Volunteer for SPHA Architectural Committee

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR SUMMIT PARK ARCHITECTURAL COMMITTEE   The Summit Park Architectural Committee is reorganizing and we’re in need of several  volunteers to join the committee. The Summit Park CC&Rs require that building plans undergo architectural review by the committee prior to submitting them to the County Building Department for approval and a building permit.
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Craig Eroh Stepping Down

Craig Eroh has informed us that he needs to step down from his role as president due to time constraints.  Chris Quinones has been elected to take his place.

Noxious Weed in Summit Park

Noxious Weed in Summit Park

WANTED: Bad Weed In Our Neighborhood!   Do you recognize this weed? Garlic Mustard is that awful weed we’ve recently seen in Summit Park that produces those needle-like seeds; always stuck in your socks, your carpet and your pets fur. Good News: Summit County has received a state funded grant to help control this weed
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Volunteers Needed for Firewise Community

The Summit Park Home Owners Association is currently in the process of establishing our neighborhood as a nationally recognized Firewise community http://www.firewise.org. The National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) Firewise Communities program encourages solutions to local wildfire challenges by supporting neighborhood involvement and education. Endorsement by the NFPA provides not only local, state and national recognition
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Is it a DUMP or a recycle bin?

Is it a DUMP or a recycle bin?

Author: Chris Quinones I don’t understand what someone is thinking when they dump their “recycle” items next to the recycle bin.  Obviously their initial intention is to do the right thing by recycling.  Do they realize that what they are actually doing is littering?  The recycle company does not pick this stuff up.  If it
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Change in the SPHA Board

After a long and productive tenure,  Kay Kunkle has decided to step down from her role as president of the SPHA. She plans to focus her future efforts on the challanging task of establishing a uniform CCR for all the plats in Summit Park.  We would like to thank Kay  for all that she has done
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Toll Canyon paperwork to be signed

From CAGE: Summit County Council is scheduled to sign the necessary paperwork authorizing the purchase of Toll Canyon this Wed. at 4:00 at the County Courthouse in Coalville. While this is a “done deal” we wanted to let any interested people know in case they wanted to attend this momentous event!      

Ice dams and heat tape questions

I would like to talk to anyone who is knowledgeable about ice dams, and the best way to operate heat tape. Any neighborly advice would be greatly appreciated. I am at 490 Crestview Dr.       Happy winter and think snow. Call (435-901-4776), e-mail (mrbigsky@juno.com) or post in-line. John Barrett