The publication of the latest board minutes has claimed that disruptive homeowners prevented the Board from conducting its business.
The “disruptions” occurred during the open board meeting on September 24th. Peter Webb tried to shut down questions and comments from the homeowners present and requested that the room be cleared. He demanded a vote by the board to force the homeowners to leave. Only 3 members voted to try to clear the room (Peter Webb, Norm Stoehr and Russ Holowachuk). The vote failed. Two more questions were allowed and then Peter Webb closed down the open session when there were still homeowners waiting to speak.
A follow up letter from board member Norm Stoehr, (an “unpaid elected volunteer ”) was sent to all homeowners. This letter painted a picture of a chaotic scene in the Master’s Lounge. Norm was not even present and there were no cameras pointed at homeowners.
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