Residents want Foothills HOA bylaws vote
Last week, homeowners concerned with problems plaguing the Foothills Community Association HOA submitted a petition calling for a vote within 30 days on a package of key reforms.
This action marked a milestone in the effort to address the troubling leadership and structural issues in the HOA that have been widely reported over the past year.
The petition was signed by more than 1,200 HOA members, well exceeding the 25 percent of the total membership required by the bylaws.
This is an amazing display of unity among the HOA’s members in support of the reforms.
To put this number in perspective, it surpasses the total number of members who cast votes in last year’s recall election, both for and against the incumbents.
The HOA’s members have spoken loud and clear that they want an opportunity to vote on the reform package.
And they want that vote within 30 days so the reforms can be in place for the May election of board directors.
It is now up to the board to respect the will of the HOA members whom they represent, and to announce a special meeting of the HOA’s membership to vote on the reforms no later than the first week of April.
In a December AFN article about the reform campaign, when asked about whether I thought the board would act on the petition, I was quoted as saying: “Honorable men will do the honorable thing.”
The moment has arrived for the board directors to show that they are honorable and that they will properly represent the HOA’s members and comply with the HOA’s governing documents.
The board should promptly act to allow the vote to take place within 30 days. We know this is feasible because the board did so just last May for the recall election.
We thank all of you HOA members who have supported this reform effort. When the board conducts a vote on the reform package, if all of you cast ballots in favor of the reforms, it is a virtual certainty that the reforms will be approved.
With these key reforms in effect, and fresh leadership on the board, by this May the HOA will be poised to move in a new direction that is consistent with our stated mission:
“To strengthen the management of the Foothills Community Association HOA, including increasing transparency, accountability, and responsiveness to the interests of the Association’s members.”
For more information about the reform effort: TheFoothillsInfo.com.
-David Randolph, Rob Doherty
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