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~ Neighborhood News ~
Covenant Enforcement
Posted on Oct 30th, 2017
I have very recently received a number of complaints from members stating that several neighbors have been violating a section of our covenants by storing Campers, Boats and other recreational vehicles in their driveway, in most cases in front of your homes.
Article VI, Section 6 states: All trailers, boats, or other recreational or business
vehicles shall be stored in either enclosed structures or to the rear of the rear
building line of the residence.
As many of you know, our covenants were established so that we (the Board and you the members) could control the 'Level of Quality' that we enjoy in Skyline and maintain the value of our shared properties through that control. In a review of the neighborhood, the Board has found that several members are not following this important covenant.
The short term solution to this problem is that we are still accepting applications for 'very affordable' winter storage in the quonset at Skyline Corral. Applications and contact information is available on the documents page of our web site, but don't wait! There is a limited amount of space and our facility is first come first serve. Beyond that option, PLEASE make every effort to follow this covenant 'as soon as possible' as covenant enforcement is a step we would all like to avoid.
For the Board,
Mike Dudzinski
President, SRPOA  
Skyline Tree and Dump
Posted on Jun 22nd, 2017
Dear SRPOA Members,
Recently, your association had to dispose of the mass of tree branches and other brush at our ‘dump’ area inside Skyline Corral. It has become necessary that we hire outside contractors to grind the product as we can no longer burn and hauling the pile away is too expensive. The equipment used in this process is jumbo sized and ‘very’ expensive to operate. Over the last several years, we have spent in excess of $6,000 per year to dispose of the tree branches and brush left along with ‘at least’ two trailer loads of garbage, stone, lumber, fence, tires, etc...

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20885 Roundup Rd, 4 bedroom, 4 bath, $425,000
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~ Upcoming Events ~
Platte River Riders Trail Ride and Potluck Picnic
Saturday, October 20, 2018, 1:00 to 6:00
Skyline Members welcome to ride with them.  Meet at the Corral.  Gates open at 1:00 pm, ride out at 2:00 pm.  Bring a dish to share.
Contact Sherry Reeble at for more information.
Matranga, Private Event Morning at Skyline
Sunday, October 21, 2018, 7:30 am to 2:30 pm
Mornings at Skyline Equestrian event - All Day jumping The tree and brush pile is closed for the duration of this event. No Exceptions!
HETRA Ranch Run
Saturday, October 27, 2018, 6:00 am to 2:00 pm at Skyline Corral and Trails
Be aware that there will be runners on the trail.  This run benefits the HETRA Equine Therapy program.  Come run with us.  Set up will be Friday night.  Contact Dusten Crichton at 402-598-8475 for more information 
Trail Clean Up and Picnic
Sunday, October 28, 2018, 1:00 to 6:00 at Skyline Corral and Trails
Meet at the Skyline Picnic area at 1:00 pm (or whenever you can make it) for maps and areas to work on.  Clean up is from 1:00 to 4:00 with picnic following.  No skills required.  If you have chain saws, flat beds, pick-ups, loppers, and trimmers, great!  If you don't have them, that's okay, we will find a job for everyone!
Everyone is welcome to the picnic, even if you can't help with clean up.  SRPOA will supply the chicken, please bring a side dish to share.