Kevin D. Hubred – AMS, CCAM, PCAM
Annual disclosure of CID Industry Certifications
Active member of the California Association of Community Managers (CACM). Obtained Certified Community Association Manager (CCAM) certificate on September 27, 2001. Re-certification is September 30, 2020.
Active member of the California Association Institute (CAI). Obtained the Association Management Specialist (AMS) certification on July 25, 2008 and the Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) designation on April 15, 2009. Recertification for AMS and PCAM is August 1, 2021.
Leznik vs. Oakmont Village Association: Oakmont and the Board prevailed over the lawsuit filed by member and past board president, Ellen Leznik. There were four causes of action against Oakmont for failure to follow civil codes regarding the August 8, 2019 membership notice and ballot measure to increase assessments greater than the previous year’s budget. There was also an action to obtain an injunction to block the purchase of the Oakmont Golf course. The case was heard on Wednesday November 27, 2019. On December 30, 2019 the judge made the following ruling:
Judgment: “Judgment entered in favor of the defendant and entered against plaintiff; defendant does not owe plaintiff any money on plaintiffs claim.”
This lawsuit cannot be appealed by the plaintiff.
Concrete Replacement: The concrete located near the Petanque Courts, Shuffleboard Courts, the maintenance office and the parking area on the east side of the Berger center needed replacement due to severe cracking and/or uneven slabs, mainly due to tree roots. Many of these areas were trip hazards. The concrete slabs should last for another 50 years!
Annual Meeting and Election of Directors: Oakmont’s annual membership meeting and election of directors is scheduled for the first Monday in April and will be held on April 6, 2020. The meeting will start at 10:00 a.m. and the ballots for the election of directors will be tabulated on the same day. Self-Nominations will be accepted until COB on February 1, 2020. Applications are available on the Oakmont website and at the OVA office. Candidates Night is scheduled for February 26, 2020.
Spotlight Report – Roberts Rules of Order: The Oakmont Village Association’s governing documents require the association to follow Bobs rules of order at their meetings. One stipulation is that they must follow a proper procedure to discuss items on the agenda, which is to make a motion, followed by a second motion, then discussion between the board members. This process must be followed before a formal vote is called. At OVA, they further the discussion with the members, allowing them to opine on the subject at hand.
The GM and/or the Board creates a written resolution that the Board uses regarding all items on the agenda. The resolution may be the way the author of the resolution may wish the Board would go on the subject and may be the best consideration for the Board at that time. However, the Board, after discussion amongst themselves and allowing member input, may wish to go in a different direction than the original resolution and may opt to table, postpone or amend the motion after discussion ensued.
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