Canyon Lake POA director announces resignation

Tim Cook, left, is pictured with Directors Greg Doherty, Renee Griffiths, Bill Van Vleet, and Brian Bock, who resigned in August 2022. Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.

Canyon Lake POA Director Tim Cook announced in a Facebook post that he will be resigning from the board of directors after the board meeting on Tuesday. Cook did not give a reason for his sudden resignation. His two-year term ends in May.

Cook is the second director to resign this term. With nine months left of his two-year term, Director Brian Bock resigned in August 2022 to “focus on work and family commitments.” The board appointed Alex Cook, no relation to Tim Cook, to fill Bock’s seat.

Three of the five seats on the board are up for election on May 11 when the terms of Renee Griffiths, Alex Cook, and Tim Cook expire. Those interested in running for a seat on the board must complete a Notice of Intent to Run form and return it to the POA office no later than 3 p.m. on Thursday, March 2.

The Canyon Lake POA five-member board of directors are collectively responsible for the management and operation of the POA’s business affairs. The board directors are elected by at-large for staggered two-year terms. The terms are staggered with three directors in odd years and two directors in even years.


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