Proxies and cumulative voting shift from Shareholders to Proxy Holders the discretion to determine who will be elected to the Board, but we can choose whether we want our voting decisions made for us by incumbents Frank Mezzatesta and Roger Whitlock or by challengers Steven Muro and Dave Stephenson. Here’s Continue reading Competing proxies for the August 16 meeting are in the mail. There is an important difference between them.
The Agenda and Board Packet for the next meeting have been posted. After the Shareholders’ Public Forum, the minutes of the May 25 and June 12 meetings will be considered. Minutes of the Annual Shareholders Meeting of April 22, 2021, are also on the Agenda, but those should be approved Continue reading Next Board meeting Friday, June 30 at 5:30.
Septic system problems are most often found by inspection in escrow, when a quick repair is very important. At present, a contractor can go to City Hall and get—over the counter—a permit to replace septic tanks and seepage pits. However, the 19 homes nearest Well #8 would be referred to Continue reading Neighbors of Well #8 needing to replace a seepage pit will have to wait many months for a permit and pay $1,727 or $6,953 annually to operate it.
The City is preparing for public comment a “Mitigated Negative Declaration” for the Well #8 permit application. This means the City’s consultant has found the project would have potentially significant environmental impacts. Noise is certainly one of them, and there may be others. However, if Crestview modifies its project to Continue reading Well #8 permit application moving toward a decision on environmental requirements.
Board candidate Katie Teague urges votes for herself, Dave Stephenson, Steven Muro, Ron Rieger, and “Your Favorite Incumbent” in the upcoming election. From her Next Door post today: I strongly recommend that the old board be replaced with the new candidates. It is time for a major change. We cannot Continue reading Katie Teague endorses all four challengers for Board seats.