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RCI Board of Directors 2020
Association I Lawrence Smith
Association III Shirley Waldvogel
Association IV William Martin
Association V Betty Sayers Pres.
Association VI Judy Larson
Association VII Michael Brooke
Treasurer William Katz
Secretary Margaret Vogan
Alternatives to Board of Directors 2020
Assoc I 1st Alt Lee Ann Blanco
Assoc I 2nd Alt William Katz
Assoc II 1st Alt
Assoc II 2nd Alt Aaron Cohn
Assoc III 1st Alt Florence Richman
Assoc III 2nd Alt Richard Kirschner
Assoc IV 1st Alt Richard Jensen
Assoc IV 2nd Alt John Walters
Assoc V 1st Alt Margaret Vogan
Assoc V 2nd Alt Stuart Schwalb
Assoc VI 1st Alt Jack Haydon
Assoc VI 2nd Alt Eileen Monroe
Assoc VII 1st Alt Mike Mohle
Assoc VII 2nd Alt Sheila Broderick
INFORMATION EVERY BOARD MEMBER SHOULD KNOW
The information contained in the PDF files below represent a wealth of information, not only for newly elected Board Members, but for those who have served previously. The topics covered are as follows:
All of the information is reproduced on this website with the permission of the Mulcahy Law Firm and is contained in their ASSOCIATION CHEAT SHEETS (Copyright 2010 Mulcahy Law Firm).
The information provides an extensive outline and review of what it means to be a member of a Board of Directors; the responsibilities and obligations in holding such a position; Association Documents and their legal effect and implementation and enforcement or amendment; how to enforce delinquencies; resources available to Board Members; Community Association Law highlights; how to deal with speeders and barking dogs; and Legislative bills that have been passed and are pending that affect Associations.
It must be remembered that those who serve on Boards of Directors assume a Fiduciary Responsibility to those they serve and represent. This obligation should not and cannot be taken lightly, for as a member of a Board you make decisions that affect those you govern, with financial and other implications. The most important concept is when you serve others and are responsible for their welfare and the community in which they live, what may be to your benefit or good for you, may not be so for those you represent. Your obligation is not to yourself but to the homeowners and residents you serve.