B.J. Heuberger : Enclave residents say thanks
On behalf of the residents and absentee homeowners, the Homeowners Association of the Enclave of Steamboat Springs would like to extend their sincerest thanks to the community of Steamboat Springs for the support and help in the recent devastating fire that swept through one of the Enclave buildings on Monday evening.
The fire department, police and security, sheriff and city did an outstanding job in responding to a crisis of unusual proportions. From containment to extinction, crowd control to owner help lines, all city professionals were working at their best and continued to do so throughout the night and the next day. For the owners who lost their homes, it was tragic and the ensuing cleanup and rebuilding will be a challenge. But the entire neighborhood benefited from the efforts of firefighters who courageously battled a blaze that did not want to be extinguished and police and security patrols who worked hard to ensure the safety of residents and onlookers. We wish to thank all involved for helping to control all aspects of this devastating event.
We also would like to thank our property manager, Tom Simmons of Big Country Resorts and his assistant Jeff Worst, who are sleep deprived and still running in high gear to take care of the cleanup and details involved in the rebuilding of our community. The entire maintenance crew of Big Country has been indispensable in helping us get back on our feet. They have shown that they are committed to this project and, for that, the Enclave owes its deepest appreciation.
To all those people whose job it is to help in a situation such as this, we laud your outstanding efforts and support. To all our friends and countless people who have offered unsolicited help and assistance, we cannot thank you enough. It shows once again what a wonderful community Steamboat Springs truly is.
The Homeowners Association
of the Enclave of Steamboat Springs
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