The HOA has issued proposed updated Reactive Slab Leak Protocol. If adopted, it replaces the existing 2017 Homeowner slab leak protocol. The Blog has reviewed the changes proposed in the new updated Reactive Slab Leak Protocol.
Below is listed the Key changes from the existing slab leak protocol:
This update will be approved as it is written unless you write the HOA at HOA@desertprincesscc.com and the board members before it is approved at the March Board meeting.
Board members can be reached at the following emails:
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The Impact of the changes are:
The Blog would like to know your thoughts.
Last night a letter was sent out to homeowners. This letter made the point that once the mask mandate expires this Tuesday and in-person meeting can resume again.
The blog would like to know the following:
Homeowners will have the opportunity at today’s Chat to ask board members their personal opinions on resuming in-person meetings.
The link and dial in numbers for the chat is shown below.
Meeting ID: 849 7442 1921
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Why has the current board decided that Russ Holowachuk can run for a third term on the board even though our bylaws limit all board members to two terms? As of January 1, 2022 California State laws reinstated our HOA bylaw 2 term limit.
The board met with our HOA lawyers last year and asked if he could run. The answer was yes.
The question that has not been asked of our lawyers -- “Is Russ Holowachuk eligible to hold office for a 3rd term after his second term expires and the HOA bylaw’s 2 term limit is in force again”?
The following question arises from these events:
We are experiencing a dramatic increase in crime on our Desert Princess property.
Here are some examples:
This raises a number of questions:
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