Community Liaison Committee (CLC)
Welcome to the Community Liaison Committee of Little Falls Swim Club (LFSC). Through this page and the historical documents page, the board of the Club will communicate with the CLC and the Club’s neighbors and members, highlighting issues of community interest and directing interested neighbors to the Club’s webpages with more information as necessary. These pages will be updated as the CLC meets. Click here to view the historical documents. If you are not a member of the Club, and would like to serve on the CLC, we encourage you to contact Brian Herberger, the LFSC Board representative to the CLC.
Upcoming dates of interest: Please check the Club’s calendar on the website for updated information going forward as the dates/times may change over the summer. Dive meets and swim meets are already on the calendar along with Club social events and the holiday barbecues/picnics that have been scheduled so far.
History of the Community Liaison Committee: In the May 18, 2005 Board of Appeals’ opinion’s finding, Little Falls Swim Club (LFSC) was enjoined to do the following:
- LFSC shall establish a Community Liaison Committee (CLC) whose members shall consist of three to four representatives of the swim club, up to four representatives of the neighborhood, including one from each of the streets that is most heavily impacted, and the People’s Counsel for Montgomery County as an ex officio member. The CLC shall, at a minimum, meet once during the first or second week of May each year, and one each month during the months of June, July, August and September if requested by any member.
- Current members of the swim club board shall be permitted to serve on the committee only as swim club representatives, not as community representatives. Neighbors who are not members of the swim club have first priority for membership on the committee as community representatives.
Each year, Little Falls Swim Club has constituted a CLC to improve communications between the Club, membership and the neighbors in the adjoining community. To read historical documents relating to this committee, click here. This year, Brian Herberger serves as the LFSC Board representative to the Community Liaison Committee. Please contact him with any questions or concerns.