Annual Meeting Summary
Posted on Mar 25th, 2022
More than 90 member households logged onto the online 2022 Annual Meeting of the Loch Alpine Improvement Association. LAIA Board President Brian Daugherty hosted the meeting with the assistance of the other officers and directors. Treasurer Lucy Cohen reported on the Association’s budget and finances, explaining the reasons that the annual assessment should remain $775, as it has for the previous four years. While the webinar format was not ideal for interactive participation for all attendees, members did have the opportunity to submit questions for the Board and committee chairs to answer.
The absentee votes and proxies were tallied and the results announced to the members present:
- The annual assessment of $775 was approved.
- Candidates elected to the Board of Directors are incumbents Brian Daugherty, Lucy Cohen and David Stockson, and new director Lisa Carolin.
The Board is grateful to all the candidates for their interest in serving the Association.
The annual Loch Alpine Award for exemplary volunteer service to the community was awarded to Doug Ellmann for his contributions to the Legal Committee during the past couple of years, providing ideas and insights pertaining to the ongoing litigation over the former country club golf lots.
Selected by a random number generator, the two winners of the drawing for a 50% reduction in their annual assessment are John and Maryanne Sader, Lot 222, and William and Linda Sohl, Lot 309.
Weekly curbside yard waste pick-up begins April 5.
The Loch Alpine Community Yard Sale will be held this year. Details to follow.