A cold, wet and dreary day did not deter 115 hardy cabin owners from attending the Annual Meeting held at the Welches Elementary School. The major topic of discussion was security. We heard from a representative of the Clackamas County sheriff’s office crime prevention. There also were two vendors available to talk about security systems for your cabin.
The MHFHA board recently adopted a plan to implement a “Forest Watch” program which is similar in nature to a “Neighborhood Block Watch”. Signs were specially designed for our program and will be posted on many of the roads in a most conspicuous spot to alert people that they may be watched for specious activity.
A representative of the Rhododendron CPO discussed the idea of incorporating the cabin tracts into their boundaries and thus representing our area in land use issues with the county and also to gain input from the cabin owners on projects to upgrade and improve Rhododendron proper. There was no dissent on the issue.
Fran Lanagan spoke about cabin issues and introduced their new website which out lines the process for upgrading and improving the cabins.
Watch for more information on theses topics. Annual Meeting Minutes 6-12