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Off To Court They Go…
In late May, Lake Holiday resident Bill Masters filed a lawsuit in the Frederick County Circuit Court, seeking a judicial review of the October 2006 board of directors election.
Ladies, Check Your Watches!
It’s time for the LHCC Board to get ready for the October 2007 election, and that means creating a Nominating Committee.
Hear What Other Directors Have To Say
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Noel O’Brien’s arrogant comments have put the spotlight on the thoughts of other board members.
Listen to these startling revelations by director Margie Hoffman.
LHCC Board Votes Down Humanitarian Assistance Policy
Colby’s unfortunate disappearance brought to the fore the issue of signs at Lake Holiday. The Boyd family had run afoul of Lake Holiday’s prohibitions on signage in their efforts to locate Colby. They took the initiative to encourage the Board to show more reasonableness in administering Lake Holiday by developing a more humanitarian outlook. However, at the February 26th board meeting, the LHCC Board voted down the humanitarian assistance policy championed by Sharon Boyd.
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