The PLCA Board strikes gain … now at the heart of the Unit Owners Committee (aka UOC).
The board snatched the subcommittees away from the UOC, renamed them, and changed the guidelines so that now you don’t even have a UOC/Resident liaison on each advisory group – the board decided the employees will have more of a say than the residents!
If you’d like to hear the board’s “deliberations/discussions” (or lack thereof) … following is an audio clip from the April 18th PLCA Board where the board members approved this latest coup:
At the end of this post you will find the newly “revised” “Amenity Advisory Groups Guidelines” and the “Amenity Guidelines” (these used to be called Subcommittees and, once upon a time, they reported to the Unit Owners Committee).
Unless the UOC/Voting Representatives and residents object, this pretty much kills the UOC. Their future meetings will be about the minutes, the dates of meetings, and what the board did in the last meeting. Without the sub-committees, the UOC will not even get to see the Requests for Funds as the sub-committees are now Board Committees.
p.s. if you want to know what the current policies are (as of today) you’d better make copies since this board thinks it is acceptable to changes policies as quickly as they can change their golf socks. We gotta problem that is starting to gather speed.