The Lake Highlands Area Improvement Association will be hosting a State of RISD meeting at 7pm on Monday, September 15, 2014, at the Highlands Christian Church. The meeting will be a panel discussion with Superintendent Dr. Kay Waggoner, RISD Trustees Adam Meierhofer and Justin Bono, and new LHHS Principal Frank Miller.
The panel discussion will cover RISD topics important to your family and neighborhood association. The meeting is open to all residents of LHAIA member organizations.
Highlands Christian Church
9949 McCree Road
Dallas, Texas 75238
Please submit your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org by September 10, 2014.
LHAIA looks ahead to an exciting year
Reprinted from an article, March 4, 2014 by Lake Highlands Today Staff .
We all know that there has never been a greater time to call Lake Highlands, Texas home.
A strong community consists of neighbors who are willing to get involved, and Lake Highlands has no shortage of those kinds of neighbors.
The Lake Highlands Area Improvement Association (LHAIA) is the umbrella group for Lake Highlands homeowner, crime watch and business groups, and has some amazing "Lake Highlands Summit Meetings" planned for this year.
With four of these summits scheduled, all with pertinent topics to Lake Highlands and all presenting impressive speakers, you'll want to add them to your calendar immediately.
The remaining 2014 LHAIA meetings are as follows:
• Monday, September 22nd at 7 p.m.: "RISD Update" with RISD administration – Dallas Children's Theater
• Monday, November 10th at 7 p.m.: "Economic Development" with key community leaders – Location TBD
"All of us at the Lake Highlands Area Improvement Association (LHAIA) are excited about the positive indicators that Lake Highlands has turned the corner and the entire area is rapidly improving," said Murray Morgan, vice president of the LHAIA.
"Development is coming back, home values are on the rise, old multi-family complexes are being redeveloped, and crime is way down."
"LHAIA is committed to expanding and nourishing positive change, and to keeping all the citizens of our area informed and educated of what is going on."
"The backbone of our community are the many Homeowner and Neighborhood Associations that have brought the successes we have seen. Their leadership and insight are invaluable."
To help with the difficult job of running an Association, LHAIA will be conducting workshops for HOA and NA presidents and their boards to help with everything from fund raising to legal matters.
"On top of all that, we plan to have a lot of fun," Morgan said.
"This is truly a great time to live in Lake Highlands! We’re looking forward to working together to keep Lake Highlands growing and thriving."