Subject: Couple of Items - Trespassing Signs and Beaver Traps
Date: Mon, 30 Jul 2018
From: Cardall, Craig @ Salt Lake City <Craig.Cardall@cbre.com>
To: Pines Ranch Shareholders:
I hope all of you have had a chance to enjoy the Ranch this summer. I just came down from the mountain Saturday and had an enjoyable couple of days.
I wanted to send a quick email to make you all aware of a couple of recent happenings.
Some of you may be aware, but we have been dealing with a beaver issue on the east end of the ranch for a couple of years. The beavers have constructed a couple of dams on our property near the upper Cornwall cabin, as well as on the land directly east of the ranch. I have been informed that several traps, each marked with a red flag, have been placed on the property to the east by a licensed beaver trapper. The traps are expected to be in place for several months. Additionally, please do not try and resolve the beaver issue on your own. Destroying the beaver dams and lodge without removing the beavers will only result in the further loss of the small trees along the river.
Please share this information with those who intend to use your cabin as the traps can be dangerous for pets, and ask that they do not cross over into the neighboring property to the east.
I also have been asked to remind everyone that “No Trespassing Signs” are not to be removed from the fences for any reason. This includes removing a sign to any neighboring properties. Removal of a sign is against the law. Several signs have been removed on the east end of the ranch and the neighbors have asked that we send a friendly reminder to each of you regarding this concern.
Please share this information with anyone who will be visiting the ranch.
Craig L. Cardall, Pines Ranch Board President 801-707-1892