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« on: March 12, 2011, 02:01:00 AM »

Video Lawsuit Update
As many of you may know, Maria Santoro Motioned during the October 18, 2008 meeting to authorizes the lawfirm of Young and Haros to take any and all steps tp stop members from recording meetings.  A resonable person would think what are they trying to hide.  Why would they spend thousands of dollars to stop members from recording meetings while the Associations roads and sewer system is falling apart.  We do not have an answer to that yet. 

In short, we lost our right to video in the local court, but we are currently appealiing the order to the Commonwealth Court.
The Reply Brief to the Associations argument can be viewed at http://www.stillwaterlakes.net/pdf/ReplyFinal.pdf

Update to the Website Lawsuit Maria Santoro Motioned for coming soon.
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« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2011, 03:00:42 PM »

 

   The SLCA Board of Directors is Too Big to Fail!  You would think, that given the recent massacre in Arizona, and the attempted assassination of Congresswoman Gabrielle Gifford; would compel those who claim to be concerned with security to mandate that every Association meeting be video recorded!

   How will the authorities be able to identify the perpetrator who might barge in with an AK47, and blow their hollow brains out?


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« Reply #2 on: March 29, 2011, 03:20:39 AM »

Video Lawsuit Update
As many of you may know, Maria Santoro Motioned during the October 18, 2008 meeting to authorizes the lawfirm of Young and Haros to take any and all steps tp stop members from recording meetings.  A resonable person would think what are they trying to hide.  Why would they spend thousands of dollars to stop members from recording meetings while the Associations roads and sewer system is falling apart.  We do not have an answer to that yet. 

In short, we lost our right to video in the local court, but we are currently appealiing the order to the Commonwealth Court.
The Reply Brief to the Associations argument can be viewed at http://www.stillwaterlakes.net/pdf/ReplyFinal.pdf

Update to the Website Lawsuit Maria Santoro Motioned for coming soon.

As promised, the following is an update to the website lawsuit that is a result of the motion made by Maria Santoro during the October 18th Board Meeting.  In short, they want to use your money to pay our legal fees and their legal fees and walk away releasing them of all liability including liability associated with abuse of process, malicious prosecution, and wrongful use of civil proceedings.  We provided a counter offer to our attorney that included a general release to the association in return for our legal fees, but did not provide a release for board members regarding Breach of fiduciary duty.  It is our opinion that the property owners money should not be used to buy their forgiveness without the property owners consent. 

Please take the time to answer the poll on our home page.  We want to know if you think we should take the settlement offer and let the Board off the hook on your dime, or make the board members who voted for Maria Santoro's motion pay for the tens of thousand of dollars?

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« Reply #3 on: May 26, 2012, 12:00:47 PM »

Video Lawsuit Update
As many of you may know, Maria Santoro Motioned during the October 18, 2008 meeting to authorizes the lawfirm of Young and Haros to take any and all steps tp stop members from recording meetings.  A resonable person would think what are they trying to hide.  Why would they spend thousands of dollars to stop members from recording meetings while the Associations roads and sewer system is falling apart.  We do not have an answer to that yet. 

In short, we are now appealiing the order to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
The The petition for Allowance of Appeal can be viewed at
http://www.stillwaterlakes.net/pdf/SPappeal.pdf


Update to the Website Lawsuit Maria Santoro Motioned for coming soon.
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« Reply #4 on: May 26, 2012, 10:28:01 PM »

I am so happy that the case has been remanded back to the lower court for a proper conclusive outcome. Kudos to Mike, Dave & Lydia. Now get your legal fees back!!! Cheesy
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