2022 BHCA Board of Directors Elections
BHCA Annual General Membership Meeting
Saturday, July 23, 2022 at 10:00am
Bay Ridge Christian Church (1071 Bay Ridge Road)
What BHCA positions are open? How long are the terms?
According to the BHCA Bylaws, three positions on the Bay Highlands Civic Association (BHCA) Board of Directors are up for election in 2022. Those positions are President, Secretary, and one Member-at-Large. All elected directors will serve a two year term.
Who is eligible to serve on the BHCA Board of Directors?
Anyone whose name appears as a Bay Highlands property owner on State of Maryland records is considered a member of Bay Highlands Civic Association and is eligible to serve on the board. Members who maintain their principle residence in Bay Highlands are eligible to be officers. Members-at-Large may maintain their principle residence outside Bay Highlands. (Property records determine principle residence.)
How do I submit a nomination? When is the nomination deadline?
Early nominations were due June 12th. If there are no nominations submitted for a position prior to the BHCA Annual General Membership Meeting, nominations can be accepted from the floor the day of the election.
Who is eligible to vote? How will ballots be submitted this year?
Election ballots will be mailed to all property owners at the end of June. Ballots may be submitted at the Annual General Membership Meeting on July 23, 2021. If you are unable to attend the meeting in person, please submit your election ballot to 3241 Washington Avenue on or before Friday, July 22, 2022.
If you have any other questions, please refer to Articles VI and VII of the BHCA Bylaws (2021) or email the BHCA Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current BHCA President.
Members-at-Large (1 open position)
Currently serves on the BHCA as Member-at-Large and Parks & Recreation Committee Chair.
I have been a BH resident at 1179 Bay Highlands since 2003 and have seen the neighborhood evolve and grow during those 19 years.
I have board experience being a member of the UMBC Advisory Board, and on my companies' Lean Six Sigma review board.
I have deep community roots here in Annapolis; I am a volunteer soccer coach, have been a Pets-on-Wheels volunteer, and a restoration and docent volunteer for the Maritime Museum of Annapolis.
I'm interested and happy to pitch in to keep our neighborhood safe, clean, and environmentally in-balance.
Nominations will be accepted at the floor of the Annual General Membership Meeting.