LNA Board Positions open in September 2019


Chair – 2-year term

Vice-Chair – 1-year term 

Secretary – 1-year term

Treasurer – 1-year term

Land Use Chair – 2-year term

Transportation Chair – 1-year term

At Large seats – three 1-year terms; two 2-year terms

 
Chair: The Chair is the President of the Lents Neighborhood Association. They preside at all board meetings and all membership meetings and perform such duties as the Board and the membership from time to time authorizes. The Chair represents the position of the Board and the interests of the LNA. The Chair may also share certain duties with the Vice Chair with approval of the Board. This position is up for election in odd‐numbered years. ~10hrs/mo

Vice Chair: The Vice Chair performs the duties of the Chair in their absence and as authorized by the bylaws or regulations of the Board. This position is up for election in even‐numbered years.

Secretary: The Secretary records and maintains minutes of membership and board meetings, assists the Chair with correspondence, and maintains the non‐financial files of the LNA. This position is up for election in even‐numbered years.


Treasurer: The Treasurer is in charge of all funds belonging to the LNA and receives, deposits and disburses funds for the LNA in a bank or financial institution in such manner as designated by the Board. The Treasurer makes financial reports as directed by the Board. This position shall be up for election in even‐numbered years.

Land Use Chair: The Land Use Chair represents the Land Use Committee on the Board, is responsible for all land use issues, and acts as the LNA’s representative in the community on land use issues. The Land Use Committee is a standing committee, and has the authority to make determinations on land use decisions on behalf of the LNA. This position is up for election in odd‐numbered years.

Transportation Chair: The Transportation Chair represents the Transportation Committee on the Board, is responsible for all transportation issues, and acts as the LNA’s representative in the community on transportation issues. This position is up for election in odd‐numbered years.
Time commitment: Minimum 8 board meetings (2nd Thursday, 6:30-8 PM) and 6 general membership meetings (4th Tuesday, 7-8:30 PM) per year + 1-2 hours per month for email correspondence, committees, special events, setting up for general membership meetings, etc..