On-Line Voting Form

Annual Meeting - Monday, April 23, 2018

7:00 PM – Patterson Elementary School – 615 S Cheshire Rd, Mesa, 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 ParkwoodAnnual Running for Election
Thomas Finn I have lived in Parkwood Ranch for twenty years and have served on the board in various capacities the last seven years. I have twenty five years of extensive executive level experience in planning and budgeting. I would like to continue serving our community and help it grow further. I ask for your vote and pledge to continue to be open minded, fair and prudent when it comes to handling community business. Thank you for your consideration.
Tom Licht I am from Chicago. I’ve been in Arizona for 13 years and Parkwood Ranch for 2½. I worked for 30 years managing commercial construction and now I manage homeowners’ associations. I have served 10 years on 4 HOA boards, including most of the past 2 years on the Parkwood Ranch board. I left a few months ago due to a work conflict. I am available again and am willing to serve another term.
Brandon Clark Hi, my name is Brandon Clark and I have lived in Parkwood Ranch for over 18 years now. I have seen many changes take place over the years in our neighborhood and I want to see Parkwood Ranch remain a great neighborhood to live in. As a board member I feel I can help voice the concerns of many of the great people and families that live in our community.
Travis Richards I have lived in the community for 9 years. I have served on the Architectural Committee and have been a member of the board for four years. I would like to be elected to the Board and be able to serve a full term, to continue to do all I can help to support and maintain our great community. My professional background is in Information Technology (IT). I have worked in the industry for over 18 years. Throughout my IT career I have had many management positions and have been responsible for many large projects and budgets.”
Dan Atherstone I have had experience serving on two community boards in Southern California: The Diamond Valley Arts Counsel, which advances art education programs, and helps furnish art sites in several communities there, The Hemet Library Foundation, which raises funds and organizes projects for the Hemet Public Library and its related programs, including music and genealogy. Before retiring I worked in heavy engineering construction, estimating and inspection. I am familiar with paving, grading, concrete work, storm drains, sewer and water. My wife and I enjoy out home in Parkwood Ranch and would like to become involved in the community.
Nicholas Caudle Hello, my name is Nicholas Caudle. I am looking to be voted for a position on our H.O.A. Committee. A little about myself. I am retired from the United States Navy. While on active duty I was a cryptologist (Navy Intelligence). I stay at home, this would give me something to do not just for myself but for my community. I ask that you please vote if not for me please vote for someone that is perfect for the position they are going to hold. Respectfully, Nicholas Caudle.
Emily OLoughlin My family and I have been in the neighborhood for a year now. Although we're a newer addition, I’m very familiar with the area! I was born and raised not too far from here and I am also a licensed real estate agent that specialized in the East Valley. I want to see Parkwood Ranch continue to be a great community! I look forward to the opportunity of serving our neighborhood by taking steps in safety, activities, and growth. My goal in serving is to have a highly sought-after neighborhood that attracts great people and families that want to join our community.
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 ParkwoodAnnual 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 be in favor of enforcing on street parking?

 

Comment
Opinion Poll
The Board of Directors would like your opinion on the following question:

Would you be in favor of lighting the interior walkways with solar lighting similar to what was installed in the parks & gazebos?  

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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.