Sound Business Practices – Background Checks for Board Candidates

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    The Diamondhead community is losing two of the most intelligent people I have known here at Diamondhead, Ms. Pat and Mr. Lou Fuchs.  The interest they have taken in Diamondhead has had no motive other than improving the governing system that we have to manage the POA.  When they leave, we will still be left with small minded people such as our board member, Don Crosby, who’s only demonstrated mental capability is to label people with whom he disagrees with names such as malcontents’, stupid or be on stupid, and call them scary.  He has taken this right and task upon himself to label people with names with whom he has had no contact, no ideal of their education, or knowledge of their work history or their management capabilities or skills.  Don Crosby is a very good example and of the non-capable person who cares less about the wishes of the community members that we have chosen to elect in recentDo-The-Right-Thing_compressed years to manage our community.  He is the poster boy for the type of individual who should never have been a board member.  Don Crosby’s belligerent attitude toward community members and lack of ability to manage is why we have proposition 3 to vote on in this coming election.

    We have been electing these people as board members by taking their resumes as truthful.  This probably is why we have ended up with so many people on the board who have demonstrated a complete lack of any ability to manage a property business such as Diamondhead.  Having property management back ground should be a requirement to hold office.  Also through a third party, a background check and credit check should be made on anyone running for office along with reference checks.  This is what a well-run business does when hiring a new employee, and we should require no less in hiring our non-profit company Officers and Board Members.
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