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Why so quiet?

Sorry for the big break in my updates about SCA shenanigans. I’m in California for some family events, Nathaniel graduated and a new granddaughter due any minute But, while we’re waiting for the next big thing, I’ll tell you The real cause for pause After a fun-filled trip to Mexico, I dragged myself to the …

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Why SCA now pays so much in unnecessary legal fees

Adam Clarkson trained the Board, and he has convinced them that the budget doesn’t matter when it comes to legal fees. The Board, following Rex’s leadership, foolishly insisted that the 2017 Board training be conducted in secret by Adam Clarkson. Despite the excellent free training programs available through NRED, the Board refused to allow owners …

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SCA Board officer selection orchestrated again

Officer elections over in a flash No competition No owner input No surprise No hope  President            Bob Burch Vice president   Rex Weddle Secretary           Candace Karrow Treasurer           Forrest Quinn Why was last year’s officer election so bitter? Simple answer. I committed the ultimate …

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Board meeting as self-serving bully pulpit

Lesson 1 from April 26 BOD meeting “What gets us into trouble is not what we don’t know. It’s what we know for sure that just ain’t so.”                                             -Mark Twain Blame the bloggers At …

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Telling lies, ruining lives

“As I understand it, Ms. Tobin was prevented from running for the Board not because she has opinions that are critical of the Board and SCA management, but ONLY because she is involved in litigation against SCA from which she might stand to gain a financial benefit.” -David Berman Poppycock. My unlawful removal from the …

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SCA Board election choices are narrowed by design

My granddaughter is six now, but a while ago, she loved knock-knock jokes. Her favorite one was apropos of the SCA Board race. Knock-knock. Who’s there? Broken pencil. Broken pencil who? Never mind. It’s pointless. And yet, here I am. In Hawaii, but still knocking my head against the wall, trying to keep the SCA …

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I’m sorry. We weren’t so lucky after all.

I have to take back what I said about the restaurant. I can’t recommend any one of the three bidders. The process being used was so flawed that it virtually guarantees the same failures as SCA earned in the past. To use an SNL metaphor, trusting the GM to get this right is like trusting Stevie …

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Election Committee TOMORROW 9 AM – pick order of names on ballot

Concord Room Anthem Center 9 AM Tuesday, Feb. 13 Election Committee Board Candidate Orientation Candidates draw for ballot order I’ll be there despite Clarkson’s challenge to my eligibility. I have requested that I be treated as a candidate unless a State of Nevada official with proper legal authority rules that I am not eligible to …

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