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Posted on: May 13, 2021

2021 Election Results

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Elected Board Directors

The Canyon Lake POA is pleased to announce the following candidates have been elected to the 2021/23 Board of Directors:

  • Timothy Cook
  • Brian Bock
  • Renee Griffiths

The final vote count in the order they are listed on the ballet is: 

  1. Brian Bock: 1,026 votes
  2. Timothy Cook: 1,156 votes
  3. Chris Poland: 549 votes
  4. Carl Gardner: 546 votes
  5. Bradley Foland: 482 votes
  6. Renee Griffiths: 1,010 votes

*Pending validation

Board Officers

The Board of Director Officers for 2021/22 are: 

  • President – Joe Kamashian
  • Vice President – Jim Barringham
  • Secretary – Brian Bock
  • Treasurer – Renee Griffiths
  • Director – Timothy Cook

Measure Votes Results

Ballot Measure #2: IRS Tax Measure

If approved, the Canyon Lake POA can apply excess income from the previous fiscal year to the following year’s assessments/operational budget.

Results: 1,467 in favor and 205 against. The majority voted in favor of this measure.


Ballot Measure #3: Board of Director Terms

If approved, the years for Board Director terms would double to four-year terms. The Canyon Lake POA would hold elections eve The Canyon Lake POA would hold elections every two years, rather than annually.

Results: 385 in favor and 1,320 against. The majority voted against this measure.


Ballot Measure #4: General Manager Designation

If approved, this measure would document and formalize the roles for the Board and General Manager that are currently in place. There would be no authority or compensation changes.

Results: 690 in favor and 957 against. The majority voted against this measure.


Ballot Measure #5: Capital Improvement Spending

If approved, this would permanently change Capital Improvement spending authority from $800,000 every two years to $1,000,000 every year.

Results: 546 in favor and 1,139 against. The majority voted against this measure.


Ballot Measure #6: Purchase Limitation

If approved, this would double the Bylaw limitation from $200,000 to $400,000 rent/lease/purchase because of inflation.

Results: 573 in favor and 1,098 against. The majority voted against this measure.


Ballot Measure #7: Capital Improvement Funding

If approved, this raises the ability to borrow money from 5% of the annual budget to 15% and would allow us to do our long-planned projects like solar carports and the development of Sierra Park North.

Results: 424 in favor and 1,213 against. The majority voted against this measure.


Ballot Measure #8: Sierra Park North

If approved, Sierra Park North Development can be completed under a single contract within one year.

Results: 956 in favor and 734 against. The majority voted in favor of this measure.

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