Next Board Meeting – Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Join us for the October HOA meeting, which also is the association’s annual meeting and board of directors election.  Ballots can be dropped off at the meeting at 6 p.m. at the Coto Valley Club.

Agenda items include:

  • Committee Reports and Updates
  • 2016 Budget Draft
  • Reserve Study Report
  • Amended Election Policy
  • Board of Directors Election

Wednesday, October 14
6 p.m. – Open Meeting Session
7 p.m. – Homeowners Forum
Coto Valley Club
Assuming quorum is met, the election company will count ballots during the meeting and announce the results of the election

Executive Session Agenda – October 2015

Open Meeting Agenda – October 2015

Remember to Vote!

UPDATED:  140 ballots have been received; 75 are needed to make quorum.  Ballots can be dropped off at the HOA meeting on October 14 at 6 p.m. at the Coto Valley Club.

The annual board of directors election is coming up on October 14.  By now, all residents should have received their election materials in the mail.

Currently only 105 ballots have been received.  To reach quorum, another 110 are needed within the week.  There is still time to mail in your ballot or it can be dropped off at the HOA meeting on October 14 at 6 p.m. at the Coto Valley Club.

If you lost your ballot materials, contact Janine Stratton at FirstService Residential.

Continue reading Remember to Vote!

October 2015 Newsletter

The October 2015 Village Newsletter is now available.

This issue features a reminder about the general election on October 14, an update on artificial turf, the resurfacing schedule for the overflow parking lot on Ortega, reminders on ARC guidelines for a new roof and other El Nino preparations and a proposed election policy for 2016-2017.

October 2015 Newsletter

How to Fill Out Your Ballot 2015

Every year a number of ballots are thrown out because they are not filled out properly, usually due to no signature and / or an illegible address on the white return envelope. Below are  step-by-step instructions we hope you find valuable.  Be sure to share this information with your neighbors.

If you have lost or misplaced your ballot, notify Courtney Fisher at 949-448-6197 and she will drop off a new ballot package to you.  Ballots are due on or before October 14.

Continue reading How to Fill Out Your Ballot 2015

Next Board Meeting – Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Join us for the September HOA meeting featuring an opportunity to meet the candidates running for the board of directors. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Candidates Night will begin at the conclusion of the Homeowner’s Forum, which begins at 7 p.m. Given the large field of candidates, each will be given three minutes to make a statement. At the conclusion of each statement, there will be Q&A with the audience. You can read all the candidates statements on the blog.

Agenda items include:

  • Patrol Services Proposals
  • Burgess Engineering Yearly Drainage Inspection Retain
  • Alpha Regional – Amended Parking Lot and Gravel Removal Proposals
  • Committee Reports and Updates

Wednesday, September 9
6 p.m. – Open Meeting Session
7 p.m. – Homeowners Forum
Candidates Forum follows Homeowners Forum
Coto Valley Community Club

September 2015 Open Meeting Agenda

September 2015 Executive Agenda

 

Meet the Candidates: Doug McCormick

Village homeowners will elect a new board on Wednesday, October 14 for the 2015-2016 term.  There are 12 candidates for five positions.  Each candidate’s statement has been posted to the blog in alphabetical order by last name.   

Here is Doug McCormick’s Candidate Statement:

Once again it is time for the annual HOA elections. And once again I am asking the homeowners of the Village to support me as a candidate. Being one of the five members of the board can be a very time consuming position. So why would one want to continue with a position that has no financial compensation and yet is time demanding? Many decisions and actions the board takes throughout the year have a direct impact on the quality oflife in our community. I personally was drawn to the Village for many reasons all of us share. Continue reading Meet the Candidates: Doug McCormick

Meet the Candidates: Karen Nyeholt-Park

Village homeowners will elect a new board on Wednesday, October 14 for the 2015-2016 term.  There are 12 candidates for five positions.  Each candidate’s statement has been posted to the blog in alphabetical order by last name.  

Here is Karen Nyeholt-Park’s Candidate Statement:

1. Why are you interested in serving as a director and what goals do you want to see accoumplished within your next term as director?

I have served on the board for the last two years. It has taken me that long just to learn the basics. I think that we need good communication between the board and community. As many of you witnessed I have stayed at all of the board meetings until every homeowner had their say. I feel that it is important to listen to what the homeowners first before making a decision. I would also like the CC& R’s to be revisited. I would like to see spilt terms – electing two board members for a two-year term and then the following year electing 3 board members for a two-year term.   Continue reading Meet the Candidates: Karen Nyeholt-Park

Meet the Candidates: Ron Pirucki

Village homeowners will elect a new board on Wednesday, October 14 for the 2015-2016 term.  There are 12 candidates for five positions.  Each candidate’s statement has been posted to the blog in alphabetical order by last name.  

Here is Ron Pirucki’s Candidate Statement:

Members of the Village:

My name is Ron Pirucki and I’d be grateful for your vote to represent you as a member ofthe Board of Directors of the Coto De Caza Community Association.

My interests lie solidly in preserving the history and culture of the Village as we know it. Though I have a tremendous amount of respect for those neighbors who settled first, my underlying goal is to represent the interests of all homeowners; rather than just those with significant tenure in the neighborhood. Continue reading Meet the Candidates: Ron Pirucki