Fall 2019 Newsletter can be viewed below. If you require a copy to download and print, you can find our Quarterly Newsletters are stored under Useful Information on the PMLE Documents page. PMLE will be transitioning to a digital newsletter in the 2020 months, as most people have internet and printers. Those that wish to get them via postal mail, please contact any board member, or send an email to our mailbox letting us know. Thank you.
Have a safe and happy holidays!
For those that use the website, we have some new updates. The first is that the website does contain a new page called Event Calendar, which provides our calendar of events over the course of the year. Additional changes will be posted as they are made.
The PMLE 567 Board of Directors has the following vacancies that need to be filled promptly:
President, Treasurer and Member at Large.
I will be resigning as President effective immediately. It has been great serving on the board, however I need to focus my attention elsewhere at this time. I've met a lot of nice people and feel we have accomplished a lot toward moving PMLE toward a better and more efficient future.
Please consider volunteering your time to fill one of these positions. The time commitment is minimal and will assure we keep our HOA status. We need a minimum of 5 members on the board.
Please send your intent to email@example.com.
Thank you and take care
Poconos in the winter. Often times a beautiful sight, however, can also be harsh. That being said, with the first, official day of Winter on December 21st, there are some standard safeguards we ask all of our neighbors to adhere to, for your safety and our plow contractors, as well as cost efficiency.
With Winter, there's potential for us to lose power. If anyone remembers the March 2018 storm, we had a lot going on, including the loss of power. We had terrible road conditions, in which most were stuck in their homes, trees down, power lines down, etc. We had a great group of neighbors who all chipped in, to get each other fuel, food, water, and general supplies. They also helped cut trees and clear roads. While we hope that would continue in the future, we can't rely on it. Be safe this winter and we'll see everyone after the thaw!