Interlaken Neighborhood Association

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Interlaken Neighborhood Association

Officers, Board Members, Committee Chairmen 2004

Interlaken Neighborhood Association
Organized: August 2003
Meets various locations in neighborhood = Beymer Church, Interlaken Park, private homes
Quarterly Meetings
President: Bud Strang
1340 E Lake Cannon Dr
Vice-President: Jane West
1125 N Lake Howard Dr
Secretary: Cyndi Threlkeld
1324 E Lake Cannon Dr
Treasurer: Jack Watkins, Jr.
1700 S Lake Mirror Dr, NW
Committee Chairs
Beautification - Code Enforcement: Carole Miller
1009 N Lake Howard Dr
Crime Watch - Traffic: Carl Cheatham
824 Howard Ter
Historic - Park: Liz Murchison
1325 N Lake Howard Dr
Lakes: Squire & Punkin Smith
1327 Mirror Ter, NW
Newsletter: Rick Renardson
908 Perrin
Welcome - Social: Liz Craig
1220 Howard Ter
Wellness: Kristie Renardson
908 Perrin
Board: Rev. Bob Hornback
809 Howard Ter
Kelly Larrea
1300 E Lake Cannon Dr
Bob Gernert
1433 N Lake Howard Dr
Tom Lyons
1340 S Lake Mirror Dr
Carol Carter
1312 Lake Mirror Ter

INA general guidelines

What does a Neighborhood Association do?

Hears and addresses (where appropriate) concerns
Crime Watch
Apply for grant funds - signs, beautify parks
Initiate improvements
Standards and address substandard concerns
Code enforcement

We are neighbors who care for and about each other. We are proud of our neighborhood and we want to assure it remains a quality place to live and raise children.

Maintain or enhance

Seek first to resolve concerns within the community.

Where concerns cannot be resolved by the community we will ask for city assistance.

We will communicate positively and constructively with class befitting the neighborhood.

We expect neighbors in this area to show the pride and take care of their property (lawn and house) and if unusual circumstances exist we will assist neighbors in this endeavor.

We will recognize and show appreciation to neighbor who consistently assure their house and lawn are well maintained and set the example for the neighborhood.

We will have monthly meetings and neighbors will be notified by e-mail or post card.

We will have agendas for meetings and minutes will be kept.

Evaluate our performance.

The associations Performance
The Interlaken community's progress
We will seek to be a positive, effective Neighborhood Association and share our experience with other communities in the WH area seeking to form /or improve Neighborhood Associations.

We will watch out for each other and communicate with each other and the WH Police Department where necessary any unusual individuals in the neighborhood and any suspected/or actual acts of vandalism or lawlessness.

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