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News From Swains Creek

Volume 11, Issue 1 February 2008

The Roads Are Open!!

Inside this issue:

MEDICAL CLLINIC TO 1 OPEN IN DUCK CREEK!

BOARD OFFICERS ELECTED

CEDAR MOUNTAIN HOME FURNISHINGS CHAIRMAN'S CHAT LOCAL EVENTS CALENDAR TIDBITS ASSOC. INFO & THANKS

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Snow Plowing is happening in Swains Creek this Winter! Plows are out as soon as the accumulations reaches 6" or more. Swains Creek resident Jeff Rybolt continues to do a great job as the Cedar Mountain Snow Removal Manager. Remember, DO NOT STOP THE PLOWS to ask questions! Driveway plowing is separate and can be contracted by calling Rudy De La Paz at (435) 682-2600 or Andy Osterhoudt at (435) 682-2143.

MORE TIDBITS

Board Officers Elected

At the January board meeting the following board members were elected to leadership positions: Alan Zellhoefer - Chairman John Ewing - Vice-Chairman Cathy Jones - Treasurer Cheryl Case - Secretary Please contact these wonderful volunteers with your questions or concerns so that they may represent you! See the Chairman's Chat on page 2 for more information about current projects and concerns.

Board Meeting schedule for 2008: May 17th, June 14th, July 19th, August 16th, August 31st (annual meeting), October 4th, and January 10th , 2009.

Medical Clinic Opens in Duck Creek!!

Kane County Hospital

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Cedar Mountain Medical/Urgent Care Clinic!!

Hernan Garreaud PA-C & Tonya Garreaud LPN

4 Movie Ranch Rd. (formerly Jacobs Construction Office) Duck Creek Village, UT Regular winter business hours will be: Saturday, Sunday & Monday 8:30 to 5:00 for appointments please call (435) 682-4161 beginning February 2, 2008

Your new medical providers:

Cedar Mountain Home Furnishings owned by Swains Residents

Chairman's Chat

Hello all, Well, first of all, Happy New Year 2008. This year should be significantly less frantic than 2007 owing to the fact that we are now done (mostly) with the water and road projects. I know that it was a very trying time for all of us and I sincerely appreciate the patience that you have all shown in getting these projects behind us. Thank you all... With the roads being plowed in Swains for the first time that I am aware of and the availability of year round water, I hope that many of you will be able to use your cabins for a longer period every year. Teresa and I have been up twice so far this winter in weather that we never would have considered going up in before. There has so far been about 7 ­ 8 feet of snow delivered by Mother Nature and without the great work that the road crews are doing in Swains in keeping the roads open, we never would have made it, or even tried (see picture below and on page 1). It really is a different mountain in the winter. The snow truly changes the experience. We are off to a great start in fighting the drought so lets keep hoping for a wet winter and spring. Maybe we can get in four fish plants this year. In your dues notice this year you will be getting a series of questions asking for your opinions concerning the Labor Day activities and the application of Magnesium Chloride to the roads as a way to combat our dust problems. Please take the time to answer these few questions as your input is of great assistance to the Board in determining what is the will of the members concerning these matters. As always, looking forward to seeing you on the mountain. Alan

In an effort to spotlight Swains Creek residents business efforts we continue this column spotlighting our very own entrepreneurs! With that in mind we are highlighting a business that has been around a couple years, but that we have never shown to our owners. That business is Cedar Mountain Home Furnishings, located in Duck Creek Village next to the True Value Hardware Store. The business is owned by Cindy Allen and Rudy Delapaz, both Swains Creek full time residents. After a few years as a realtor, Cindy Allen noticed a need for unique furnishings near the location she was selling mountain get-a-way cabins and homes. Rudy Delapaz, a mountain home builder, also noticed this need. Many customers traveled far or paid huge shipping costs to get the wonderful pieces Cindy and Rudy now sell.

