For those who were unable to attend the presentation given by Chris Allison and Wayne Poyer at the Reynolds Fire Hall on Saturday 5/20/06, we wanted to provide a little taste of what you missed.
1. Chris, why let Miller & Smith vote the Trust lots when the owner of these lots is not a member and is not paying dues?
FYI: This was not clearly disclosed to members, especially when one considers that Chris Allison and the Board expressed exactly the opposite position last spring. This seems to put the interest of a non-dues paying entity which is not even a member for those lots ahead of the interests of dues paying members whose interests the Board has a fiduciary responsibility to protect.
2. Chris, why is the 6/10/06 vote on the new declaration at large instead of section-by-section?
FYI: Section 6A has 259 lots, and none of them are owned by Miller & Smith. Chris Allison and the Board’s decision to vote on the declaration at large, instead of section-by-section, means that non-owners will be voting to amend another owner’s declaration. Combining at large voting with allowing Miller & Smith to vote over 700 non-dues paying lots means that voters in every section will be swamped! In Section 4B, there are only 16 lots. How will these lot owners have any chance of a fair election?