Phone : 636-585-2226 pleoffice@centurylink.net

New Updates:

Check out our newly available PLE merchandise! https://shop.1stplaceprinting.com/pinnacle_lake
Orders may be placed using the link provided here.  Orders will be shipped directly to your home.

2022 Office Hours; February – October

Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday     8:30 am – 12:30 pm
1st & 3rd Saturday of the Month     8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Our office will be closed on the following holidays: Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Holidays that fall on a Monday may effect our Saturday schedule for the month. Please contact the office with any questions.

Please note: Cheryl will be out of the office and unavailable  on Monday, May 16, 2022, and June 20, 2022 – June 27, 2022. 

You can contact the office by leaving a message at 636-585-2226 or emailing the office at pleoffice@centurylink.net
Monthly Board Meetings are the 1st Saturday of the Month and start @ 9:00 am. No office business will be conducted during the Monthly Board Meetings.

2022 Office Hours; November – January 2023

Monday & Thursday                   8:30 am – 12:30 pm
1St Saturday of the Month        8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Monthly Board Meetings are the 1st Saturday of the Month and start @ 9:00 am. No office business will be conducted during the Monthly Board Meetings.

Inclement Weather Policy: The office will follow both Warren & Montgomery County School districts decision to close. If either school is closed due to weather the office will be closed as well. Please watch our offical facebook page: Pinnacle Lake Estates – Official Page, for weather related closings.

 

Saturday, January 8, 2022, at 9:00 am at Montgomery County High School, Montgomery City, Missouri 63361 (enter the building with the large Wildcat logo). 

The Board of Trustees has decided to postpone the January 8, 2022 voting on the “Restatement of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions and Seventh Amendment to By-Laws of Pinnacle Lake Estates Association, Inc.” because of additional concerns from a few Lot Owners. While we realize that this has been over a two-year process, we want to be sure everyone has the opportunity to review and understand the proposed changes.

We will repurpose the January 8th voting meeting to use as an additional opportunity for Lot Owners to ask questions and give any input they have. Once we have given this opportunity and taken any feedback into consideration, we will move forward with rescheduling a meeting to vote on the proposed changes per our current by-laws.

At this time, we ask that you please review the proposed covenants and by-laws and come to the January 8th meeting with any questions or feedback you have. The Board, along with the help of our HOA attorney, will be present to answer any questions.  If you are in disagreement with any item, please bring that forward along with a proposed solution.

Meeting: Saturday, January 8, 2022, at 9:00 am at the Montgomery County Middle School Gym.

Click the links below to see the revisions.

Revisions of Bylaws and Covenants Cover Page _ 2021

By-Laws Revisions

Covenants Revisions

 


Fish Stocking 2021:
On November 22, 2021 we put 231 4-6″ Crappie and 200 Walleye into the lake. If you catch any of these please return them to the lake. Remember, release bass that are between 12” – 15”, these are the breeding fish. Anglers are encouraged to remove bass that is less than 12”. Since Walleye take a long time to mature, catch and release of these fish are essential for the first 3 years.

2021 Annual Board Meeting Results: 

Newly Elected Board Members 3 Year Term:
Rachel Haney- 76
Dan Latham -50
Dan Ryan-42

Alternates – These members will fill vacant terms:
Dan Collins-40
Steve Pogulis-8

 

Ballot Measures Results:

1. Should Pinnacle Lake Estates Association, Inc. increase the Annual Assessment on all lots by $35.00 to fund Creek and Retention Pond Maintenance?  YES- 38   NO- 50

2. Should Pinnacle Lake Estates Association, Inc. increase the Annual Assessment on all lots by $30.00 to fund a Security/Courtesy Officer?  YES- 24  NO- 64

3. Should Pinnacle Lake Estates Association, Inc. increase the Annual Assessment on all lots by $25.00 to fund a Maintenance Employee?  YES-34   NO-54

4. Should Pinnacle Lake Estates Association, Inc. change the Boat Slip Lottery Drawing Policy and no longer “grandfathering-in” those who currently have a slip?  Yes- 51   NO- 37

5. Should Pinnacle Lake Estates Association, Inc. ban the use of personal watercraft effective January 1, 2022, on Pinnacle Lake due to safety concerns?  YES- 32   NO- 57

 

Click the link below to see the Board of Trustees’ announcement regarding Lake Preservation beginning June 1, 2021.
Lake Preservation Announcement

2021 Winter Office Hours:
Mondays & Thursdays             8:30 am – 12:30 pm
1st Saturday of the Month               8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Our office will be closed on the following holidays: Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
Please note the office will be closed on December 20th, 23rd, 27th, and 30th for the holidays. 

You can contact the office by leaving a message at 636-585-2226 or emailing the office at pleoffice@centurylink.net

Monthly Board Meetings are the 1st Saturday of the Month and start @ 9:00 am. No office business will be conducted during the Monthly Board Meetings.

 

Boat Dock Inspection and BID Information:

Per the 2019 – 2020 PLE Board Members request, Tiger Docks came out to inspect the current anchoring system on our dock.  Please use the links below to review their inspection, and see the bid received with the recommended repairs.  

20 0930 Dock Anchoring Report (1)

20 0929 EXISTING ANCHOR LAYOUT 20-218

Tiger Docks Anchoring Addition BID

 

 

Assessment Reminder:
Annual Assessments were mailed on Friday, May 21, 2021. Please contact the office if you have not received yours. Annual Assessments are due July 1, 2021. 


Yearly Assessments are now due July 1st of each year.   In 2017 Yearly Assessments were approved to increase 3% each year for five years. Assessments for the year 2021 are $366.00 for Primary Lots and $80.00 for Secondary Lots.  The Special Assessment for Lake Dredging is $275.00 per year, due March 1st of each year, for the next three years.  Any questions or to receive your balance please contact the office during business hours.  The next newsletter will be mailed in August 2021.


The board received a request from a lot owner, to provide a spending plan for the Special Assessment for Lake Dredging. Please see the letter of request below. 

Special Assessment Money Spending Plan – Request from a lot owner

Fish Stocking:
On October 31, 2019, we put 450 9″- 12″ Catfish, 200 4″- 6″ Red ear Sunfish, and 200 4″-6″ Black Crappie into the lake. If you catch any of these please return them to the lake. Remember, release bass that is between 12” – 15”. These are the breeding fish. Anglers are encouraged to remove bass that is less than 12”.