POA News

Director Comments: Treasurer McDonald discusses budget challenges

Treasurer Sean McDonald provided the following statement to homeowners during the regular session Board meeting on January 3. Happy New Year to everyone! All of the past Pro-Forma Budgets were based on 4,800 members paying their annual assessments when, in fact, only about 87 percent of them were paying their assessments. If they are not paying their assessments, they are most likely not paying a…

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Generally Speaking: Community association fundamentals and other tidbits

By Jeremy Wilson CLPOA General Manager Even though we live in an association, you might be surprised how many of our neighbors, owners and renters alike don’t really understand the fundamental nature of common-interest communities. We also know that many others, including the media and other vocal outlets, lack a true understanding of the community association concept. With the Board of Dir…

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Jeffrey Main taking charge at Lodge and Country Club

By Jeffrey Main CLPOA Food and Beverage Manager I would like to reintroduce myself to the community as your new food and beverage manager of both the Lighthouse Restaurant and the Country Club. I say reintroduce because I served in the Food and Beverage Department here in Canyon Lake from 2003 to 2006. I began my tenure here as the banquet chef for the Lighthouse Restaurant back in 2003 and then…

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At the Lighthouse:

Kids Night Wednesday Night is kids night from 5 to 9 p.m.! All kids 7 and under eat free with each paid adult. The kid-size buffet features food like “Dino” chicken tenders, mac and cheese, mini corn dogs, apple sauce, pudding and many other kid friendly choices. Adults will have a limited home-style menu for only $9.99. Seafood Buffet Night Thursdays, from 5 to 9 p.m., find all-you-can ea…

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At the Country Club: Country Club is offering new bar menu, Happy Hour

The Country Club is now offering a new bar menu that includes chicken tenders, nachos, hot wings and popcorn shrimp. The bar menu is available all day, but only at the bar. The regular menu is served in the dining room. Please remember that, although the restaurant closes at 3 p.m., the bar remains open every day until 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday features a happy hour that includes the bar me…

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CLPOA Public Notice regarding delinquent assessments

Members are hereby notified that Canyon Lake Property Owners Association will be engaging the services of a collection agency. This process will be conducted for accounts that are 90 days or more delinquent that have not made arrangements for payment. Bad debt will be reported to the three major credit reporting agencies. Notice is further given that Canyon Lake Property Owners Association will …

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Attention members: Date to change on monthly ACH payment

The Association is in the process of converting to a new accounting management system, and with this conversion also comes a change to the posting process for ACH payments. Effective January 2012, members who have signed up to pay their monthly Assessments, Golf Dues, Horse Board or Dock Rental Fees through the ACH Automatic Payment Service will see a change in the date their accounts are debite…

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Registering for a recreational class or activity?

Signing up for an activity soon? Members should register for all recreation and activity classes at the Program and Activities office, located behind the Lodge, next to the Pool. Forms will still be available to pick up at Member Services, but will need to be submitted and paid for at the Program and Activities office. Members can sign up for classes Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. …

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Signing up for tennis or equestrian lessons?

Effective January 1, 2011, members wanting to sign up for tennis or equestrian lessons (including camps) will need to purchase a punch card from the POA to use for lessons at these two facilities. The punch cards are available at the Program & Activities office, located at the Pool behind the Lodge. The Program and Activities office is open Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more informa…

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Classes and Activities: Computer classes will begin in January

The POA is offering a new schedule of computer classes that this past Wednesday. Register at Member Services, making checks payable to the Senior Committee. Class offerings, which are not highly structured, accommodate beginners as well as intermediate users. Students with notebook/laptop computers with the new Windows 7 Operating System are encouraged to bring their computers to class. • “T…

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Classes and Activities: Dance and exercise classes

• Fish Out of Water – With the Pool closed for the winter months, the "Fish Out of Water" class will run from through Friday, March 9. It will offer low-impact aerobics and exercising to music on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. in the Holiday Bay Room at the Lodge. The cost is $2 per class.   • Beach Boot Camp – Classes meet at Sunset Beach (at the Lodge) Monday, Wednesd…

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Classes and Activities: Oil painting class

Rita Forand teaches oil-painting classes each month in the Pool View Room at the Lodge. Learn to paint this scene of frolicking dolphins on Sunday, January 15, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. There needs to be at last four signups per class; a maximum of 12 will be accepted. Fee for the class is $60, payable in advance at Member Services. There is nothing for students to bring to the class – just come …

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The Senior Committee monthly Potluck and Dance

The Senior Committee invites seniors to join them in their monthly Potluck and Dance, held on the last Sunday of the month. This month's Potluck and Dance will be on January 29, at 5:30 p.m. Every day at the Senior Center there are classes and activities like needlecraft and sewing, game night, card players, woodcarving, Dancercise and Wii bowling. Seniors are invited to the center to join their …

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Committee updates: Rules & Reg Review Committee to meet

The next meeting of the Rules and Regulations Review Committee will be Tuesday, January 10, at 2 p.m. in the Towne Center Conference Room. The committee will be reviewing the rules pertaining to Parks and Beaches, Equestrian Center and the Senior Center Parking sections. The meetings of this committee are open to the public for members to attend and provide input. For more information about the …

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ACC Agenda

January 19, 2012 IMPROVEMENTS 3718-100, 29074 Yosemite Pl. – Pool, water slide, retaining wall, concrete 3831-237, 30651 Champion Dr. – Patio cover LAKESIDE 3719-090, 22315 Canyon Lake Dr. S. – Gangway, dock VARIANCE 3829-024, 30849 Black Horse Dr. – 6-ft. fence…

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Planning and Compliance: Holiday decor should be taken down by January 15

The Planning and Compliance Department would like to take this opportunity to remind the membership of the Association’s Rules and Regulations regarding holiday decorations – specifically AG-Q, which state: Decorations for the end of the year holidays may be placed on the property no earlier than the fourth Thursday of November and must be removed no later than January 15 of the following cal…

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Member Memos

**Holiday hours** The POA administrative offices will be closed Monday, January 16, for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. The Country Club will still be open. **CFO Open House** Chief Financial Officer Christopher Mitchell will host an open house to answer questions about POA finances on Tuesday, January 24, at 2 p.m. in the Board Room. Members are welcome to attend. **Amnesty Program** B…

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Street Sweeping Schedule

Members and their guests play a part in ensuring streets are clean by not parking on the street for sweep day between the hours of 7 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Moving vehicles off a street scheduled for sweeping allows the sweeper to thoroughly clean the street from curb-to-curb. One parked car equals nearly three car-lengths of space that can’t be swept because the street sweeping equipment must lea…

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