UPDATE: Due to Current Unfortunate Conditions the BTLPOA Board unanimously voted to suspend services for County Owned Roads in Sections A, B, & SSE. Roads in Section C are Legally Owned/Deeded to BTLPOA and will Continue to receive services quarterly.
Watch for updated PDFs that will reflect Sections and Roads in November. Email the board for questions.
Portions of the existing infrastructure will be upgraded to FIBER. Work will include: digging, boring under driveways, underground vaults. Most all homes on listed roads will be affected by the upgrade during this time and contractor guarantees that all disturbed areas will be returned to like condition at the end of the project. The door hangers will have all the needed contact information.
Monongahela Ave, Chalmette St, Capulin St, Gila St, Coronado St, Osceola Ave, W. Osceola Ct, E. Osceola Ct., Joshua St., and Fremont Ave
Will begin: 2-4 months from 2-10-2021
Door Hangers: 3-5 days before work
Duration of Work: 10-14 weeks
The count posted reflects the consent forms through March.
Help Bringing our Community back together is VERY important and Volunteers are ALWAYS welcome! Please Contact the Revitalization Committee to help!!
Jim Coleman or Melanie Hartman at BTLPOA@yahoo.com
Please note: We are not required by the DEO to have additional owners validate the consent forms. The DEO will validate all of our findings through their own validation process/procedures, they will not take us at our word.
Thank you everyone for your participation in this process!
ANY INDOOR GATHERINGS ARE 6 FEET DISTANCING, MASKS AND A CONTACT TRACING FORMS ARE REQUIRED. Please stay safe and informed!
Due to the overwhelming Coronavirus virus concerns at this time throughout our community, we need to follow the guidelines set forth by ALL government agencies to keep our community healthy and safe.
The BTLPOA Board of Directors is assessing each board of directors and/or committee meeting until further notice based on the CDC's recommendations at this time for the health & safety of the people in our community.
If you have any questions, we can be reached via email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
I receive a letter from the county regarding an MSBU (Municipal Service Benefit Unit ).
WHAT IS IT? A geographic area within the county, created by ordinance and defined by specific boundaries, through which particular services are provided. Some examples are: road & drainage maintenance, waterway dredging, storm-water utility, fire protection or sanitation service. The one you received was spear-headed by a group of property owners desiring to receive road maintenance from the county for the dirt roads of Big Tree Lakes. This was not a POA initiative.
Does the POA maintain the roads now?
YES, quarterly on average, weather occasionally prolongs the timing in sections A, B, C and SSE.
The POA is in the process of attempting to Revitalize, allowing us to guarantee a future and ensuring that the 21+ miles of roads will be graded quarterly / with repairs as needed and the parks (5 ) maintained as our budget will allow at $78.35 per lot per year. However, if we are unsuccessful at Revitalization, the POA might not be able to guarantee these services for very long.
The MSBU was not successful in Big Tree within any section. At this time the POA, is your only option for an organized entity in which maintains the roads which can be planned and executed. We are a fully operational 501C with a fully operating volunteer board who cares about this community. We hope you can join us in this effort to revitalize as we want to continue to maintain Big Tree's Roads and Parks..
UPDATE - 04/30/20: At the Commissioners meeting they reported the MSBU was overwhelmingly voted down by the property owners of Big Tree Lakes POA . The POA is now the only option to maintain 21+ miles of roads within Big Tree. We need your assessments to continue our efforts and ensure BTL is maintained for years to come!
UPDATE-10/30/2020: Road Services have been suspended on County Owned Roads in Section A, B, and SSE. Section C which is Owned by BTLPOA will continue to get quarterly grading.
Please see the Letter attached in this section from the county submitting the results.
We have received inquires regarding the use of the office building for birthday parties or unofficial use of property owners to meet however the current office building has not been used for these types of unofficial events, only official office work. Additionally, opening the area which contains official property owners records to unsupervised access endangers the continuity of those records. Those records should be relocated and in a secured location in the event the Association desired to convert this area for use in an unofficial way. Liabilities for unofficial use of this building would require additional insurance for these events which has not been carried by BTLPOA, procedures for unofficial events including wavers and maintenance deposits; all of which have not been adopted by any BTLPOA Boards. At this time the Office will NOT be available for anything other than official use only.
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