Archive for the Boat Inspection Program Category

Boat Ramp Inspectors

Please welcome are new mussel inspectors.

Ryan Worthman
Louise Watkins
Ben Cartwright
Janae Castillo

Please show them respect and have patience as they gain experience.

We also have volunteers to get you on the lake during the week.
Chris Barnhill- 303-287-0025
Bob Butts-970-380-5119
Gene Alloway-720-297-9489
Laurie Pogue-303-229-3018
Bob Worthman-720-217-3254

Happy Independence Day!

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Happy 4th of July JLPOA!

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Events

Horseshoes
Bi-annual JLPOA Horseshoe Tournament at the Clubhouse on Saturday, July 2nd.
Registration starts at 9AM sharp!
Special thanks to the Loneys, Hicksons and the rest of the Horseshoe Committee!

4th of July Dance
The dance at the clubhouse starts at 7:00 PM.
The Cactus Jack Band will keep you on the dance floor all night!
http://www.thecactusjackband.net/

Special thanks to the following:
Lisa Linnebur and the JLPOA Entertainment Committee

Fireworks
The Official JLPOA Fireworks display starts at 9:00 PM on Saturday, July 2nd.
Special thanks to the following:
Steve and Margaret Journey and the JLPOA Fireworks Committee



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Guest Passes
Guests in absence of property owners in the JLPOA Village are required to have a JLPOA Guest Pass.

The Property Owner assumes all Responsibility for any of their guest’s actions inside the park, and is also responsible for making sure that any guest is aware of the JLPOA Rules and Regulations.

This means that any violation committed against the JLPOA Rules and Regulations by a guest will be assessed against the property (owner).

If a person or persons are approached by a Board member and cannot provide a Guest Pass it will be assumed that they are trespassing and the matter will be turned over to the proper authorities if the party in question refuses to leave the Village.
The above Rule & Regulation was adopted and approved unanimously at the April 8, 2006 Board of Directors meeting.

If you need a Guest Pass, you may download and print one via the JLPOA Guest Pass section of the JLPOA Website –
http://www.jlpoa.org/poa-guest-pass.html



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Trespassing:
It has been brought to the JLPOA Board’s attention that folks are walking through lots to gain access to some of the greenbelts.

If you do not have permission from the owner to walk through a lot, you are trespassing which is a criminal offense and is punishable by law.



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Above Ground Connections:
The JLPOA Board Memebers are monitoring every hydrant in the Village on a regular basis.

If you have above ground connections and your connections are leaking, they will be shut off and spray painted red.  It is the JLPOA owner’s responsibility to ensure that these connections are not leaking.

If you see a leaking connection, please report it to the JLPOA Board.  Contact information is located – http://www.jlpoa.org/2016-board-contact-info.html

Please also make sure that your above ground connection(s) are tagged with your lot number.  If the connections are not tagged, we will not be able to contact you in the event that they are leaking and, as such, will immediately be turned off and unhooked.

Please help keep our costs down by checking your above ground water connections on a regular basis!



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Golf Carts, MRVs, Dirt Bikes, etc….
Golf carts, MRVs and Dirt Bikes inside the Jackson Lake Village must be clearly marked with your Lot number.  Please be sure your MRV(s) have this.



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Special Thanks!
Special “thanks!” to our JLPOA Maintenance Director, Brad Hueske, for going above and beyond his position.  Brad has Single–handedly tackled the sprinkler issues at and by the clubhouse, he’s replaced outdated\weathered and stolen JLPOA signs and he’s installed a new security camera system in and outside the clubhouse.

Special thanks to our JLPOA President, Chuck Hickson, for also helping with the security camera system.

Thanks so much, gentlemen!  It is a pleasure and an honor to serve with you.



Future Events:

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Board Meeting:
Please join us at the JLPOA Clubhouse on Saturday, 07/09/2016, for the July 2016 Board Meeting. The meeting starts promptly at 10:00 AM.

—High Level Agenda—
Open Forum (please sign in prior to the meeting if you wish to speak)
Secretary Report
Treasurer’s Report
Director At Large Report(s)
Maintenance Report
Vice President’s Report
President’s Report
Old Business
New Business


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July Birthday Bash

July 16th @5PM at the Clubhouse

Join in the celebration for all of our July birthday babies as we host this BBQ, Keg & Diaper party. We will be celebrating all the birthdays that fall in the month of July, as well as the upcoming birth of the new Oeleis baby.

Keg and kabobs being provided by Hickson and Oeleis families. To join in the celebration, please bring either cash or a case of diapers.



In Closing…

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On behalf of the 2016 JLPOA Board of Directors, I wish you a very happy and safe 4th of July weekend!

– Ji

CPW Inspection Requirements

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As boating season approaches, Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds boaters once again to help prevent the spread of aquatic nuisance species (ANS).

CPW regulation requires inspection for all boats that were launched at any time in another state, prior to entering Colorado’s waters, and after boating in any waters positive for zebra and quagga mussels, non-native waterflea, New Zealand mudsnail, or Eurasian watermilfoil.

