Concerned Homeowners’ Meeting
At the last meeting on February 20
, homeowners shared their concerns and reported on the progress
of the petition to remove Jeanine Fleetwood from the board. A group of homeowners volunteered to
explore possibilities for Jeanine’s replacement. Because the bylaws describe the official process for
nominating and replacing board members, the group knew they did not have decision-making authority,
but still felt was important to help determine who in the community would be interested in serving on
Eight names homeowners appear interested in filling until the official election in October. The group
asked Andy Alesii to reach out to the other board members and establish a committee that meets the
requirements of the bylaws since there are numerous candidates to take Jeanine’s place. The bylaws
state that the at least 50 percent of the members of the nominating committee must be board
members. Other places can be filled by homeowners. This group will provide the list created at this
meeting if needed or asked. According to the bylaws, the board will appoint board members to fill
openings creating between elections.
The group discussed several actions we could take as homeowners to prepare for the upcoming special
1. Raising Awareness of the Special Meeting—to ensure that all the homeowners are aware of the
date and the purpose for the meeting the group suggested that a team of homeowners be asked
to reach out to ALL homeowners. This group would also remind homeowners who are unable to
attend the meeting about their right to use proxies. Though the following homeowners have not
been contacted at the time these notes were prepared, those attending this meeting
recommended the following homeowners to help with this task: Victoria, Mac, Valerie, and Jose.
However, other homeowners are welcome to help out.
2. Preparing for the Special Meeting—to ensure that issues related to the special meeting and
Jeanine’s removal are anticipated. Although the