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May 20, 2017 at 8:07 pm #3678Rana GoodmanKeymaster
So I have a question for my neighbors in our wonderful Sun City Anthem; how many of you mailed in your “Age Qualified Survey” and are now receiving “WARNING NOTICES” from the compliance office for NOT RETURNING THE SURVEY?
I filled my survey out the very day it arrived and dutifully walked it over to the mail box so I would not forget about it. I even remembered to put the correct postage on it. Yet in Wednesday’s mail here came the warning letter from compliance making it very clear that I might be fined and God knows what else if I didn’t sign the survey and return it to management.
I will comply, fill out the second form they were “nice enough” to supply and will personally take it to the center on Monday, however, this time, since we are threatening fines and (maybe next jail time), I will insist on a receipt…. I am hearing that I am not alone in this, other too seem to have had their survey “lost” by management…. GEE, I thought “Self Management” was e-hem! working so well…NOT….
Wouldn’t it be great if our quarter of a million dollar GM had the brilliant idea that enticing residents to bring in the survey with an event of some kind might work better than threats? For example, PICK UP YOUR TICKETS TO FRIDAY’S FREE MOVIE ON THE NORTH LAWN, Your price, BRING YOUR COMPLETED AGE SURVEY… or how about…. YOU ARE ALL INVITED TO MANAGEMENT’S ICE CREME SOCIAL FREE TO ALL WHO BRING IN THEIR COMPLETED AGE QUALIFIED SURVEY FORM
Don’t say it cost too much, most money is wasted here than that each and every month! The point is you will draw far more flies with honey than you ever will with threats and intimidation and that seems to be the style that the management team is taking these days. Maybe it is me, but that tactic does not work to do anything but “inflame my dander,” raise my blood pressure and drive my “type A” personality into overdrive. Nice gets much farther than nasty in my world, how about you?May 20, 2017 at 8:50 pm #3682AnonymousInactive
Maybe management has lost more surveys then enough to take us over the top to keep SCA an age qualified community. Think about it. Maybe they are the ones that want families to move into the community and take over our homes, pools, community centers and our lifestyle. I bought a home in an age restricted community because I don’t have children and not interested in living next door to any of them.
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