Chetolah Shores Civic Association
Newsletter, Spring/Summer ’07 edition
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Due to lack of homeowner attendance in the Fall, it was
necessary to table the Board Elections to the Spring 2007
General Membership Meeting on June 28th.
President – renewable yearly (currently John)
Vice President renewable yearly (currently Matt)
Treasurer – renewable yearly (currently Anne)
Secretary – renewable yearly (currently Cheryl)
1 Year Trustee (currently Shelby)
2 Year Trustee – filled even years (currently Dianne)
Boat Slip “manager” (currently Dianne)
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We are looking for a homeowner living adjacent to the Cass
Lake Boat Launch & Elizabeth Lake Beach so DTE has a ‘hard address’
to connect the security lights to. The billings & responsibility will
continue to be CSCA, we just need and address for DTE. Please call the
voice mail if you can help out. Thanks again!
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Once again, someone felt the need to
take our last CSCA Meeting announcement
sign. (???Why???). The signs cost CSCA
members hard earned cash and will be
costly to replace. If you have information
on where we might find the sign, please
report it (anonymously) on the CSCA
voice mail number listed here.
Please consider a position on the board, current officers
will be available to assist in the transition.
At the Spring meeting a motion will be put on the table
to permanently move Board Member Elections to the Spring,
when meeting attendance is higher.
1 Year Trustee: Shelby Talkington
2 Year Trustee (filled even years): Dianne Tite
2 Year Trustee (filled odd years): Lisa Browne
3 Year Trustee (filled every 3rd year starting 1988): Open
3 Year Trustee (filled every 3rd year starting 1989): Tina Green
Chetolah Shores Civic Association Board of Directors Mission Statement
As the Chetolah Shores Civic Association’
Association’s Board of Directors, we pledge to: Conserve our natural
Encourage the preservation of our mutually owned outlots and wetland
wetland areas. Keep our common areas clean and healthy.
Foster a neighborhood environment where we can all work together to
provide a safe and environmentally stable community.