The Lordship Improvement Association
Preserving our beautiful waterfront community for you ...
The Lordship Improvement Association Inc. (LIA) is an all volunteer, non-profit private foundation under Connecticut State Law whose mission is to enhance and preserve the distinctive character and natural beauty of the Lordship waterfront community - for all of us who live here.
It is guided by a Board of Governors (six members, each elected to a three-year term) and committees that accomplish the LIA's many projects - aided by volunteers from the general membership and Lordship community. See BYLAWS / OUR MISSION
BOARD OF GOVERNORS
The Board of Governors meets regularly to plan and carry out projects to maintain and improve Lordship's beauty, safety and the environment. The Board also ensures the LIA's financial health, and its many additional tasks include grant-seeking and fundraising projects, and partnering with other organizations on projects.
Current members of the Board of Governors are:
President: Jim Warren (pictured) (see bio)
Associate President: Kevin Regan (see photo and bio)
Secretary: Hans Drenkard (see photo and bio)
Treasurer: Susan Birge (see photo and bio)
Burgess: Dennis Tomsheck
Historian: Tom Halverson (see photo and bio)
The LIA's committees are ...
Beautification & Parks
For the beauty of it all. Chaired by Kevin Regan (pictured),
this committee oversees the maintenance of Lordship's eight
gardens, plus other projects to preserve and beautify the
community. See YOUR PARKS tab for more about each
park and committee members. See NEWS tab for projects.
Contact Kevin Regan: firstname.lastname@example.org
Environment & Education
In the know. Chaired by Christine Griffin (pictured), this
committee enlightens us about the natural wonders of
Lordship and conducts projects to preserve and enhance
our environment. See ENVIRONMENT tab for more about
this committee and members. See NEWS tab for projects.
Contact Christine Griffin: 203-378-3537
Communications & Publicity
Stay informed. Chaired by John Florian (pictured), this
committee maintains the LIA website (www.LordshipCT.org)
and publicizes the LIA and its activities with the help of
contributions from LIA members. LIA Board member and
Historian Tom Halverson maintains the LIA's Facebook page.
Contact John Florian: email@example.com