Meeting Summary July 2nd 2019 Special Board Meeting

Members protested at the July 2nd Special meeting. Rule # 11 was quickly tabled, and the “annoy, pester, harass” language of the Rule to restrict backyard cuts was seen as another attempt to castigate members who must beg for information from lawn crews as to when their units will be serviced. On May 29 and June 12, residents had received 2 more lawn cuts with same-day notices and on June 26 with 20-hour billboard notice only. Of the 20 attendees, a dozen commented on how the 2019 Board seems intent on controlling, rather than serving, our community. President Moody corrected misperceptions, explaining that Tropic Star would not return, unless backyard cuts were restricted NOW. She will meet with Tropic Star’s owner, who has pledged to keep his price at $4,000 level until October contract anniversary. The lawn cut rule passed as written 4-0 with 10/31/19 expiry. The Landscape committee held open meeting July 8, to investigate alternatives.

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