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Author Topic: Nov 4th Board Meeting  (Read 1751 times)
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« on: October 29, 2010, 08:13:08 PM »

The October 28th Board meeting to vote on this years snow plowing contract was cancelled last minute allegedly because Jim Ott/Appletree Management Group failed at the simple task of notifying property owners, as required by the Bylaws. The new meeting to discuss snow plowing contracts is set for:

November 4, 7pm, at the Clubhouse

Keep in mind it's your money they're spending, much of it on legal fees for frivilous lawsuits to harass residents who believe in your legal rights to be informed.  You have a right to voice your opinion.and can't complain if you just stand by and do nothing. Stop in and see the board's rationale (or lack thereof). Legally, all residents, whether members or not, are responsible for their share of road maintenance. Last year they spent $15,000 on road repairs and $34,000 on plowing, so your share should have been about $50. Come and ask the board where the rest of your money went! In my opinion, every property owner should not pay another dime until the Board shows you all receipts of where your money goes, then pay only your share. I believe none of us should pay for the hundreds of thousands of dollars they illegally chose to spend on legal fees.

This site wants to educate and organize the owners of this community about the effects of the current and past board's actions and what we can do to change it.

Don't forget that Stillwater Lakes Civic Association is planning to raise the annual sewage rate from $780. to $1,948. SLCA is attempting to partner with Pocono Mountains Industrial Park Authority (PMIPA) with the hope of reducing the rate increase from $1,948. to $1,400 annually. If they partner with PMIPA, it is believed, that they will be required to be regulated by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC). However, SLCA is currently spending thousands possibly hundreds of thousands to prevent the PUC from regulating our Sewer system.

If this sounds confusing, show-up at the Nov 4th meeting and ask the board how your money is being spent. It's your money, and you have the right to know how it is being spent.

Please attend the November 4, 2010 Board meeting at 7 p.m. to support a new direction for our community. Get involved and take back your community.

You have a say!

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