Unexpected Irregularities during Marina Hills Voting Process
Presently the Marina Hills homeowners are voting on the acceptance of an amendment to Section 8.18 of the CC&Rs. This amendment would allow parking in the driveway of our homes and extent the time to one or two hours that a garage door may stay open.
The homeowner who initiated the petition for this change of the CC&Rs and Keystone Pacific personnel met on Monday, December 1, 2003, to log in, before the deadline at noon on December 2, 2003, the more than 400 proxies collected by homeowners .
During this meeting a large number of proxies were rejected by Mrs. Kylie Powell from Keystone Pacific for the reason that the person having signed was not on title. Specifically a number of proxies were rejected because "the person who signed is not on title and is a renter."
SaveMarinaHills.org took a sample of these rejected proxies, cross-checked them against the Orange County public records and found the alleged renter to actually be a homeowner on title with the county. Therefore these proxies were rejected wrongfully by Keystone Pacific.
In order to alert the Board of this matter the following open letter was sent to the Law Offices Of Richard Tinnelly.
Reaction to this letter:
This letter was faxed to the Law Offices of Mr Tinnelly on Tuesday, December 2, 2003.
As of Thursday, December 4, 2003, no response has been received. No official statement was made in the meeting of the Special Meeting of the District Delegates on December 3, 2003.
Rumor has it, that as a reaction to the above letter,
the Board of Directors and/or Keystone Pacific and/or the Law Offices
of Richard Tinnelly might be checking the proxies signers against the
county recorders database.
As of December 6, no response has been received.
As of December 13, no response has been received.
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