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THOUSAND PEAKS
RANCH
ASSOCIATION




PO BOX 817
FAIRPLAY, COLORADO 80440
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At the Annual Meeting on June 24,
2017, Lynn LeFleur announced that she
was not going to run for re-election to
the Board. THANK YOU LYNN FOR
ALL  OF YOUR HARD WORK!!!! The
remaining members of the current
Board of Directors were unanimously
re-elected and an additional Member At
Large was added, Reinaldo "Rey" Ortiz.
Thank you all for volunteering for these
positions.

The Officers are as follows:
President:                Dennis Kist
Vice-President:        Ray Lyons
Secretary:                Rusty Evans
Treasurer:                Jennie Himes
Roads:                     Eric Witzak
At-Large:                  Lester Kawasaki
                            Rey Ortiz



DRIVEWAYS:
The Board has voted to continue our prior policy
to clear driveways of full-time residents (current
on their dues) when the snow blower is clearing
roads.  In order to have your driveway cleared,
you must send a check for $100.00 (for the winter
season) to TPRA at PO Box 817, Fairplay,
CO 80449.   You must be sure that there are no
objects in your driveway, because if the
blower picks up an object in your driveway and
breaks the blower, you will be responsible for the
costs of repair.  Your payment is your agreement
to these terms.

TPRA ROADS:
The roads in TPRA are privately owned by TPRA
and are not maintained by the government.  In
light of this, annual property assessments and
cattle grazing lease payments are used for road
maintenance in the summer and snow removal in
the winter.  The Board of Directors have taken
steps to use these limited resources to care for
the roads and keep the roads open as best as
possible.  The Board has purchased a
commercial snow blower to blow the snow into
the fields instead of leaving the snow on the
roads to melt and make mud in the spring.  The
Board has also hired a Ranch resident to use his
road grader to maintain the roads in the summer
and assist the snow blower in the winter.  No
system is perfect but we do our best.

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Link To Park County's
"Reality of Winter Living In
Park County"
Link to Park County's
"Right To Farm and Ranch
County" Resolution
UPDATED 06/26/17
SPEED
LIMIT
30
MPH
Please Help Save Our
Roads. Excessive
Speed Causes The
Need For More
Maintence
.