Committee Chair Announcement – Committee Volunteers Needed!

Date: October 23, 2023
Subject: Committee Chair Announcement – Committee Volunteers Needed!

I was honored to be elected your Queens Landing Council of Unit Owners Board President for the upcoming year.  Our goal will be to continue the good work of building financial sustainability while enhancing the pleasure of living in Queens Landing.

 

This email is to update you on committee chairs – and to encourage you to join these committees.  The application to join is attached and further instructions are at the end of this email.

 

Committee Chair List

 

Community Enhancement Committees:

  • Social Committee – Kara Salvo, Chair
  • Newsletter, Website and Community Relations Committee – Mike Rabinowitz, Chair
  • Recreational Facilities Subcommittee of Maintenance – Peggy Young, Chair
  • Long Range Planning Committee – Peggy Young, Chair

Property Stewardship Committees:

  • Maintenance Committee – Laurelle Sheedy McCready
  • Landscaping Subcommittee of Maintenance – Reg Overman

Business Management Committees:

  • Covenants Committee – Harry Baldauf, Chair
  • Budget and Finance Committee – Jaci Hendricks, Chair
  • Reserve Subcommittee of Budget and Finance – Jaci Hendricks, Chair
  • Insurance Committee – Kara Salvo, Chair
  • Election Committee – Laurelle Sheedy McCready, Chair

What is your role?  How can you get involved?

 

These committees vary in focus, content, and time commitment.  You can participate in person, as well as via video conference or phone.  Below we will more fully describe each so you can see what draws you.

 

Please note, this call for volunteers is for owners as well as non-owner residents.   There are four committees which non-owner residents are encouraged to join:

  • Social Committee,
  • Recreational Facilities Subcommittee,
  • Newsletter, Website and Community Relations Committee, and
  • Landscape Subcommittee.

Standing Committees

 

Community Enhancement Committees:

 

Social Committee

To assist the Board of Directors in the development of social events utilizing the recreational facilities of the Community and to encourage community participation by all Unit Owners, Residents and Tenants in the Association social affairs. This committee meets as needed to plan events and has approximately ten meetings per year.

 

Newsletter, Website & Community Relations
To assist the Board of Directors in development, oversight and maintenance of policies and procedures that provide pertinent information about the Queen’s Landing community, including maintenance and safety related issues, social events, and other community news of interest to members of the Council of Unit Owners. This committee meets as needed and averages six times per year.

 

Recreational Facilities

To assist the Board of Directors to review and develop guidelines to utilize the recreational facilities – clubhouse, pool, courts, kayak facilities, and walking paths – to maximize the value of the Community to the lives of its residents.

 

Long Range Planning Committee

To assist the Board of Directors in the analysis of issues which impact the long range vision and general welfare of the community. This committee meets as necessary and averages six meetings per year.

 

Property Stewardship Committees:

Maintenance Committee

To assist the Board of Directors in development, oversight and maintenance of plans and procedures that will maintain the buildings, structures, grounds and landscaping of Queen’s Landing. This committee meets monthly and, therefore, averages twelve meetings per year.

 

Landscaping & Grounds Subcommittee of Maintenance

To assist the Maintenance Committee planning landscaping projects and monitoring the performance of landscape contractors for quality of work performed and adherence to the contract requirements and standards. This committee meets monthly and, therefore, averages twelve meetings per year. 

 

Business Management Committees:

 

Covenants Committee

To assist the Board of Directors in development, oversight and enforcement of the Declaration, Bylaws, Rules & Regulations and Policies that control the design, appearance, use and enjoyment of the community. This committee also reviews Architectural Change Request applications.  The term of membership on this Committee is two years.  This committee meets once per month and therefore averages twelve meetings per year.

 

Budget & Finance Committee

To assist the Board of Directors in development, oversight and maintenance of the Association financial affairs. This committee meets on average four times a year starting around March of each year.

 

Reserve Subcommittee of the Budget & Finance Committee

To assist the Budget & Finance Committee in conducting a comprehensive review of the prepared reserve study as needed to repair, replace, restore, or maintain common area components of the Association.  This committee meets on average five times a year.

 

Insurance & Claims Committee

To assist the Board of Directors in development, oversight and maintenance of the Association’s existing and future insurance policies to ensure that they adequately insure all relevant properties, conform with all applicable requirements set forth in Article 6 of the Queen’s Landing Council of Unit Owners By-Laws that they represent the best value for the community, and to assist the board with handling claims against those policies, including limiting financial losses to the Association and evaluating claims against the Association by unit owners in excess of HOA-6 insurance requirements. This committee meets as needed and averages four meetings per year.

Election Committee

To assist the Board of Directors to canvas Unit Owners to serve on the Board of Directors of the Association and provide the Managing Agent a standard format for resumes for all candidates for Board of Directors vacancies, and ensure that the Managing Agent provides Unit Owners with resumes for all candidates seeking election to the Board of Directors in accordance with the scheduled timeframe.  This committee meets an average of three times from August to September.

 

Ad Hoc Committees  – Ad Hoc Committees are created for a particular purpose and are only active until the assigned project is complete.  At present no ad hoc committees have been activated.

How to volunteer?

 

Attached to this notice is a fillable Committee Volunteer Form. If you served on a committee last year and would like to continue on that committee, simply complete the top of the form, indicate you served on that committee this past year by answering the question regarding past service yes, and then skip to the signature line; otherwise, please complete the entire form.  Please send in your completed form to [email protected].

 

Please submit your completed form to [email protected] no later than November 1st for immediate consideration keeping in mind that you can ask to be considered at ANY time throughout the year. You can also pick up or return a completed volunteer form at the QL office.
 
Be an active part of your community… Volunteer Today!

 

Thank you so much,

 

Laurelle Sheedy McCready

President, Board of Directors 

Queens Landing Council of Unit Owners

[email protected]

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