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As of the writing of the December 2003 newsletter it appears that the Directors of the Board want to prevent the homeowners from voting on important issues, such as the perimeter wall fence color as well as putting a stop to the conflict of interest of the husband/wife team Mr. Calvin Wilson and Mrs. Cheryl Wilson.

This newsletter is also available as a PDF download. (It is 6.5MB, be prepared!)



Please compare the above information with the non-information in the "official" newsletter.




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          Comments from readers about this page:      
Bel Fiore homeowner 0401011356
          I am intrigued by your newsletter and will most likely attend the next board of directors meetings.    
Marina Hills homeowner 0401011926
          I was overjoyed to receive your newsletter in the mail and to read this web site in greater detail. .... Thanks for your hard work in bringing this web site and newsletter together!  You have demonstrated a true spirit of democracy and I'm grateful!  We support your efforts and will do all we can to help return control of Marina Hills HOA to the homeowners of Marina Hills.    
Marina Hills homeowner 0401010844
          Thanks for taking on "City Hall". We almost took the board out in '97 but the courts favored the status quo, even though we had the votes! You have my support to correct the wrongs that exist.    
Terracina homeowner 0312301227
          Come to a HOA meeting to verify that it is really true
Page Last Updated February 6, 2004