Hideaway Valley Member to Member

Owners/members shall have the right to receive full, accurate, timely and unbiased communications and notices from the Association, and the right to communicate with all members in the Association's publications and communication tools at no cost
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~Governance of POAs


What our members are saying

Member Comments

  • Read what members are talking about. Contribute your thoughts too by posting on this page or going to the blog (see navigation to left.).
  • From member Jack This is precisely the sort of drama that prevents me from being a member of this community anymore.Jack McNabb
    Posted Jan 28, 2014, 10:04 AM by Hideaway Valley
  • OPEN LETTER TO BOARD re invalid ballots and votes (Sent by registered mail 01/27/2014) RE: Formal objection to invalid ballot of 1-25-2014 and members voting on important topic without proper notice to 95% of all ...
    Posted Jan 28, 2014, 9:46 AM by Hideaway Valley
  • RE the 3:30 afternnon board meeting The current discussion among our Trustees about eligibility requirements for candidates for Trustee elections is appropriate. My concern is that the discussion is taking place out of view to most ...
    Posted Sep 13, 2013, 6:35 PM by Hideaway Valley
  • Just a note about the alerts Shelly, I appreciate all you do to keep us up to date. Mistakes happen and you are a big person for owning up. I trust you implicitely regardless. Thanks for ...
    Posted Sep 11, 2013, 12:19 PM by Hideaway Valley
  • Recap of the Member Meeting July 27,2013 At the Pavilion on July 27.Bringing some water and refreshments, I was 10 minutes late. I noted that votes were being counted by a group of members led by ...
    Posted Aug 2, 2013, 12:50 PM by Hideaway Valley
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MISSION:

The Mission of the Hideaway Valley Member to Member Site is to be a forum for the exchange of information and opinions among owners of property in the Hideaway Valley Subdivisions by providing factual information about our governing documents, meeting schedules of the Board of Trustees and of the Members, reports about actions taken on behalf of members, and other events or actions which may affect the use and enjoyment of Hideaway Valley by the owners.


We are member advocates who have been working both independently and collectively for years to  protect the rights of property owners living in Hideaway Valley in Sanpete County, Utah. We are a clearinghouse of Hideaway documents, education, training, and referrals for our property owners.

You may leave a comment for our site by clicking here and filling out this form.

Comment and Member to Member Alerts

Please leave a comment. State whether you want your message and/or your name shared here or not. If you do not tell us, we will assume you want the comment published on HVMTM and we will use the name you tell us to use. This includes "Anonymous" if you so choose. By default, your email address will be included on the email list for updates on association business unless you state otherwise. Your email address will never be shared unless you request it. You can also go to the blog to make comments or if your comments are longer than what this form will handle, send us an email and when a volunteer can get to it, they will put up longer opinion pieces. You can also write articles, if you'd like to write for the members. Just let us know. All are welcome.

GOALS:

 At 'Hideaway Valley Member to Member' our goals are to:
  • Provide support for the trustees with projects approved by the members
  • Write opinion pieces (all sides invited) on what we believe needs improvement.
  • Send certified letters to the board when we believe the governing documents are being ignored
  • Advise members how to handle violation letters and warnings
  • Recommend attorneys to fight for your rights if they are violated
  • Keep all current documents posted and past documents archived
  • Answer questions on the governing documents and Utah code
  • Keep on open forum so members can share ideas and comments
  • Campaign for changes we would like to see in our community
  • Keep an active email list to share information