Mike Weigand is our 2017-18 NHLHA president
You can contact him at 805-750-9941
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North Henry’s Lake
Homeowners Association, Inc.
Island Park, Idaho
THIS PROPOSED CHANGE TO BY-LAWS PASSED....SEE
PRESIDENT'S LETTER 2017
Proposed Change to the
The Board of Directors of NHLHA has received a petition signed by more
than 25% of Owners for a Change in the By-Laws.
Article XIV, Section 1. Power of Members
of the By-Laws states that a proposed amendment must be presented to the
membership and a written ballot sent to the membership for its vote.
Members will have 45 days of the mailing of the ballot to return
After this time
period the Board will set a date for the ballots to be opened and
counted in the presence of three members of the association.
The proposed amendment will be adopted if a majority of members
vote in favor of it.
This proposal is to amend the definition of
"Lot" in the By-Laws Article II, Section 4.
definition, as amended in 2013, states:
Lot shall mean and refer to any residential lot shown on the original
plat except for any subsequent plat of Block 2, 3, 4, & 5 of Division
One of Henry's Lake Lodge Subdivision recorded in the office of the
County Recorder by Fremont County, Idaho. Any previously separated lots
that have been legally amended and replatted as a single Lot in Block,
2, 3, 4, & 5 of Division One, by plat recorded in the office of the
County Recorder of Fremont County, shall be considered a single lot for
purposes of these By-Laws
proposed amendment to the By-Laws Article II, Section 4 is:
“LOT” shall mean and refer to any residential plot of land,
excluding any common area, shown upon any recorded subdivision map of
Henry’s Lake Lodge Subdivision, recorded in the office of the County
Recorder of Fremont County, Idaho.
Any previously separated lots that have been legally amended and
replatted as a single lot, by plat recorded in the office of the County
Recorder of Fremont County, shall be considered a single lot for
purposes of these By-Laws.
If approved, this amendment to the By-Laws will recognize
"consolidated" or replatted lots and thereby reduce the number of lots
in the subdivision by about 14%. The aim in doing so is to create a
more equitable HOA dues and votes across homeowners; however, in
doing so, the reduction in the number of lots will cause an increase in
the amount of annual assessments by approximately $30.00 per lot, based
on the 2017-18 assessment amount of $176.00.
Also, this amendment will reduce the number of votes of
owners of multiple lots which have been consolidated or replatted.
Example: An owner of two original lots which have been
consolidated has two votes, but with passage of this amendment will have
one vote. (One lot – one vote)
To help convey
the impact of this action, here’s an approximation of what it would look
like given this year’s numbers.
Current Definition of Lot
Proposed Definition of
1 lot, 1 vote,
$176 HOA due
1 lot, 1 vote, $206 HOA
3 originally platted lots
legally consolidated into 1 lot by the county, 3 votes, $528 HOA
1 lot, 1 vote, $206 HOA
Enclosed with this letter is your ballot and a return envelope.
After you have read and considered this amendment please mark
your ballot and return it in the pre-addressed envelope.
Ballots must be returned, or post marked, by September 24, 2017.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact me or any Board member.
Michael J. Weigand