Ammenities Sale to Jacobs Casino Group

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  • #6880

    Editor
    Moderator

    Any comments about the proposal to transfer the amenities (golf course, swimming pool, tennis courts, etc.) to Jacobs Casino Group? See attached file.

    #6879

    glasswiz
    Member

    Yeah ! This is going to be like poking a hornets nest with a sharp stick.

    #6881

    vsimons
    Participant

    Skip,
    Thanks for posting the “Contribution and Option Agreement” so POA Members can read it BEFORE the “Open” Meeting tonight at 6pm at the Community Center. The “Closed” Meeting starts at 5pm.

    [POA Decisions are discussed and MADE in Closed meetings and DISCLOSED at Open meetings.]

    Members should attend tonight’s meeting to see what is “DISCLOSED” about this important proposed Agreement to lease/sell our amenities. According to the Agenda, Members will have the opportunity to ask questions, which usually must be written on a form and submitted at the meeting.

    #6882

    QueenMercury
    Member

    What entity would then collect the POA dues? And what changes might current members expect in the use of amenities and privileges?

    #6883

    Elena Weber
    Participant

    There are many concerns about this!! Why drop this on the members when the election is so close. The new board should have a voice in this, not this group? One of the big things to be concerned about is para II c, which extends the initial term lease option of 10 years to additional terms totaling 50 years. Does this board expect the POA not to begin expiring in 2020? All this basically free stuff to Jacobs guests is a laugher if not so abhorrent!!!

    #6884

    glasswiz
    Member

    QueenMercury – 2014-05-21 2:45 PM

    What entity would then collect the POA dues? And what changes might current members expect in the use of amenities and privileges?

    It does no good to ask those questions here. Go to the meeting and ask them.

    #6885

    glasswiz
    Member

    I really cannot see a casino hotel being built without its own pool facility.

    #6886

    JBots
    Participant

    It is not a matter of who collects the dues. It’s who gives them the right to sell my property!!!!!!. I can’t believe the Golfer’s aren’t carrying signs and protesting the sale of one of their golf courses and taking control over the other. Seems there is no limit to what they will do to get what they want no matter how much it hurts the rest of us.
    I’ll bet the fix is aready in and the deal already done. He’s got his 6 rubber stamped votes. Don’t worry you will still be able to get a tee time after 5:30pm on thursdays…..

    PLEASE VOTE !!!!!!!!! PLEASE VOTE !!!!!!!!!! Take back control of our community!!!!!

    #6887

    JRQuinot
    Participant

    Why are we just hearing about this now?????

    #6888

    glasswiz
    Member

    Maybe the POA board (or at least six) should be tarred and feathered and run out of town.

    #6889

    wayne king
    Participant

    Who owns ” Diamondhead Properties”, that is the other party to this agreement not the Jacobs group, I was under the impression that Diamondhead Properties was the Percell organization? Confuseing to me who we are doing business with. Just not enough info.

    #6891

    agc409
    Participant

    I say we band together and call a special meeting of the DPOA. In accordance with our bylaws: Section 3.2 Special Meeting. A special meeting of the members of the Corporation may be called at any time by a majority of the Directors, the President, or by at least ten percent (10%) of the members of the Corporation except as otherwise provided by statute or in the articles of incorporation or any amendment thereto.

    Section 3.4: In the case of special meetings, no business other than that specified in the notice of meeting shall be transacted at such special meeting.

    Section 3.7: On any matter other than the election of Officers and Directors which may come before a membership meeting, members in good standing shall be entitled to cast one vote for each parcel of property owned by them and upon which assessments are being charged (other than exempt developer lots).

    Doesn’t anyone here have a legal background and could lead the charge to file an injunction?

    #6892

    QueenMercury
    Member
    #6893

    ofenner
    Member

    Evidently, we are “subjects” and not “owners” by the board. Because of past complacency, we’re not considered for consultation.

    #6894

    agc409
    Participant

    We are members of the corporation and do have some power. By the way, if the property south of I-10 belongs to the dpoa, us, why is it a foregone conclusion that we even want a casino there?

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