GOVERNMENT GRF Board Meeting Agenda established for July 22
The following is the tentative agenda for the Golden Rain Foundation’s monthly board meeting scheduled July 22 at 10 a.m. in Clubhouse 4.
• Call to Order
• Pledge of Allegiance
• Announcements / Service Award Presentation
• Member Comments
• Roll Call
• Service Award Presentation
• Approve Minutes of the Regular Meeting of May 29, 2014
• Approve Minutes of the Special Meeting of June 3, 2014
• Approve Minutes of the Special Meeting of June 10, 2014
• Approve Minutes of the Regular Meeting of June 24, 2014
• Approve Minutes of the Special Meeting of July 7, 2014
• Amend Policy 1201, Photo ID Cards (FINAL VOTE)
• Amend Policy 1432, Liability Insurance – Caterers (FINAL
VOTE)
• Adopt Policy 1466, Exercise Room Rules, Limitations and
Etiquette, and Rescind Policies 1464 and 1464.1 (FINAL
VOTE)
• Adopt Policy 1468, Pool Rules, Limitations and Etiquette, and
Rescind Policy 1461 and Regulation 1462 (FINAL VOTE)
• Amend Policy 1801, Qualified Permanent Residents & Co-
Occupant Agreements (FINAL VOTE)
• Adopt Policy 1920.1, Traffic Rules and Regulations – Enforc-
ment (FINAL VOTE)
• Approve Document Scanning Project
• Approve Administration Building 2nd Floor Remodeling
Project
• Adopt Policy 2811, News Coverage of Candidates Running
for Public Office
• Amend Procedure 3323, Disposition of Surplus Equipment
and Rescind Addendums 3323.1 and 3323.2
• Amend Policy 5536.1, Guest Passes (TENTATIVE VOTE)
• Committee Chair Reports
• Controller’s Report
• Executive Director’s Report
• Board Member Comments
• Adjournment

Mutual Meetings
Monthly mutual meetings slated
Mutual 2
9:30 a.m., Thursday, July 17, Administration
Mutual 16
9:30 a.m., Monday, July 21, Administration
Mutual 15
1 p.m., Monday, July 21, Administration
Mutual 10
9 a.m., open forum; 9:15 a.m., meeting starts; Wednesday, July 23, Administration
Mutual 1
9:30 a.m., open forum; 9:45 a.m., meetings starts; Thursday, July 24, Administration
Mutual 12, special
9 a.m., Friday, July 25, Physical Property
Mutual 6
9:30 a.m., Friday, July 25, Administration
Mutual 8
1:30 p.m., Monday, July 28, Administration
Mutual 3, special
11 a.m., Tuesday, July 29, Physical Property
Mutuals 9 and 11 meetings are canceled.

Where We Live
Vice president discusses how to go about change
When shareholders envision how their community might be improved, any new idea may be welcome to some, and rejected by others. Under discussion will be why it is that some fear change— even if it might be for the good.
Join members of the Where We Live Club on Thursday, July 17, Clubhouse 3, Room 4, at 6:30 p.m. for the discussion.
Vice President Anne Walshe will discuss the stages of change and what it is that community leaders need to understand to overcome the fear of change so that progress, positive steps, can be made toward improvement. How do we measure the benefit of a proposed change to convince others that it’s a good idea?
Anne is a graduate of Columbia University with an MBA in healthcare administration from Mt. Sinai Medical School. She has more than 50 years of experience in making changes in the delivery of healthcare.
Anne Walshe asks: “Is our community culture one that is resistant to change? If so, what can we do about it?” At this meeting shareholders will discuss community changes wanted and how to make them happen and how they might benefit the community. “What are the objections? Is it possible to create consensus in any group, even on a Mutual Board or the GRF Board?”
To be added to the club’s notification list, send an email to: wherewelive@yahoo.com.
— Darnell Cook

LW Democratic Club
Tenor will entertain at fund-raiser
The annual fund-raiser dinner of the Leisure World Democratic Club will be held at 6 p.m., July 26, in Clubhouse 4 with a theme of “Americana.” The event will feature tenor Jerry Bartucciotto singing from his wide range of singing styles, including, Broadway hits, ballads, jazz and opera.
Jerry has sung in numerous performances in the Southern California area, including venues such as Renee and Henry Segerstrom Hall, Terrace Theatre and the Nokia Theater. He holds a degree in music performance and another in music education from Chapman University. He currently teaches voice at the Yamahari Academy of the Arts, as well as at his own studio.
His singing career continues with the San Diego Opera, the Pacific Opera Project and Meritage, a symphony choir which has sung in Carnegie Hall and toured internationally.
Tickets, $25, are on sale through July 21. The event will honor Dale Lieberfarb, the 2014 Democrat of the Year.
The keynote speaker will be Joe Dunn, former state senator, and current executive director of the State Bar of California.
The meal will feature barbecued chicken from Blake’s Restaurant.
For tickets and orders for vegetarian meals consisting of homemade vegetarian lasagne, contact Charlene Haws, 296-8722 or email charlhws@aol.com.

GRF
Executive session scheduled July 22
An Executive Session meeting of the GRF Board of Directors is scheduled for Tuesday, July 22, at 9 a.m. in the Clubhouse Four Art Room. The purpose of the meeting is to hear a legal update in Executive Session. The agenda is as follows:
• Call to Order
• Roll Call
• Legal Update
• Adjournment

West County Connector
Ramps close to realign with bridge
Construction activity on the Seal Beach Boulevard bridge continues as crews complete electrical work and striping on the new east half of the bridge, before it reopens to motorists on Saturday morning, July 26.
Crews plan to begin work to realign/reconstruct portions of the existing I-405 on-ramps and off-ramps, which will require an extended closure.
The northbound I-405 on-ramp on Seal Beach Boulevard will be closed for approximately two months, beginning Friday night, July 25. Crews must reconstruct and realign the on-ramp and install the permanent electrical equipment to tie-in with the new east half of the Seal Beach Boulevard bridge.
The southbound I-405 off-ramp on Seal Beach Boulevard will be closed for 12 hours on a weekend night in August.
Nightly closures are scheduled through Saturday, July 19, that include portions of the SR-22, I-605, I-405 freeways, as well as Seal Beach Boulevard and Old Ranch Parkway.