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Gentile, Price elected to LWA Board

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LAKE WILDWOOD ASSOCIATION
RESULTS OF 2017 BOARD ELECTION
July 28, 2017
To: Lake Wildwood Association Board of Directors
From: Inspectors of Election
Subject: 2017 Annual Election Results
Total number of valid ballots received as of July 28, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. was 1,297
Quorum of 695 ballots (25% of the 2,777 lots eligible to vote) was achieved.
There were 6 invalid ballots. Write-ins were not allowed.
Total votes received by each of the seven candidates:
Daniel Gentile 568 – Elected
Lucinda “Cyndi” Price 479 – Elected
Jeff Corbett 417
Mark Bailey 373
Betsy Ballard 335
Nathan Stayrook Hobbs 203
Andrew Hazelton 181

Respectfully submitted,
Ward Thompson
Election Committee Chair

The 2017/2018 Board of Directors Officers are as follows:

Board President, Jack Valentine
Vice President, Nita Edwards
Secretary, Bambi Flanigan
Treasurer, Robert Anderson

Directors: Danny Gentile, Fred Peterson, Cyndi Price, and Paul Towne

We would like to express our most sincere gratitude to Mike Rodriguez and Chuck Murphey for your many years of service to our community as members of the Board of Directors.

 

 

 

Please click HERE to visit the Lake Wildwood Association web site.


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