WTCM BRIEF #1

The first Working Town Council Meeting (WTCM) of 2017 was held January 26th.  The meeting was called to order at 6:15 pm and business conducted as follows: •    The 2017 Town Council was appointed and officers elected by unanimous vote.  Election results are posted on the community website.     John Ahrens – President     Phil Schoensee – Vice President     Criag Lochner – Treasurer    &n...

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4th ANNUAL LEGISLATIVE TOWN HALL MEETING

The 4th annual Legislative Town Hall Meeting at Hidden Springs will be on Wednesday, Feb. 1st at 6:30 pm at the Clubhouse, 5525 Hidden Springs Dr.   Representatives Mat Erpelding & Melissa Wintrow along with Senator Cheri Buckner-Webb will give a brief summary and then open up to questions and answers. This a great chance to give your input and hear how Idaho's legislative process works.

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UPCOMING COMMUNITY MEETINGS

Volunteering is a great way to meet neighbors, make new friends and lend a helping hand in Hidden Springs!  HSTA invites residents to attend any or all of the committee season kick off meetings listed below…all meetings held in the community clubhouse: •    Open Space Committee - February 7th – 6:00 to 7:30 pm •    Farm Committee - February 8th - 7:00 to 8:30 pm •    Community Events Committee February 15th &ndas...

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OPEN SPACE AND TRAIL CONCEPT MASTER PLAN UPDATE

The town founders of Hidden Springs set out to create a community residents would be proud to call home by establishing a set of founding principles - several of which mention and embrace the concept of open space set aside for wildlife, scenic values, agriculture, and recreation enjoyment.  The last community open space planning effort was conducted in 2009 and helped establish specific priorities for maintenance and improvements to benefit the open space. This Concept Master Plan Upda...

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SNOW REMOVAL

It is the responsibility of the Hidden Springs Town Association to keep the sidewalks clear of snow in front of property owned by the Town Association and the condominiums only. It is the responsibility of the individual homeowner to keep the snow removed from the sidewalk(s) in front of their respective property.  In prior years, the HSTA offered snow removal from the sidewalk(s) in front of resident homes however, this service was offered on a year to year basis.  We will notify res...

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ADA AND CANYON COUNTY RESIDENTIAL TRASH AND RECYCLING CUSTOMERS

(Communication on behalf of Republic Services of Idaho •    ALLEY CUSTOMERS: If your residence receives alley service, please continue to place your trash and recycling as close to the street as possible through January 27th. Many carts and cans are still frozen in the alley or are on icy surfaces and cannot be moved to the street for service. That is okay. Trash will continue to be accepted in plastic bags and recycling will continue to be accepted in large paper leaf bags...

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LOCATING STORM DRAINS

After the onslaught of calls about storm drains, ACHD put together an interactive map for the public to use to find storm drains.  Here is the link to that map: http://achd.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=0aa46ef8164f4f0b8de46cee9aadc6b5

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FEEDING BIG GAME DISCOURAGED BY IDFG

(Communication on behalf of IDFG) IDFG has a great website (https://idfg.idaho.gov/conservation/winter-feeding) with information about the negative effects of feeding deer.   The biggest concerns have to do with feeding the wrong diet and the multiple issues that arise when deer are artificially grouped together (range damage, spread of disease, increased depredation, etc).   Another issue is the animals grow used to being near people and their landscaping.  Unfortunately,...

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WINTER HOME AND SAFETY TIPS

Storm Drains – To help avoid possible street flooding as the snow begins to melt, clear snow mounds away from storm drains near your home. Fire Hydrants – Shoveling snow…don’t forget to clear snow and ice from fire hydrants located near your home. Don’t forget to clear snow and ice from meters and vents!  Ice Dams – To avoid, clear snow 3-4 feet from the edge of the roof using a push broom or roof rake.

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ANNUAL MEETING / 2017 TOWN COUNCIL ELECTION

Thank you to all the residents who attended the Annual Meeting Tuesday December 13th and the rescheduled meeting Monday December 19th.  At the close of the rescheduled Annual Meeting, the Town Council Elections roll call of votes totaled 132.  This was less than the necessary 50% of present and proxy votes at the rescheduled meeting, to constitute a quorum. Therefore, business could not be conducted (including electing a new Council) Below are the results however, enough votes w...

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