Please Exercise Your Right to Vote!

To our friends and neighbors,

We have six candidates running for three ArrowCreek Homeowner Board positions. All of them have good qualifications, but we believe that the three people that will best represent our community and have the best vision for our community are:

Dave Steele, Bob Kirtley and Robert (Bob) McDonald

Please consider voting for them,

Sincerely,

Tom and Yvonne Bates

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11 Responses to Please Exercise Your Right to Vote!

  1. Dale Nuszloch says:

    I heard that Robert McDonald was recently caught trespassing on the Challenge 16th fairway with unleased dogs. Is this true?

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  2. FOA Cronies says:

    DALE, That is the perfect choice if you want to be a golf course owner. They are in bed with the FOA. Bad idea.

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    • Dale Nuszloch says:

      I don’t think so. Better than the alternative if the golf courses go brown. We will own the land; not the golf course. Financially more expensive to maintain in brown state not to mention home values. This is a golf course community and should stay that way. $31 a month is reasonable to ensure that.

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      • Ronald Duncan says:

        Dale,
        A couple of items that seemed to have been over looked in the response above. First, it’s only $28 as a down payment to own vacant property. No guarantee beyond 2017 that it would be kept ‘green (green costs lots more money than returning it to high desert where it belongs in the first pace).’ Second point that appears to be over looked is the fact that ArrowCreek is NOT a ‘Golf Community,’ except in a small portion of the ‘community.’ Community is defied as “A unified body of individuals.” If you’ve read the UNR Demographic study, talked and visited all of the neighborhoods that comprise our beautiful ‘community,’ it’s known that golf is not the unifying feature. It’s the security and the views of the Truckee Meadows.
        Property values are market driven, as can be seen by a UNR study as well as the tracking of values published monthly on this web site. The golf effect, according to the Pingle UNR study, diminishes greatly beyond a 100 foot barrier from the course. So, that is a false rationale to spend $3.4 Million to inherit massive risk.
        Ron Duncan

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        • Dale Nuszloch says:

          Mr. Duncan, anyone can find support for their viewpoint. Do you really want all those green fairways go brown?
          Dale Nuszloch

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          • Ronald Duncan says:

            Dale,
            No, I do not particularly want them to go ‘brown’ but I certainly do not wish to pay for their maintenance either. The ‘Friends’ Of ArrowCreek LLC shouldn’t want that either. So, let them continue in their prosperous business model and leave the ACHOA out of the discussion. Should the FOA LLC decide to abandon one or both of its courses the property will remain for them to maintain, not the ACHOA. The studies cited in my previous response remain valid and our property values will continue to be established by the market forces.
            Ron Duncan

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  3. Dale Nuszloch says:

    I attended the meet the candidates meeting Wednesday. My top 3 are Robin Rakusin, Paul Burkett and Mark Toomey. I believe they had the best answers for the Golf Course issue. The big elephant in the room.

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    • Ronald Duncan says:

      It’s time to re-think how we got to the point where the ArrowCreek community is today. Electing the people who got us here doesn’t change the course of the community. We need new, fresh eyes on our issues to reduce them to a manageable size. Dave Steele, Bob Kirtley and Bob McDonald will provide that fresh perspective.
      Ron Duncan

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      • Dale Nuszloch says:

        Fresh negative perspective?

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        • Ronald Duncan says:

          Negative?? A fresh perspective instead of the course, no pun intended, we’ve been on only divided the community and putting those same people into positions to continue on this path is the height of crazy. The definition of crazy, is doing the same thing over again and expecting a different result.

          The ACHOA needs and should demand a new beginning with Steele, Kirtley and McDonald!
          Ron Duncan

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          • Dale Nuszloch says:

            You only add to the acrimony in our community. We are lucky to be able to afford to live in ArrowCreek and should support all the amenities.
            Dale Nuszloch

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