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PMA Board Meeting

January 19, 2022, 7:00PM

The Pinebrook Master Association Board of Directors will hold its first meeting of 2022 on Wednesday, January 19th at 7:00PM via Zoom.

https://zoom.us/j/92279583324?pwd=c29Yd0sySGpqK2hGOVo1NnRNQ3BpQT09
Meeting ID: 922 7958 3324

Please reach out to the PMA for the meeting passcode.

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Meeting ID: 922 7958 3324
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Reminder: PMA Budget Meeting

The PMA Board is meeting Monday, December 20th at 5pm via Zoom to present the proposed 2022 budget, accept comment from the Association's home owners, and ratify the budget. Note that the budget as mailed to all owners has been REVISED and is presented here for review. Too, you'll find here the meeting agenda. Please contact PBTrails@plaisier.net for the link to the Zoom meeting.

Pile Burning Successful!

The effort to burn debris piles created from last season's - 2020's - fire fuel mitigation work was wonderfully successful! Many thanks to Alpine Forestry for undertaking a safe, highly effective, and well managed project. The next phase of the project is reseeding, which will take place next spring.

Pinebrook Pile Burning to Begin

Piles Behind Buckboard Circle Planned for Thursday, December 16th

The PMA's forestry contractor, Alpine Forestry, has gotten all approvals to begin burning debris piles Thursday, December 16th shortly after 8:00AM, north and west of Buckboard Circle. The contractor will be contacting all public agencies notifying them of the impending burn, and the Pinebrook Fire Safety Committee is contacting all neighboring home owner associations and the Woodward sports park.

Please contact the Fire Safety Committee at pinebrookfiresafety@gmail.com with any questions or concerns.

PMA Board of Directors Meeting

December 20, 2021, 5:00PM

The PMA Board of Directors will be meeting virtually on December 20, 2021 at 5:00PM to ratify the 2022 proposed budget. Login instructions can be obtained up to five days prior the meeting from Pinebrook Trails pbtrails@plaisier.net. Alternatively, one may submit comments by mail to the PMA, 7950 Pinebrook Rd, Park City, UT, or by email to info@pinebrookmasterassn.org. All comments received by December 20 will be considered by the PMA Board.

Fire Safety Meeting Recording Available

Tuesday's Fire Safety Committee Community Meeting was a great success, with a number of speakers offering information on initiatives and resources with which Pinebrook is engaging and from which it's benefiting. A recording of the Tuesday, November 30th Fire Safety Committee Community Meeting is available, offering a review of:

Too, the PMA Fire Safety web page has been updated, with a number of the resources presented at Tuesday's meeting available there.

Many thanks to the speakers and the members of our community who took the time to attend and learn more about what it takes to make our homes and neighborhood more fire safe.

Pond Aerators Are Off

The Pinebrook Park pond's oxygenating aerators have been turned off so the pond can start uniformly freezing over for the winter season's recreation. The aeration system is a benefit to that ecosystem, preventing it going stagnant, and creating a healthier environment for the stocked bluegill and bass. It is expected that the fish will largely survive the winter freeze with the aerators off.

The pond has become a wonderful winter attraction for skaters - children and adult kids alike!

Please understand that there is an inherent risk associated with skating on a frozen body of water, so doing so is at one's own risk.

Community Meeting – Pinebrook Fire Safety

November 30, 2021 7pm via Zoom

Join us to learn some of the lessons from the Parleys Canyon Fire and ensure you will be better prepared for any future wildfire

Note: PMA members will likely receive a “Fire Safety Year In Review” letter with the budget mailing this week. That letter incorrectly states that the meeting will be held on December 1st. We changed that date to November 30 to avoid conflict with the County’s meeting regarding the Dakota Pacific development proposal.

Speakers are expected to include

  • Pinebrook Fire Safety Committee
  • Summit County Emergency Management
  • Summit County Fire Warden
  • Park City Fire District

https://utah.zoom.us/j/98916744592

Meeting ID: 989 1674 4592

Fire Mitigation / Pile Burning

Please be aware that sometime between now and the end of this year, Pinebrook Master Association expects to undertake fire risk mitigation project work on PMA owned property near Buckboard Circle, Buckboard Drive and Sunridge Drive.  Specifically, local forestry experts Alpine Forestry will burn approximately 65 fuel piles built in 2020.  This work will begin when an approved “burn window” exists after all state and local approvals have been obtained.  Substantially all work is expected to be completed in a single day but some smoldering may linger for an additional day or so.  The actual date that burning will take place will be determined on very short notice but will be posted here as soon as we know.  If you have any questions, please email the Pinebrook Fire Safety Committee: pinebrookfiresafety@gmail.com

PMA Board Meeting

The Pinebrook Master Association Board Meeting is scheduled for November 11th at the Gorgoza Water Company Building. Due to a full agenda and time constraints, discussion on trails and parking passes will not be possible. If you wish to discuss these matters please make time for the scheduled Pinebrook Trails Zoom meeting scheduled for November 18th at 7:00 p.m.,

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