MESSAGE FROM TOM ROCKSTROH, CWCA PRESIDENT
After my first year on the Cape Windsor Board, it has become evident that the Cape Windsor I know today and the Cape Windsor I knew more than forty years ago has hit its tipping point for change.
The Board and I would like to thank all the Board members who volunteered their time over the last forty plus years to nurture and develop this community into the Great Place it is today, a community of thoughtful and caring neighbors.
This package includes two important items; the Assessment increase for 2021 and a document of proposed amendment changes to the existing By-Laws.
Cape Windsor’s 2022 Annual Assessment Increase
In prior years, November is the time the Board met with the homeowners to review the next year’s budget which determines that year’s assessment. Over the last few years, the attendance at the Budget meetings has declined to no more than 10% of our homeowners. This year we feel it is more important to communicate on time and at the same time to the entire community via mailing and electronic communication. As announced in August, the Board again presents the assessment for 2022. You will receive more detail in the next few weeks.
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Proposed Amendments to Cape Windsor’s By-Laws
Linked below are six proposed amendments to our current By-Laws. To adopt the changes fifty-one percent of the homeowners are needed to adopt the changes. Each amendment will be voted on.
One amendment addresses compensation for the Board Secretary. This would give the Board the flexibility to pay for secretarial services through one of two processes, pay the Board Secretary or recruit for a Secretary.
Please mail back page 5 with your votes no later than December 1, 2021 in the postage paid envelope enclosed.
Thank you for your support regarding these changes!