Get involved, serve on a POA committee

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Residents have the opportunity to get involved in many aspects of the community by volunteering to serve on committees. Committee members meet together regularly to discuss areas of concern within their jurisdiction, researching possible solutions and making suggestions to the POA’s Board of Directors for changes and/or improvements. Many of the decisions made by the POA board and staff are a direct result of the committees’ research and recommendations.

Committee applications are available at the POA office and on the POA’s website at canyonlakepoa.com.

Committee members are appointed by the POA’s Board of Directors. Board members serve as liaisons on committees.

The following is a list of committees and the board member who serves as the liaison to the committee:

Appeals Committee: Phil Hawgood

The primary responsibility of the Appeals Committee is to review and evaluate member appeals for Community Patrol, Marine Patrol and member discipline related violations and to advise the POA’s Board of Directors of said violations.

Architectural Control Committee: Mike Harris

When building a house or making any repairs, alteration or additions to the exterior of your home or property, you must submit your plans to the POA’s Planning & Compliance department for approval. The Architectural Control Committee (ACC) then reviews and evaluates these applications at their weekly ACC Meeting on Thursdays. They ensure that proposed modifications to member’s lots are in accordance with the POA’s CC&Rs, Rules & Regulations and Governing Documents.

Dredge Committee: Dale Welty

The primary responsibility of the ad-hoc Dredge Committee is to advise and assist the POA’s Board of Directors in developing and administering an on-going program to remove sediment from the lake within the community.

Estates Committee: Dale Welty

The primary responsibility of this committee is to advise the POA’s Board of Directors on the current status and conditions existing in the Fairway Estates and Rancho Estates tracts and recommend any actions that should be addressed by the Board.

EVMWD Litigation Advisory Committee: All POA Board of Directors

The primary responsibility of the ad-hoc Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) Litigation Advisory Committee is to provide professional input, opinions and recommendations with respect to the litigation between the POA and EVMWD and the litigation’s effect on the real estate market.

Facilities Review Committee: Dale Welty

The Facilities Review Committee is the monitoring committee for all common area facilities and roads. Committee responsibilities include building maintenance, long-range planning, master planning, capital projects and continued facility management/maintenance. The common areas include the golf course and country club, equestrian center, baseball fields, campground, lodge, parks and beaches, pickleball courts, tennis courts, pool and senior center.

Fiesta Day Committee: Mike Harris

The primary responsibility of the ad-hoc Fiesta Day Committee is to advise and assist the POA’s Board of Directors in planning, coordination and staffing of the Fiesta Day event, which is held each year on the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend.

Finance Committee: Tom Nathan

The Finance Committee advises and assists the POA’s Board of Directors on the POA’s financial planning. In doing so, this committee reviews and makes recommendations on the preliminary annual budget, budget procedures, financial control and accountability; conducts an annual review of the POA’s insurance policies; makes recommendations for investments for funds set aside for special projects and reviews status of the CLPOA’s reserves funds.

Green Committee: Phil Hawgood

The primary responsibility of the Green Committee is to advise and assist the POA’s Board of Directors in developing and implementing preservation, enhancement and maintenance of the golf course in cooperation with the POA.

Recreation Committee: Jim Barringham

The primary responsibility of this committee is to advise and assist the POA’s Board of Directors on enhancement, preservation and related uses of designated recreational common areas within the community for the POA.

Rules & Regulations Review Committee: Mike Harris

The primary responsibility of the Rules & Regulations Review Committee is to provide advice and assistance to the POA’s Board of Directors in reviewing and revising the POA’s Rules & Regulations.

Security Advisory Committee: Mike Harris

The primary responsibility of this committee is to advise and recommend changes regarding member concerns, security procedures, security processes and enforcement issues. The committee will also recommend areas for security personnel to focus on due to current circumstances and problems within the community and recommend action that should be addressed by the POA’s Board of Directors.

Senior Work Group: Jim Barringham

The primary responsibility of this group is to advise the POA’s Board of Directors on new programs and concepts for use at the Canyon Lake Senior Center.

Tuesday Work Group: Tom Nathan

The Tuesday Work Group performs volunteer work that improves and beautifies the golf course and country club. This group also advises and assists the POA’s Board of Directors in developing programs that will encourage participation at the golf course.

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