We are presently trying to collect enough funds to do the major repairs on Antelope Run between Naples and Poppy. This area has some major holes that need rock to fill; otherwise it will just hole out again as it has with past repairs. Our current estimate for cost is about $3000.00. We have approximately $1000 in the treasury at this time. Since we do not have sufficient funds, we will have to split it into two jobs, the first to do the Naples end on what is euphemistically referred to as “Paulden Lake.” Next would be the area from the top of the rise to Poppy. We will get materials delivered as soon as money allows. Anyone who has equipment (tractor, grader, backhoe, skidsteer, etc.) and is willing to help with the work – it will be GREATLY appreciated! To those in this area who promised funds, now is the time to step up. You can donate through the PayPal button on our website, or send checks or money orders to: PRMO, P.O. Box 363, Paulden, AZ 86334, Thank you!
Antelope Run between Poppy and Mitchell is awaiting the completion of construction on 5 new residences going in, 4 on Antelope Run itself, and one on High Desert just below Antelope Run. Construction vehicles are tearing up the road, and we do not want to put the money and work into repairs to be immediately torn up.
We need to stockpile a load of HOA Red to fill potholes that have appeared in Mitchell since the rain and people driving fast on it. PLEASE KEEP YOUR SPEED DOWN TO 15 – 20 mph. This will help with maintaining our roads! It will also help you with maintaining your vehicles…hitting potholes fast results in knocking alignments out, or worse.
A road meeting is needed, but we don’t have a place to hold one in Paulden. If anyone knows of a (free) location here that will hold 20+/- people, let us know! Otherwise, it’s back to Chino Valley. How many of you would be willing to attend a meeting in 2 weeks? Please RSVP in the comments area.
Mitchell Peterson says
Could we use some of the funds to change the speed limit signs from 25 to 15? The signs were installed privately but a home owner several years ago. I have spoken to Craig Brown about this. He said we as homeowners set the speed limit, not the county
Jean Reno says
If anyone wants to post a 15 mph speed sign on their property, they are free to do so, but the funds we have are purposed for road maintenance/repairs. Perhaps take up a collection just for signs? I’d be willing to donate for that purpose.