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The month of March is behind us and with it many big events have transpired.
Perhaps having the greatest impact is the transition from Linda and Jim Burns as managers to the new managers, Jeff and Pam Julian. The Burnses have been a terrific addition to our community and will certainly be missed by us. The relationship between our Management and our HOA has never been stronger and I anticipate this to continue with the Julians. I would like to take this time to thank Jim and Linda for all of the work they have done for the community and to wish them the best of luck in their future endeavors. I also would like to wish the Julians the best of luck in their new positions.
On March 13th, the HOA conducted its Annual Meeting and Board of Directors election. It was very gratifying to see the turn out of members on this important occasion. We had five extremely qualified candidates, but sadly, we could only elect three at this time. Congratulations to Kirk Miesmer, Ed Murphy, and Beth Winsor for their election to three-year terms and a huge thank you to Gail Price and Barbara Roberts for giving us the opportunity to have such great choices for the 2014-2015 board.
Please see the masthead on this page for your new Board of Directors, their positions and their contact information. I look forward to working with this new group and continuing the progress your HOA has made over the past few years.
As was mentioned at the March HOA meeting, last months ride-around discovered that our homes and yards were in the worst condition in years. Lets please show pride in our community by keeping our homes clean and weeded and mowing the lawns as required. Also, it was brought to my attention by a current smoker, that it is not appropriate to toss cigarette butts around our neighborhood. It takes very little time to do the right thing and not litter our streets.
I cannot conclude this article without mentioning the recent Four Lakes Olympics and the tremendous effect it has had on our community. We should all raise a great thankyouto all those involved with this wonderful and huge undertaking. So many have volunteered their time to make this event a success and so many have participated in the many varied events that it would seem that almost all residents have somehow been touched by this occurrence. Thanks to everyone associated with the Four Lakes 2014 Olympics!
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