Board of Directors > Election 2016Election 2016
Five candidates ran for two available seats in this year’s election, with Mr. Darius Brooks and Mr. Jeff Schwerdtfeger each being elected to a three-year term.
To follow is a “Quorum Summary” for the 2016 Director Election:
|Type of Ballot||Ballots Cast||Votes Cast|
|Ballots with Candidates Votes||1,866||3,572|
|Quorum Purposes Only||104||N/A|
|Members Eligible to Vote||6,348|
|Required Quorum 25%||1,587|
*Note: corrections have been made on the above chart since its original publication.
|Total Ballots Counted||1,970|
|Total Ballots Received||2,011|
If you have any questions about the election, you may send an email to our Elections Committee Chair.
- You may still view all candidate statements. The statements were also included in the voter packets, which were mailed May 23.
- Candidates’ Night Video: If you were unable to attend Candidates’ Night on June 4, a video of the entire event has been uploaded for you to view online.
About the Tahoe Donner Board of Directors
Tahoe Donner Association is a self–directed common interest development governed by a five-member board of directors; each director is elected for a three-year term. The board governs the financial management and general operation of the association. The annual budget of the association, including revenue, expenses, annual assessments, and required reserve funds are in excess of $18.5 million per year. Operations include the physical management and maintenance of the association’s common areas, operation of the resort amenities, and enforcement of the land-use restrictions and architectural standards that both create and maintain the unique character of Tahoe Donner. Important ongoing business activities include management of the 2030 General Plan, fiscal monitoring of the association’s amenities, approval of the annual budget (operating and reserves), and utilization of open spaces.
Qualifications for Serving on the Board of Directors
A candidate must: 1) Be an owner of at least a 25 percent interest in a Tahoe Donner residential property, 2) Be in good standing with the association (all assessments paid and not subject to any suspension of membership privileges). Owners are not eligible if a co-owner of their Tahoe Donner property is currently serving on the board, they are employees of the association or if they have held two consecutive terms of office on the board. There is NO requirement that owners be full-time or part-time residents.
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