The "Yes for Sustaining Our Schools" Committee (Kristi Hargrove and Heidi Keck co-chairs) will be at Sunset Hall in Crested Butte South Oct. 8th at 7 pm to meet with the community to answer questions about the proposed property tax increase for the schools. The proposed tax increase is issue 3B on the ballot that will be distributed in October. More information can be found at: http://yes4sustainingourschools.org/.
XtreamInternet is a locally owned business with the mission of providing reliable, high speed internet to remote and underserved locations in Gunnison County. This service is now available in Crested Butte South and surrounding areas!
- greater than 20 Mbps up and down with speeds up to 40 Mbps, unlimited download
- supports real-time high definition video streaming (Netflix, Amazon Prime, etc.)
- supports Apple TV, Roku, Chrome Cast and similar devices
- supports VOIP telephones (this would allow for phone service without a Century Link phone line)
- supports HD monitoring cameras
- monthly price for CB South POA residents is $89 with a six month contract
- standard installation is $199 (an installation completed in less than two hours)
Please call 970 707 5007 for questions or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hatha Yoga with Meegan Haley
90 Minute Classes, Tuesday Nights Starting
August 26th @ 5:30pm
Sunset Hall next to fire station, Crested Butte South
Drop Ins - $12 per class or 10 Class Pass - $100
First Class FREE
For class availability and more information contact Meegan
970-964-8540 or email@example.com
Be Bear Aware!
The bears are getting ready for hibernation so they are active up to 20 hours a day and are consuming large quantities of calories to store up the fat reserves they will need for the winter. Some of the things we need to do as a community is:
- Don’t feed bears, and don’t put food out for other wildlife that attracts bears. Don’t feed pets outside.
- Be responsible about trash and bird feeders (including hummingbird feeders). Garbage and bird feeders are the top two attractants for bears. Store all trash in a secure location such as a garage or bear proof trash container. Do not put any kind of bird feeders out at all during this time of year.
- Burn food off barbeque grills and clean after each use
- Keep all bear-accessible windows and doors closed and locked, including home, garage, and vehicle doors. Remember black bears are very good climbers and second story decks are no problem for them to scale.
- Don’t leave food, trash, coolers, air fresheners, or any that smells in your vehicle.
It takes the entire community working together to keep bears wild. Talk to your neighbors about doing their part to be bear-responsible.
If you see a bear, do your best to make it feel unwelcome and chase it away. Make loud noises, yell, blow a whistle, bang pots & pans, set off your car’s panic alarm, etc. Never approach or corner a bear.
Design Review Meetings are now on the second to last Thursday of every month at 6 pm. We have streamlined the process to make it easier and faster to get approval!
Remember: All construction, constuction changes and major landscaping/dirt work to your property needs DRC approval prior to start. Stop by or call the office with any questions or to pick up a builders packet.