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Website Updates, Dues, & Mountain Lions (oh my!)

Updated: Jan 17





Hello Neighbors!

WEBSITE UPDATES: We had some issues with scammers contacting the board via their email addresses posted on here, so access to the board contacts have now been limited to logged in members. We've decided to do the same with the meeting minutes. If you are a resident but haven't created an account yet, when you click on the contact page, meeting minutes page, or forum page, you will be prompted to create an account or sign in.


If you have any issues with this, please email Emrie here so that she can walk you through it. There may be a small delay in creating an account as Emrie has to verify you as a resident. Please feel free to email her if you haven't gotten a quick response on your account creation. [Just a general note about internet safety: If someone contacts you asking for money, immediately look at the email address itself (not just the name).


Some scammers will spoof email addresses to look like realistic ones, but more often than not they don't go to those lengths and it will be a random email address. Do not give anyone personal information or money unless you call and verify with the company or person directly.] You'll notice we also updated the Wildfire Information page with the updated Cherokee Meadows wildfire protection plan. MOUNTAIN LION ALERT:

Also, as many of you know from the email the board sent out: We had two ravenous mountain lions on the loose.


Since the first attack, two lions have been trapped and unfortunately were euthanized. The Game and Parks staff said that once lions start killing livestock, they continue to do so, so the animals are euthanized and are not released somewhere else.


There is a third lion has been observed and could likely still be in the area. Our hearts go out to the neighbors who lost animals. If anyone is interested, some information from the good folks in Teller county and CSU about mountain livestock management (including predator management) can be found here.


CPW also has some very interesting information intended for hunters and guides that is specifically about mountain lions here.

ANNUAL DUES REMINDER: A reminder that the 2024 Cherokee Meadows Road Association (CMRA) dues must be postmarked no later than March 1, 2024. The dues amount is $300 and there is a $25 late fee per month.


Thank you to those who have already paid.


Payments made by January 31 are eligible for a $50 gift card drawing at the CMRA annual meeting, to be held on July 20, 2024 (save the date!).


Stay warm and safe, friends!

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