SPIC Annual Meeting – Very Important

It’s that time of year again, and we are a week away from a very important Sandy Point Improvement Company Annual General Meeting.  The meeting will be held this Saturday at Ferndale High School, 10am with the doors opening at 8:30am.  It is great when everyone can show up and participate in voting, as well as see the possible candidates speak for available positions.  Be sure to bring your proxy, as you should have received them in the mail within the last few weeks.

If you are unable to join the meeting, please be sure to mail your proxy in or provide it to a person you wish to vote on your behalf.  I would be honored to vote on anyone’s behalf, and would be happy to discuss with you directly why I would best represent you.  Getting proxies is critical, as it helps us reach a quorum and allows for a good number of shareholders to be represented.

Why do the votes matter so much?

  • We need people that act with integrity, and do not go against our by-laws, articles of incorporation, or employee handbook.
  • We need board members that want to improve this community, not act on their own personal agendas to benefit themselves or a friend.
  • Previous board members wasted TENS OF THOUSANDS of $$$ on the attorney, as they wanted to bully shareholders, or couldn’t act as a board.
  • Get people that want transparency in everything, not just as a buzzword they use in a sentence.
  • The great people of Sandy Point know the issues we face, and know the truth about the pains here on Sandy Point… it is time to fix them and improve.

Who do I personally recommend on the ballot?

Gary Kitching – He is currently running unopposed, though I’m about 99.9% positive that won’t happen.  In my time with Gary, everything he has done is by the book and how we are set up as a company.  He is insanely knowledgable, and hates to waste money, only wishing for it to go back to the community in the form of improvements and items that truly matter.  There is no leaning on the attorney for advice that could have been answered between the 7 people elected by the shareholders.  People have been messing with SPIC over the last few years, and it is time to stop.  Gary wants to help in stopping that.

Alicia Beck – I am not familiar with the other 2 candidates, so I will speak for Alicia.  She, like me, has been here at Sandy Point for much of her time.  She loves this community to the point of  building the home she wishes to spend her time in.  Incredibly rational, kind hearted, and truly wants what is best for this company and community.  She had her unfortunate difficulties early on with SPIC, and knows the frustrations that many shareholders have had with SPIC, and wants to become a part of the solution to improve our community.

Please be sure to attend the meeting, as this is our community, our home, and it matters who is in charge of improving it for the better.  You may not think that your area is affected, but I can promise you, it is.  Wherever you are with SPIC, your area has been discussed over the year, so I can assure you that your vote matters.

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