Meeting and Common Areas

Timber Lakes Owners: Meetings We are holding our regular board meetings this week, on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 in Salt Lake City, Utah. The location, time and agenda are available on our private, owners-only website. All owners are invited and welcome to attend. Common Areas The TLPOA Common Area Committee is having the Summer Wrap-up and 2015 Planning Meeting on Thursday, October 16, 2014 at 7:00 pm at the Meierhofer's home, 547 Greenbriar Rd. Please join us if you want to volunteer on this committee, or have input/ideas for the project. We are seeking volunteers to help in the following areas: Become a steward or Trail Boss of an area Assist with maps and signage Weed and Seed Gate garden beautification Scout project liaison New area trail designs If you want to participate but can not attend in person, you will be able to call into the meeting. Just let Barb Meierhofer know and she will send you the phone number. You can reach Barb Meierhofer at tlpoacommonarea@gmail.com. Snowmobile Stickers Get your stickers now, beat the rush! The TLPOA Request for an Entertainment Operating Permit by Lot Owner forms can be printed by clicking here or you can pick one up at either the security gate house or the TLPOA office. All recreational vehicles must be registered and have a sticker.  Only TLPOA lot owners can get stickers, and owners are responsible for their guests.  Owners' season pass stickers cost $15 and visitor’s 7-day stickers are $10. Please remember not to trespass on other’s property. On a snowmobile, you can only exit at the top, and you must stay on the marked easement across the Heber Valley Camp property. Have fun, but do it legally. Weather Check out the new improvements on our

October 13th, 2014|Categories: Secretary / Newsletter|0 Comments

Rainbow Alert #7

Timber Lakes Lot Owners: From the US Forest Service Heber City, Utah July 9, 2014 –The Rainbow Family gathering is officially over and approximately 85 percent of the gatherers have left the area. More are expected to be leaving throughout the week. A group within the Rainbow gatherers calling themselves “Fat Kids” is heading up the cleaning efforts. They will remain until Forest Service resource advisors feel rehabilitation guidelines have been met per the Operating Plan. Forest Service Law Enforcement Officer did remain busy throughout the Rainbow Family gathering. There were 587 total incidents, 31 arrest, 136 violations issued, 195 warnings given, and 225 other incidents documented. From Timber Lakes  Note that the law enforcement numbers above only include incidents in the National Forest and do not include the incidents in town or on the roads leading to the forest. Wasatch County deputies, along with the Utah Highway Patrol, Heber City Police Department and Tooele City Police Department (Tooele loaned officers) did a fantastic job of riding herd on the Rainbow Family. As for security in Timber Lakes, we will discontinue the extra security on the upper portion of the mountain near the snowmobile gate as of Thursday July 10, 2014.  We will continue 24/7 security at the entrance to Timber Lakes for a few more days. Thanks to all of you for keeping a watchful eye on your own place as well as your neighbors.  Timber Lakes did not have anything out of the ordinary occur during the time the Rainbow Family were camped in the forest above our community. Thanks to our security guys for their extra-long hours and many days straight without time off.  Thanks to Strider Security, from Provo, for filling in when another

July 9th, 2014|Categories: Secretary / Newsletter|0 Comments

Notice of Annual Meeting and Voting

 Notice of Annual Meeting The Timber Lakes Property Owners Association Annual Meeting will be held Saturday, July 12, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. in the Wasatch County Senior Citizens Center, located at 465 East 1200 South, Heber City, Utah. Registration is from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. The meeting starts at 10:00 a.m. We will elect three owners to serve on the Board of Directors at this meeting plus conduct any other business that may be appropriately  brought before the meeting. Volunteers Needed The TLPOA Election Committee needs to rally 10 volunteers to help at the check-in tables and count ballots.  This is great way to meet your neighbors and help play an important role in our community.  Contact Craig Allen (Nominating Committee Chairperson) if you can help, CraigAllen@TimberLakesUtah.com . Vote All property owners should have received a TLPOA Ballot Packet in the mail. Please read through all the information and follow the directions carefully. Complete either the Official Ballot or the Official Proxy Form. Make sure to write your lot number(s) on the pre-addressed #9 envelope, put a First Class Stamp on it and mail it back to us at: TLPOA Nomination Committee 218 Timber Lakes Estates Heber City, UT 84032-9695 The owner of each lot that is paid current is entitled to one ballot. You may choose one of three ways to vote: mail, proxy or in person at the Annual Meeting. Mailed ballots and mailed proxy forms must be must be received in the TLPOA office by Thursday, July 10, 2014. If you have questions call the TLPOA office (435) 785-8762. If you have not received your Ballot Packet in the mail, please call the office to update your address. For the TLPOA Board

June 19th, 2014|Categories: Secretary / Newsletter|0 Comments

Rainbow Alert #2

Timber Lakes Owners: We have been notified by the Wasatch County Sheriff that the Rainbow Family of Living Light World Peace and Healing Gathering has moved its location to the following coordinates: 40˚ 25’ 39.4” N and 111˚ 09’ 42.4” W. This is approximately three miles southeast of our most eastern Timber Lakes border and is about six miles closer to us than their previous location. Rainbow Camp marked with yellow pin The Heber City Police Department is notifying businesses in Heber City of the extra number of people that are arriving in the County. As a precautionary measure, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has closed two stake camps along Lake Creek Road just east of Timber Lakes. They have also increased the number of personnel at the Heber Valley Camp. The Sheriff previously advised Timber Lakes property owners to take this seriously and make sure property is secure. A KSL News story about the Rainbow gathering may be viewed by clicking here. Gary Hume, President, TLPOA

June 17th, 2014|Categories: Secretary / Newsletter|0 Comments

April Board Meetings Canceled

Timber Lakes Owners: We regret to announce that our April Board Meetings have been canceled. Due to the number of board members who are unable to attend the April meetings, we have been forced to cancel them (the meetings, not the members). We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to seeing you at the May meetings. Theresa Gubler TLPOA Board

April 13th, 2014|Categories: Secretary / Newsletter|0 Comments