2023 PMCPOA Board Candidate Forums:
Saturday May 27th 10am-12pm in the Condor Room
PLEASE CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE LIVE STREAM.
The second "Meet the Candidates" forum for those running for this year's open board seats is tomorrow (May 27) at 10am in the Condor Room at the Clubhouse. Here is your opportunity to come by and hear what they have to say. The meeting will be recorded on video and posted on our website for viewing if you can't make it to the meeting. It will also be live-streamed on YouTube.
Please note this live stream is not a guaranteed method to view and hear parts of or the entire meeting and technical difficulties beyond our control or a member's control may occur that do not allow a member watching to fully experience the meeting.
Friday May 19th 6-8pm in the Condor Room
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE VIDEO OF THE MAY 19TH FORUM.
The first "Meet the Candidates" forum for those running for this year's open board seats was Friday, May 19 at 6pm. Please click the link above to view the video of that forum.
NOTICE OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS SPECIAL EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING
Friday, May 26, 2023 1:00 p.m. – Pavilion
Please click here to review the updated PMC Snowplow policy, and to view a snowplowing status map.
Verizon Cell Phone Update
We have finally heard back from Verizon; we have a new Area Tech for cell service here in PMC, if you have a problem:
Some of you have not had cell service for a few days, and he says that they need to replace some radios on the tower. They will attempt to replace the radios as soon as access is safe.
From the General Manager
“The Forest Service will be ticketing incursions onto Federal Land by private parties in the PMC area. This may include furniture, vehicles, etc. This review will only apply to those properties adjacent to the National Forrest which may include all of or portions of Polar, Cedarwood, Fernwood, Ironwood, top of Woodland, Azalea, Juniper, Yellowstone and Yellowstone Court.”
It has been brought to the GM’s attention by employees that some members/non-members are contacting our employees at home even in the middle of the night regarding association business. Please, do not contact employees at their homes. Patrol can be contacted 24/7 at 661-242-3857. If it is a true emergency, contact Patrol and they will contact the appropriate parties that need to be involved.
K.L. Shulman, CMCA
General Manager & COO
(661) 242 3788
If any cars are parked on the street during a snowstorm, the street will not be plowed. Please do not park your cars at the end of the driveway. It doesn’t stop the berms from happening and your car could become damaged by the snow plow throwing snow. You are parking at your own risk.
The order of plowing are main streets to the highway first, then secondary streets and last is cul-de-sacs. Berms will be done after all the streets are plowed and cindered. Please do not call to have your berm removed. If you have an emergency, please call 911 and they will notify the association to make sure they can get into the driveway to help persons that need 911 assistance. An emergency is not a Dr. appointment which should be rescheduled if snow is coming. Our staff works 24 seven during a snow storm to clear the streets.
Please be patient and be safe.
K.L. Shulman, CMCA, General Manager & COO, PMCPOA, Inc.
(661) 242 3788
All of our employees at the Transfer Site appreciate our members' efforts in helping us maintain an efficient operation. However, it is important that we all follow instructions without arguing with the staff as it is disrespectful and impedes their ability to direct these operations.
To view alerts that were posted prior to October 2021, please click here.