Meet the Candidates!
This year’s CRCA Board election is approaching and there will be a meet the candidates night held on Tuesday, September 28, 7:00PM, at the CRCA Community Center.
MEET THE CANDIDATE NIGHT!!!!
PLEASE JOIN US FOR MEET THE CANDIDATE NIGHT ON
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2010 AT 7:00 P.M.
THE COMMUNITY CENTER LOCATED
8881 NORTH COACHLINE BLVD.
THE CANDIDATES PRESENTED ON THE ENCLOSED BALLOT
WILL BE PRESENT TO ANSWER HOMEOWNERS
QUESTIONS AND TELL YOU WHY THEY WANT TO
SERVE YOUR COMMUNITY ON THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
I have lived in Continental Ranch for the past 16 years whereas I served on the Covenants Committee for seven years and have been a Board member for the past three years. I want to run for the Board because I want to make a difference with a more positive approach. I enjoy living in Continental Ranch because it is a friendly community and an excellent place to raise a family, as I have learned from experience. I want Continental Ranch to have a Board that uses good judgment and common-sense in handling homeowner situations.
WM. LARRY LEMIEUX
I’ve lived in Continental Ranch for one year. I’m a retired Lockheed Martin Engineer who decided with my wife Jeanne to retire in Tucson to escape the snow. We love it down here! Shortly after my arrival I became a member of the Architectural Review Committee (ARC) which I have been active in since becoming a CRCA board member. I have previous experience on another home owner board and served the community in various capacities at my previous residences. My goals are to serve the community, preserve its character, value and homeowner friendly atmosphere. If you wish you may contact me by email at; [email protected].
I have been a CRCA homeowner for 7 years. I have been on your BOD for a little over 2 years and have been BOD President for the last two years. As a BOD member I have tried to do what is best for all homeowners and not just a few. The stated mission of CRCA is to preserve property values and maintain common areas “to a reasonably high standard.” While the BOD has a fiduciary responsibility, they also have a moral obligation to homeowners. The BOD needs to apply the CC&Rs fairly and with compassion.