Monday, October 15, 2018


     We’re not in OZ anymore: Another letter from the CEO. I have never seen a CEO have to explain his or her actions so often. It would be much simpler, and more cost efficient, to make decisions reflecting sound reasoning and good judgement before the need to write lengthy letters explaining mistakes by her and the directors.
     Now that she is worried the articles and declarations will not pass, she has moved to a position of compromise. Sort of. Maybe we should look the CMP over more carefully before proceeding. And we really do like Cooper, even though we plan on sending them packing. The constant letters explaining why we should forgive her for “whatever” is not going to win over our support and confidence. They are amateurish at best.
     So what would the Wizard do, now that we have a convoluted mess on our hands? We should vote No on the articles and declarations. The most important reason for this is to send a clear message to the CEO and POA directors that we are not in-tune with their vision of what Hot Springs Village should be or become. We are a community, not a corporation. We demand directors that represent us, not the company. We can buy seven bobble heads cheaper than we can elect them. We need solutions now, not 30 years from now. The CMP states we are running a 5-7 million dollar deficit per year. Do the math. A 30 year plan is seriously ridiculous. Perhaps suicidal. A 3-5 year plan is stretching it.        When you are drowning, there is no need to worry about the future. You better put all of your energy into saving yourself. Now.
     Somewhere over the rainbow didn’t work out quite as we had hoped. It’s time to change that.

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