Monday, October 27, 2014

Creek Side Water System News

Cabin Owners,

As of Sunday afternoon October 27th,  the creek side water system has been shut down for the winter and will not be operational again until next Spring.  Below freezing temperatures are expected to arrive within the next few days, so if you have not winterized your cabin yet, you might want to get up there very soon and do so.  Thanks once again to Owen and Justin Purdy for helping out with this yearly effort.

Our well driller has completed the drilling operation.  He had to go considerable deeper than we had originally hoped. The good news is that we do have a viable well to begin pumping water from beginning next summer.  There are still several of you out there that have yet to send in your $1,500 payment.  Please do so now so that we can pay the well drilling invoice and complete the rest of the project.  The next step is for us to purchase and install a power pole near the well so that So Cal Edison can string a power line to our site.  This will hopefully happen in the next week or two as we were told that they are already planning to be working in the area.

More news to follow as the project progresses.

Brad Barker, President
Owen Purdy, Vice President
Lori Armer, Secretary Treasurer

Monday, June 9, 2014

Dinkey Creek Water and Improvement Association - Work Day and Annual Meeting notice

We are planning a short water system work day on  June 21st beginning at 10:00 AM.  If you are able to lend a hand for a few hours, please meet at 10:00 Saturday morning on the dirt road near the Noble cabin.  Bring digging implements, shovel, pick, gloves, crowbar, and/or an axe if possible. Thanks.  -Brad Barker

Dinkey Creek Water and Improvement Association
Annual Meeting Notice

The Dinkey Creek Water and Improvement Association annual meeting will be held on Saturday, July 5 th, 10:00am at the Campground Amphitheater. Please review enclosed minute meetings from last summer. At last year’s meeting, discussion was held regarding an assessment for the installation of new water tanks. We are looking at about a $700.00 per cabin assessment for installation. More details to follow at the annual water meeting. Hope to see you all there! -Lori Armer

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

More trash talk

I pulled an old rusty BBQ and a white utility cart out of our Granite Dumpster this afternoon. They will be stored next to my shed, in the event that someone was unaware of the rules, and wishes to dispose of them and rid me of the responsibility. Were Granite to find these items in the receptacle when they emptied the dumpster, we would be fined accordingly--in past years we have paid several hundred dollars in fines. PLEASE DO NOT PUT ANYTHING EXCEPT HOUSEHOLD TRASH in our granite dumpster.