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Annual Meeting Postponed

After receiving feedback from several members of the Chemeketa Community, through multiple mediums, the Board recognizes that there is a concern regarding holding our annual meeting during the new Shelter in Place Order that takes effect on June 5th. 

To that regard the Board has elected to defer the Annual Member’s Meeting that was originally scheduled for 1:00 p.m. on June 7th to a date and time that will be determined later. 

We welcome all members of the Community to attend the virtual monthly meeting scheduled for June 11th where we will be discussing the annual meeting in more detail. A zoom invite with the June 11th meeting instructions will be sent to the community via our standard communication venues (NextDoor, email, website, etc.). These are trying times for all, and the safety of all members of the Community is the number one priority of the Board. Please continue to care for one another and show the mountain sense of community that we all treasure! 

Highway 17 Shaded Fuel Break Update 5/15/20

March 6th to May 15th:
The project was under a tactical pause due to the County Health Officer’s shelter in place orders related to COVID19. Completion of the fuel break will resume under the essential services exceptions in the order. The time elapsed has allowed for health and safety planning for the many crews conducting the work. All state and county guidelines will be adhered to as work resumes.

Work Plan for Wednesday, May 20th through Friday, May 22nd:
There will be SOUTHBOUND lane closures Wednesday to Thursday, 9:00AM to 4:00PM, vegetation removal work will occur from Bear Creek Road to Hillside Road. Friday, May 22nd the southbound lane closure will be from the Cats Restaurant to Bear Creek Road. Erosion control measures will also be implemented on the slopes following the brush removal.

Impacts:
*Over the next few weeks, crews will be working along SR-17 and in adjacent communities. Traffic in the project area will be intermittently impacted so please plan for extended travel times during lane closures. If possible, please plan your SR-17 trips before 9:00AM and after 4:00PM.

*Rain will cancel lane closures though work may continue in adjacent areas.

*The project team is working to minimize traffic impacts and will provide weekly updates to residents and highway drivers. Stay informed of delays and alternate routes.

*Check project statue and sign up for weekly updates on Firesafe17.com. Traffic information can also be found on 511.org.

Highway 17 Shaded Fuel Break Update 2/28/20

February 23 – February 28 (Week 27)

There was a lane closure on Monday, 24th, in the SOUTHBOUND direction from Redwood Estates to Summit Road, between the hours of 9am-3pm: Hydromulching for erosion control occurred during the lane closure. There were no lane closures from Tuesday to Friday this week. Roadside vegetation cleanup continued around Moody Gulch near mile marker 3.4 down to Bear Creek. Crews cleared and stacked brush. Brush removal will occur under next lane closure.

In the NORTHBOUND direction there was some tree work being done off Idyllwild Road.

Upcoming work Monday, March 2nd – March 6th (Week 28):

There will be SOUTHBOUND lane closures Monday through Friday, from 9am-3pm, from Bear Creek Road to Brush Road. Vegetation removal work will include heavy equipment within the lane closure area and crews working on the slopes. Erosion control measures will be implemented following the brush removal.

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Impacts:

  • Over the next several months, crews will be working along SR-17 and in adjacent communities. Traffic in the project area will be intermittently impacted so please plan for extended travel times during lane closures. If possible, please plan your SR-17 trips before 9:00AM and after 3:00PM.
  • Rain will cancel lane closures though work may continue in adjacent areas.
  • The project team is working to minimize traffic impacts and will provide weekly updates to residents and highway drivers. Stay informed of delays and alternate routes.
  • Check project status and sign up for weekly updates on Firesafe17.com. Traffic information can also be found on 511.org.
  • In addition to electronic media, several physical locations have SR-17 Shaded Fuel Break info flyers posted: Redwood Estates Pavilion, Redwood Estates Post Office, Redwood Estates Store, Chemeketa Park, and Summit Store.

Firesafe Council Home Hardening presentation

View the Home Hardening presentation from the Firesafe Council

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1LhpoF9xn2uwwJb-_6QgOHCocBVnp5jnA/view

Capital Improvement Plan and Fiscal Year 2020/2021 Budget Planning Meeting

The meeting will take place at the Clubhouse on Wednesday, February 26th at 7:00 p.m.

The membership is encouraged to attend and bring their thoughts for improvements to the Community for discussion.

All are welcome and encouraged to attend.

See you there….