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- Manor Land Regulations on Trailers Committee October 15, 2019
- Reminders from the Board October 10, 2019
- BIDS on Dodge Truck taken until Saturday September 14, 2019 September 6, 2019
- Manor Lands Secretary Position Filled August 26, 2019
- For sale: 1952 Dodge ¾ ton truck. Used as a fire truck at Manor Lands. August 22, 2019
The committee on ML Regulations regarding Trailers and the limits that are appropriate is
Dogs Must be on a Leash
Reminder – if you dog is not on your property, it must be on a leash. Unfortunately, there are several dogs running loose and attacking people.
Manor Lands Speed Limit
Reminder – we do have a speed limit in Manor Lands. Please obey the speed limit and if you choose not to you will be given a warning or a ticket from Darin.
For sale: 1952 Dodge ¾ ton truck. Used as a fire truck at Manorlands. Accepting private bids via email or text to Bryce Jones at 801 513 6540 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Four wheel drive works. Back drivers brake is the only one that works. Mileage is 46624. Has a fire siren if you are interested in putting it in a parade. Truck will be sold as is. Pump on tail gate not included. Tires have good tread. Truck is located at the green gate of Manorlands if you want a closer look. Contact Darin Elliott at 801 391 2860 if you would like to test drive it. Private bids will be accepted until 14 September. Board meets on 17 September and will make a decision whether to accept the highest bid.
For vehicle specifics, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dodge_M37
We are pleased to announce that Kae Andreason has accepted the secretary position on the board of directors. Kae previously held this position and we are excited have her join us. She will begin immediately and fulfill the remaining term that ends April 2022.
For sale: 1952 Dodge ¾ ton truck. Used as a fire truck at Manor Lands. Accepting private bids via email or text to Bryce Jones at 801 513 6540 or email@example.com. Truck will be sold as is. Pump on tail gate not included. Tires have good tread. Truck is located at the green gate of Manor Lands if you want a closer look. Private bids will be accepted until 14 September. Board meets on 17 September and will make a decision whether to accept the highest bid.
The minutes from the August Board Meeting have been posted.
In reference to the recent property evaluations and tax notices sent to Manor Lands Property Owners by Summit County, the Board of Directors has received several phone calls and comments posted on Face Book as to the validity of the evaluations. We have spoken with the Pearce Realty Team (Tom, Jamie & Travis Pearce), Judy’s family and they have agreed to conduct Market Analysis’ for anyone wishing to appeal Summit County’s Property Assessment. They need a copy of the assessment report from Summit County showing the parcel number, the name of the owner of record of the property and a brief description of the property and what is being challenged. They are doing this at no cost. You can call or text Jamie Pearce at 801 558 7545, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
July 2019 Manorlands Board Meeting Minutes are now available.
Reminder: The Board of Directory monthly meetings are held every 3rd Tuesday of the month, beginning at 6:00 pm at the Davis County Library, Centerville Branch at 45 S 400 W, Centerville, UT 84014
PLEASE BE ADVISED – The Blue Gate access to Manor Lands on Aspen Road from Highway 150 will be closed this coming Thursday, 20 June while we do culvert repair. Gain access to Manor Lands via the Green Gate/Wilderness Road located off of Highway 150 by our Caretaker’s Cabin or any of our other gates.
Just a reminder to anyone with trailers in the winter parking lots: These need to be removed immediately as they are on private property.
I have been grading as much as possible with the weather. I have completed widening Crest Hill and Alpine Cir. I will be working on Uintah Dr and Uintah Ln next and then Pineridge and Skyline after that. I would also request that fencing, fallin trees and gates be placed a few feet back from the road to allow me to recover the gravel from the sides of the road to be reused at a great cost savings.
Bear sighting! A reminder to secure all trash and other yummies that bears would enjoy. A bear was seen in the Uintah Dr. area already this year so please be vigilant.