I am writing this in response to Nancy Harlan’s recent letter.
When I vote for any person to serve on the POA board, I expect them to represent my interests in the boards deliberations. If an elected board member does not do so, he or she need not expect any further vote from me.
When the board put forth the proposal to divide the voting population into two tiers (one being a majority, and the second a minority) and imposing a huge increase in assessment fees only upon the minority, they were definitely not representing me. I had hoped that the voting public would see this mischief for what it was and vote it down, but this did not occur.
There is no way that I can regard the above proposal as an “act of good faith,” and can only suggest that it has engendered a lot of the resentment among the voters regarding subsequent actions of the board.

Robert Scheer
Hot Springs Village