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2017 POA Board Election

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Thank you for your interest in serving on the Property Owners Association Board of Directors at Quail Creek.

Please review the documents below to understand the expectations of an elected board member, qualifications as a candidate and guidelines for the election process.

POA Board Election Candidates

There are five POA Board members, two of whom are elected by the residents. These are two year terms and are staggered so that one of the positions is up for election each year. The annual election to fill one of the two resident-elected POA Board positions will be taking place in October/November. All elections - national, state or local - are important, but this one affects each homeowner in Quail Creek. The person elected will serve a two-year term representing all residents on the POA Board responsible for running our community and ensuring it continues to be the great place it is to live. 

Candidates must be homeowners in good standing prior to the start of the current election calendar. It is recommended that the candidate be a full-time resident and have previously served on at least one Board authorized committee. POA Board members must be willing and are obligated to participate in all Board meetings and assignments, including serving as a Liaison to various Board-appointed committees.  

Interested potential candidates should obtain a Candidate Packet from Guest Services (Concierge). This packet contains an introductory letter, guidelines for campaign etiquette, and a statement of intent. Once the required information is completed, the packet should be returned to Guest Services to the attention of the Chairperson – Election Committee. If the completed packet is received at Guest Services by 5pm on August 18, the candidate’s information will be included in an article in the September issue of the Quail Creek Crossing. The final deadline for submission of all completed packets is 5pm on September 11.

Being a POA Board member requires a commitment of time and energy, but the results can be so rewarding. You have the satisfaction of knowing you are making a positive contribution to the community in which you live. You can make a difference!


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