2009-10-23 / Letters

Illegal Shareholder Tactics

Dear Editor,

It seems as if the ruling junta of Dayton Beach Park needs more time to cover their tracks and attempt to perpetuate their illegal regime. It is no secret that they regard the shareholders as "sheeple" to be manipulated in order to satisfy their own personal needs. The proposals to remove sitting Board members were not made at a duly convened meeting, be - cause, according to our by-laws, regularly scheduled meetings must be open to shareholders. When was the last time such a meeting was held? They are asking us to remove a member for allegedly using his position for "personal gain." Where are the facts? Are we supposed to take their word for these allegations? I don't think so, especially when they are not above using their positions to unfairly get prime parking spaces and other "perks." Then there is Joanne Smith and her merry band of running mates. The last ones "lied to get elected." Is this bunch any different? The last time Mike O'Connor was on the Board, he hardly ever showed up at meetings. Neil McLeod was on the Board when he and his wife voted and caused the confusion and expense of having a new election. The weak ex - cuse that he was voting his mother's proxy, well after the deadline for its submission, is totally ridiculous. Has he really paid the parking arrears he owed, or have they been mitigated like Joanne Smith's arrears? It's time to get rid of this whole mess and vote for new people who really have the best interests of all the shareholders at heart.

CATHLEEN NORTON

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