Two director positions open for 2014 Tahoe Donner Board Election
Do you have ideas and skills that would be of benefit to the association? Are you interested in serving the Tahoe Donner community, shaping the association’s future and representing the best interests of all Tahoe Donner owners? Two director positions are up for election in 2014. Now is the time to think about running or suggesting the idea to someone you know. Candidate application packets are now available in the Member Services office at Northwoods Clubhouse or can be mailed upon request (call 530-587-9431). Deadline for application submission is May 1, 2014, 4 p.m. If you would like more information, contact the Elections Committee or see Frequently Asked Questions. Current members of the board would also welcome your questions.
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.
Serving as a director for Tahoe Donner Association carries many of the same duties and levels of responsibilities required to oversee any large business operation. Serving as a board member is a valuable, rewarding experience and an opportunity to act on behalf of fellow owners while protecting and enhancing the assets of the Tahoe Donner community.
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