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We recently received an inspection from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.. You may need to make some changes to the way you winterrize your cabin in order to be in compliance. Please see this page of explanation.

Click here to check out a picture of one of our new water tanks being taken to it's site. We have finished installing them now and will go through the process of state approval which should be finalized soon.

Our next board meeting Agenda can be found by going to the Agenda page.
Our next board meeting Schedule can be found by going to the Current News page
The Minutes for our previous meetings can be found on the
Meeting Minutes page.

Our next board meeting is scheduled for the 6th of June, 10 a.m. at Robert Bocock's cabin. Our meetings are from May to September.

The state has instituted new requirements regarding the collection of delinquent dues and other assessments. Our policies must reflect these requirements. We must also post these updated polices for the membership to view. Click here to see these policies.

Please see our For Sale page to learn about a lots/cabins for sale.

It seems we were misinformed about getting our less than half acre lots approved for septic systems. The person in charge told our president the approval was a done deal. We recently learned this was not so. Hopefully we can still get it done but it doesn't look good for now.

Our winter security man is Ken Pfalmer. If you have a problem or concern over the winter please contact him at 719-846-4126 or 719-680-4127. His email is kenneth.pfalmer@hotmail.com
Make sure you update phone and email information so he can contact you if necessary.

There is a new place in Trinidad for recycling. We want to encourage members to take advantage of it. It's called Terra Firma and it's located near the landfill. The address is 201 West Indiana Ave Trinidad, CO 81082 see http://terrafirmarecycling.com/index.html

The water cabin is now available for members to rent. It sleeps as many as 7 (if a child can sleep on the sofa). It does have a standard dvd player now. A landowner would have to initiate the contract and be ultimately responsible for payment. The cabin rents for $50/day for up to 4 persons, $5/day for each additional person, and a deposit of $100. There is also a $25/stay cleaning fee. The landowner would also be responsible for any damages to cabin or contents. Click here to see Pictures of the water man's cabin

Click here to see information about outside burning.

This site is intended to serve SPLOA members as a central source for dispensing and sharing information including newsletters, for-sale notices and bylaws. We will post photos and links to other sites with information pertinent to SPLOA members.
If you have any comments, suggestions, photos, for-sale ads, etc. please send them to the curator, Henry Ford. We are also looking for SPLOA and Spanish Peaks historical information to put in the SPLOA history section.

Web Curator: Henry Ford (henryford46@me.com)
Last revised: May 22, 2015