This blog from last July now is even more important as we mark our ballots for our next year’s community leadership. It provides details on attitudes of some of the candidates running for the ACHOA Board of Directors. This article is not for the faint of heart. It is documented fact. Read the emails yourself.
By Don Smaltz, July 13, 2015
My sense of what is at stake is: It is not just the HOA’s purchase of the golf courses, but rather it is the very governance of our community, not only on the golf course purchase issues but future matters as well.
When we purchased our homes in Arrowcreek, we agreed to be bound by and comply with the CC&Rs, which together with the relevant Nevada Statutes provide the governance procedures and requirements for our community. In the past year,we have learned that:
1. In 2014, 36 residents of Arrowcreek who are golfers formed an LLC, Friends of Arrowcreek (FOA), and made a deal to buy the golf courses out of Bankruptcy – and sell it to the HOA. That deal was made with the Board’s officers and its Directors with the connivance of the Boards lawyers, Maddox, Segerblom, Canepa, and its Community Manager…
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