Beach Club, LMC Update — Feb 2022

by Brian Belmont, General Manager

Brian Belmont

On April 16, LMC will hold its 54 th Annual Membership Meeting. Unfortunately, with the recent uptick of Covid cases in our county, it’s too early to tell if this year’s meeting will be held remotely or in person. At the meeting, our North Bay membership will be asked to vote on proposed amendments to the Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws. The proposed amendments are being brought forward by the Board of Trustees in order to keep the two governing documents consistent with the Revised Code of Washington statutes that regulate how homeowner associations function.

In addition, LMC members will also be asked to elect four members to the LMC Board of Trustees. Open for election are three positions that are 3-year terms, two of which are lot owner positions and one condominium position. The fourth position open for election is a 2-year term that repre- sents our lot owners. If any of our members are interested in submitting their name for consideration, please contact me so I can provide you additional information about serving on the LMC Board of Trustees.

As always, if you have questions or comments about this article or the on-going work at the Beach Club, I can be reached at a2112d|||plvoice|||org|||LMC Info

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