Director, Seat 1: Jim Fisher
Director, Seat 2: Juanita Palacious, Treasurer
Director, Seat 3: Open
Director, Seat 4: Avis Gibson, Recording Secretary
Director, Seat 5: Tammy Watson-Smith
Director, Seat 6: Bobby L. Smith, Historian
Director, Seat 7: Open
Director, Seat 8: John Gonzales, Vice President (VicePresident@bhehoa.org)
Director, Seat 9: Michael Nealy
Director, Seat 10: John Rollins, Parliamentarian (Parliamentarian@bhehoa.org)
Director, Seat 11: Lorraine Nealy
Director, Seat 12: Shirley Worrels
Director, Seat 14: Carolyn McQueen
Director, Seat 15: Teresa Humphrey, President (President@bhehoa.org)
Director, Seat 16: Open
The HOA mailing address is:
Baldwin Hills Estates HOA
P.O. Box 561403
Los Angeles, CA 90056,
Any of our directors can be contacted via email at , where the Xcorresponds to the seat number listed above.
Complete reports from previous elections can be viewed in the minutes section.
The monthly HOA Board meetings are held on the 1st Wednesday or each month at the Firehouse on Martin Luther King Blvd., unless otherwise posted.
The restated bylaws of the Baldwin Hills Estates Homeowners Association were approved at the general meeting held on April 23, 2016. Click here to download a copy of the bylaws.
There are 13 amendment proposals to the bylaws to be decided at the June 24, 2017 General Meeting. Please check them out at http://tinyurl.com/BHEHOA-2017-Proposals.
The BHE HOA board has begun creating policies and procedures to help it function more effectively and consistently. The ones approved so far can be viewed at http://tinyurl.com/BHEHOA-Procedures.
The HOA's previous CC&Rs, their cancellations and a presentation explaining why new CC&Rs are unlikely may be viewed at http://tinyurl.com/BHEHOACCR.
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