The tail is wagging the dog

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

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When I moved here in 1998, there was a POA board of directors and an operations manager. The operations manager was responsible for the daily maintenance and operation of amenities. It did not have input into the five-year plan or decide what capital projects the members needed. It did not decide what the rate of return should be on reserve funds. It did not help create the capital budget. It did not give presentations to members or ask for rate increases. It did not give recommendations to the board on any action other than daily operations.

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