Welcome to the Mt. Index Riversites online community!  This is the official Mt. Index Riversites website. To take full advantage of the website, sign up for a user account with your valid email address. No anonymous postings are allowed; if your user name does not indicate your real name, please sign all your postings with your first and last name.

Important stuff

Please review the meeting minutes for information about what happened in a board meeting. Click on "Board Meetings" on the left navigation bar, and then choose "Minutes". 
All 12 board members are responsible for road maintenance (see bylaw 4.1). If you have questions or concerns about the road, please do not hesitate to come to a board meeting or contact a board member.
New rules:
1) Due to the confined space of our meeting room, and all the bodies we have to fit into it, please REFRAIN from wearing perfume and cologne to the meetings. Since flu season is not over yet, please also be very careful to cover your mouth and nose and basically keep all cooties to yourself - or even better, keep them at home.
2) Anonymous postings will be removed from this website. You are accountable for the information you post here. One exception: if you have a "Found" listing in the Lost & Found forum.

PUD wants to turn Sunset Falls into a hydro-electric plant?!?

http://www.snopud.com/PowerSupply/hydro/sunsetfalls.ashx?p=1956

Click on Documents and you'll get a pdf document that details their plan.  More important info is toward the bottom.

We should be getting together as a community and determining what action is necessary on the part of our community about this project.  Please make comments in the environmental forum, http://www.mountindexriversites.com/?q=node/527, if you're interested in getting together with your neighbors to discuss this matter. More information is also available at www.savetheskyriver.org

Thanks,

Terry Dievendorf and Lora Cox

New Weather Statistics!

 Thanks to a generous neighbor, we now have truly accurate weather information for our community!  It is available on the left hand side of the website at the bottom.  Clicking on the picture will allow you to see a history of pictures for every day in the month (or last five months!).  Clicking on the statistics will show you detailed weather data such as temperatures, wind speeds, and precipitation over time.   Enjoy!

May 7th, 2016

Mt. Index Riversites Community Club, Inc.
Annual Meeting of Property Owners
May 7, 2016 

Board members present: Julia Akin, Mark Bollman, Carrie Byrne, Mark Haenlein, Patty Harbaugh, CJ Holmes, Gary Johnson, Don Larsen, Dave MacFarlane, Earl Van Buskirk, Mat Williams

Opening Introductions

The current Board members were introduced to the community as well as the candidates for a new three-year term on the MIRCC Board of Directors. The candidates were: Ellie Anderson, Mark Bollman, Brent Corey, Rebecca Davis, Kathleen EckartLove, Andrew Tuttle, and Ben Van Dusen.

Bylaws: Revised Edition

Sultan Days this weekend

So beware of massive traffic snarls. There may also be paving on Hwy 2 due to the "melting" from the heat we had.

Jim Blair

Fire ban season has started June 22 2015

As of Monday all outdoor fires and cooking fires without a spark trap are banned due to the high combustibility of our area (all of unincorporated Snohomish County) and lack of water facilities.

Heybrook Ridge

Heybrook Ridge County Park
Public Meeting Announcement
Snohomish County Parks are planning trails and other enhancements for the
Heybrook Ridge County Park site. Please join us to explore preliminary plans and
share your ideas. A brief presentation of the draft Trails Management Plan will be
followed by an opportunity to provide feedback and ask questions. We hope to
see you there!
Monday November 17, 2014 • 7:00 – 9:00 pm
The River House • 444 Ave A, Index, WA 98256
For more information please contact Chris Mueller 425-388-6620 / chris.mueller@snoco.org
Snohomish County Parks & Recreation
www.snocoparks.org

MIRCC July 5th Monthly meeting

 The next regular MIRCC Board meeting is scheduled for July 5th at 10:00 am location will be announced prior to the meeting 

For FEMA help - DO THIS TODAY!

This posting is courtesy of Elizabeth Hill:

MIR Property Owners:

Your action is needed immediately.   You can greatly influence our chances of getting FEMA funding.   The President of the United States is coming to Washington State this Tuesday April 22nd to see what is going on in Oso.   Keep in mind what we heard from county and state officials who attended our MIR meeting yesterday - right now we have a 50/50 chance of getting FEMA funding.

We all need to do several things between this moment and Monday night.    Please do the following:

Help us help you

Dear Community Members,
We are striving to communicate better and more efficiently with all our members.
Melissa Bailey has expressed a wish to donate her time in helping gather email addresses and phone numbers of all community members. Please email her at MJBailey69@gmail.com  with your full name, mailing address, email address, and phone number. If possible, please include your parcel numbers so that MIR can update all the information and better communicate with everyone.
Thank you!
Melissa Bailey
360-348-1673
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