As a member of the Ranch on Silver Creek Sub Association I request that the board: 1. Clearly identify and publish to the membership what the concerns are that have prompted the hiring of an attorney to investigate Construction Defects in our community. 2. Not vote on this issue alone and instead the community should decide via a membership vote whether to pursue legal action against William Lyon Homes. 3. Raise these concerns to William Lyon Homes in a cooperative manner that is not through filing an SB800 or other litigation, preferably through the William Lyons Warranty Department. Through conversation with William Lyon Homes, we have been told that the SubAsociation Board has not given them the opportunity to discuss all the defects and warranty options. 4. Allow William Lyon Homes adequate time to address all issues that have been identified. 5. After 6 months, if the Board is not satisfied with William Lyons handling of the situation they will publish a summary of the items and the results of their work with William Lyon Homes to the membership. At this time the Board should revisit the issue and determine whether they need to pursue the matter further. If they decide that litigation is the best step forward a membership vote should still be required.