The nominating Committee develops and maintains an on-going recruiting plan for Board of Directors nominees. It manages the annual elections by recruiting nominees and publishing ballots. Ballots are collected at the annual meeting. Ballots are then counted at the annual meeting for nominees as well as write-in candidates.
The chair of the Nominating Committee must be a board member, per our Bylaws, Article V, Section 1. The 2022 committee consists of:
- Frank Karnauskas, Chair
- Linda Jaworski
- Michael Katz
The Board of Directors is composed of nine unpaid, volunteer members. Three Board members are elected each year on a rotating basis. Any homeowner in good standing is eligible for Board membership. Persons interested in running for election must be nominated by the end of the October regular monthly Board meeting. If you are interested in running for election, please submit your name, contact information and a statement no longer than 500 words describing your background, views on neighborhood matters and/or reasons why you are running for election. If your application is approved by the nominating committee, your name will be added to the ballot and your statement will be included with the ballots that will be mailed to the homeowners later that month.
Complete details regarding Board membership and the nomination and election process are available by clicking on “FCHOA By-Laws” near the upper right corner of this page and reading Articles IV and V.
Also up for election each year is one of three FCHOA representatives to the Foothills Homeowners Master Association. The nomination process for this position is the same as for Board members.
Please submit your application via
- Email to:
- U.S. Mail to:
Foothills Clusters Homeowners Association
P.O. Box 64569
Tucson, AZ 85728
If you have questions or comments, please feel free to contact any member of the Nominating Committee directly or at Contact@FoothillsClusters.com