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Our angel is Wifi, it will make the village more desirable and will be available to help everyone and save money, all for $3 per month. But you must tell your Delegate to vote this Friday to put the WiFi $3 back in our budget for next year.
The Finance Committee has changed its mind, money in, money out, mostly without attending WiFi information meetings, too much personal political nonsense IMHO.
The Executive Board could straighten things out today, but don't count on it. Its the WiFi symbol
THE BUDGET DOWN.......DELEGATES If the Delegates who represent the
people can't change the budget to add or take out and vote on it,
Then it is time to VOTE THE BUDGET DOWN let the officers and
committees go back to the drawing board and sharpen their pencils and
brains. A side note...I pay 30.00 approx for internet. Some people
don't have internet because of this cost. Many children would love to
give their parent or parents a tablet or some other form of
communications. But, the parents know they can't afford this
amount per month. But, with wi-fi we can all enjoy talking and
seeing our families for a fraction of this cost per month.We
need to think about what $3.00 for wi-fi can really save us in
the long run. THINK HARD AND CLEAR... -- Posted By
The following recent opinion from our UCO Attorney clearly states that funding the Reflection Bay case cannot be made a common expense:
"Note that Community Services does not include any charges for financing the opposition to development of housing on golf courses. Therefore, the Delegate Assembly would not have authority to impose such a charge on each Building without an amendment to the Bi-Lateral Agreement approved by each Building."
A copy of the Bi-lateral agreement may be found in the sidebar under the heading "Core Documents"..... BILATERAL AGREEMENT
Internet is an integral part of everyday life for many of us now,
people work, play, date, blog, and socialize online. Which is a
pretty stunning revelation for a technology that only hit the
mainstream in the 1990s. (This may include you, and certainly your
means the Internet surely ranks pretty highly on a make-believe list
of life’s essentials.
asked you, What Would You Give Up Before The Internet? We had
a great response, ...
people would give up before the Internet include their smartphone,
free time, car, expensive clothes, TV, guns, sugar, caffeine, radio,
alcohol, scotch whisky, and… asparagus.
thing to take away from this discussion is the number of things that
a device such as a PC, tablet, or smartphone with a good Internet
connection can replace. It would actually be quite easy to give up
TV, radio, games, newspapers, books, etc. when alternatives to
these are all available online.
This graphic depicts a 24 hour cycle of Global INTERNET activity.
Wi-Fi will provide our Village with Campus wide INTERNET connectivity for an incredibly low cost.
Play the graphic and see how dynamic it is; the power of this communications model is incredible, Delegates, enable CV to roll continuously forward into the 21st century; Wi-Fi is an amenity this Village should have - now only the Delegates can snatch victory from the jaws of the de-funding, defeat!
Your Wi-Fi committee is ready to roll, restore the funding, and make it happen.
Sunday Dave Israel packages and emails up to 10 sets of minutes and
other information often with multiple attachments. Remarkable effort
spending your weekend time to keep us informed through IFFI.
am up to date and so is our Assoc bulletin board. Pretend its a WiFi rose.
looked at the Court docket, I see Reflection
Bay has until October 14 to respond to the Court panel’s questions.
It would be logical that the “perpetuity clause” is
one of these (IMHO). Then researchers will prepare information for
the judges. It was the
county attorney who indicated that it could be “several months”
before the judicial panel issues any kind of ruling.
what is my point - that PRPC will not help their cause or the
village by protracted arguing at the next Delegate Assembly. Their
claims that they can somehow 'insure' their desired results at this
time is wishful thinking. It is time to wait.
what is going on with PRPC. If you look at their blog its the same
old "Give money - Save the Village" sorry that is not a
plan and only adds to the disillusionment that is fogging the
How do you deal with a renter who has an 22 year old living with her and a lot of shady visitors.
Her water was shut due to no payment, she uses a garden hose for water. Her gate access privileges are void. H E L P !!
interesting piece on golf from across the whole state - ownership
of golf courses are costly to relationships within the community:
neighbor turning against neighbor. (CV is
proving never owning a golf course can have the same effect.) Final
love to play golf? Great! Buy a home very close to a golf course, but
not in a community that owns a golf course." http://www.hoa-condoblog.com/JBBlog9613.html
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not take WiFi for the village as a certainty. There are people here
who would rather pay $25-40 and more per month for themselves, rather than vote for $3/month to let
everyone have WiFi. Bob you hit the nail on the head.
you are a Delegate be prepared for the WiFi discussion at the next
Delegate Assembly, talk to your neighbors so you can represent their