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  • Donald Moore

Donald Moore



I am the Director of Operations at a medical software company. I have a master's in business administration and over 40 years of experience in project management and cost control. I am passionate about reducing unnecessary spending and giving the community a voice in determining how and for what funds should be spent.

Purchasing my home here in 2014, I witnessed the litigation, which ended with the Property Owner’s Association eventually acquiring the Shoreline and Harbour Point Golf Courses to prevent development by Midsouth.

Open spaces should not be sold off. We need to establish mandates to protect them from development. Owners who purchase homes with open spaces should not worry that someday, buildings will obstruct their views. Once the land is gone, it's gone forever.

As a fellow homeowner, I understand the frustration of dealing with a Property Owners Association Board that may seem disconnected from our shared vision. Unfortunately, our current Board has lost the trust of many homeowners due to their lack of transparency and communication.

This year, the US Government posted the Cost of Living at a 3.2 percent increase, and our POA dues increased from $1,173 to $1,395, a staggering 19% increase. This rise, which may not benefit most property owners significantly, results from uncontrolled spending and a lack of restrictions on the Board of Directors. I understand the hardship this can pose, particularly for those on fixed incomes.

Your active involvement is not just important; it's crucial in shaping our community. If there's a desire for a Club House, it's only fair that homeowners have a say in its design and location. Similarly, decisions such as relocating the POA management office from a centralized location to a spot behind security gates, which would limit public access, should be made with your active participation. Your involvement empowers you and fosters a stronger sense of community ownership.

The community needs a strong and conservative budget that incorporates disaster planning and is clear and concise. All aspects of the budget should be readily available to homeowners.

Thank you for your support,

Donald Moore

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