting as for the Annual Meeting.
    I agree, any number of Members, even if only 2 or more are present at such Replacement meeting, in person or by proxy, shall constitute an election and CCR changes “quorum”.

    ISSUE 8… UNDERDRAINS are named  DRAINAGE FACILITIES in the CCR Reddy wants you to approve.  Drainage facilities come up 7 times in Article IX.   In January 2019 the majority of HOMEOWNERS voted for the sixth time to not include the underdrains in our CCRs.  The board is bypassing our votes by again including the underdrains into their latest “As IS” CCRs.   IS IT LEGAL for the board to spend HOA funds for a system the Homeowners DO NOT OWN, and have voted repeatedly to not involve the SSSF HOA in repairs to PRIVATE PROPERTY?  Link to the    Homeowners vs Board Dispute over the UDs.
    Link : For the more extended explanation see the original version of this survey ballot.      
    MARK ONLY ONE X
    IN ONE MARGIN BOX ON THE LEFT

     97% NO ONE HAS THE RIGHT TO FORCE THE LIABILITY FOR UNDERDRAINS THEY DO NOT OWN ONTO THE HOME OWNERS WITHOUT OUR CONSENT!  That is why the few proponents of the UDs have to receive our majority vote to do so.  We shall NOT continue the Underdrain debate with the Board Trustees!  THE BOARD MUST END THEIR OBSTINATE BATTLE AGAINST THE RIGHTS OF ALL THE HOMEOWNERS!!!
      3% It seems legally elected trustees should be looking out for the best interests of ALL the Homeowners equally.  I trust they will do their duty and due diligence before proceeding.

    ISSUE 9… REMOVAL OF TRUSTEES.  SSSFHOA   Bylaws Article I. Trustees.  Section 3.  Removal.
    (A rule as far back as the 1985 Bylaws. Article VIII Section 4.)  “Any Trustee may be removed, with or without cause, by a majority vote of the Members .  The office of a Trustee may be declared vacant by the Board of Trustees … “  You have probably heard Owners talk about getting rid of this or the other “Knucklehead”.    Here is our opportunity to clean up the BOT (Board of Trustees).
    Write-in Any Trustee names you consider need removal from the board.

    Remove  39.26%      Paul Reddy
    Remove   11.%            Edy McConnell
    Remove

    In case you forgot their names:  Paul Reddy, Edy McConnell,  Chris Kautz.  Terms expire Oct. 8th for Elena Gladson, Joan Benson, Hunt Williams.  Newly appointed trustee,  August 2019, Heinrich Deter  (replaced Deb Hartley, who resigned six months ago, 3/14/19).  Reddy on board since Fall of 2017.

    ISSUE 10… SSSF HOA ANNUAL BUDGET will be an up or down hands vote for Owners in attendance at the Annual 10/08/19 Meeting. Owners not in attendance must inform their proxy holder how to represent their vote.
    The board’s 2020 Budget includes increasing the property management company fees by $6,000 (up to $22, 488.). The owner of Model HOA recently became a real estate agent, some say that creates a conflict of interest. The board added $6,000 to 2020 for John Richards Law. Added $325 to maintain Parcel “V” a small piece of land our HOA does not own.

    –also added $2,000 for an underdrain system our HOA does not own.
    IS IT LEGAL for  the board to spend HOA funds for a system the Homeowners do not own and have voted repeatedly to not get the HOA involved in repairs to PRIVATE PROPERTY?

    -Very Importantly: Summit County has never, and still does NOT, hold any mandate for SSSF to take responsibility for the underdrains. To this day Summit County has never required the SSSF to maintain the underdrains or for the HOA to own them.  Complex Solutions Dale Gifford told me his 2017 report is merely identifying what Noland told him.  No confirmation of association assigned responsibility.

    -The Underdrain Committee is divided two to one NOT to proceed with the drain project built on private properties, certainly NOT under the auspices of our SSSFHOA.  Only monitor the system as volunteers and assist individual Homeowners should experienced help be needed.

    HOA DUES produce an annual income of $70, 500.
    In 2019 total expenses are reported at $60,325. Where are the remaining $10,000.???
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    THIS SURVEY  BALLOT WILL REMAIN ANONYMOUS .

    We are always working toward informed, honest, equitable, beneficial progress.
    KNOWLEDGE IS POWER.

