Forrest has done an incredible job laying out the bind our community is in with the unholy alliance between Seddon, The Clarkson Law Group and the bad actors now serving on the board. There is a lot to unpack here but at a minimum it appears what Forrest laid out is actionable under the Intervention Affidavit rules with the Department of Real Estate( NRED). But getting NRED to do its job is an uphill slog. That benefits those that support the wrong doing. The best way to fix this is to get a board majority that will throw the bums out and that includes the three board members up for reelection, Clarkson and Seddon.
But that cannot happen unless voters in SCA start in 2023 and finish the task in 2024 with likeminded board members.
The financial irresponsibility of the current board is well documented. The weaponized legal counsel is well documented. The overpaid COO who condones the upward delegation to board members to be worker bees is well documented. And the other blogger touts that as a good thing as he clearly has no concept of division of labor and oversight. Is the board suppose to be worker bees as their oversight responsibilities both financially and administratively are absent. NO! Spending hundreds of hours by a board member to write documents is a good thing? With SCA payroll bloating past $5million and board members acting as worker bees fulfilling middle management aspirations rather than true functional oversight it is no wonder our financial house is a mess. They couldn’t even grasp the importance of competent monthly financial statements with variance analysis to assist their oversight. It’s not their priority. Their tasks are.
Your assessments and keeping them low ought to be a priority. They screwed that up.
Elections are the only way to fix this in the long run. If the system worked, filing an action would be appropriate and maybe it should be filed anyway because Forrest clearly laid out the case as to why the three incumbents seeking reelection ought to be removed from the ballot. Don’t hold your breath.
The electorate is going to have to be diligent in 2023 and 2024 to have any hope of fixing this.
Voting for Pamela Williams( Ballot Position #1) and Rick Ernest( Ballot position #2) is a start.