POA COMMITTEE CHAIRS FOR 2020-2021
The committee is responsible for review and recommendations of accounts, tax returns, operating and capital budgets and monthly and annually audited financial reports.
The purpose of the nominating committee is to seek eligible members for positions on the HSB POA Board of Directors by the following procedures. The committee is responsible for preparing information packets for future candidates, advertising in the Beacon (community newspaper) and emailing our members, gathering packets from the candidates, reviewing bio’s that are submitted to be included in the annual newsletter, reviewing eligibility of each candidate, counting votes and announcing winners at the annual meeting.
This committee is responsible for overseeing the Human Resources Policies of the organization including the Employee Handbook. Provides updates in accordance with new Federal and State Laws and Regulations and executes and oversees the employee performance rating system.
This committee is responsible for helping the General Manager efficiently and cost effectively maintain the value of the Association's current physical assets while developing plans for future projects to enhance member property values.
The committee not only oversees compliance with the organizations' founding documents but also reviews and assesses organizational documents, contracts, and agreements for appropriateness and for possible improvements. In addition, the committee analyzes risks and suggests mitigation methods.
The committee is responsible for coordinating the events that are sponsored by the HSB POA. These events include: 4th of July, Holiday Open House, Earth Day and any other event that the HSB POA might sponsor such as Business Alliance Coffee, Newcomers Coffee, and Candidate Forums for not only the City of HSB but also the HSB POA.
The committee has a broad range of responsibilities including: coordinating all communications from the POA Organization, writing reports, articles, and notes for publication, overseeing the webpage and other social media outlets and overseeing the organizations' information technology assets including audio and video. The committee is responsible for coordinating the planning for future non-routine maintenance and capital projects through an asset management plan. It also determines the need for future services and master plans for land use changes. In addition, it develops scopes, schedules, and budgets for projects and coordinates with stakeholders and the City's long range plan. The committee is also responsible for coordinating and publishing a Capital Improvement Plan with the Annual Budget.