On-Line Voting Form

Annual Meeting - Thursday, April 4, 2019

6:30 PM – Coronado Ranch Elementary – 4333 South DeAnza Blvd, 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 CoronadoCandidates Running for Election
Marilyn McKenzie : Coronado Ranch resident since 2002 and current treasurer on the Board. As an original owner she has seen the community change as it continues to grow & mature. As treasurer she has both learned how the association is managed plus what is involved in the daily operations of your community. Currently works for BMO Harris Bank as a Business Banking Coordinator with extensive experience in both bank accounting & operations in the community banking field.
Renee Joffrion : A resident of this community since 2002, a member of the community’s ARC since 2005 and the Board of Directors since 2011. I have enjoyed my experience on the ARC and Board of Directors, helping residents realize one of the most important concepts of a viable community is in its leadership’s responsiveness, within the legal and fiscal limits, to continue making this community a safe and attractive place for themselves and their families to live.
Dwain Lambrigger: Dwain is currently serving on the Coronado Ranch board of directors as the Secretary. He has been on the board for fourteen years in various capacities including, President, Vice President, Secretary, and Member at Large. He is passionate about this community and wants to continue to work at improving what the residents of Coronado Ranch have.
Jim O'Shea Qualifications and experience: • Master’s Degree in Public Administration, Graduate of the FBI National Academy, 30 years of Law enforcement experience • Served as Board President, Vice President, Secretary, member of Architectural Committee and liaison to landscaper. • Attended basic and advance classes on HOA management • Coordinated the Shindig for the last 5 years I am committed to listening to your concerns. I will also work hard to keep our community a desirable place to buy, and a great place to live! I thank you for your prior support and hope to earn your vote again.
Bob Hicks Current Board President • Has served on the board since turnover from the developer in 2003 • A local small business owner for the last 23 years. • Board member NFAZ I have enjoyed working on behalf of the community for the last 13 years. During this time I along with the other board members have pursued a vision for our community that includes bettering the facilities ( splash pad, shading at the playgrounds, the gopher park wall ), managing and maintaining the existing features and communicating with the membership at large. One of the most important things that a board can do is communicate. We have done that in several ways first with the newsletter, I have written an article to cover items that need to be addressed and changes to the community. Second we have
My name is Terry Don (Melinda Imig-Spencer). 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.
My name is Joe Curly (Melinda Imig-Spencer). 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.
My name is John Anderson (Melinda Imig-Spencer). 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.
My name is John Anderson (Melinda Imig-Spencer). 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.
My name is John Anderson (Melinda Imig-Spencer). 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 CoronadoCandidates 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
Hotdogs at the Shindigs cost $2,500 each event. Should we continue to serve hotdogs – or should those resources be used to fund more activities at the community event?


Comment
Bylaw Amendment 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%.

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.