Mountain Pines Post

First Quarter 2016

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Board and ARC Positions Available!

At the last Mountain Pines HOA annual meeting, the membership elected a new board member to serve on the Board of Directors. Unfortunately this elected board member has resigned due to commitment conflicts. This leaves a vacancy on the board. Any interested owners willing to fill this vacancy until the next annual meeting should contact the staff at Mile High Management at 541-598-7662 for details. It would be beneficial to the association to assign a local Mountain Pines owner who is willing to sign checks on behalf of the association twice a month to fill the vacancy.

Dave Meier, a current ARC co-chair, explained at the last annual meeting his desire to form an architectural review committee (ARC) to oversee modification requests for Mountain Pines. Ideally this committee will consist of five (5) members. Again, please contact Mile High Management at 541-598-7662 for details, or to express your interest in serving on this committee.

Electronic Communications!

In an effort to conserve our natural resources, as well as provide Mountain Pines Owners with the most current and up to date information in a timely manner, we would like to utilize electronic communications as often as possible. We are interested in your feedback. Was this newsletter helpful? Easy to access? Any input is greatly appreciated.

Please contact the staff at Mile High Management to be sure we have your current email address, or to provide us with your property managers email address to be copied on all community related correspondence.

Mile High Management

Mile High Management is the managing agent selected to represent the needs of the Mountain Pines Homeowners Association. Please feel free to contact their friendly staff for any HOA related requests to include but limited to, document requests, account information, website username and password, or to report a community related incident. Mile High Management is happy to assist you with all of your association needs.