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UPCOMING EVENTS:

  
 

BOSTON MOUNTAIN RURAL HEALTH CENTER OPEN HOUSE

 

The Boston Mountain Rural Health Center announced their plans for opening their new clinic in Holiday Island Friday, May 19, at the Holiday Island Rotary Club Meeting.

 

They will be having an open house at their new offices in the Park (where Mercy Clinic was) Thursday May 25th, from 11am to 2 pm.  Stop by and meet them -- they will be grilling and serving up hot dogs/hamburgers, registering new patients, and talking about their services.

They will open full time on May 30th.  The hours of operation in the clinic will be Monday thru Thursday 7:45am to 5:15pm and Friday 7:45am to 11:45am. They will also have 24 hour care via phone at 870-448-5733.  Write that number down where it is handy.  All records will be electronic so there will be access to them no matter what Boston Mountain site you go to.  They take ALL insurances.  If you have someone visiting that needs medical assistance, they will see them as well.

 

Their website is http://www.bmrhc.net, where you can find a lot of good information as well as make an appointment online.  They also have a Patient Portal and forms you can print and fill out.

 

Also check out their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/bmrhc, or just enter 'boston mountain rural health center' in the search box.

 

 


 

 

 










 



 


GOLF OPERATIONS 

  

 

Thanks for reading!

 

Jon Prange - Golf Superintendent


  

HI HIKERS

 

 

 
To view a golf course promotional video, CLICK HERE .
To view a campground promotional video, CLICK HERE.
 

 

Junior Golf Lessons @ 9am

 

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CLICK HERE to view the Incorporation of Holiday Island presentation. This is not a HISID document; it is provided as a courtesy and for informational purposes only.


 

 

 

 

 


 



 

Fire Chief Bob Clave reminds everyone the Beaver suspension bridge is closed and will be until the water recedes so the Arkansas Highway Department can inspect and determine the safety soundness of the bridge.


 

STORM DEBRIS DISPOSAL

 

Please refer to the below guidelines for handling storm debris. These guidelines apply but the $20 per load fee will be waived for cleanup from the April 26th storm. Any tree limbs bigger than chippable size should be cut into pieces small enough for one man to handle. This free service is only applicable to damage caused by the recent storm.

 

Please remember to call 479-253-9518 to be placed on the list.

 


 

NOTE FROM CARROLL COUNTY DEPUTY TROST

 

 

 

Deputy Casey Trost


 


 


 

 


 



 


 

 

 

 


 

  

 

Site Assessment Work Plan & Cost Estimate               Plan Approval

 

Lawrence Blood - District Manager


 


 

 




 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


note from the

Carroll County Sheriff's office

 


 


 

 

 


  

hi hiking trails master plan

 

Some of you may be interested in taking a look at the Holiday Island Trails Master Plan. About 18 months ago, the Holiday Island Board of Commissioners approached the Holiday Island Hikers to see if they would assist in preparing the plan. Their stated desire for the plan at the time was to explore the possibilities of building hiking trails in the green spaces in Holiday Island. This was in recognition of the fact that hiking and mountain biking is close to the top of the list of amenities people are looking for these days when looking for a place to live and/or retire. As such it was necessary for Holiday Island to provide such an amenity if we are to grow. The HISID BOC created an ad hoc committee made up of mostly HI Hiker members to prepare the plan and as you probably know, we were provided assistance from the National Park Service, have recently been awarded a $24,000 grant from the State, and have built one trail. So we are well on our way to implementing the plan. In the BOC's December 7th meeting, the board approved the plan.

 

Starting in January, we will be needing volunteers to work on the Bobcat trail. The Holiday Island Hikers is also now a 501c3 organization so we are soliciting tax deductible donations to be used as matching funds for building the trail. I can assure you that the Bobcat trail, once built, will be equal to many of the trails that we drive many miles to experience. So this is a project well worth our effort. I look forward to any feedback you can provide on the plan and the projects. And look forward to working with many of you on building the trails.


   


  

COMMUNITY GARDEN RIBBON CUTTING

 


  


  

From the Holiday Island Roads Department

 

Recently, the Roads Department has taken over the duties of the weekly chipping program. Please only put out limbs that are at least 24 inches in length and not bigger than 2 inches in diameter. Twigs and old limbs cannot be put through the chipper because of safety concerns to the employees. Limbs must be chipped within three weeks of their cutting. Twigs should be disposed of through other methods.

 

Just a friendly reminder to help us be more efficient while doing this service for the community. Your cooperation is appreciated.

 

Thank you.

Kenny DeHart
Roads Superintendent


 

check out the holiday island fire department auxiliary's (hifda) new website

 

http://hifda.com/


  


 

 
 


 

 

UPCOMING HISID BOARD MEETINGS:

 

  

MONDAY, june 19, 2017, REGULAR MEETING 9AM @ DISTRICT OFFICE

 

 

Regular BOC Meetings are scheduled at the District Office for the 3rd Monday; if needed, there will be a Regular Meeting on the 4th Monday. When needed, Special Meetings may be called
 

To view Agendas/Minutes from previous HISID meetings, click here.

 

 

APRIL 2017 DM Report 


 

HOLIDAY ISLAND'S 2016 ANNUAL DRINKING WATER QUALITY REPORT AVAILABLE; CLICK HERE


2017 ASSESSMENT RATES 

 

2016 BOC CHAIRMAN NOONAN'S LETTER TO PROPERTY OWNERS

 

2017 AMENITY RATES


marina remediation update

 

SITE ASSESSMENT WORK PLAN & COST ESTIMATE

 

PLAN APPROVAL


 Community Garden Update


To submit items for E-Newsletter and the online newsletter, please email a word document, pdf, or jpg file to: newsletter@hisid.info. You may also bring a flyer/poster to the District Office for scanning.

 

If you have questions, please call 479-253-9700. 


2016 holiday island trails master plan


  

 

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