GNA Officer Nominations
A number of positions have been held over from previous years. Those positions, as well as
others, need new volunteers to fill them.
From current, outgoing president, Tommy Daniels:
The GNA provides vital services to our residents and occasional important coordination with city
officials. Holding office or managing a committee doesn't require much time and is the best
investment one can make in keeping Gordonston a great place to live. We especially need fresh
ideas and energy from our younger residents.
Elections will be held at 5 p.m. on December 12 at the park cottage, just prior to the holiday
party. Please consider running or volunteering for the following: President, Vice President,
Treasurer, Cottage Rentals, Membership, Newsletter Distribution, or GNA Email List.
Duties of the GNA Executive Board
PRESIDENT: Responsible for the operations of the Association to include maintenance of
standing committees; formation and dissolution as needed of ad hoc committees; election of
officers every two years; GNA e-mail service.
VICE PRESIDENT: Serves as meeting parliamentarian and other functions as needed. In the
absence of the president performs those duties.
RECORDING SECRETARY: Primarily takes and publishes meeting minutes. Though infrequent, is
also responsible for Association correspondence.
TREASURER: Receives and disperses funds as required by the operations of the Association;
maintains financial records; provides monthly financial reports at membership meetings.
Duties of GNA Standing Committees
MEMBERSHIP: Services the GNA P.O. Box and ensures fee is paid; manages membership
records; accepts membership dues and conveys to Treasurer; contacts and welcomes new
NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH: Coordinates crime prevention activities and neighbor crime
reporting; liaises with police precinct; maintains records of crime incidents.
NEWSLETTER DISTRIBUTION: Maintains and coordinates the Association newsletter delivery
routes for all Gordonston households.
COTTAGE RENTALS: Maintains rental schedule and records for the cottage; controls keys;
meets and briefs tenants on the rental contract; collects rental deposits and fees; ensures
cottage cleanliness to include inspecting it after each rental; conveys fees and any forfeited
deposits to Treasurer.