I actually am even more sure about that then I was before.
I don't know much, but I know that is the effect of what seems to be the goal of people in the HOA.
I'm not sorry for saying that or speaking out. I am sorry that some people seem to just shrug or say, "well it doesn't apply to me."
I really don't understand those reactions. But thre broader reactions are really encouraging for our community and speak to the inclusiveness of people. Which, I don't find surprising at all.
And yes, I truly believe this is about kicking kids off the Swim team.
Is there any requirement that the Swim Team can't include a broad array of people? No, in my opinion, there is not. The HOA is arbitrarily and capriciously trying to say that have that the decision was made, but I don't believe that is the case. President Green and others can say whatever they want and try to muddy the waters and try to cover up for whomever he is carrying water for. But for nearly 20 years the Swim Team has done its job without interference from the Board - now all of the sudden the HOA wants to get involved and tell them exactly how to run things? Green had over 10 years on the Board and as president to say this - but he didn't. Which makes you wonder why now - was he just asleep at the switch or is he carrying water for someone?
Green claims that the developer says that the swim team was always suppoposed to be exclusive to King Farm citizens. But didn't the developer turn over control? Doesn't King Farm decide now? Further... where is his proof for such a claim? Documents? Surely he has them. He wouldn't just go forward and make such an explosive claim without documentation? Or would he. Seriously, he is out on a limb here and should be required to show his work.
Trust in the HOA is gone after the handling of the recent embezzlement. You have to show your work these days. Have we learned nothing?
The HOA should have given up their arrogance long ago. But they haven't I guess. Here is a plan - focus on what we need to improve - and leave alone that which is working. The swim team is working. The Neighbors Village is working. The garden is working. All have volunteers and are fully functioning.
The question is why doesn't the HOA? With shortages of volunteers on the External Affairs committee, the BOCC and others, who is the HOA to try to lecture anybody on how to run a good and efficient organization?
I don't know if my posts help or hurt my cause. All I can say is I try to tell you what is going on, I speak the truth and you can decide what to do about it.