The 89th Annual Meeting of Shareholders took place on June 11th, 2022. Unfortunately, a quorum of Shareholders was not met by the time the Board had finished their presentation, therefore an official election could not take place. The meeting was adjourned at 2:43 PM. In order to provide total transparency, the Board of Director’s would like to disclose the ballot counts received for Bylaw Proposal 15.1 – Amendments, via Absentee and from Shareholder’s present at the meeting who had already placed their ballot in the locked ballot box before the meeting was officially adjourned.The totals were: YES: 9 / NO: 27.
As noted in the Annual Meeting packet everyone received in May, there were three openings for the Board of Director’s and only three candidates ran for those positions. Those candidates were automatically placed on the Board by virtue of acclamation. After the Annual Meeting was adjourned, the new Board held their first meeting for the selection of officers. The Glass Club Lake Board of Directors for 2022-2023 are:
President: Chuck Groshek
VIce President: Rex Thain
Secretary: Janet Hajek
Treasurer: Jon Irvine
It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Jane Cross. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Cross, Hajek, Steadman & Wolfenberger families. https://www.guerrero-dean.com/obituaries/Jane-Cross-3/#!/Obituary
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in Common Areas
Shareholders with septic system/sprinklers in the common areas, need to resume mowing per maintenance rule 5.30b (mow ten (10) feet on either side of sprinkler heads to the street.)
Ladies of the Lake
Glass Club Lake – Ladies of the Lake, welcomes new members. LOL is comprised of member volunteers who’s purpose is to provide assistance to the Event Chairman, and to promote fellowship at Glass Club Lake. Those interested in joining may email Becky Groshek or call her at 972.571.8090.
Front Gate Clickers
Several members have had issues with their Gate Clickers recently. Many have been caused by a low battery, or the switches inside the controller have moved out of the sequence.
You can check your battery strength by pushing the open button on the Clicker. A bright red light means the battery is good. If the light fails to come on, or is dim in color, please replace the battery (9 volt).
We suggest that if you leave when the gate is closed, that you use your Clicker to open the gate from the inside, so you know your Clicker is working properly before you leave.
Please contact Jon Irvine at (903-261-0575) for any Clicker related issues.