Highland Lakes

Country Club and Community Association

Voting Board Meeting – Friday, November 20

The Highland Lakes Voting Board is scheduled to meet at 8 pm this Friday, November 20 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.

The motions that will be considered for a vote this Friday include:

  • A motion amending the revision to Rule 23, adopted October 16, 2015, by adding the following paragraphs:
    Recreational vehicles, campers, etc. are not permitted to be parked on Club properties at any time unless special permission is first obtained from the Club Office. Parking along roadways during snow and ice removal operations is regulated elsewhere in these Rules and Regulations.
    – This Rule does not apply to unattended overnight parking caused by storm and related weather events. Unattended overflow parking needed by members for parties and gatherings at their residences is permitted, provided that permission is first obtained from the Club office.
  • A motion authorizing the purchase of a dishwasher, grill and stove for the clubhouse kitchen as presented by the clubhouse committee at the workshop on November 11, 2015, and providing for the permitting and installation of the equipment
  • A motion authorizing the purchase in the approximate amount of $2,000 of a marshalling tent, as recommended by the swim team parents’ organization, from funds raised by the swim team and deposited with the Club.
  • A motion adopting the revised regulations related to docks, swim floats, platforms and inflatables.

Attending board meetings and workshops is 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.

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