Somewhere on the mountain, there is a significant water leak. If you find it, please contact the water board or the HOA board. We can help!
If you are able, please check your cabin. If you are recreating on snow machines, keep your eyes peeled for water where it shouldn’t be.
Cool Springs Mutual Water Company will hold the annual meeting on Saturday, October 22, 2022 at 5:00 pm at the Oakley City Hall,
960 North Center Street, Oakley, Utah. Please plan to join us for the meeting.
Cool Springs Mutual Water Company is looking for 3 board members. If you are interested, please email email@example.com by September 19, 2022.
This year the process for voting for our new board members will be via electronic voting.
Last year we indicated we agreed to this method of voting to save mailing costs. The voting will start on Wednesday
September 28, 2022 and will be open for ten (10 days), closing on Saturday, October 8, 2022.
Notices will be posted on the Beaver Springs website, and the two Facebook pages, with the candidate bio information prior to voting, and we are hoping to include the bio information in the voting link.
An email will be sent to each water share owner on September 28 with information to the voting link.
Completing the vote on 10/8/2022 will allow us to do two things:
1) Announce the new board members at the October 22nd meeting
2) Give the new Board Members an opportunity to meeting with the entire Cool Springs Water Board directly after the annual meeting for a short time.
If you, have concerns with this method of electronic voting, please let us know prior to September 21st so we can obtain an email from you or work out another way to communicate with you. You can contact
Debbi Fugal at 435-640-0376 (leave a message please) or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cool Springs Mutual Water Company Shareholders – A reminder that your yearly invoice for water at your BSR property is due by January 31st.
After the first week of February, a late fee of $25 dollars will be added to your account.
Please send checks to Cool Springs Mutual Water Company, PO Box 571214, Murray, UT 84157-1214
If you have any questions, or have not received your invoice, please contact Nan Kemp at email@example.com.
The annual invoice for the culinary water Cool Springs provides for your property were mailed to your home the week after Christmas.
Payment will be due by January 31, 2022, and late fees will be added after that date.
If you have had a recent change of address, or if you have any questions regarding this invoice, please contact Nan Kemp at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you and Happy Holidays!
Please be vigilant about leaks on your property, including leaks from your hydrant. These kinds of problems are the responsibility of the individual owners, not Cool Springs Mutual Water Company. If a leak is found on your property, you will be notified, and your water will be turned off.
Also, if you observe a leak on any property in Beaver Springs Ranch, please report it to a member of the Cool Springs Board. Contact information is provided on the BSR website. Thank you for helping to keep our water tanks full, and our energy costs down!
2021 Cool Springs Mutual Water Company Meeting and Election Information
Cool Springs Mutual Water Company will not hold an in person meeting this year. An informational letter from the President will be sent to all shareholders in its place. Watch for the President’s Letter and a ballot be which will be sent to you on October 18, 2021.
Our ballot this year will request your input regarding adding and/or changing some text in the Amended Bylaws, Rules and Regulations to allow for posting electronic, notices, and the future use of electronic voting. As well as the election of one board member whose term will end this year, Jim Thomas. Jim has decided to run for re-election.
If you are interested in running for election to the board, please send a short, one paragraph biography to: email@example.com, by October 11, 2021, we will include your submission on the ballot.
BSR is back on well water. The Mid Mountain tank is now full and all residents can stop boiling water. Thank you for your cooperation.
Cool Springs Mutual Water Board
Dear Beaver Springs Residents:
On Sunday, August 1st several cabins ran out of water. Members of the water board were notified and determined there had been damage at the pump house due to lightening. The damage resulted in no water being pumped to the mid-mountain tank or to homes. When we realized the damage caused, we immediately switched the water source to the upper tank which is fed from the spring. Typically, we will test spring water prior to filling the tank, or allowing residents to use the water. Spring water is good water, and out of an abundance of caution we are
asking all residents to boil their water, or drink bottled water until 9:00 pm on Monday, August 2nd. This will allow us time to collect a water sample, have it tested, and refill mid-mountain water tank, which will restore our original water source.
Thank you for your cooperation and patience, if you have any questions or concerns don’t hesitate to reach out to anyone on the water board.
Fellow Beaver Springs Ranchers:
Spring is upon us and our sparse snow cover is beginning to melt. Governor Cox has already declared a state of DROUGHT EMERGENCY requesting Utahns begin water conservation early to stretch our limited water as far as possible. We, too, could face water shortages, even in spite of our previously planned upgrades to the spring, our main water source. We encourage each of you to begin water conservation measures at this point and to avoid any outside watering.
One potential consequence of a low snowpack is the reduced insulation to the ground that a deep layer of snow provides. One of our full-time resident families already has experienced a frozen water main. As the snow melts please be on the lookout for any unusual water seepage that might represent a leak. This could occur in our water mains – but that is improbable as our lines are buried 5 ft below the road surface and have been replaced with modern plastic materials over time. More likely is a fracture in older metal lines between the water mains and your homes – or within your cabins as water is turned back on when you “unwinterized”. Such a leak can drain our water storage tanks within a short span of days, at which point we will have to resort to pumping from the well – a very costly expense.
Please conserve our precious water and report any suspicious ground water to one of the elected members of your water board or homeowner’s association board.
Thanks, and enjoy our wonderful surroundings this spring and summer!
Cool Springs Mutual Water Association board members
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