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GCCHLA Meeting Minutes, September 15, 2018

GCCHLA MeetingThursday, September 15, 2018 (Draft)

LocationFirehouse

Time: 1:10 PM

Adjourned: 2:00 PM

Board Member Attendees: John Bottomley, Lance Crouse, Curtis & Tina DePoyster, Dave  Gallaher, Rusty Stewart, Otto & Kelly VanGeet, Craig Wandrey

Treasurer’s Report

Emergency Fund – 
Savings: 
$12,032.27   

Homeowner’s Fund – 
Checking:
$1,486.46
Savings:
$5,325.34

Combined Total for all Accounts - $18,844.075

  Old Business

    None

New Business/Updates

  • John explained the need for the Forest Service Permit and for Homeowners Association insurance.  John also described the last time the emergency fund was used for road maintenance and the time before that to plow out neighbors. 
  • Everyone at the meeting introduced themselves.
  • Matt Taylor gave an update on the Forest Service recreational shooting plan.
    • In 2012 the county was receiving a lot of complaints from homeowners concerning shooting in their area.
    • In 2013 a group was formed with representatives from the Forest Service and Clear Creek, Gilpin, Boulder and Larimer counties. 
    • In 2015 the Forest Service closed Boulder and Gilpin counties to all recreational shooting.  This was done without any input from the counties. 
    • The Forest Service will release a new plan next week. 
    • For an area to be closed to shooting a shooting range with 15 shooter lanes needs to be open in the area. 
        • On the south side of I-70 there is Devils Nose range at Highway 103 and Highway 5. 
        • The county is looking for a site on the north side of I-70 for a shooting range. 
    • Hunting is not affected by this plan. 
    • Matt encouraged people to contact our county commissioner Randy Wheelock. 
    • Additional information may be found at sportshootingpartners.com.
  • A bridge will be built across I-70 at Fall River Road.
  • No update on mailboxes.
  • No information on road base from the county at this time.

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