Canyon Lake POA election sign requirements

Canyon Lake residents may display POA election signs starting on Monday, March 27. A maximum of three signs may be placed in the portion of the community setback that lies between their front lot line and the adjacent street.

The top of the election sign may not extend more than three feet above grade and may not extend beyond the back of the curb toward the street. Signs may not obscure the view of a fire hydrant.

The sign must have its own stake and may not be affixed to any improvement. Balloons, streamers, and similar materials may not be attached to the sign.

Non-conforming POA election signs may be removed from the Community Setback by the POA. Election signs may not be placed in POA common areas.

All election signs must be removed within seven days following the election.

Ballots will be mailed to members on Monday, April 3. The Annual Meeting of the Members and Election of Directors will be held on Thursday, May 11, at 8 a.m. in the Holiday Bay Room at the lodge. The meeting will be called to order and polls will close at approximately 9 a.m.

One-third of the voting power is needed to meet quorum. If a quorum is not met on May 11, the meeting will be adjourned and an alternate meeting will be held on May 13, resulting in an additional cost to the POA.

Only prime members are allowed to vote in the election. In households that include a husband and a wife, the prime member is issued in the name of the husband unless otherwise directed. Prime members have one vote per unit/lot/parcel owned.


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