Freedom of information

What is the maximum the SCA Board can pay the GM?

Apparently, the sky is the limit “The Board could pay the GM $1 million/year if they wanted.”  – former SCA CAM Lori Martin (in response to my information requests in November 2016) This shocking pronouncement shows what SCA owners have faced since SCA began employing all staff directly instead contracting with a management company to …

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Part 3: In case you don’t think this is enough evidence

This is the third, and final, part of my 6/6/18 email to the NRED Chief Investigator and Ombudsman to clarify NRED’s process for ensuring that 1. the rights of homeowners in HOAs are protected, 2. Nevada statutes are uniformly enforced, and 3. Board members or agents suffer consequences if they fail to act as fiduciaries. …

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Per Rex: “Shut up. We’re in charge here.”

Rex Weddle’s’s May President’s Report in SCA’s Spirit Magazine is entitled (apparently unaware of the irony) “Keeping our nest clean“. Rex again  devotes his entire official communication to sharing with all owners and residents his personal and chronic whine about how owner complaints about him, the GM and the Board are ruining this community. Boo hoo. Bloggers …

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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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Making owners pay to fight owners knowing how our money is spent

A point for transparent Nevada The R-J just won a victory for transparency when the District Attorney was required to release information about how much the DA’s office was compensating witnesses in criminal trials. Public interest Using taxpayer cash to fight the taxpayer   “To sum it up, the taxpayer-funded prosecutor’s office sought to conceal …

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