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    ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­YOUR  LOT NUMBER _______________   Phone or Mobile______________________________

    Owner Name(s)________________________________________________________________

    MORE INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND AT  https://www.facebook.com/SilverSpringsCommunityUT/

    -Model HOA

    December 2016 – The new SSSFHOA Board of Trustees, without notification to the Owners, nor input, decided to replace PMA with a different property management company that is run out of a condo in Park Meadows.
    Their mailing address is:

    Silver Springs Single Family HOA   ~  [email protected]

    c/o Model HOA        c/o Ryan Dickey (435) 901-9784    https://help.modelhoa.com

    2565 Fairway Village Drive    [Operation Manager:  Alyssa Yensen]

    Park City, UT 84060           [No website has been located for this company.]

    https://www.silverspringshomeowners.com/


    Silver Springs Single Family DRAFT for Re-Write of CCRs on January 23,  2017:

    https://www.silverspringscommunity.com/wp-content/uploads/Silver-Springs-Declarations-Draft-for-Review-by-Members-Jan-2017.pdf
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    Silver Springs SFHOA Bylaws Draft for Review by Members version Jan-2017

    —- 2014 Articles DBA Filing

    2014- January 27:  Bill Gunter and Rick Hovey filed this change in the status of the Silver Springs Single Family Homeowners Association from being an autonomous Association to becoming a DBA of the Developer was filed without Homeowners being notified or provided an explanation, input or discussion action.

    The obvious reason for connecting the SSSFHOA to the Developer’s HOA is to make use of the Developer’s agreements with Summit County, and to pass the Developer’s responsibility and liability for the maintenance of the temporary 1979-1982 underdrains to the SSSF Homeowners; also to justify the furtive actions of the board trustees against the votes and conversations with the majority of the Homeowners.

    2008-10-13-SSSFHOA-Articles-of-Incorporation.pdf

     

    2014-01-27-SSSFHOA-dba-developers-SSHOA

     

     

     

    Members and Meeting

    MEMBERS WHO HAVE MOVED AWAY:  Bill and Barbara Miano of Fletcher Court moved this month from our neighborhood to Midway, Utah. Sad to see one of our first residents leave our community. In their place are our new neighbors, Matthew & Brooke Raby. Congratulations and Welcome.

    Moved also from SSSF during the last year are Jim and Billie Harsch, the Coursens, the Odernheimers, the Becks, Linda King, John Dougherty, Ted Ligety, John and Mollie Poynton, the Sanbonmatsus, Skip and Marilyn Domenick, the Faulkners, the Algers, the Becks, the McMahons, the Purcells, Paul Richards, the Jenkins, the Andersons, and others I can’t remember right now. Our neighborhood has many new faces and wonderful new horizons.  See the newly published member directory for the new neighbor names.


    The correspondence received from the Board of Trustees leaves me wondering who are the returning trustees.
    Dwight Hibdon, Shirlee Sanderson, Gary Milkis and Steven Fassett are the elected and seated Trustees, the first three are completing their 2-year terms this month. I have not received a response to my queries of whether they will be returning (if re-elected).  Steve has one more year of his term.
    In April 2013 the trustees voted to include Ed Cody and Robyn Bailey in the board.
    In June 2013 Dan Aucunas was added with no further mentioned attendance.
    As far as I can tell Shirlee has not attended a board meeting during 2013.
    Robyn Bailey attended only the June meeting.
    The PROXY ballot makes no mention of any board members, only listing two candidates, Paul Stangeland and Lucy Archer.
    Instructions are that “Either one or both may be a Write In and part of the four (4) total candidates you identify below.”
    The question is…. are any of the seated, expiring, trustees also candidates?  Perhaps their proposal to hire a management company has replaced their ambition to serve as board trustees?  I have asked but have not received a response.
    There are other possible neighbors who may be willing to serve but the effort to cultivate interest and commitment has been lacking.


    2012 Dec 4 Master Association Annual Meeting

     Posted after the date of this meeting:

    SILVER SPRINGS MASTER ASSOCIATION ANNUAL BOARD MEETING

    DECEMBER 4, 2012

    All Silver Springs property owners are invited to an informative meeting of the Silver Springs Master Association

    on December 4, 2012, from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

    at St Luke’s Episcopal Church 4595 N Silver Springs Dr.

    Posted on February 23, 2013

    2013 SSSFHOA Annual Picnic

    2013 SSSFHOA Annual Picnic

    THIS EVENT WAS RAINED OUT.

    SSSFHOA Annual Mtg and Election – Oct. 8, 2013

    To be held at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church at 7 p.m.


    The SSSFHOA Bylaws were modified on October 12, 2010 as follows: “Article III, Section 2, Annual Meeting, Line 2: The annual meeting date will be held on the second Tuesday in October.”