For more information, click here:
http://cpw.state.co.us/aboutus/Pages/News-Release-Details.aspx?NewsID=5699

Happy Monday, JLPOA!

Hello JLPOA!

Summer is in full swing and I hope everyone is enjoying it as much as I am!  We have a number of things to cover so I’ll jump right in…


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Thank you!
On behalf of the JLPOA Board and all of the JLPOA owners, a sincere “Thank You!” to the following for making our 4th of July at the lake so very special:

The Journeys – Steve Jr., Margaret and Steve Sr., for the best 4th of July fireworks display that we’ve ever seen at the lake.  How about that JL logo display?!  They just keep getting better every year.  Thank you again, Journeys!

The Chavez and Peter Families – Val, Andy, Chloe, Gerry Lynn and Harold for sharing Chloe’sbeautiful voice with us in the singing of the National Anthem prior to the fireworks display.  Wow!  We have a future pop-star on our hands.  Get your autographs now, folks!

Lisa Linnebur and the entire Entertainment Committee for booking The Cactus Jack Band for us and giving us an excuse to get together as a community.

The Volunteer Mussel Inspectors: Bob Butts, Chris Barnhill and Steve Sheaf, for duties above and beyond the week prior to and the week after the 4th of July.



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Fun Day!
The JLPOA Fun Day is one week away!  As a reminder, it will be Saturday, 7/25/2015 at 10AM

The Fun Day committee is working hard to finalize all details and we are now looking for all parents/guardians, young adults and teenagers whose children/siblings are attending to help with the many activities listed below.

If interested in volunteering for any of the events listed below, please call 720.255.3640 or send an email to Larah Lehnerz –  larahbelle@hotmail.com

Games:
• Mallet Game
• Duck Game
• Sack Race
• Limbo
• Beach Towel – Bean Bag Toss
• Bouncy/Water slide house – we will need at least five volunteers to attend the bouncy house:
 10:00a – 11:00p
 11:00a – 12:00p
 12:00p – 1:00p
 1:00p – 2:00p
 2:00p – 3:00p
– We will have the kiddos line up by height (not age) and have about 5 go in at a time. When the kids come down the water slide portion it will be the next kiddo in line turn.

Arts/Crafts 
• Sand Art
• Photographer (we will be taking pictures of the kiddos for their Picture Frame craft)
• Printing the pictures and cutting them out
• Picture Frame Decoration
Misc



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Guest Pass Enforcement:
Guests in absence of property owners in the JLPOA Village is required to have a JLPOA Guest Pass. Guest Passes can be obtained at the club house or from any Board member.

The Property Owner assumes all Responsibility for any of their guest’s actions inside the park, and is also responsible for making sure that any guest is aware of the JLPOA Rules and Regulations.

This means that any violation committed against the JLPOA Rules and Regulations by a guest will be assessed against the property that issued the Guest Pass.

If a person or persons are approached by a Board member and cannot provide a Guest Pass it will be assumed that they are trespassing and the matter will be turned over to the proper authorities if the party in question refuses to leave the Village.
Above Rule & Regulation was adopted and approved unanimously at the April 8, 2006 Board of Directors meeting.

If you need a Guest Pass, you may download and print one via the JLPOA Guest Pass section of the JLPOA Website or you may contact any board member.



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Trespassing:
It has been brought to the JLPOA Board’s attention that folks are walking through lots to gain access to some of the greenbelts.

If you do not have permission from the owner to walk through a lot, you are trespassing which is a criminal offense and is punishable by law.



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Above Ground Connections:

The JLPOA Board are monitoring every hydrant in the Village on a regular basis.

If you have above ground connections and your connections are leaking, they will be shut off and spray painted red.  It is the JLPOA owner’s responsibility to ensure that these connections are not leaking.

If you see a leaking connection, please report it to theJLPOA Board.

Please help keep our costs down by checking your water connections on a regular basis!

Special thanks to Brad Hueske and Dave Hodapp for going above and beyond the call of duty by proactively fixing some of these leaks for property owners and replacing  We appreciate you and cannot thank you enough for your time and your efforts!



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August Board Meeting
Due to a scheduling conflict, the August 2015 board meeting has been cancelled.


Boat Meets Dam:
For those are not aware, one boater, over the 4th of July, decided to park his boat on the top of the Jackson Lake dam.  Doh!  Thankfully nobody was seriously injured.

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Thank you!
Thanks so much, Brad Hueske for all of your hard work and efforts in fixing the sprinklers at the park near the clubhouse!

The sprinklers were not properly winterized last year andBrad spent a number of hours repairing and replacing sprinkler heads and pipes.

Thank you also for spraying the weeds near the park and the pump house.  And, finally, thank you, Dave Hodapp and Chuck Hickson Sr. for replacing several leaking hydrants in the Village!

We appreciate all that you do!