Highland Lakes

Country Club and Community Association

Voting Board Meeting – Friday, October 16

The Highland Lakes Voting Board is scheduled to meet at 8:00 pm this Friday, October 16 in the Lake Room of the clubhouse. The board generally meets on the third Friday of most months to review the current activities and business of the Club. The meeting agenda always includes time allotted for reports from individual committees, a review of the Club’s current budget, correspondence, legal matters, and a discussion of old and new business. Towards the end of the meeting the floor is open to members and all who wish to share their views on any Club related topic are encouraged to speak. Time is permitted at the beginning of each meeting for members to express views on any topic scheduled for a vote that night.

Two motions will be considered for a vote this Friday. Both focus on rules that pertain to parking on Club properties. All members parking on Club properties (beaches, parks, the Clubhouse, athletic facilities, dams, playgrounds, freeways, boating areas, playing fields and courts and parking lots) are expected to display the parking permit that is distributed to them in the badge packet they receive when dues are paid. Without a permit, members are subject to receiving a violation. The votes scheduled to occur tonight will determine what form that violation may take as well as how and when it will be administered.

This topic was discussed at length at the board workshop last Wednesday night. Attending board meetings and workshops are a great way for members to become knowledgeable about the issues that the Club faces, to gain an understanding of what various committees are working on and become acquainted with board officers and the trustees who represent the various sections of our community. Meetings are typically two to three hours in length, but members are free to come and go as they wish. All members are encouraged to attend. If you are unable to attend, but want to find out what took place at a meeting you can always call the trustee who represents your section.

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