    ANNOUNCEMENT AND AGENDA FOR SSSFHOA ANNUAL MEETING
    2013-Oct 8 SSSF Agenda


    2013-Nomination Form and Ballot– Due no later than the date of the meeting at 5:00 p.m.
    Delivered to Dwight Hibdon’s house at 4958 N. East Meadows Dr.
    2013-Nomination Form and Ballot


    SSSFHOA BUDGET FROM JANUARY 1, 2013 to SEPTEMBER 10, 2013
    2013 SSSF Budget January to September


    REQUEST FOR QUOTE FOR HOA MANAGEMENT COMPANY
    2013- Oct HOA Management Co Request for Quote – pg 12013- Oct HOA Management Co Request for Quote – pg 2



    ” WHEN YOU FAIL TO PLAN, YOU PLAN TO FAIL” should be the Board’s motto.  A small room was the meeting space allocated for this meeting, certainly not large enough to hold over 180+ couples.
    Nineteen SSSF lots were represented tonight.  Five ballots were received from non-attending owners. The meeting was not called to order as a quorum was not present.  Hibdon guessed the follow up meeting would possibly be scheduled for Tuesday, October 29th, a letter will be sent out to the property owners to confirm a rescheduled meeting date.The proxy ballot was flawed because there was no way to identify or record the votes as required by our Articles of Incorporation.
    Most of the meeting conversation cycled around the hiring of a property management company to enforce the CCRs on the homeowners.  Only one property management company has been looked into, there are 44 PM companies in the Park City area.  I volunteered to look into other companies on behalf of Dwight, it is important that we interview a range of companies to find a good fit.

    Another topic of discussion was a few neighbors reluctance to follow the CCRs.  The owner of Lot 145 is a perpetual problem due to lack of upkeep of his home and yard.  The owner of Lot 39 has parked 2 to 4 vehicles in his driveway every day for twenty-plus years, he has also left his waste cans in front of his garage in full view of passersby for a similar time.  Attendees gave various examples of how the board has failed to enforce the CCRs. The input I have heard from homeowners is that the board trustees generally do not follow the Bylaws so the property owners do not respond to the board requests to comply with the CCRs.
    I again requested that the MA post their meeting minutes and monthly budgets.  New MA President Jeff Nielsen said he realized it had been quite a long time since the last minutes were posted (last minutes were for the 11/13/2012 meeting, the last budget was for 2010 or actual 2011) and that he would see to it that they were posted soon on the website.  I wrote an email to Dwight Hibdon regarding both the MA meeting that preceded the SSSFHOA meeting tonight, and the SSSF meeting itself, that I will share here:

    “Hi Dwight,

    You missed the part of the MA discussion wherein I asked Robyn, Les Carriel, and Nielsen about the $80,000. CD that has disappeared from the MA savings.  Robyn was quite cavalier about it, stating that the discussion I referred to did occur but that it was all a joke.  I witnessed the event, it was not spoken as a joke.  Nielsen said the MA audit did not discover the CD.  That was for a number of reasons I can think of:  first because the audit was for a very limited short and fairly recent time frame that did not include the several years when the money was accrued, nor the year when the CD was invested, nor a number of years following the investment.   Les Carriel stated that the MA board has discussed this CD on a number of occasions and are inconclusive regarding whether the CD existed or not.  Basically, the board feels there is no way to track $80,000 dollars of homeowner fees entrusted to the MA manager.  What really galls me is that no one has had the consideration since 2008 to tell me (a) that the board has discussed/looked into my concern, or (b) that the discussion between Ron Duyker, Jerry Romero, and Robyn Bailey has been labeled “a joke”.

    Dwight, I don’t know whether you were in or out of the room when MA trustee Larry Eichner voiced his concern about the MA board holding  a quarter of a million dollars ($221,000) in reserve over and above the unallocated savings of (I think they said) $24,000. There is some background that I could tell you regarding how the MA board accumulated some of that excess without property owner consent as outlined in the MA Bylaws, etc. Noland was the perpetrator on that unauthorized collection.  One of the presidents of another subdivision told me today that her board does not participate in the MA, “they are all crazy in that group” she told me.  Another blaring question was regarding the MA expenditures for attorney fees ($39,974 in 2012). This board is currently engaged in rewriting the MA Bylaws and apparently they do not feel the property owners need to be involved or informed, “These are rules for how we run this board, it has no affect on the property owners.”  Oh, really!

    On the way out of the meeting I again tried to talk to Bill Noland to request that he share with me (the website) the documents from attorneys, etc. that he claims justifies his position on continuing with the underdrain system even though the property owners have voted it down and it is not a part of our documents.  Noland ignored me as I walked along with him from the center hallway out to the parking lot.  His lack of response leads me to be even more convinced that he may have engineering knowledge of the workings of underdrains but that he does not understand that the Silver Springs property owners do not consider it an HOA issue but an individual homeowner issue as stated in our CC&Rs.

