Four seats open on the North Lake Tahoe Resort Association board of directors
Pettit Gilwee Public Relations
Special to the Sun
TAHOE CITY and#8212; Each November, members of the North Lake Tahoe Resort Association (NLTRA) elect and/or reelect members of the board of directors.
This year, there are four open seats, including large lodging, restaurant, retail and ski area. All are three-year terms, except the ski seat, which is the remaining two years of a three-year term. The filing deadline for interested candidates is Tuesday, Nov. 10.
Nine of the 11 seats on the NLTRA Board of Directors represent a category of Chamber/NLTRA membership. Those interested in running for a seat must be an owner or manager of an active member in good standing or the designated representative of that member, of the membership category that he/she represents. According to the organizationand#8217;s bylaws, one business may not hold more than one board seat at a time, regardless of the number of membership categories for which that member may qualify.
For election purposes, consistent with the bylaws, a qualified board candidate must be from a business, which has a primary office or location within the Placer County portion of the North Lake Tahoe membership area. The business must also have a Placer County Business License.
The large lodging seat is open to any single hotel property with more than 100 rooms, and the restaurant seat is open to any business selling restaurant/food and beverage services. The retail seat is available to any business selling retail items, and the ski seat is open to any company doing business as a downhill ski, snowboard, cross-country ski or similar snow sport.
Ballots will be mailed by Thursday, Nov. 12, and are due to the CPA office of McClintock Accountancy Corporation by no later than Tuesday, Dec. 1. The results will be announced Wednesday, Dec. 2 at the NLTRA Board of Directors meeting.
For more information about the election or to file for nomination of a board seat, call Kym Fabel, North Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce manager, at 581-8764 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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