Update on BLM Burn Piles
The board reached out to the DNR recently to follow up on questions that arose during the annual meeting regarding placing limbs on BLM burn piles. The following is the response Tom Wootton received from John Schmidt of the DNR.
“Tom, The short answer from me is NO. There is no way to control that activity and what is a few limbs is very subjective. With that said you could approach the BLM directly but, as an adjacent landowner they may be offended that their land is less valuable than the private side. Pile the limbs on the owners land to our standard in the brochure and they can get a burn permit or we could assist in burning. Hope this helps.
~ John Schmidt“
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George Colson, Iron County Emergency Manager, spoke with the members and provided valuable information about fire and safety issues.
Good News for our Sub-division
I met with a representative from Beehive and was advised that they are planning to dig down the existing line 3 feet. While the trench is open, they will be installing two conduits at the same time for future plans to add fiber optics. From what I was told, it will most likely be a 2-week process. Beehive will be working on that road from High Aspen down to the radio shack.
I also spoke with Ray Bulloch. Once Beehive has completed their work, Bullochs Dirt Works will grade that road and use the material owed to us from CICWCD for road damage caused due to the leaking water tank.
This is good news for our community as they have a large spool of orange and blue conduit which is about 2inches in diameter which will allow them to pull copper wire and fiber through them at a later date, which will be for data/high speed internet.
Please watch for equipment.
Mike Brask, HOA Presiden
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Wildlife Feeding Note
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