Updated 30 July, 2019
High Lonesome Ranch Estates Property Owners Association
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High Lonesome Ranch Estates Property Owners Association
A Meeting of the HLRPOA Board of Directors is scheduled for Wednesday, July 31, at 1:00 pm.  It
will be held at the at the Tribby residence, 6780 W Reata Pass (west of Double U Ranch Road).  
Here is
the updated agenda
. This is an open meeting under the HLRPOA bylaws and Arizona statutes, and all
Association members are welcome to attend.

The Annual meeting was held on March 23 and Joe Alberti was elected to a full term.  The Board
selected its slate of officers, which included Mr. Alberti continuing as President and the rest of the Board
continuing in their present offices.


At the Board of Directors meeting on February 13, Karen Tribby was appointed to fill the vacancy on
the Board left by Emilie Switzer's resignation and departure from the Ranch.  Ms. Tribby will take over
the duties of Treasurer, and Margaret Baxter will continue as Member at Large.  Barbara Brown remains
Vice President, and Joel Levin continues as Secretary.

The assessment for 2019 remains unchanged: $160 per lot per year, or $80 per lot semi-

If you are not receiving the occasional emails with meeting and other announcements, please notify the board of
directors, preferably by email.

The Board of directors:

  • President:                Joe Alberti
  • Vice President:       Barbara Brown
  • Treasurer:                Karen Tribby
  • Secretary:                Joel Levin
  • Member at Large:   Margaret Baxter

A note to all drivers and riders on High Lonesome (and elsewhere, too!) -- good advice no matter where you are driving

28-858. Approaching horses and livestock
From: Arizona Revised Statues Title 28  (emphasis added).

A person operating a motor vehicle on a public highway and approaching a horse-drawn vehicle, a horse on which a
person is riding or livestock being driven on the highway shall exercise reasonable precaution to prevent frightening
and to safeguard the animals and to ensure the safety of persons riding or driving the animals. If the animals appear
frightened, the person in control of the vehicle shall reduce its speed and if requested by signal or otherwise shall not
proceed further toward the animals unless necessary to avoid accident or injury until the animals appear to be under

The current Association's Rules and Procedures has been posted here.

Call for Volunteers: Please look at the
Committees page and see what committees you might be interested in serving on.
  • Any member who is interested in helping the Association through being on a committee should send email to the
    Board of Directors.


The HLRPOA  mailing address is:
P.O. Box 215
Elfrida, AZ 85610-0215

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