Annual Meeting Results – Only 140 Ballots Cast

Lola Lauri

Results for the election are below.  At the reorganization meeting it was determined that Alex Leslie will remain president, Millie Bishop will remain vice-president, Earl Frank will continue as treasurer, and Carmen Brodnax will remain as secretary.  The other directors are John Cress, Daniel Glasgow, and Joe Miller.

Candidate for Director:          Votes

Margaret Fitzgerald                  62

Bob Leon                                     60

Joe Miller                                    84                   wins 3 year term

Daniel Glasgow                          73                    wins 3 year term

Alex Leslie                                  91                      wins 3 year term

140 ballots submitted

2 ballots were declared invalid

The following are the results for the By-Law Amendments

General Amendments                 45 Accept                     91 Reject

Amendment I                             30 Accept                     106 Reject

Amendment II                            64 Accept                     72 Reject

Amendment III                           61 Accept                     75 Reject

Total Votes cast  – 138

Total invalid – 2

Total Valid – 136

Posted on August 25, 2012, in BOD Meetings, ELA Events and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. The sad thing is that less than 1% of the voting homeowners were at the annual meeting. The majority of the ones that did show up want to keep ELA in the stone age leaving the ones that want to move this Community forward in the dark. The by-law voting confirms my theory.

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