Only to owners at Grand Bellagio at Baywatch Condominium Association in Clearwater, Florida:
Please join an effort today to have placed on the agenda for a Bellagio Board meeting in the next 60 days two items for discussion:
1. Increasing the Board to either 5 or 7 members.
2. Adopting a Code of Ethics that sets standards of behavior for Directors.
Our 1.5 million dollar budget and broad range of responsibilities is too large to delegate to so few people. This year we have had two Directors resign as a result of internal squabbles.
A larger board would
-better represent all interests in the community
-avoid placing too much power into the hands of few people
-protect against an absence of leadership due to resignations
-offer a better chance for new ideas
Board meeting discussions are restricted to the items on the agenda. Thus a board can simply deny the members the chance to discuss something by not placing it on the agenda. A request to have these two items placed on the agenda has been ignored by the Board of Directors. So if you are interested in discussing these items and adopting these ideas, please sign this petition.
Only signatures from owners at Grand Bellagio at Baywatch Condominium Association in Clearwater, Florida, count. So please do not sign unless you are an owner.
Only one signature per unit.
Please tell your friends who are unit owners to sign. We must have signatures from 60 voting interests to get these items on the agenda. Neither should be items of lengthy discussion.
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