PINE BROOK HILLS HOMEOWNER’S ASSOCIATION
GENERAL MEETING MINUTES

JULY 26, 2007 

The Thursday, July 26, 2007 general meeting of the Pine Brook Hills Home Owner’s Association was held at the Chautauqua picnic shelter. The meeting was called to order by President Tim Triggs at 6:45 pm. The meeting was followed by the Colorado Music Festival concert at 7:30.

Approximately 30 residents were in attendance. 

Event Announcements:

 October HOA meeting, Thursday October 31, 6:00 potluck, 7:00 program (TBA) followed by business meeting.

  Reports:

 Reports on fire district, water, fire mitigation, etc. will be given in a very brief format by the President.

Boulder County announced a no-burn restriction for Boulder County to be effective 7/27.

The PBH reservoir is full at this point. But water supply from Four Mile Canyon has recently become unavailable due to low flows in the creek.

Timber Lane and Sunshine Canyon fire mitigation project are completed.  City of Boulder will finish their part within the next 2 months.

 Old Business:

Minutes from April 25, 2007 meeting – Secretary Meeting minutes moved, seconded, and approved.

Treasury update – Treasurer: about 80% of PBH residents paid HOA dues. We're about $10K ahead of last year.

Nominations for new Vice President and Secretary (terms to begin 1/1/08)

Nominations: Vice President: Sally Ashby, Secretary: Marla Saville

Re-vegetation of the Dam: It's not clear when the dam will be backfilled. The State has indicated that the dam has to be full at least for six months before inspection/approval for backfilling.

Recreational Use of the Reservoir area:

Div. Of Wildlife has problems getting enough pure Cutthroat Trout to stock the PBH reservoir. Therefore the Water Board has introduced other species because of the positive effect on the water quality.  Fishing might be allowed as early as next year.

PBH Water Board survey results:

55% of PBH members responded to survey

75 % were in favor of recreational use of reservoir

75% were in favor of fishing

50% were interested in boating

50% wanted to allow dogs.

The Water Board will begin discussions of recreational uses and associated budgeting, beginning in September.

 New Business:

 Starhouse introduction: It's a trans-denominational church. They want to be well connected with PBH. www.thestarhouse.org.

 Program:  Chautauqua Concert