On-Line Voting Form

Annual Meeting - Monday, April 16, 2018

7:30 PM – Towne Meadows Elementary – 1101 N. Recker Rd, Gilbert, AZ
Please review the candidates and their biographies. Scroll to the bottom of this page to select the candidates you have decided to vote for then click on the "Submit" button.  All votes must be submitted by 12:00PM the day of election.

If you are unsure who to vote for, please still enter your Voter Identification Number and select the "Quorum Only" box.
A note about the Towne Meadows candidates running for election
Tony Curry - Incumbent: I have been on the Towne Meadows HOA board for the past 6 years and President for the past 4 years. I have also helped with the Social Committee for the past 12 years. My goals for the community is to keep our HOA dues low while maintaining a beautiful, safe, three to four social events a year, and a welcoming community. Thank you for the opportunity to serve you all for another two years.
Carissa Kelley - Incumbent: I am an owner/resident of Towne Meadows since August 2001. I take pride in our neighborhood and want to be a part of its success. I am a licensed real estate broker for over 15 years and my experience is in commercial and multi-property management. My skill set and can-do attitude will be an asset to our HOA board. I look forward to continuing to be an active member of our community by serving my neighbors to the best of my ability.” Carissa has been a Board member since 2012.
Ty Cranford - Incumbent: My name is Ty Cranford and I have served on the board for 3 years. I have owned my home in the community of Towne Meadows for the past nine years. I have enjoyed participating in the community events alongside my wife Shelly Cranford who currently assists with the activity committee for Towne Meadows. I have two children which motivates me to make sure we have the best and safest community possible. Professionally, for the past 25 years, I have held a management position which has taught me how to work with and understand people and always have a goal to seek common ground when trying to resolve differences.
Tony Curry - Incumbent: I have been a board member for the past 3 years, part of the social committee for the past 8 years, and board President for the past year. My goal has always been to cut expenses, keep our community beautiful, and most importantly, keep our HOA dues low. Thank you for giving me a chance to serve you and for the chance to continue to serve this wonderful community.
Penny Moody - Incumbent: I have been a Towne Meadows homeowner for over twenty-four years and feel it is a great place to live in. I have been on the board for over twelve years and assisted with many of the improvements made. I would like to continue volunteering my services to the Homeowners Association.
Allen Woodruff - Incumbent: I've lived in Towne Meadows since December 2003. I work as a Facilities Manager and I’m aware of & involved in many of the processes that the HOA must do to take care of the common areas and needs. I tend to be frugal in nature and have made an effort to ensure that TMHOA continues to be in good financial standing and continue operating without increasing HOA fees. Allen has been a board member since 2007.
Randolph Gault - Incumbent: I have served on TM HOA Board for over ten years. Held previous position of secretary. Have lived in TM for 24 years.
Scott Wilcock: I absolutely love the Towne Meadows community and would like to assist by playing a more active role. I have previously served on many non-profit and advisory boards and would love to share my diverse experience and background. I am currently finishing my last term as an officer on a non-profit board and will have some extra time to devote to our outstanding neighborhood. I think the homeowner’s association board has done an awesome job keeping us current and providing excellent activities. I would like to enhance their efforts by lending a helping hand and fresh perspective!
 James McManus: Hello, my name is Jim McManus and I have lived in Towne Meadows since 2012. I love living in this quiet, well-kept community. If elected as your Board Member, my word to you is that I will get all of your communications, whether they are issues or improvements you want addressed. I will also be proactive, looking for what’s next for us as a community while keeping costs low. Thank you for your time.
John Anderson: My family and I have lived in Shamrock Estates for 2 years now. I have owned and operated my business for the last 12 years. I have three children ranging from 4 years old to 18 years old. I am a very passionate and driven individual and believe that I would make a great addition to the board. I love that our community is filled with so many families and would like to help keep it a family friendly community and want to make it the best it can be.
**Notice: In accordance to TowneMeadows Homeowners Association By-Laws, in order to vote at the annual meeting, you must be current in payment of all funds owed the association. If you are not current in payment of all funds owed the Association by 12:00PM the day before the meeting, please consider this official notice of suspension of your voting rights. Should you have any questions about your eligibility or to request a hearing, contact the association at 480-813-6788.
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Surplus Funds Roll-over Vote
Each year the Association annual budget is prepared to meet the financial needs of the community during the year. In some cases, there may be a small surplus of funds that could be rolled into the following year to help offset future assessment increases.

IRS Revenue Ruling 70-604 requires the membership to vote in favor of rolling any excess funds forward into the next tax year or the excess could be taxed at 30%.

Opinion Poll 
Would you support replacing the existing play structure with a new structure?

What elements would you like to see in a new play structure?

Comment
Opinion Poll 2
Each year the Association annual budget is prepared to meet the financial needs of the community during the year. In some cases, there may be a small surplus of funds that could be rolled into the following year to help offset future assessment increases.

IRS Revenue Ruling 70-604 requires the membership to vote in favor of rolling any excess funds forward into the next tax year or the excess could be taxed at 30%.

Comment
Opinion Poll 3
Each year the Association annual budget is prepared to meet the financial needs of the community during the year. In some cases, there may be a small surplus of funds that could be rolled into the following year to help offset future assessment increases.

IRS Revenue Ruling 70-604 requires the membership to vote in favor of rolling any excess funds forward into the next tax year or the excess could be taxed at 30%.

Comment
Opinion Poll 4
Each year the Association annual budget is prepared to meet the financial needs of the community during the year. In some cases, there may be a small surplus of funds that could be rolled into the following year to help offset future assessment increases.

IRS Revenue Ruling 70-604 requires the membership to vote in favor of rolling any excess funds forward into the next tax year or the excess could be taxed at 30%.

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The Voter ID number is unique to each owner. The unique ID number and absentee ballot are mailed to each owner using their billing address. We hope this, ground breaking system, will increase participation.