Come join your community friends for a fun evening of tennis and refreshments! The evening will begin at Klahaya at 6 pm for doubles tennis games and fun – then the “party” will move to Innis Arden around 7:30 for Continue Reading
So the tradition continues… Neighbors catching up over amazing grilled salmon, side dishes and a wide variety of deserts. It was good to see everyone there.
The Snohomish County Hearing Examiner has denied BSRE Point Wells LLC’s (BSRE) request for an extension of the expiration date of its urban center development applications. The hearing examiner has also granted the Snohomish County Planning and Development Services Department’s Continue Reading
INNIS ARDEN BOARD MEETING MINUTES July 10, 2018 The meeting was called to order at 7:00 PM by President Easton Craft. Board members present: Dave Fosmire, Cindy Esselman, Maggie Taber, Jim McCulloch, Brian Branagan, Jeff Gough, and B.J. Oneal Continue Reading
Here are four B&R documents for you to review and comment before our August meeting when we will vote to approve them. Building Conditions Building Policy Home Owner Guidelines B&R By Laws Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to share Continue Reading
INNIS ARDEN BOARD MEETING MINUTES June 14, 2018 The meeting was called to order at 7:00 PM by Vice President (acting chair) Dave Fosmire. Board members present: Dave Fosmire (acting chair), Cindy Esselman, Maggie Taber, Jim McCulloch, Steve Johnston. Meetings Continue Reading
The May bulletin is available at http://www.mod.innisarden.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/2018-May-Innis-Arden-Bulletin.pdf.
The meeting was called to order at 7:00 PM by President Easton Craft. Board members present: Easton Craft, Cindy Esselman, B.J. Oneal, Jeff Gough, Maggie Taber, Dave Fosmire, Brian Branagan, Dave Fosmire, and Jim McCulloch. Meetings minutes from the April Continue Reading
Hi all, I can’t believe it’s almost the end of the school year again. That means it’s time to think about graduation announcements if you want to share it with your neighbors. Here are a few to start. Send me Continue Reading
Hi everyday, I’d like to apologize for the typo and formatting issues in the printed April 2018 bulletin. I sent a draft copy to the printer so that we can print a proof. Unfortunately, they printed and mailed them off Continue Reading