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Sunday, November 29, 2009

Trustee Candidates

We again have the opportunity to become involved in the affairs of the Hideaway Valley Property Owners Association be becoming a candidate for one of three Trustee positions. These candidates will be voted on at an annual meeting of the members January 23, 2010.

Now is the time for those who were critical of or not happy with the way the Trustees who recently resigned conducted our business to step up and take a turn at the wheel. One of the candidates will be elected to serve only until the annual meeting April 17, 2010 and the other two will be elected to serve until the April, 2011 annual meeting.

The HVPOA Newsletter you recently received has all the information you need to submit your declaration of candidacy.


  1. How many hours of service does it realistically take per month?

  2. To anonymous, In response to your question, how much time does being on the board absorb? I would like to think a functioning board could do this work in about 4 hours each a week, making phone calls, working on the computer, preparing their part for board meetings. However, in my short time, I have seen from 1 hour a week to 15 plus depending on the situation at hand. As Terry has stated, this is an excellent opportunity for the association and our valley to move forward with people who are genuinely concerned and involved. Obviously a new member to the board could expect roughly to serve 6 to 10 hours a week for the first few months while learning the job and while the board learns to coordinate and delegate. With effort and communication, I found in life most things can go quite smooth.

    If we get a board that is willing to work together regardless of differences or opinions, we should be able to spend the 6 to 10 hours a month and function effectively.

    Your request already qualified you, what is your name--come join in.


Any one is allowed to make comments. You can use your real name and lot or an assumed name. Please be respectful of everyone, especially our trustees who donate a lot of work for us. Even if you believe they are not acting in our best interests or following our documents, stick to the facts--no name calling or innuendos and unfounded accusations. We want to set a good example for our trustees.