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SPECIAL East Shore Corp Membership Meeting via Zoom Platform will be held on December 2, 2020

Updated: Oct 30, 2020

This special ESC membership meeting will be held December 2nd solely via Zoom. It will begin at 5:00 PM. A Zoom invitation will be emailed to all East Shore Corp members on Tuesday, December 1st so it will not get lost in your emails. Please add a reminder to your calendar to check for the invitation on December 1st and if you can't find it, check your spam or junk emails, it will have come from Fritz Steck on the Winthrop email. If you still cannot locate it, contact Kathy Clark at eastshorecorp@gmail.com and she will send it to you specifically. If you believe that we do not have your correct, updated, email address on file please send it via this website or directly to eastshorecorp@gmail.com Your message needs to include your full name, the email address you wish us to use, and your Lake Maxinkuckee address.


The meeting will be for the following only: Consideration of Sale of Assets to East Shore Conservancy District and Return of some portion of 2019 and 2020 Member Assessments.


Materials for this special meeting will be hard-mailed to the ESC members of record as well as emailed to those ESC members we have emails of record for. The hard mailing will be sent October 28th, the email is expected to go out October 30th, 2020 to members of East Shore Corp. 10.28.2020 Site Administrator

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