From: Tim Bailey
Date: Wed, Nov 16, 2016 at 12:43 PM
Subject: Fellow Club Member – Critical that you vote for the ACHOA Board members
Hi Club Member,
This ACHOA Board vote is critical for the future of ArrowCreek! We want candidates who implement your vision of the community, not the CNA (formerly Concerned Neighbors of ArrowCreek) plan, not the developers’ 25-year old plan, or Ron Duncan’s plan!
Your ballot should be arriving shortly. Please send it in right away.
We urge you to vote for the following experienced candidates because their demonstrated actions are aligned with determining long range community goals.
1) Joyce Seelen
2) Robin Rakusin
3) John Krisch
4) Alan Liebman
Attached is a 2-page flyer outlining their experience and thoughts. These 4 candidates are running against Ron Duncan and 2 of his comrades. You know they will be working hard to win the election.
BTW – Please recruit your neighbors to vote for our candidates. We’ve got to win this one!
Thanks for your support,
A Community Team– aka ACT, Inc.( https://acommunityteam. com/ )
Oh my, my. Now Tim also knows how it feels to be speared publically. True Colors shine through. FACT. So much for the noise last night about reconciliation in the ArrowCreek Community. La La La….hear my song, not my real feelings…
All seven candidates are very qualified by their life experiences that they bring to the election. All homeowners/owners are urged to vote for the candidates they feel will best represent them and their families at the ACHOA Board of Directors table.
Ron Duncan, Carlos Mejia and Roger Sheppard are not totally against the golf club. They see it as a separate “for-profit” non-residential entity that our not-for-profit homeowners association needs to work with because it lies within the residential lots of our ArrowCreek Community. These three candidates will work to attain a win-win solution for as many as possible, if not all, owners and homeowners of ArrowCreek, not just the ones who want to save their social club.
ArrowCreek Owners! Be sure to mail back your marked ballot ASAP to assure on-time delivery or deliver it to the ballot box that will be on the wall in the Residents’ Club across from Brenda’s office before the deadline of 5 o’clock pm on Monday, December 5, 2016. Ballots and associated material are expected to start hitting our mailboxes on Friday, November 18 (day after tomorrow).