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Election Committee

Purpose: Oversee and conduct elections of Board members or other elections in which property owners vote.
Board Liaison: Bridget Isle (bridgetisleaia@gmail.com)
Committee Members: Linda Dysart, Kathy Koeltzow, Lindy Lindner and Lee Ann Riddoch.
August 28, 2017

The Arrowhead Improvements Association will not be holding an election for the two open seats in January 2018.

We had two candidates for two Board seats. According to the Bylaws, Article 2-2.5, item D:

2.5 Voting Procedures for Site Owners:
  D. Regarding uncontested elections for the Board, the candidates may be affirmed to succeed by a majority vote of the Board, provided such proceedings are in accord with the Statutes of the State of Colorado.  

The names of the incumbents, Jim Matteson and Kim Norwood, have been forwarded to the Board of Directors for a vote of affirmation.

Congratulations to Kim and Jim!

The Election Committee:
Linda Dysart, Kathy Koeltzow, Lindy Lindner, Lee Ann Riddoch and Bridget Isle

2017 Elections are Coming Up
There are two 3-year term seats open on the AIA Board of Directors for the term beginning January, 2018. Four people have submitted their names as candidates for these positions:
Larry Koontz
Jim Matteson
Bruce McClenhan
Kim Norwood


Ballots for the 2017 election will be mailed September 29, 2017 and must be returned, postmarked by November 14, 2017.

Property owners' dues and/or assessments must be current by September 28, 2017 in order to receive a ballot.

According to the AIA Covenants, owners shall be entitled to one vote for each site owned. When more than one person or entity (Trust, LLC, Partnership or other form of legal entity) owns a site, the owners must designate, in writing, the individual who will exercise their vote. The designated voter's name must be on file in the AIA office by September 15, 2017. Please include the lot, block and filing of the property as well as the designated voter's current address. If this designation is already on file, and no changes have been made, it is not necessary to send in one for this year.

If you have moved or changed addresses, please make sure the AIA office has a current address on file.