Our regular monthly meeting to discuss how to make Toluca Lake a safe and great place to live is usually held in a stuffy conference room. But, our President, Richard Bogy, treated to meeting at Lakeside Country Club which was a really nice change of pace.
Toluca Lake Home Owners Association Board of Directors, June 2017
(clockwise around the table) Richard Bogy (President), Janice Eaton (Secretary),
Sol Ajalat, Dianna Buck, Steve Hampar (V.P.), Beth Eras, Jeanie Hatch,
Larry Singer, Pam Scharlach, Bob Wexler, Kari Negri (Treasurer).
Not pictured: Reyn Blight, Susanne Hayes, Ryan Kugler.
Protecting and Preserving Toluca Lake
`it takes a village…
The Toluca Lake Homeowner’s Association is committed to preserving a gracious, tranquil, family-friendly, safe and high standard of life for all residents of Toluca Lake. We are dedicated to protecting the unique character and “village” atmosphere that have distinguished our wonderful community since 1923. While we certainly support the continued growth and vitality of our local economy, we oppose any zone changes, variances or other similar actions that might undermine the integrity and livability of Toluca Lake and negatively impact our neighborhood.
To this end, the TLHOA is working in concert with our sister organizations (Toluca Lake Chamber of Commerce, Greater Toluca Lake Neighborhood Council), City officials, developers, architects, property owners, and other key stakeholders to ensure that our members have a voice in shaping the projects that affect the well-being of our neighborhood and that of Toluca Village.
Our collective efforts, however, are just part of the picture. As residents of Toluca Lake, your personal focus, commitment and involvement are critical in helping us safeguard our community.
By staying informed and engaged regarding any proposed local development, you can help us preseve and maintain the quality and character of life enjoyed by the people who live and work in our great community.