The Fall 2017 edition of the Twin Lakes HOA newsletter known as the Courier is now available. If you or someone you know would prefer a printed copy of the Courier, please let us know at the management office by calling (253) 250-3747 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Twin Lakes Homeowners Association held its 2017 Annual Meeting on Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at the Ballroom of the Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club. 208 homes were represented at the meeting. (96 in-person and 112 via proxy) Of these 112 proxies, 56 were given to the Board of Directors, and it was decided that these 56 proxies would only be used to meet the quorum requirements, they would not be used to provide votes to any candidate. Votes would only be counted from those cast by homeowners present, and from the other 56 proxies that were given to specific homeowners that were present at the meeting.
It was also announced at the meeting that due to his personal work schedule, Mr. Kerry Kozuki had submitted his resignation from the Board. This added a 4th open position on the Board of Directors to be filled.
During the election process, along with the 4 known candidates; Ardith Butler, Josh Haglan, Patrick Pomeroy and Steve Hatch, two other homeowners were nominated from the floor at the meeting: Tim Walls and Bob Hill and these 2 gentlemen became write-in candidates.
The votes were cast and the following results were as follows:
- Josh Haglan – 125 votes*
- Steve Hatch – 81 votes*
- Tim Walls – 79 votes*
- Patrick Pomeroy – 76 votes*
- Bob Hill – 53 votes
- Ardith Butler – 38 votes
- Bob Wooley – 3 write-in votes
- Mike Holmes – 1 write-in vote
- Robert Rawlings – 1 write-in vote
*The four candidates receiving the largest number of votes were elected as Board members.
The election of officers shall take place at the first meeting of the Board of Trustees following each annual meeting of the members. (Which is currently scheduled for September 20, 2017)
The Association thanks all that participated in the 2017 Annual Meeting.
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