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Below you will find the recent election/ballot results. A special thanks to Marsha, Jackie, and all of our volunteers who did all the hard work associated with the sending and counting of this year’s election.
ILPOA 2023 Board Election Results:
- Robert Dixon => 280 votes: Elected
- Richard Breeden => 256 votes: Elected
- Jean Rohal => 249 votes: Elected
- Al Santiago => 183 votes
- Greg Rivera => 175 votes
- Barb Weber => 165 votes
Rules and Regulation Results
- Lot Mowing => PASSED 372 to 117 (76.0%)
- SECTION 1. MEMBER RESPONSIBILITY. PARAGRAPH A. MEMBERSHIP AND GUEST CARDS
Proposed New Rule: Add Subparagraph 3.
Lot Mowing: Property owners shall maintain their occupied lot(s) up to and including the area between the lot line and the ditch/culvert (if no ditch/culvert exists, then to the hard surface of the road). In the event any property shall attain excessive weeds, brush or other growth exceeding an average of 10 inches in height, the Association will have the right to issue a citation, as outlined in Section 12, paragraph A.
- Motorcraft Liability => PASSED 371 to 117 (76.0%)
- SECTION 2. BOATS. PARAGRAPH E. BOAT REGISTRATION.
Proposed New Rule: Add Subparagraph 4.
Motorcraft Liability Insurance: Any motorized watercraft operated on Indian Hills Lake shall have in full force and effect a policy of liability insurance with minimum limits of One-Hundred-Thousand ($100,000) Dollars. No boat decal shall be issued by Indian Lake Property Owners Association for any motorized watercraft until proof of said insurance for that watercraft is provided
- Water Speed Limit => FAILED 202 to 288 (41.2%)
- SECTION 3. LAKE RULES, PARAGRAPH B. SPEED LIMIT
Boating speed limit of forty miles per hour (40 mph) will be from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. starting the Friday before Memorial Day through Labor Day and 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. starting the first Tuesday after Labor Day through the Thursday preceding Memorial Day. Other times, the speed shall be a maximum of five miles per hour (5 MPH) with minimum wake.
- No Wake Time => FAILED 204 to 287 (41.5%)
- SECTION 4. SKI, TUBE AND WAKEBOARD SAFETY, PARAGRAPH A.
All water activities including skiing, tubing, and wake boarding are allowed from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. starting Friday before Memorial Day through Labor Day and 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. starting the first Tuesday after Labor Day through the Thursday preceding Memorial Day. Boating speed limit of forty miles per hour (40 mph) will be from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. starting the Friday before Memorial Day through Labor Day and 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. starting the first Tuesday after Labor Day through the Thursday preceding Memorial Day.
- Wake Surfing => FAILED 213 to 275 (43.6%)
- SECTION 4. SKI, TUBE AND WAKEBOARD SAFETY; PARAGRAPH L.
Wake surfing is permitted by V-drive and direct-drive watercraft only Monday-Friday. Wake surfing is prohibited on Saturday-Sunday.
- 45% Rule => PASSED 352 to 141 (71.3%)
- SECTION 16. AMENDMENTS TO RULES AND REGULATIONS.
Proposed New Rule: Add Paragraph A.
Any proposed Rule and Regulation change or Addition (or similar in intent) which does not receive at least forty-five percent (45%) membership support may not be submitted as a ballot item in the following year.
- Derelict Vehicles => PASSED 396 to 95 (80.6%)
- SECTION 28. MAINTENANCE OF PROPERTY
Proposed New Rule- Add Section 28. Maintenance of Property:
Members shall not keep derelict vehicles/watercrafts (excluding watercraft trailers) in view of other members and the general public. Derelict vehicles/watercraft shall be defined as any means of conveyance or transport that do not bear a current set of license plates or current registration stickers, as required by ILPOA Rules and Regulations (Section 2); or are in such condition that they may not be legally operated on public streets or waterways.
Violators will be cited as provided under Section 12.
- Initiation Fee => PASSED 330 to 160 (67.3%)
- ARTICLE II. MEMBERS, SECTION 1. CLASSES OF MEMBERS
Proposed New By-Law-Add Paragraph 2:
Effective January 1, 2023, an initiation fee shall be assessed to all new members of the Association. This one-time fee shall be equal to one- times the annual dues in place at the time the new member acquires property. A new member shall be defined as a person or persons acquiring property, improved our unimproved, within Indian Hills who is not already a member by virtue of property ownership. This initiation fee shall not be transferable, applies only to property owners, and is not to be assessed to tenant memberships. This initiation fee must be paid in full to the Indian Lake Property Owner’s Association around the time of real estate closing. This fee is in addition to the first-year dues and assessments. The rights of membership will not be afforded the prospective member(s) until this initiation fee is paid. In the event that a member in good standing, (at the time of the sale), sells their property, said individual (s) is no longer a member of the Indian Lake Property Owner’s Association effective immediately upon closing of the property. If this individual then purchases property in Indian Hills and closes on said property within 60 days of the closing date of their previous property the initiation fee will be waived.
- Indemnify Board => PASSED 342 to 106 (76.3%)
- ARTICLE V. BOARD OF DIRECTORS, SECTION 15.
Proposed New By-Law-Add Paragraph 2: INDEMNIFICATION
To the extent permitted by law, Indian Lake Property Owners Association (ILPOA) shall indemnify, defend, and hold harmless each persons who shall serve as its director, officer, or committee member (“Indemnitee”) from and against all claims, demands, actions, proceedings, suits, losses, liabilities, damages, judgments, settlements, costs and expenses (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) arising out of or relating to actual or alleged acts or omissions committed while serving in his/her capacity as director, officer, or committee member of ILPOA provided, an Indemnitee acted in good faith and in a manner the Indemnitee reasonably believed to be in or not opposed to the best interest of ILPOA and the Indemnitee did not engage in recklessness, willful misconduct, or criminal acts. An Indemnitee shall promptly notify ILPOA of any indemnified matter, allowing ILPOA to defend and settle on behalf of the Indemnitee. Failure to provide prompt notification will not relieve ILPOA of its obligation unless prejudice results from delay.
- Common Ground => PASSED 357 to 93 (79.3%)
- ARTICLE XV. COMMON GROUND
Proposed Change (Add):
No common ground shall be sold or leased without the issue being presented and discussed during at least two (2) special meetings or Members in good standing. The sales or lease proposal must then be submitted to the membership by ballot and shall require approval or a two-thirds (2/3) majority of members voting to move forward for finalization.
Dan Cannon, ILPOA Secretary