Voting is now open to elect two candidates to the KICA Board of Directors. Three candidates are running: David DeStefano, Brendan Magee and David Morley. You will receive your voting materials, with candidate biographies by email on Jan. 7, unless you previously requested a mailed ballot.
When you vote, make sure to assign the proxy to the board secretary to ensure quorum is met. This ensures that the annual meeting and certification of the election can be held without 51% of the membership physically attending the annual meeting. This proxy does not affect your vote in any way.
Visit kica.us/vote for information, candidate biographies and video interviews with the candidates.
At the Nov. 5 board of directors meeting, the 2019 proposed budget will be reviewed and voted on.
See the draft budget, as well as the meeting agenda, on the Board Meetings page.
All Kiawah Island Community Association (KICA) members are invited to join us for a Kiawah Community Conversation. These community engagement sessions provide an opportunity for the board to learn property owners’ perceptions of the current and future direction of the community, which will help guide the association’s strategic planning.
David McNair, president of The McNair Group, will facilitate these meetings, and you’ll have a chance to register your thoughts and perspectives in a ‘live response feedback’ that will establish priorities for discussion. We promise this will be engaging and informative. NOTE: please bring your smartphone to participate in live text voting.
Three community engagement sessions are scheduled, and spread over a period of months. The remaining session will be held in The Sandcastle ballroom on Thursday, Nov. 15 at 9 a.m.
Reservations are not required. We hope you will join us at one of these sessions and be a part of this ongoing conversation.
KICA COO Jimmy Bailey presented the 2018 budget for approval at the Nov. 6 board meeting. This presentation highlighted the variety of concerns and considerations taken into account during budget creation.
Hear Jimmy Bailey’s comments and explanations of the presentation by watching on the KICA YouTube Channel.