2022 Election Candidates
THE 2022 ELECTION IS COMPLETE. CONGRATULATIONS TO BENJAMIN LEVIN AND JIM ROTH ON BEING ELECTED TO THE BOARD. SEE RESULTS HERE.
ABOUT THE TAHOE DONNER BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Tahoe Donner’s board of directors is the governing body of the association and the force ultimately responsible for the direction and oversight of the affairs of the organization, including setting the annual assessment, approving capital projects, setting fines and fees and more. The board is made up of unpaid volunteers from a variety of backgrounds and is elected by the membership to act as representatives for the property owners of Tahoe Donner.
2022 CANDIDATES MEET + GREET
To view the June 4 Candidate Meet and Greet recordings, click below.
2022 CANDIDATE’S NIGHT
Links below go directly to that section of the video.
Welcome by Elections Committee, Steve Meyers
Welcome by Inspector of Elections, Brent P. Collinson, Moderator
Where do you stand on the Board’s decision on the Downhill Ski Lodge that was made on April 23, 2022 to approve the motion for Option D, a lodge size of approximately 24,490 square feet with a total cost not to exceed $23,419,661, with a continued effort to value engineering through the next phase for cost reductions that do not impact building functionality?
Please speak to concerns raised about the impact of climate change on the ski industry.
Please describe your top five budget priorities.
Cost allocation to amenity assessments and your definition of fiscal responsibility.
Tell us what additional fire mitigation steps should be undertaken.
Discuss the third road access egress matter.
Please tell us what you think Tahoe Donner should be doing that we are not regarding employee hiring and retention.
Talk about your views on short-term rentals in Tahoe Donner. Include your approach to amenity access and pricing vis-à-vis this group.
The amenity access policy is under revision. Tell us what changes you would like to see and could support.
Discuss your ideas about pricing structure for amenity access.
Trails and open space: discuss this topic around integrating hikers, horses, cyclists and e-bikes.
Discuss any or all of the following: revision of governing documents; timing of board meetings; relationship between board and management; achieving balance between member enjoyment and opportunity to create revenue streams from events or public access to amenities.
What can be done to address traffic concerns in Tahoe Donner related to speeding and congestion?