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Norman McCullough
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Dear Director Jim Mayfield;

I can’t believe you really said this.

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4. Know Your Rights. Nevada law and the governing documents provide homeowners with influential ways to report and seek redress of violations of your rights. One of the best actions you can take is to file an Intervention Affidavit (“IA”) with the Office of the Ombudsman in the Nevada Real Estate Division. Each IA that is filed is reported to SCA and investigated by the Ombudsman. Another way is to quote a reference to State law or the SCA governing documents in your complaint notices to the SCA Board and management. You, the homeowners, also have the right to remove a director who you do not believe is serving you well.

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Really Mr. Mayfield?? If you really believe that filing an Intervention Affidavit will be the “Magic Wand” that solves a problem and if you really believe that our current Board is impressed when you quote a reference to Nevada Law you are badly mistaken. The Nevada Real Estate Division (NRED) has one of the most dismal records of Any State in the country against the Homeowners.

Do you really believe that if you quote a reference to Nevada Law that the Board members will cringe in terror and invite a complaining homeowner to a tea party to “Talk things over”?

And — Your reminder that “You, the homeowners, also have the right to remove a director who you do not believe is serving you well.” Granted it’s good advise but perhaps you are unaware that less than 75 percent of all the residents really vote when there is an important issue facing the residents. For one example — Do I really have to remind you that there are only 162 Villa home owners in SCA and that even if they voted 100 percent to remove a director for misappropriating their Reserve Funds do you really think they would lose any sleep at night?

I would be absolutely amazed Mr. Mayfield if you were even aware that our current Management and our current Lawyers have recently spent a TON of the residents money to have a complaint moved from The Las Vegas Justice Court to the Henderson Justice Court. All that money is approved by the Board of Directors so maybe (just maybe) you can tell us WHY?