Election Results: Vote Count Needs to be Published
The last election was the third we have had for Glenbrooke Community Association Board of Directors. There is a concern about the way the results of the election were handled. The tabulated results have never been posted or published. Why not? It is possible that viewing the tabulated votes can cause some uneasiness on the part of candidates, but that goes with the territory.
Residents will soon take over the Board and be responsible for conducting business in accordance with the law.
The Davis-Stirling Act requires that:
The tabulated results of the election shall be promptly reported to the board of directors of the association and shall be recorded in the minutes of the next meeting of the board of directors and shall be available for review by members of the association. Within 15 days of the election, the board shall publicize the tabulated results of the election in a communication directed to all members. Civil Code §1363.03(g)`
Residents have a right to know this information.
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