Master Association Dec. 15 Board Meeting Summary
On Dec. 15, the Ken-Caryl Ranch Master Association Board held a regular meeting and discussed the following items:
- Victoria DeSair reported on two Master Association Board seats that will be on the ballot in March 2021. Applications and more information are available the Master Association Board page.
- North American Development Group closed on their land purchase on Nov. 30. Approximately 700 units will be built within the Master Association boundaries.
- The Board reviewed the 2021 Annual Trails Plan with recommendations for specific projects for the upcoming year.
- Motions passed approving the following:
- A conceptual trail design in the South Foothills Open Space to provide a focus area for a biological study.
- A conceptual design of the Stove Prairie Trail Realignment for survey work.
- An increase in the number of participants in the Ken-Caryl Ranch Master Association-Willow Springs Open Space Association Trail Use Agreement from 100 to 110.
- The Master Association Check Signing and Expense Approval Policy.
- The 2021 Master Association Committee Membership and new Board Liaisons.
- A write-off in the amount of $2,233.65 for a homeowner account that declared bankruptcy.
- Residents Neil Chandra, Brad Walsh, John Hamilton, John Brant, Greg Milano, Jason Ulhman and Patrick McCoy expressed support for the conceptual trail design in the South Foothills Open Space and the value of the Ken-Caryl Ranch trail system.
- Residents Philip Varley, Kathy Webster and Rilla Reinsma expressed concerns regarding the conceptual trail design in the South Foothills Open Space due to concerns for wildlife, aesthetics, habitat fragmentation and potential social trail connections to Deer Creek Canyon Road. They requested the Board not approve the conceptual design.
- Resident Rilla Reinsma expressed concerns regarding the Stove Prairie Trail Realignment and resident Patrick McCoy expressed support for the realignment.
- Resident Joel Pankow requested the MA Board advocate for increased snow removal from Jefferson County in cul-de-sacs in Ken-Caryl Ranch. He expressed concerns regarding the increase in the number of participants in the Ken-Caryl Ranch Master Association-Willow Springs Open Space Association Trail Use Agreement.