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Ellington Community wants Board Step Down
Petition Background (Preamble):
1. Grounds are not maintained consistently.
2. Rare communication from board members.
a. Do not return emails
b. Do not return phone calls
3. There is limited communication between board members and also with the community.
4. Money is being spent without proper authorization from community:
a. Purchased a tractor.
b. Hired a maintenance man.
c. Hired someone to put out newsletters.
d. Hired officers; we don't know what their contract
states, how many there are, how much they are
getting paid, etc.
5. Individuals are added to payroll without proper
authorization from community.
6. Vendors come out and are not met by any board
member and leave.
7. Pool is not up to code.
8. Club house dues were raised without proper
9. Board members have been rude and obnoxious with
10. Promises are made and not kept.
a. The opening of the club house on Sundays.
11. Board members do not show up for scheduled
12. Emergency meeting called by previous treasurer,
which was denied by board members.
13. Not a fully functional board with only 4 members.
14. Monies sent in by homeowners have not been
cashed after months of being held onto or they
have been lost by the board.
15. The board is not forthcoming with information that
is privileged to the community.
We, as a community, need to take our community back and put people on the board who want to keep and maintain it. Please help in getting the old board out and a new board put in place by signing below. Thank you.
The Ellington Community wants Board Step Down petition to Board of the Ellington's Home Owners Association was written by Eugenia Tubbs and is in the category Neighborhood Living at GoPetition. Contact author here. Petition tags: board, community, members, authorization, hired, ellington, proper, meetings, current, raised, house, communication, getting, return, board members, have been, proper authorization, club house, step down, our community,