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An Overview of the October 2022 Board of Directors Meeting
The Kiawah Island Community Association Board of Directors met on Wednesday, Oct. 12 for their monthly discussion of important community topics and to hear input from community members. Just under 30 community members attended, online or in person at Beachwalker Center.
UPCOMING 2023 BOARD OF DIRECTORS ELECTION
KICA board chair Jerry McGee started off the meeting by reminding members that we are coming into election season. One seat on the KICA board will open in March 2023, as secretary Brad McIlvain completes his term. More information will be provided soon on how to run for the open seat.
HURRICANE STORM PREP
In her COO report, Shannon White shared an explanation of how the association prepares Kiawah Island for a hurricane and pivots strategies based on an always evolving forecast. Listen to her quick overview here.
SANDCASTLE ACCESS RECOMMENDATIONS PRESENTED: COMMUNITY INPUT REQUESTED
The Sandcastle User Group, a group of 17 community members of all demographics who use The Sandcastle’s amenities, has spent the last year in discussion about how to reduce overcrowding, make access for family and guests more fairly equitable for members with large families or no families, and simplify access policies, among other things. The group has unanimously put forth six recommendations for the community and board to consider this fall, with an anticipated board vote this winter. Watch this important presentation and hear the recommendations or read through the recommendations on your own.
MORE FROM THE BOARD MEETING
- Q3 Traffic Calming Report PDF | Video
- Q3 Financial Investments Report
- Cook Street Consulting was approved as KICA’s new investment advisor.
- A vote on a by-law change regarding background checks for board members and board candidates was deferred.