2021 Election Results
- Tom Travia (348 Votes)
ELECTED to 3 year term
- Karen Sullivan (279 Votes)
ELECTED to 3 year term
- Bill Dorner (274 Votes)
ELECTED to 3 year term
- Sherri Kubis (233 Votes)
- Diane DiSandro (216 Votes)
- Carrie Pohl (207 Votes)
- Connie Wineland (203 Votes)
- Joann Andris (191 Votes)
2021 ELECTION SCHEDULE
Friday, July 16, 2021 by 2:00 p.m.
Nominating Petitions* and questionnaires must be completed and submitted to the LLVPOA office.
Saturday, July 17, 2021
10:00 a.m. at the Chalet
Annual Membership Meeting
Immediately following the regular Monthly Board Meeting (starts at 9:00 a.m.), the Annual Membership Meeting will begin (10:00 a.m.). The 2021 slate of candidates who have submitted valid Nominating Petitions for the three open positions on the LLVPOA Board of Directors will be announced. The Board Chairman will take additional nominations from the floor. Candidates nominated from the floor must provide completed, valid Nominating Petitions and questionnaires by the end of the membership meeting, no exceptions.
Sunday, July 18, 2021
Questionnaires must be approved by 4:00PM.
Questionnaires not approved by 4:00PM will be sent to print blank.
Monday, July 19, 2021
Election info including questionnaires go to print.
Friday, July 30, 2021
8 p.m. – 10 p.m. at the Chalet
“Meet the Candidates” Q & A
Wednesday, August 18, 2021
Close of Business Day (4:30 p.m.)
Voting Cutoff date & time for paper and electronic ballots.
Thursday, August 19, 2021
10:00 a.m. at the Chalet.
Counting of paper and e-vote ballots.
Saturday, August 21, 2021
9:30 a.m. at the Chalet
Monthly Meeting of the Board of Directors
During this meeting, the newly elected members of the Board will be seated.
Below are the completed candidate questionnaires, which have also been sent to each Member along with a ballot via postal mail.
|Bill Dorner||Carrie Pohl||Connie Wineland||Diane DiSandro||Joann Andris||Karen Sullivan||Sherri Kubis||Thomas Travia|
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Nominating Petition 2021 (MS Word)
Candidate Questionnaire 2021 (MS Word)
Forms are also available at the LLV Office.
This information has been taken directly from the LLVPOA Bylaws, and serves only to highlight election-relevant sections. The full and official version of the Bylaws may be downloaded here or obtained from the LLV Office.
ARTICLE VII BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Section 3. Election & Terms.
The Board of Directors shall be elected by mail ballot following the summer General Membership meeting each year. The nominating Committee shall present at the summer General Membership meeting a slate of candidates sufficient to fill all expiring terms, as well as all other vacancies on the Board caused by resignation, death, etc. The three candidates receiving the most votes shall be elected to serve a full term of three years. Candidates elected with the next highest number of votes will complete the terms of the vacancies being filled; longest remaining terms will be awarded to the candidates on the basis of most votes received;
A. Directors’ terms of office shall commence at the next regularly scheduled Board of Directors meeting following the date set for counting the mail ballots and shall end at the beginning of said Board of Directors meeting in the years in which their respective terms expire;
B. Members of the Board of Directors may be elected to serve no more than two consecutive terms. However, any Board member may be elected after not serving on the Board for a period of one year. Upon reelection, any Board member shall again be limited to no more than two consecutive terms. The limitation that no Board member shall serve no more than two consecutive terms shall apply to Board members elected after September 1991.
ARTICLE X NOMINATIONS & ELECTIONS
Section 1. Nominating Committee.
A nominating committee consisting of five members shall be selected by the current Board of Directors from the membership-at-large;
It shall present at the annual membership meeting a slate of candidates at least sufficient to fill all vacancies and expiring terms on the nine-member Board.
The nominating committee shall not present the name of any member as a candidate without first having obtained his assurance to serve, if elected.
Section 2. Nominations;
Immediately after the report by the nominating committee, the chairman shall call for nominations from the floor. Any member in good standing may make nominations for any elective position, but nominations may be made only at the annual membership meeting.
Any member making a nomination from the floor must have first obtained a nominating petition signed by at least five members as well as the written assurance of the nominee to serve, if elected.
Section 3. Election Committee.
When all nominations have been made, the chairman shall appoint an Election Committee of five members at large, in good standing, whose duty it shall be to conduct the election. The Election Committee shall set a date for counting the ballots. Ballots must be mailed to the members fourteen days before the date set for the counting of ballots. Ballots received from members must be received in the Association office by clse of business of the date set for counting the ballots;
A. Voting must be done by official ballots;
B. Election to any position or office shall be determined by receipt of the greatest number of votes for the vacancies to be filled;
C. In the event of a tie vote for the last vacancy on the Board, a runoff election shall be held between the parties tied for said vacancy.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Who may vote?
A. All members in good standing may cast a ballot for the election of Board Members. Each member is entitled to one ballot. (LLVPOA Bylaws III.3.B.)
Q. How do I vote?
A. Members will receive ballots via postal mail after the Annual Member Meeting which is being held on 7/17/21. (LLVPOA Bylaws VII.3.) Paper or electronic ballots may be cast. Details will be in the mailing.
Q. May I cast more than one ballot if I own more than one lot?
A. No. Each member is entitled to one ballot. Owning more than one lot does not entitle you to more than one ballot. (LLVPOA Bylaws III.3.C.)
Q. May each person on the deed cast a ballot?
A. No. One representative of the property may cast a ballot. (LLVPOA Bylaws III.3.D.)
Q. What is a “Member in Good Standing”?
A. A “member in good standing” is defined as the person(s) or entity named on the deed who is/are current in the payment of all dues, assessments, fees, and other charges to the Association as of any record date set by the Association’s Board of Directors. A “member in good standing” also includes those members who are current on a Board of Director-approved payment plan. (LLVPOA Bylaws III.2.D.)
Q. How do I become a Board Member?
A. To be considered as a nominee, you must be a Member in good standing and submit your nomination and candidate questionnaire (available on the Forms section of this page or at the LLV Office) by the deadline set by the Board. Once approved by the Board, your candidacy will be announced at the Annual Member Meeting. There will be a “Meet the Candidates” Q&A session (see Schedule). Ultimately, LLV Members will decide who becomes members of the Board by voting in the Board election.
Q. May I be on the Board if I am not on the deed of my lot (e.g., my spouse is the only person listed)?
A. No. Your name must be on the deed. Contact the office if your situation isn’t straight-forward (property is deeded under a Trust or other type of entity, etc).
Q. How do I get answers to questions not listed here?
A. If you can’t find the information you’re looking for here on the election page, feel free to contact the office via phone: (570) 646-3616, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by 1778 Lake Lane.