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R Westra states” The statement about 5 year growth of 45% is full of errors of assumption.” How absurd as R Westra doesn’t acknowledge that there is no assumption in the numbers. The numbers are facts. There are no errors. It will be hilarious to see you please try to list the assumption errors. Your statement is just spin nonsense in an attempt to justify a conclusion not supported by the facts. You love and support Sandy Seddon. That’s obvious. But the operational financial statements and budgets say the love is unwarranted. Just the opposite.
I personally reviewed the job growth and have all the data. I can list the job additions and salary raises and the increase in benefits. I suggest you review the records yourself. My conclusion is that the COO is feathering her nest and creating a fiefdom at homeowners’ expense. The 7144 residences during this period of time has remained constant. So your growth hypothesis is pure baloney. If the COO job were eliminated and a stronger operations oriented Community Manager were in place SCA would save a ton. In my work life I was a CPA by training, rose to become a CFO and Chief Administrative Officer and then President of my own company called Cash Flow Solutions, Inc. I was paid big bucks as a consultant on business operations. SCA’s staffing is bloated and has an overpaid and underperforming staff. Not a well run organization. By all metrics SCA needs a management overhaul( a reorganization) to better serve the financial interests of homeowners. We are ” being taken to the cleaners”.
Our legal expense is horrendous due to this COO’s propensity to over use counsel. And this board with their spending appetite and capital usage is amateurish putting homeowners at financial risk of more and more assessments. And what is the COO’s role in this? She’s an enabler looking out for her own interests. We need to do better. It’s time to make a change.