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Get Involved With One of KICA’s Task Forces
KICA’s board of directors approved charters for three newly-created task forces on Monday, July 12. Each of the task forces is intended to correspond to a section in KICA’s Strategic Plan, moving the association toward its overall goals while incorporating valuable insight from community members. All three task forces will also address areas identified in KICA’s 2021 member survey.
Each task force is looking for member volunteers to serve alongside community leaders and KICA staff. Below is an overview of each task force and a link to the volunteer application. The application will be open through July 28 at 5 p.m. All applications will be reviewed by the chair and/or co-chairs and recommendations will be made to the board of directors, which will select the members of the task forces.
KICA’s Newest Task Forces
AMENITIES TASK FORCE
The Amenities Task Force will consider the island’s overall competitiveness in amenities, both now and in the future. This task force will evaluate trends, opportunities and different approaches to achieving community objectives.
This group will be co-chaired by directors Dave Morley and David DeStefano. Staff representatives will be Director of Recreation Aaron James and KICA interim COO Shannon White. Up to eight members of the community will serve on this task force.
View the Amenities Task Force charter.
SANDCASTLE USER GROUP
The Sandcastle User Group will enable members to provide feedback and ideas on current offerings at the community’s member clubhouse, as well the overall “experience” and standards. Ten to 20 members will serve on this group, allowing for representation from a diverse cross-section of the island’s demographics. The group will be led by Director of Recreation Aaron James.
View the Sandcastle User Group charter.
SECURITY AND ENFORCEMENT TASK FORCE
The Security and Enforcement Task Force will focus on specific challenges for these broad categories, including collaboratively examining rules to maximize efficiency and eliminate role ambiguity among the island entities, and developing integrated enforcement strategies.
This task force will be co-chaired by directors Jerry McGee and David DeStefano. KICA staff representatives will include Director of Security Tony Elder and the Communications Department as needed, as well as representatives from the town and resort. Two or three members of the community will serve on this task force.
View the Security and Enforcement Task Force charter.
Apply to Serve
Complete this form to apply. The form will close to applications on Wednesday, July 28 at 5 p.m.