Annual Meeting Agenda for September 22nd

Hello Neighbors!

Tuesday, September 22 is our Annual Meeting (at the Ladera Golf Course banquet area) and we’re looking forward to seeing you there!

Here’s the agenda:

6:30 – 6:45: Meet and Greet:  This is a chance to mingle with your neighbors, the board members and our state and local representatives while enjoying snacks and beverages.  You’ll have an opportunity to share your ideas, any handyman referrals you may have and pay your annual dues (required for voting members).

(Approx) 6:45 – 7:00: Opening remarks by LWNA Board President Steve Collins and our State and City representatives – State Senator Jacob Candelaria , State Representative Antonio “Moe” Maestas  and City Counselor Ken Sanchez.

(Approx) 7:00 – 7:30: Presentation about 3-1-1 from Ms. Esther Tennenbaum, Division Manager of 311 Citizen Contact Center followed by a question-and-answer session.  Come learn how much 3-1-1 really has to offer – you’ll be surprised (addressing weed and zoning issues, helping with lost pets, getting large items hauled away, providing guidance on adding improvements to your property, and more!)

(Approx) 7:30 – 7:45: LWNA business meeting including the election of 2 board members (interested in volunteering?), the announcement of Bob McCannon Road, and a vote on the proposed bylaws change to add a Vice President to the board as needed (to Article VI, Section 2, a second sentence shall be added: “At the board’s discretion the office of Vice President may be added as needed.” Article VI, Section 3, shall be amended to read: “The term of office for the President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer shall be one (1) year.”)

Adjournment

We have been working hard to make this meeting both useful and enjoyable – hoping to see you there!!!

 

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  1. ursula sena

     /  September 17, 2015

    Is there a contact that I can be directed to do that I may get involved in neighborhood watch. If there is not a contact I am suggesting there be one. Our home has been broken into, items stolen, cars broken into and tagging on our fence. Please contact me.

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