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2014 Annual Meeting

Guest speakers will be Jamie Brunner, from the Idaho DEQ and Laura Laumantia from the Coeur d’Alene Tribe, speaking on the Lake-A-Syst program. 




Guest speakers will be Jamie Brunner, from the Idaho DEQ and Laura Laumantia from the Coeur d’Alene Tribe, speaking on the Lake-A-Syst program. 

There will also be an update on what is happening with the County Planning Commission and new planning & zoning ordinances.  Consultant Rand Wichman will provide some background and the new head of the Community Development Department, David Callahan will speak at the meeting and provide the most current updates and new direction for the project.

Also being discussed will be the State Water Adjudication process.  Get information on how to protect your water rights.

No-host bar and complimentary hors d’oeuvres.  


                
CLPOA Mission      Board of Directors
What is now know as the Coeur d'Alene Lakeshore Property Owners Association was incorporated as the Coeur d'Alene Lake Property Owners and Taxpayers Protective Association, Inc. in Idaho in November of 1964.

1964 Purpose:

To form an association of owners of property in the waters and lands of Coeur d'Alene Lake drainage area in Idaho and to promote sound and progressive development of the waters of said lake, its tributaries and lakeshore property.

To encourage development of lake-shore property, installation of navigational aids and all other development that will improve the lake and enhance proprety values of contiguous property.

To promote all forms of water safety, safety education, safety rules and regualtions and the enforcement thereof.

To oppose descriminatory treatment of lake-shore or Coeur d'Alene Lake drainage area property owners by taxing or other public authority. Generally to take any and all action neemed advisable by the corporation to represent the common interests of the owners of property on Lake Coeur d'Alene and its drainages. 

In 2007 the following mission statement was publicized:

CLPOA is committed to preserving and promoting the environmental and recreational benefits for the use and enjoyment of Lake Coeur d'Alene. 

 

     President of the Board
     Greg Delavan - Walker's Bay

     Vice President
     Bruce Cyr - Stevens Point

     Treasurer
     Roy Newton - Everwell Bay

     Secretary
     Rick Carr - Silver Beach

     Cliff Anderson - Echo Bay
     
     Peg Carver - St. Joe River

     Gayne Clifford - Blue Creek Bay

     Jim Head - Turner Bay
 
    John Magnuson - Kidd Island Bay
    
     John MacPhee

     Skip Murphy - Casco Bay
    
     Jim Riley

     Rusty Sheppard - SRA Director
     Spokane River Association
    
     Peter Sutherland

     Mark Wagner - Harrison








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