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The current representatives for 2017

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Villas I Board of Directors (Units 155-175)
Paul Kerpam (President/LLC Rep)
paulkerpan@gmail.com
Gail Young (member)
younggail43@hotmail.com
Selma Salmons (member)
selmasalmons@twcny.rr.com

Hilltop Villas 1 & 2 Board Of Directors (Units 211-330)
Scott Williams (president)
spjb24@gmail.com
Robert Ficken (VP)
fickenst.thomas@gmail.com
Mark Farrell (director)
judgefarrell@aol.com
Chuck Keltch (secretary/treasurer)
cfkeltch@charter.net
John Enrietto (director; LLC rep)
johnbe@embarqmail.com

Hilltop Villas 3 Board Of Directors (Units 100-154, 200-210)
John Enrietto (president)
johnbe@embarqmail.com
Robert Ficken (VP)
fickenst.thomas@gmail.com
Randy Knight (secretary/treasurer)
rhk0206@gmail.com
Mark Farrell (member; LLC rep)
judgefarrell@aol.com
Arlen Harris (member)
arlen@prolunch.com

Pirates Pension Board Of Directors (Units 392-422)
Harry Doerr (president)
doerrway@me.com
Carol Keltch (VP)
cjkeltch@charter.net
Thomas Houghton (director/LLC rep)
tchoughton@aol.com
Joseph Caltone (secretary/treasurer)
caltonejoe@aol.com
Margartet Patterson (member)
margaretmhp@yahoo.com

 
QUESTION: One resort but four (4) associations, can you explain this to me?
ANSWER: Bluebeard's Castle is made up of four (4) separate associations. Many owners wonder why this is. The answer is based on when the resort was initially founded. The original developer had the resort's legal documents drawn up this way thus we have one resort but four separate legal entities or associations.

QUESTION: What is an LLC rep?
ANSWER: After the settlement, the 4 associations (on the advice of legal counsel) had to form a LLC to receive the settlement funds. The LLC, called GREAT VISTAS, is the body that determines consensus between associations for items like care of the common grounds and other issues. PLEASE NOTE: one does not need to be a Board member to sit on the LLC board. The appointment is entirely up to the sitting board.

QUESTION: What can a Board member do with our money?
ANSWER: The Board members elected can do what they feel is best with your maintenance fees. Some members, in the past, felt it best to try to build reserves while other, more recent members have decided to lower fees to appear to give owners a break. Ultimately this will lead to a special assessment like the one that the Beach Club just had in 2011.

If Board members want to have meetings in St. Thomas, you pay for their trip. With technology we have today, many see this as a waste of funds. Why not use Skype or some other means to communicate? Maybe some Board members feel that they are entitled to a free trip on your money. Be informed and vote. Change is a good thing.

ASK QUESTIONS.

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