Previous HOA President for 5 Years
Former Nevada State Senator
Former Police Officer
Better Communication/Open Meetings
Fairer HOA: We Will Encourage Cooperation, But Not By Fines
Successful High Tech Business Owner
Problem Solver. Man of Action!
No More Lawsuits!
Resolve the Golf Club Situation
Performance Review of Big Budget Items
Stop The Constant Water Waste
Law Enforcement Officer
Family Man With Two Children
Expand Activities for Families & Children
Law and Order/Neighborhood Watch
Community-wide Safety and Security
Meaningful Homeowner Surveys
In reviewing the past budgets, it's clear that the contracts with First Residential Management Services and Brightview Landscaping, combined with water usage, add up to about 50% of our entire budget! We'll schedule a formal Performance Review for both vendors, and walk the entire Somersett Parkway to discuss the ongoing water waste. Board Candidate and successful entrepreneur Mark Capalongan has a sharp eye and a sharper pencil. He'll spend HOA money wisely and frugally!
Residents tell us it's hard to find information buried in websites. And that at Board Meetings, it's only 3 minutes to "state your case" and then never much of a reply from the Board. Let's institute Open Town Hall meetings, with courtesy and open discussion. Board Candidate and Former Nevada State Senator Bill O'Donnell knows how to do this! He's a great listener and responsive leader.
Many of us have received the dreaded Notice of Violation and/or Fine from the AGC (Aesthetic Guidelines Committee.) For a tree that's too skinny; a brown spot in the lawn; an unapproved basketball hoop on the street. We'll start with a phone call to the homeowner; a kinder approach. And why publish the Violation statistics in the Somersett Magazine? We'll stop that on day 1.
Kids and families are people too! Father and family man Jacob Williams is our point man on this. How about keeping the pool open longer at the end of Summer? Or organizing some formal leagues or activities kids will enjoy?
Nobody is happy about the lawsuits. Not us. Not the residents. Not the Golf Club. Surely mature adults can solve this without expensive lawyers. We've reviewed the past purchase and lease agreements. And we've ALREADY spoken to Golf Club board leaders who seem willing to work towards solutions that benefit everyone.
Home builders and custom developers need to build what they say they're going to build and not deviate after approvals are given. And they should keep their sites tidy. Trail access cannot be impeded by closed gates or unauthorized landscaping. Golfers and walkers can courteously use the 9-hole paths.
We ALL live in Somersett. We 3 are eager to meet the Sierra Canyon Board Members and work in concert where it makes sense. And let's plan some events we can ALL participate in: kids, parents and grandparents!
Two of our team are present and former law enforcement officers. Bill and Jacob have insight into making Somersett safe and secure. Some strategically placed cameras might be beneficial. The formation of a Neighborhood Watch Group might be a good idea.