Dale Learish Wretha Smith Mariel Davis Lorie Edwards
President Vice President Treasurer Secretary
Tommy Jackson Chris Kirby Janette Winters Tracii Logan Darrell Fellers Joe Rowe
Board Member Board Member Board Member Board Member Board Member Board Member
|Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.
Welcome to the davismountainsresort.com site. This site was created to show the world what a wonderful place the Davis Mountains Resort is. It is meant to be a positive place for fun and
information about the DMR and surrounding communities. Take some time and browse some of the links and let us know if there is something you would like to see added.
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THE DMR HAS TWO OFFICIAL AND IMPORTANT WEB SITES THAT EVERYONE SHOULD BE AWARE OF AND CHECK FREQUENTLY
DMPOA.net - This official DMPOA site contains a wealth of information for property owners, residents and guests of the DMR. Here you can find our governing
documents, DMPOA Board meeting agendas and minutes, community information and more!
dmrvfd.com - This site is for the Davis Mountains Volunteer Fire Department. This is a great place to keep up with our local fire department, see photos of the
fire fighters and equipment, news and many useful links.
Both of the above sites are useful and should be checked frequently, especially in times of emergencies such as fires.
DONKEY/BURRO FEEDING FROM VEHICLES
Thanks to Carol Diquilio for coming up with these great signs! One will be at cattle guard, one at Thompson trail and one at the
Community Center. Additionally, on a personal note, it would be a good idea for people not to stop and have any interaction with
the critters while driving within the DMR, but slow down even further. Drive for the conditions and watch out for animals!
DMPOA ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION RESULTS
On Saturday, June 27, 2020, the DMPOA Annual Meeting was convened at the DMR Community Center. The members elected were:
Tommy Jackson, Tracii Logan, Janette Winters, Lorie Edwards and Chris Kirby. The members currently on the Board are Dale Learish,
Wretha Smith, Mariel Davis, Darrell Fellers and Joe Rowe.
Thanks to all of our Board members for volunteering their time and efforts to serve on the Board.
To see the majority of the packet handed out at the Annual Meeting, click here!
NOTE: The new power poles on HWY 166 will apparently cover appx 16 miles and possibly end at the ranch house on the Ranch Road leading into the DMR. The
power lines were deemed necessary to update the electrical system. Since the original poles were installed, the population and need for power in the area has
quadrupled. Apparently it was more cost effective to plant the power poles instead of placing the lines underground.
MEET OUR NEW BOARD!
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(Awaiting add'l photos and Information)
A message from JEFF DAVIS COUNTY - July 7, 2020
This is an informational message from the Jeff Davis County Reverse-911 system.
By Order GA-29 from the Governor of Texas, “every person in Texas shall wear a face covering over the nose and mouth when inside a commercial entity or
other building or space open to the public, or when in an outdoor public space, wherever it is not feasible to maintain six feet of social distancing from another
person not in the same household.” There are limited exceptions that may be found in the order posted at the Courthouse and at all government buildings. If
you are seeking a medical exception, please have a doctor’s note at hand.
The Order continues: “Following a verbal or written warning for a first-time violation of this face covering warning, a person’s second warning shall be
punishable by a fine not to exceed $250. Each subsequent violation shall be punishable by a fine not to exceed $250 per violation."
While there is an exemption available for counties with fewer than 20 cases, Jeff Davis county officials, believing it to be in the best interest of the county, have
chosen NOT to apply for the exemption.
Should someone enter a business and refuse to wear a face covering, the business shall notify the sheriff’s office and the person may be removed and
charged with trespass.
Numerous studies have shown the wearing of face coverings when in public to be one of the most effective ways to slow the spread of COVID-19 and still allow
businesses to remain open. Yes, they are inconvenient and uncomfortable if worn for a long period of time, but if worn properly, they do not pose a health risk
to the wearer. And now that there are numerous active cases of COVID-19 in the Community, we must all work together to slow the spread of this disease so
that we may return to our normal way of life as quickly as possible.