Gilford Islands Association By Laws
The Gilford Islands Association (GIA) By-laws were passed at the founding meeting on July20, 1991.
The Association was founded by concerned island advocates who were already advocating for Glendale issues and other issues that affect the quality of life on Lake Winnipesaukee. Every facility in Glendale, the docks, launch ramps, parking lots for vehicles and trailers, trash bins, recycle bins, bathrooms and patrol officers is a result of the actions of islanders and mainlanders in concert with the Town of Gilford. No other town around the lake has all of these features, the access and the benefits that are available at Glendale.
The founding members charged the organization with conserving and protecting island properties in the Town of Gilford, advocating for laws and regulations to protect the use and quality of water on the lake and further any activity which will be in the best interest of island property owners. An energized membership is important to maintaining the quality of our island life.
You can read the By-laws in their entirety by clicking here: By-Laws
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