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Horizons Board of Directors Vote


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Aug 25, 2007
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Anyone have any insight into which of the candidates might be most inclined to have the interests of individual owners at heart?

Arnold J. Biondo Jr
Thomas Lawson
Sally Leahey
Kellie Meyer
Gilberto Pagan Vazquez
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Apr 3, 2007
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Clifton park, NY
I received that ballot too and didn't know quite what to do with it. If a tugger was on there and can let us know who they are, I would be inclined to vote for that person. But I have no clue so I'll be voting for all the new folks. Chose not to vote for the president since I have no idea if they're doing anything good. All I know is that they want to waive the fully funded reserves which makes me think they want to decrease the rainy day fund. It may help to keep MF's down in the short term, but seems we'll be one of those resorts that end up cutting corners because it doesn't have the money to properly maintain/replace/upgrade the property. If someone has any insight on the candidates, that would be great. Otherwise, for me, I'd like to change it up a bit.