The agenda for October 17, 2023, includes reports from the Secretary and Treasurer, with financial status. The start of Membership Drive 2024, web report, and activities related to upcoming Annual Reception were discussed. Issues regarding property, neighborhood events, the establishment of new voluntary positions, reception photos, distressed properties, and holiday lights were debated. The next meeting is on November 21, 2023.
The South Shores Community Association held a Members Only Reception at the Elks Lodge, introduced board members and guests, and outlined next year’s agenda. Key objectives include growing membership, improving safety, and continuing partnerships with law enforcement. The year 2024 will focus more on child-friendly, family-oriented events. Accomplishments include neighborhood clean-ups, stop sign installations, and a successful appeal to younger neighbors.
The meeting led by Richard Scandaliato reviewed reports from the Secretary and Treasurer, set budget for 2023, and continued the membership drive. Web report and annual reception updates followed. Discussion involved ongoing and new business concerning property developer meetings, press attention to street vendors, email cost request, residents’ welcome program budgeting, and the upcoming meeting plans.
Dave will send instructions for a meeting led by Richard Scandaliato. New board member Terri Peirce will be introduced by Jerry Gaines. Lori Terzoli will report on financial status. Membership drive by Gordon Thomas continues. CyberWatch Q1 to be discussed by Bob Genest. The annual reception is led by Richard Welsh and Scandaliato. An ad-hoc meeting is requested by John Lang to discuss liability issues. The Lisa Jimenez memorial is planned and the next meeting is set for 05.16.2023.
The South Shores Community Association is holding its annual members meeting on March 21, 2023 at the Elks Club from 7-9pm. Residents can join or renew their membership at $20/year. Guests include LAPD Senior Lead Officer Melody Shortle, Glenn Acosta for Clearwater Project update, Councilman Tim McOsker, and Harbor District Deputy Jennifer La Marque.