The site is accessible from anywhere in the world, and is visted by "spiders" that index the web. (Google for some unique things on this page is see what comes up).
Send corrections, additions, and photos for any page to the web guy, via collinsview at gmail dot com.
A Site map, attempting to link to all the pages on the site.
Not sure what Prakash J may have had to do with registering the name.
When Jeff moved out of CV at the end of 2007 (?), John Miller recycled content from the more timely pages plus new info into the site design you see here, and hosted it out of his home by running an apache web server on linux, and evidently paid the dyndns registrar.
It's hard to believe, but evidently John hosted it out of his house for 2-3 years paying only for the domain registration.
John transferred the Domain Name registration and hosting to an account at webmasters.com in about 2010.
In 2014, the collinsview.org domain name was transferred into Miller's dreamhost.com account. John covers the annual registration fee ($10). The hosting is provided at no cost, via John's business, Time Haven Media. Buy John a beer sometime.
The collinsview.org Domain Name registration was transferred to SWNI's set of domains in May 2017. This was a good move — SWNI will pay the registration fees for all time, keeping it independent of us mortals in Collins View. SWNI can set up email accounts on it, such as email@example.com, and we can access it just like a Gmail account. SWNI has set the internet address for www.collinsview.org and the unqualified address collinsview.org to point to the web server in John Miller's web hosting account (TimeHavenMedia) with Dreamhost.com.
The Website can continue there, maintained by John, or it can be hosted anywhere else. The site itself could be hosted under SWNI's hosting service, should John fall off the earth. The site can remain up as long as TimeHavenMedia is in existence. A long term plan for the website is a bigger issue. John's concern is that if someone wants to make it more dazzling, fine, but then that person is responsible for it forever, not just until they jazz it up. For now, John is willing to update, expand, refactor (re-arrange) the website with feedback and participation of the association.
The site might benefit if converted to using a content management system, where various people could add articles and update the site with out much tech expertise. However, the same caveat applies -- commitment is required to keep the site even moderately current and relevant. (AND TRAINING WOULD BE REQUIRE as different people assume this role.)