    I was disappointed that you have “pretty much concluded a done deal” with PMA without talking to more of the other 44 PM companies in PC.   I know the neighborhood docs give the board the power to do this but the board does have an obligation to make decisions of this nature palpable and inclusive to the property owners who pay the bills and will be required to live in a “policed” state hired by the board trustees (few of whom know or understand their duties or how to manage a neighborhood).

    I am writing to you to apprise you that opinions and interest in board activities do exist.  I told you in March that I was willing to help the board, you told me you would discuss it with the board and get back to me.  I never heard back from you. Last month I asked for assistance to produce a neighborhood directory, I was told no one on the board had any property owner lists; not even the paid bookkeeper?  The board complaint tonight was that no one wants to serve as a trustee.  What I know is that the board is not prepared or organized enough to have someone capable and willing to assist them. The man sitting beside me (Paul Russell?) told me that he has read my community website, he said he could tell that I was deeply frustrated by the board and the homeowners’ situation.  A few rotten apples can ruin the whole bushel.

    Best regards,
    Lucy Archer

    P.S.  F.Y.I. Property owners who have received the Silver Springs Directory I put together (without any board help) have said they love it, it is long overdue, great job, thank you sooo much.



    2013 CANDIDATE BIOGRAPHIES:

    –PAUL STANGELAND: (will be posted when received)


    –LUCY ARCHER –

    – Lucy is originally from Michigan and holds a Masters degree in Education and Technology.
    – Lucy moved to Silver Springs Single Family subdivision on September 1, 1982.
    – She was a founding member of the SSSFHOA and served as its secretary for six years.
    – In 1993 Lucy was a co-founder of the Summit County Library on Rasmussen Road.
    – In 2000 Lucy was recruited by the Silver Springs Master Association as the webmaster to produce and maintain their website at www.silverspringshoa.org, now expanded at www.silverspringscommunity.com.
    – In 2008 Lucy served in the SSSFHOA Board Trustee as secretary and webmaster.
    – While on the board Lucy produced a monthly newsletter for property owners and continued to maintain and update the community website, both at her own expense
    – Lucy fully performed her duties as secretary, she planned and organized the Annual Meeting and Election, with the assistance of other homeowners, resulting in an 81% participation and attendance. The largest gathering of homeowners in a couple decades.
    – Lucy has maintained an archival collection of documents, minutes, letters, etc., beginning in 1982, for the SSSFHOA which is housed in her home.
    – Lucy is running for the board to assist in management by using the skills she performs in her work. Also to bring joy and cohesiveness to our neighborhood with a hope of bringing residents closer together.
    – Lucy hopes to reinstate a monthly newsletter, transparency to the board, new ideas, adherence to the Bylaws and a means of regularly receiving property owner input via email.
    – Lucy has produced a neighborhood directory booklet; and would like to begin fundraising work to build a clubhouse for neighborhood gatherings and recreation.
    – Lucy hopes to have your vote counted for the October 8, 2013 Annual Election or whenever the board schedules the replacement meeting.

    Silver Springs SF Board Meeting – Sept. 10

    SSSFHOA Board Meeting

    Tuesday, September 10th, 6:30pm at st. Luke’s Episcopal Church

    This meeting should include plans for the October 2013 Annual Election and Membership Meeting.

     

    FIRE burns Rockport homes, outbuildings, vehicles

    Fire started when lightning hit a power pole in Rockport.

    2013 - View from Silver Springs of August 13-15 Rockport and Promontory Fire
    August 14, 2013 – View of Rockport fire from Silver Springs Drive

    2013 - August 13-15 Rockport firenado
    August 14, 2013 Rockport firenado

    2013-08-14 - Helicopter drops bucket of water
    Helicopter drops bucket of water on hot spots in Rockport

    2013- August 19 Wood Chipping Service

    Monday, August 19, 2013  – Last date this year for Silver Springs Community PCFD Wood Chipping Service

    The Park City Fire Service District will again offer the Wood Chipping and Fuel Reduction Program during the summer of 2013.  The dates for the service are June 3 – August 19.  You can view our planned schedule by subdivision here (PDF).  If your subdivision/area is not listed on the calendar, please indicate your subdivision/area on the chipping request form and you will be contacted to schedule a chipping date.  Based on the amount of chipping needed, a service charge of $100.00 may be assessed.  Click here to see if your chipping needs will necessitate a service charge.

    Fire Department Administrative Office

    736 W Bitner Road
    Park City, Utah 84098-5432
    (435) 940-2500

     
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