Saturday, March 01, 2014

Write-in candidate for Fiddler's Creek Foundation for April 8

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Re: the email we received yesterday from the Verinders (how did they get our email address?), we wonder why Marshall Sutker was not on the ballot of candidates for Homeowner Representative Director sent to us by the Foundation.  Was he late applying, or did he apply and was not approved? Does anyone know?
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  1. Who is Marshall Sutker?

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  2. I will be happy to talk or meet with you and provide answers to your questions; my contact information is in the email you received. I will say I did not contemplate running until I read Mr. Badessa's bio attached to the ballot materials and realized, with horror, we could end up with four directors who were potentially financially dependent on the developer's good-will.

    I do encourage all who have mislaid their ballots to get a new one from the Membership Office and vote, desirably for me as a write-in candidate in the manner suggested in the emails most of you have received.

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  3. More questions about homeowner representative:
    Ms. Ohye, I think, is currently the homeowner rep, but her resume does not state this. Is she the incumbent?
    Mr. Badessa has "Fiddlers Creek Management" as a client -- what exactly is Fiddlers Creek Management? Part of the FC Foundation? In charge of hiring and firing at Fiddler's Creek? A smaller private company with a name similar to the community (like Cardinal Management that used to be property manager of Cardinal Cove but was not part of CC or its association)?

    Fiddler's Creek website is down today -- won't load on my computer -- so I couldn't look for info there.

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  4. We voted for Marshall.

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    1. What led you to that decision? Your answer might help others

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  5. I urge you to read Marshall's email carefully and his statement above. Other than that, since the Foundation in my opinion is litigious, I do not want to express my constitutionally protected views and opinions further for fear of being sued for defamation.

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    1. Isn't it ironic that your views & opinions are "constitutionally protected", yet through fear of being sued for defamation? Thus you recognize that your constitutional protection is utterly meaningless in reality.

      Isn't it fear that enables the developer-controlled Foundation to do as it pleases with homeowners' funds, including using them to sue homeowners for expressing their views?

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  6. If Marshall Sutker is so gung-ho to serve on the Foundation Board why didn't he follow the clearly defined procedures to get his name on the ballot?

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    1. What an incredibly stupid statement to make! Clearly this was written by a surrogate of the mafia style Fiddlers Creek organization. Marshall Sutker is a gentleman and a scholar. Just look at what they have done to disparage Jim Schutt, another gentleman and a righteous man. Assume Sutker loses via an absentee ballot, don't forget him and others next year when it comes time to vote. It's appalling the way people are treated who are just looking to be reasonable and fair at Fiddlers Creek. Remember, next year or whenever the vote comes up, vote Marshall Sutker and anybody who has no connection to the corporate entity of Fiddlers Creek. The hubris and arrogance of this corporation is consistent with their greed. Fiddlers Creek should be more of a community than a corporate entity. Each community within Fiddlers Creek is a community unto itself. It should not be viewed as a pot of gold for the people who have absolute control. As soon as the people here recognize that we are a community the better off they will be. One last point......Marshall Sutker is a decent man and happens to be a gentleman and a scholar.

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    2. The question was "why didn't he follow the clearly defined procedures to get his name on the ballot?" not whether or not he is a gentleman or scholar.

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    3. The term for a director elected by the residents is for TWO years and not one year. As Marshall explained, he decided to run AFTER he got the ballot and reviewed the qualifications of the candidates. By that time, he had missed the opportunity, as clearly specified to enter his name on the ballot. Although I am not a fan of the management necessarily, it is certainly through no fault of theirs that he was not included in the ballot.

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