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Posted for Annie McGovern by Moderator:
Word on the street is that another Rancho Viejo South board member, this time Jim Bailey, has resigned from the board. No eblast has been sent by the RVS board or Community Manager, at least I have not received one, notifying residents of this event. This makes three this term. When Eric Sanders resigned, the board appointed Carol Thompson, a direct slap in the face to residents who obviously voted otherwise during the election. When Barbara Boyd resigned, no action was taken, even though Marcia Kaplan had the next highest votes in the election. Why the double standard? Am I correct that according to Roberts’ Rules of Order, though not mandated, the person with the highest number of votes in the previous election should be the next to fill a vacancy? And does anyone know why Jim Bailey’s resignation is all so hush-hush? My understanding is that he resigned more than a week ago – and we’re sorry to see you go, Jim.
Annie McGovern and her granddaughter were playing Pokemon Go on Tuesday and captured more than they bargained for! Caught on photo by our intrepid adventurers was the Bobcat everyone keeps talking about. See those black markings and big, bushy tail? It’s taller than the average feline, compared to the upright on the gate.
I am attaching a copy of a county ordinance that was adopted in May, requiring trash haulers to also pick up curbside recycling. Initial information from our vendor is this may increase our solid waste fee by 50 percent, from $49.50 per quarter per home to $74.25.
Our third annual FirewiseUSA Community Day, held Saturday, May 7th, was a resounding success with 79 volunteers signed in. This included seven ATC students/parents and 3 three from Amy Biehl. Twenty-two student posters from the Amy Biehl project were displayed and Judy Reinhartz, a North resident, who wrote a “Firewise Curriculum To Spark Interest” (piloted at Amy Biehl this year) talked for three hours with visitors to the exhibit. Thanks, Judy! State police, La Cienega firefighters, landscapers, residents, and HOA representatives all volunteered for this expanding community effort. Thanks so much, everyone! Together we are creating a firesafe community.
Posted for: Anne McGovern
Request or Comment: Congratulations to Teri Buhl, Windmill IV resident, for being elected the 2016 President of the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association, a branch of the National Association of Home Builders! This is a huge honor, and it’s wonderful that Teri’s many skills have been so publicly acknowledged.
All HOAs have a committee that reviews home improvement projects to make sure they are within the guidelines of the community. The Stubbs family apparently went through the approval process in Huning Ranch, but 6 years later, they’ve been fined by HOAMCO and are being told to tear down their cabana.
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