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Meeting Notice: RMIA Annual Meeting Monday October 9th 7pm The annual meeting of the Ravenswood Manor Improvement Association will be held at 7 p.m., on Monday, October 9th, in a second-floor meeting room in the Horner Park Field House. This will mark RMIA’s 103rd annual meeting, following its founding in September 1914. In addition to annual elections for RMIA board members, guest speaker Richard “Dick” Lanyon will discuss the history of public improvements involving the North Shore Channel, which forms the eastern boundary of Ravenswood Manor. RMIA members will vote on candidates for a two-year term on the RMIA Board of Directors. The slate of candidates, which was submitted by the RMIA’s Nominating Committee, includes: Current Board Members: Athene Carras, Alan Mueller, Jim Peters, Joe Valentin, and Victoria Wiedel. New Board Members: Harmeen Ahuja/Leigh Chethik, Brinda Gupta, Mina Makien, and Lisa Washburn. Also up for reelection, to serve one-year terms, are the following officers: President: Athene Carras; Vice President: Jim Peters; Secretary: Kathy Monk; and Treasurer: Suzy Thomas. Thanks to the members of the Nominating Committee: Cristina Chavez, Alan Mueller, Jennifer Payne, Jim Peters, and Julia Smith. ... See MoreSee Less
The Ravenswood Manor Improvement Association (RMIA) is a nonprofit neighborhood organization, whose purpose, based on its charter, is to promote the welfare of the community in respect to the maintenance and improvement of the physical appearance of the private and public property; the compliance with the laws as applicable to private and public property; the maintenance of facilities with respect to the safety, health and welfare of its residents.