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 THE AUDIO RECORDING OF THE 2017 ANNUAL MEETING CAN BE FOUND UNDER "MORE" OPTION

Willow Creek Ranch P.O.A.  Kingman, Arizona

IT SHOULD BE KNOW THAT THE BOARD AGREED AT THE APRIL 2017 MEETING TO POST AUDIO RECORDINGS OF THE MEETINGS AND THE ROAD PLANS ON THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE BUT HAVE NOT DONE SO.  ALL THE SECRETARY DID WAS CHANGE THE ROAD REPORT TO STATE THERE IS A LOG OF ROAD WORK ON FILE. THIS IS NOT WHAT WAS AGREED UPON. OUR RULES AND REGULATIONS REQUIRE THE BOARD TO MAKE AUDIOS AVAILABLE TO THE MEMBERSHIP. IT SHOULD BE FURTHER NOTED THAT MR GRIDNER HAS NOT PRODUCED A COPY OF THE JOURNAL.

WCRPOA loses Arbitration with Valley Equipment

       Some of you may get more than one copy of this email. The reason is because we want you to know what is happening, and we are using multiple avenues to get the information to you. Some of the avenues may have overlapping databases.

Dear Fellow Members of Willow Creek Ranch POA,

     Did you know that the WCRPOA vs Valley Equipment arbitration is now over, and the WCRPOA lost?

     The actual award is not known to the general membership at this time because the officers in charge have failed to notify the membership, but the original blading contract was for over 32 thousand dollars ($32,000). We, dues paying members, received NOTHING for this money. The responsible officers in charge of the recording and disbursement of information are Lanny Pippin- President, Terry Radke- Vice President, Denise Rogerson- Secretary.
     Here is what happened as documented in the official minutes of the WCRPOA:
       On the May 10, 2014, meeting, it was discussed and voted to extend the completion time for the 2013/2014 blading until after the monsoon – it would be about September or October 2014. The extension was discussed in the minutes so please read it. It is under item 5, “Contract Committee Report”.
The vote passed – 4  yes votes ( Ron Henderson, Elaine Churcher, Scott Meyer, and Jack Whyman to 1 no vote (Jean Brown) and 1 abstention (Doak Gist).
Note: with this award, we were going to get TWO full bladings in the 2014/2015 year.
     Then a new Board was elected at the annual meeting, and at the Sept 13, 2014, regular meeting, under item 7, “Old Business”, Jean Brown made a motion to rescind this extension.  You can read the full discussion in the official minutes.
     This vote to rescind the extension passed – 4 yes votes (Dayton Girdner, Jean Brown, Jess Peters, and Britton Miles), to 2 no votes (Bill Russell – proxy for Ron Henderson- and Elaine Churcher) and 1 abstention (Doak Gist).
     This decision has cost ALL of us! Not only in lots of money with no return, but also wear and tear on our vehicles.
       NOTE: one of the responsible persons for this arbitration, Mr. Dayton Girdner, is now running for election to the WCRPOA Board of Directors.

Unlike the "Concerned Neighbors/ Willow Watch news" whose letters are never signed and which contain many inaccuracies and innuendos, this letter can easily be "fact checked" against the WCRPOA Minutes, and we have signed our letter.

Please vote wisely.

Yours in service,
Frances and Scott Meyer



PS.  Elise, please give this letter (as is) widest dissemination on your email list.

      Chrissy, please post this on the website as it is.

         Randy, please post this on Facebook as it is without any comment.

 

    
CLICK HERE FOR AUDITORS REPORT

CLICK HERE FOR AMENDED AUDITORS REPORT 
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING REPLY FROM THE AUDITOR WHEN ASKED WHAT THE LABOR CHARGES WERE FOR FROM MR PORTER IF THE RENTAL CHARGES INCLUDED HIS LABOR

RE: Amended Report
Robert K Minniti, CPA, CFE, CrFA, CVA, CFF, CGMA, PI, MBA

Reply|
Wed 8/17

That is why I said

Mr. Porter was also charging WCA for labor for road work and equipment maintenance. The invoices submitted by Mr. Porter were hand written and lacked sufficient detail for me to ascertain if the invoices reflected the fair market value of the goods and services he provided. 

There was no way to determine, with the lack of detail, what the charges were for.



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