Shoreline Restoration Project Update
The Board has run into some setbacks with the permitting process and has been researching available options to obtain the necessary permits. In addition, due to the voluntary nature of the Board and some current and anticipated future turnover in board seats, we have engaged the services of Stell Environmental to act as project managers for the permitting process in order to maintain consistency with the regulatory agencies and to help us move this project forward faster. The funds from the Shoreline Remediation Assessment are being kept in a separate bank account to be used for this project
The LPPCC Board
On August 22nd, 1924, The Civic Club of Lake Forest Park was incorporated for the purposes of “First, to cultivate a more friendly feeling and a better understanding among the residents of Lake Forest Park and vicinity. Second, to develop a community spirit and promote the welfare and betterment of the people of this vicinity. Third, to acquire and hold property, to construct buildings to house its meetings and other community purposes and do such other acts as may be necessary to carry out the purposes of this organization.”
As a Board we serve the community by maintaining grounds and facilities for members to use while enjoying time on the shores of Lake Washington. The Clubhouse is available to rent to both members and non-members.
The Club is a Social Welfare Organization in the state of Washington. Our EIN is 91-0833123 and we are registered with the IRS as a 501(c)4 organization.
Each member of the Board of Directors serves a two-year term. The Board meets the third Tuesday of each month at 7:30 pm in the Clubhouse. Members are invited and encouraged to attend meetings.
The Club provides a family-friendly and inclusive environment for members and their guests. Please visit our membership and frequently asked questions (FAQ’s) tabs for membership details or if you have questions about the Club.
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