Gimlet Idaho

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Announcement

10 June 2024

This year we have added the option to vote electronically using a online voting website. This is a safe and efficient method to encourage and increase participation. Each owner will receive an email invitation to vote from the Gimlet voting site. If you own multiple lots, your account will already be weighted to reflect multiple properties. Please be sure to add this email address (gimletmaster@ivotehoa.com) to your safe sender list/address book so you can participate in the vote.

Voting online is easy and quick! You will have three steps:

1. Receive the email and click the link to go to the voting site

2. Register for the vote by entering your name, email, and creating a password

3. Make your choices on the screen for the proxy and submit. The options are the same as those on the paper proxy.

When your vote is complete, you will receive both an onscreen confirmation and an email that the vote has been recorded. The entire process takes only a few minutes - less time than it did to read these instructions!

Owners can submit their proxy via mail or email as well. The online voting website just offers another option to ensure we obtain a quorum to hold the meeting. Please contact our office should you have any questions.

Photos

Gimlet Hangar
Gimlet Hangar
Courtesy of Unknown (circa unknown)
Gimlet Hangar collapse
Gimlet Hangar collapse
Courtesy of Dave Wooding (2023)
Johnson Flying Service signage
Johnson Flying Service signage

Found in the garage of the Homles/Luntz property (now the Starks’ homestead) before it was torn down. Approximately 6'x4'.

Courtesy of Lisa Whorton (circa unknown)
Rinker estate in Gimlet
Rinker estate in Gimlet
Courtesy of Rinker family (circa unknown)
Rinker estate
Rinker estate
Courtesy of Rinker family (circa unknown)
Gimlet Runway
Gimlet Runway
Courtesy of Unknown (circa unknown)
Gimlet Runway
Gimlet Runway

A single northwest/southeast paved 4,800' runway. Source

Courtesy of Unknown (circa unknown)
Elk
Elk

50+ cows and a single bull elk in the hills above Gimlet in early fall.

Courtesy of Dave Wooding (2023)

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