APOA

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P2080602The Apex Property Owners Association (APOA) is a non-profit organization whose members are comprised of owners of property in the Apex community. The APOA exists to represent the interest of property owners on a diversity of topics and issues in relation to government agencies, Apex Mountain Resort and various other parties. APOA strives to support the sustainability of the resort community and the environmental resources of the Apex area.

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  • AGM AND SOCIAL
    The APOA is in dire need of people to serve on the Board this coming season. Losing 3 Board members, 4 staying but a couple of more sure would help. Those that are leaving have served 16, 9 and 5 yrs. and time for them to move to

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  • APOA BOARD MEETING— JAN. 17TH., 2 P.M.

     

    1. CALL TO ORDER
    2. Review minutes of last meeting Oct. 15th., 2015—corrections as needed
    3. Skype call with Jeff Brown in Maryland
      1. Forestry update—Jeff Brown:
        1. current logging situation at Apex
        2. future logging at Apex
        3. forestry conference feedback
        4. next forestry conference
        5. APOA forestry committee’s future re: who is on it, modus operandi
      2. APOA as an organization—general discussion—Julia Valenti:
        1. Apex Matters article backlash:
          1. are

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  • November Newsletter

    Almost Winter Greetings to You All–

    Since the APOA AGM in March, your Board has had spring, summer and fall Board meetings dealing with challenges that affect our Apex lifestyle and finding solutions to those challenges. A winter meeting is planned early in the new year then one more before

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  • ELECTORAL AREA “D” GOVERNANCE STUDY COMMITTEE INFORMATION RELEASE

    Area D Governance Study LogoThe Electoral Area “D” Governance Study Committee met with Leftside Partners, the consultants who the committee has retained to conduct the Electoral Area “D” Governance Study.

    In an effort to understand the diversity of the Electoral Area and the

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  • Conference: Forestry in BC’s Recreation Areas

    APOA is hosting a one-day conference in Kelowna on Saturday November 7, 2015.  BC’s outdoor recreation associations and clubs, as well as property owner associations in recreation-oriented communities, are invited to send one or more representatives able to speak for their membership.   The conference will discuss the impact

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  • June 3rd Agenda

    Executive Meeting Wed. June 3rd. 3:30 127 Ellis St.

    1. Call to Order and additions to agenda, if any
    2. Review of Apr. 16th. Board Meeting minutes
    3. Review of AGM Mar. 21st. Meeting minutes
    4. Argo-Phyllis Matthews
    5. Treasurer Report—Barry Leigh
    6. Membership Report—Barry Leigh or Darlene Maven
    7. Facebook Page—Jenny Albrechtson
    8. Continue discussion of Website page—All
    9. Report from Andrew Alliin—RDOS Rep—Julia Valenti
    10. Trash Bash—Diane

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