The Summit at Mammoth
Welcome to The Summit condominiums in Mammoth Lakes, California.

The Summit is a well-established resort complex with 210 condominiums contained within nine buildings on the site’s extensive grounds and located across the street from, and within walking distance and bus service of, the Eagle Lodge at Mammoth Mountain.  Amenities include enclosed parking, tennis courts, swimming pools, Jacuzzis, saunas, a fully equipped fitness center, outdoor BBQ's, and laundry rooms in each building.  
For more information about The Summit, its location, its facilities and how to contact The Summit Manager and The Summit Owners' Association, see About The Summit.
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New Policy 113 - Ban on Anonymous Communication
Posted on Jul 26th, 2019
At the June 29, 2019 board meeting, the board voted unanimously to Policy 113, BAN ON ANONYMOUS MATERIALS, EMAILS, LETTERS, FLYERS, COMMUNICATIONS, AND FINES FOR VIOLATIONS.  This policy was created to prohibit owners from distributing materials anonymously to other owners. 
June 29, 2019
California Civil Code allows owners to distribute or circulate materials “in a reasonable manner.”  The reasonableness standard allows HOAs to adopt rules and policies regarding the dissemination of any materials, emails, letters, etc., and that includes a requirement that anyone disseminating materials, letters, emails etc., must identify themselves on the materials, emails, letters, etc., and cannot disseminate any materials, emails, letters, etc anonymously. 
Policy 113 prohibits any person or group of persons from disseminating any materials, emails, letters, etc., without identifying themselves on the materials, emails, letters, etc.
Anonymous materials, emails, letters etc., are not allowed.
If any person or group of persons disseminates any materials, emails, letters etc. anonymously in violation of Policy 113, a fine of $50 per recipient may be assessed, after a hearing, for each material, email, letter etc, that is anonymously disseminated, but in an amount not to exceed $1,000 per material, email, letter, etc. 
The updated policy document can be found in the HOA Governing Documents section on this website.  

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