News & Events

Hiring an LHA Office Coordinator

LHA is hiring an Office Coordinator. This part time position (10 hours / week) manages outreach communications to LHA members and assists with member requests. Responsibilities include: Update LHA members with relevant and timely information via the LHA website and newsletters.Support the HOA Administrator, Finance Manager, and Board of Directors by maintaining official documentation and member records as well as coordinating Neighbor Network... Read More

LHA Office Coordinator position open

LHA has an opening for an Office Coordinator. This part time position (10 hours / week) will manage communications to LHA members and assist in responding to member requests. Responsibilities of the position include: Update LHA members with relevant and timely information via the LHA website and newsletters. Support the HOA Administrator, Bookkeeper and Board of Directors by maintaining official documentation and member records as well as coordinating... Read More

Membership Committee + LHA CARES = LHA Neighbor Network

Q. What do you get when you combine LHA’s Membership Committee + LHA CARES? A. LHA Neighbor Network. Yes, the two are combining forces. Their efforts continue to be directed at furthering our neighborhood’s community interaction and communications. Social activities that help us meet each other (such as the ice cream social, mixers, movie night) complemented by enhanced neighborhood communications to facilitate being mindful of our immediate... Read More

2019 Directors announced

Lakeshore Homes Association’s 2019 Board of Directors was announced at the Annual Meeting November 14th. They are Ron Fenolio, Stacey Harper, Eddie Low, Chris Metcalfe, and Brian O’Malley. Ron and Stacey are new to the Board; Eddie, Brian and Chris are incumbents. At the January 16th Board meeting, the directors will choose which role each will hold. The positions are President, Treasurer, Secretary and 2 Vice Presidents. The latter 3... Read More

OAK 311 – report City infrastructure problems

From the Oakland city website: “The City of Oakland has launched OAK 311, a new service to make it easier for Oaklanders to report problems and request infrastructure maintenance. This new service is designed to make it easier than it’s ever been for residents to request the City’s help with issues including potholes in their streets, graffiti on their neighborhood public spaces, and piles of dumping left on their sidewalks. Oaklanders can... Read More