The Lakeshore Property Owners Association, Inc. came into existence on October 28, 1953, as a non-profit corporation formed to bring about the improvement, beautification, protection and maintenance of the Lakeshore Subdivision.
There are two types of memberships:
1. Owner Members – Such membership shall be limited to owners of real estate in the Lakeshore Subdivision, whether resident or non-resident. There shall be two classes of “owner members,” namely voting and non-voting. Only one person in each household may be a “voting owner member,” unless additional persons in that household are owners of other real estate in the Lakeshore Subdivision in their individual name. All other persons in the “voting owner” member’s household may become “non-voting owner members.” However, if a “voting owner member” is a non-resident of Lakeshore Subdivision, the individuals in his (or her) household are not eligible for membership.
2. Associate Members – Such membership shall be limited to residents in the Lakeshore Subdivision and/or lessees of business establishments in the Lakeshore Subdivision who are not owners. There shall be two classes of “associate members,” namely, voting and non-voting. Only one person in each household and/or business establishment may be a “voting associate member.” All other persons in a resident “voting associate member’s” household may become “non-voting associate members.” Employees or business associates of a lessee of a business establishment in the Lakeshore Subdivision are not eligible for membership unless, of course, they are owners or residents in their own right.
Persons falling within the above categories and desiring to assist furthering the aims and purposes of the Corporation shall become members of the Corporation upon making written application for membership and upon such application being approved by the Board of Directors.