Continued on page 4

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Volume 11, Issue 1

Events

Next Association Board Meeting ­ May 17th, 2008 at the Barn - 10am. Schedule of Association Board meetings: May 17th, June 14th, July 19th, August 16th, August 31st (annual meeting), October 4th, and January 10th , 2009. Memorial Day Weekend - Saturday Night Village Summer Kick-Off Party sponsored by The Duck Creek Village Merchants Live Music Featuring Muddy Boots Band 6pm to 10pm @ Cedar Mountain Home Furnishings June 14th - Open House BBQ - Cedar Mountain Fire Protection Dist. At the Fire Hall July 5th, Saturday -Independence Day Celebration In the Village Parade - Public Entries Welcome - Decorate your quads or enter a float Live Band & Fireworks Following Parade July 5th, Saturday - CMFPD Pancake Breakfast July 18th & 19th - Duck Creek Days August 16th - Fire 'n Ice -Cedar Mountain Fire Protection Dist. At the Fire Hall Labor Day Weekend - Saturday Night

Village End of Summer Party sponsored by The Duck Creek Village Merchants Live Music Featuring Muddy Boots Band 6pm to 10pm @ Cedar Mountain Home Furnishings Saturday: Swains Creek-- Camp Golden Eagle 8am (tentative) Sunday: Swains Creek--Annual Meeting 1pm at the Pavilion Sunday: Swains Creek--Annual BBQ 5pm

Manager's Tidbits

***There is an estimated 7 feet of snow so far this year. ***Last year approximately 136 loads of water were delivered. ***The State of Utah Division of Drinking Water has been notified that we are now under Kane County Water Conservation District. ***The water tank at the barn and the two old gas water pumps were sold. ***Forms to reserve the pavilion have been made and information will be on the website. ***The water delivery box will be a suggestion box and a "form delivery box". ***Thanks Mike Kempf and Butch Davis for the tree pruning work they did on Harris Spring Road by camp golden Eagle. ***A new ATV ordinance went into affect at beginning of the year which is more restrictive. We'll try to get a copy soon!

Swain's Creek Road being plowed!

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Swains Creek Pines Lot Owners Association 694 S Main Street St. George, UT 84770

Swains Creek Pines Lot Owners Association uses two addresses: 1. Dues and assessment payments should be sent to our Computer Service: Briggs Business Services, Inc., Irene Briggs 694 S Main Street St. George, UT 84770. 2. Invoices to be paid should be sent to the Association Address: Swains Creek Pines Lot Owners Association P.O. Box 1164, Duck Creek Village, UT 84762. 3. Matters concerning management of the development or facilities, may be addressed to the Association c/o Bill Rodreick at the Association address. 4. Barn Phone Number (435)-682-3127. Updated weather and road conditions are available by calling this number. 5. E-mail Address: [email protected] This e-mail address is accessed by Irene Briggs at her office in St. George. Sorry she's not able to answer questions about road conditions and weather.

Check out the following web site for Swains Creek Pines Info and Association postings: http://www.swainscreekpines.com

More Tidbits

***During road construction, contractors can use hydrants. Any other use is not allowed. Any unauthorized usage of fire hydrants should be reported to the KCWCD or contact Jeff Hoyt at 435-6822228. ***Law to be in effect approximately November of 2007 which will allow non-residents property owners a vote on issues related to Cedar Mountain. ***Mr. Dale Flannigan (of the Forestry Dept ) is encouraging people to take the wood from the piles of wood cut last summer for their own personal use, but a wood cutting permit is required prior to taking the wood from the piles. Also, Swains Creek is scheduled for burn pile burning this year once 4-6" of snow is on the ground. Some of this burning was accomplished in early December.

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Cedar Mountain Home Furnishing

Cont'd from page 2

Rudy has been living and building cabins on Cedar Mountain for nearly 7 years and Cindy has been a full time Cedar Mountain resident and realtor for 5 years now. Stop by and see there beautiful line of home furnishings!

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