The Board of Trustees is a nine-member board elected by property owners in the Association. The four residential subdivisions (Cores) are each represented by two Trustees and all other properties, including commercial properties, are represented by one Trustee, for a total of nine Trustees. Each Trustee serves for three years and all trustees are elected on a rolling basis with three terms coming due each year.
The Board meets the third Wednesday of each month and the fifth Wednesday in any given month that has five Wednesday's at 7:00pm in the Boardroom at the Kermet H. Applewhite Sports and Recreation Center, 16511 Diana Lane. Meetings are open to the public and all CLCCA residents are encouraged to attend.
Notice of the time and place of any regular or special board meeting is posted on the community bulletin board outside the offices of the Association at 1205 Ramada, and is also sent out via email to those residents who have registered on our website or the information can be accessed on the Board Meeting Agendas page.
Trustee elections are held annually in May in the boardroom at the Center. Notice of the Election is posted on the bulletin board outside the office, is emailed to residents registered on our website and is sent to the Bay Area News-Citizen for publication.
Elections are held in May. Winners are installed at the June Board Meeting. After the new members are seated, the board then elects officers for the new fiscal year.
Current Board of Trustees
Terry Canup — Oakbrook West
Terry is a native Houstonian, and has been the store manager for Pasadena Furniture Bargain Barn for the past 14 years. He has traveled throughout the country and the world in various professional capacities, having owned and run five separate companies. Terry has an extensive background in technology; including computers, television production, and photography, and is a published author and photographer. He has presented to live audiences, appeared on numerous television and radio shows, both domestic and international. Terry has worked on political marketing campaigns from local through national levels, and chaired the ethics committee for Olympic NGB. He represented the US as an official at the Olympic Games, and was a member of the Houston 2012 Olympic Bid Committee.
Mary "Lori "Alvarez" — Oakbrook
Lori and her family have lived in Oakbrook since 1996. After 20 years in banking and a degree in Interior Design, she found her passion in Real Estate. Along with assisting buyers and sellers, she is also the training manager for Century 21 Paramount. Lori and her husband are active in the running community. She currently serves on the committee for Running Alliance Sports (RAS) and assists with the area races supported by RAS. Lori is also a member of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo and a volunteer with their Tours Committee.
Glenda Stroud — Camino South
Glenda served as a CLCCA Camino South Trustee from June, 2008-June, 2014. For 4 terms (2010-2014) she served as Treasurer. On April 29, 2015, she was appointed to the Board to fill the vacancy for Camino South. She was again elected to the Board in 2017.
Glenda was born/ reared in rural, small-town West Texas. She sped through Abilene Christian University in 3 years, later taking graduate courses at Uof H. In 1968, she and her husband Carl moved into their new home in Camino South. Carl was a Systems Analyst [Bldg.30] for NASA. 1968 was also the first year CCISD placed 6th grade in its two Intermediate Schools [Seabrook and Webster]: it found Glenda teaching 6th grade Language Arts at Seabrook Intermediate as that was her favorite age level of instruction. Adding Social Studies to the Language Arts block made for an exciting curriculum, especially when two Soviet members of the Apollo/Soyuz Mission Team came to class.
Teaching took a backseat to volunteer school assignments and family care-giving responsibilities. The love of history and research merged into Glenda's compilation of genealogical trees while creating the necessity for many a'searching trips across the USA.
Carl took his Heavenly Journey 5 years ago. Their son and daughter-in-law also make their home in Clear Lake City. From a musical family, Glenda chose not to pursue a music career yet still enjoys her baby grand piano.
Glenda is a self-described Texas Honey Mesquite Tree: somewhat lacy, plenty of beans in rain or drought, roots that run deep, solid wood that is tough,.....and plenty of thorns to discourage any pesky varmints.
Leslie Eaton — Meadowgreen
Matthew Henehan, DDS — Commercial
Matt is a Clear Lake High School and University of Texas graduate. Upon completion of dental school, Matt lived in Colorado and in Germany while serving in the United States Army Dental Corps. After deployment during Operation Iraqi Freedom, he returned to Clear Lake and is now the owner of Clear Lake Modern Dentistry and Orthodontics. Matt is a huge sports fan and can be found on the weekends watching a Houston pro-team, or more likely, rooting on one of his children in their favorite sporting activities.
Thomas L. Linton— Oakbrook
Tom Linton, native of Galveston County – Grew up in Texas City. Taught at Texas A&M University: College Station & Galveston for 35 years and retired May 2017. Has written several books related to parks, cowboys & water management and is an avid supporter of public parks.
Linda Coblentz — Camino South
Open— Oakbrook West
Nef Trejo — Meadowgreen
Nef Trejo originally from the Midwest moved to Houston almost 10 years ago due to the huge downturn of the economy in 2009. Having a lot of family in Texas Nef decided to pack up and move South to Houston to provide for his family and continue his career and growth in Human Resources. Nef currently works as a Human Resources Professional in the Oil & Gas industry which he has been in working in for over 20 years. Nef has lived in the Meadowgreen Subdivision in Clear Lake for over 2 years now but has lived in Clear Lake for several years now. Since Nef has lived in Meadowgreen he has done a lot for the Community and continues to work on projects to make our Community a better place to live for everyone.
Officers: duties and responsibilities
- Chief executive officer and leader of the association
- Presides at all board meetings and serves on committees
- Executes legal documents on behalf of the association
- Represents the board before the residents
- Appointment responsibility for all committees
- Performs all of the duties of the president in his/her absence
- Typically shares some of the burden of the president regarding appearances, liaison, public hearings, etc.
- Sometimes assigned liaison responsibility to specific staff or contractors, and to specific committees
- Prepares the minutes for each board meeting
- Attests, by signature, to the legitimacy of certain documents
- Works with General Manager and committees to develop and submit annual operating budget for approval to the board
- Submits adequate records of all association financial transactions, roster of disbursements and financial reports to the board
- Arranges, subject to board approval, for an annual independent audit of the organization’s financial affairs and tax return preparation
- Advises and provides administrative, managerial, and operational counsel to the board
- Exhibits professionalism and loyalty to the principal (the Board) and the members (property owners)
- Exercises diligence in performing duties on the principals behalf
- Accounts for financial activities
- Performs property inspections and enforces deed restrictions
- Solicits and evaluates bids for association services
- Supervises maintenance activities and contractor performance
- Oversees and authorizes payment for primary association services
Perspectives of Board, Homeowner, and Manager:
Board of Director's Perspective
- Maintaining the value of the property and a good quality of life for the residential community
- Governing smoothly
- Enforces rules
- Establishing and keeping budget
- Most care a great deal about residences
- Will want service from manager and decisions from Board that will provide a good quality of life
- Problems may arise when expectations are too high or not realistic; this can occur when interests are too specialized or unique
- Working in balance with board, homeowner, and realities of management companies business(possible friction)
- Multi-task oriented