Manor Lands Annual Election Results
The following people were elected to the Board of Directors:
- Belinda Taylor
- Mardell Nelson
- Denise Hevner
- Christopher Valdez
The 2021 Budget was approved.
Thanks everyone who volunteered to serve and participated in the election process.
Meeting minutes from the September MLPOA Board meeting have been posted at the following location:
Manor Lands Board Meeting Minutes
Announcement from Shar Code, President
Hello MLPOA property owners, I hope this post finds you well. As you know, COVID 19 restrictions prevent us from holding a traditional annual meeting. The board of directors, along with the assistance of our webmaster, has decided to use an electronic ballot to vote for new board members and approve the 2021 budget. We have suspended all other topics until we can meet as a group to facilitate questions and answers.
The electronic ballot was tested and found to be secure and effective. Controls are in place to ensure only one ballot is sent to each dues paying member in good standing. If you pay dues on multiple lots you will receive additional ballots.
The ballots will be sent by email to the primary email (first email listed) only. Please watch your primary email account for a ballot approximately 1 week from this notice. You will have 7 days to complete and return your ballot. Along with the ballot will be the board candidates biographies and the proposed 2021 annual budget.
If you have questions about this process or want to update your email please contact Cyndi Kindred at email@example.com Thank you.
July and August Board Meeting Minutes have been posted at the Board Meeting Minutes page.
The Fall hunting season has begun and we have received reports of possible hunting within Manor Lands. This is a reminder that there is absolutely no hunting within MLPOA with any kind of weapon. Please share this with family and friends.
Shar Code, President
From Shar Code, President:
There have been multiple bear sightings around MLPOA during the past few weeks. The bear has been seen on porches and decks searching for food. Several hummingbird feeders have been targeted. The DWR was contacted and they strongly recommend that we remove all bird feeders, food and trash immediately. The DWR prefers to allow the bear to roam, however, if it becomes a nuisance, they will trap and euthanize it.
Thank you for your cooperation.
From President Shar Code:
Fire weather conditions remain extreme and the Department of Natural Resources has issued a Fire Restriction Order. As of Thursday, August 13, 2020 ALL camp fires are banned in MLPOA until further notice, including those that meet requirements in item #1 of attached Fire Restriction Order. In addition, please adhere to all other acts prohibited in the Fire Restriction Order. Thank you!
From President Shar Code
A large portion of the state of Utah is currently under red flag conditions. Because of hot temperatures, low relative humidity and the prediction of strong winds, the board wants to appeal to its members to voluntarily ban camp fires on their properties. If you choose to have a camp fire, it must be in an approved fire pit, a shovel and at least 10 gallons of water readily available and a person 18 years or older in constant attendance until the fire is completely extinguished. Fines will be assessed for violations in accordance with the Penalties and Assessment portion of the Rules and Regulations. The fire pit regulations and the penalties and assessments can be found on the website, manorlands.org.
Thank you for your cooperation.