What is an HOA Board Member?
HOA’s need strong leadership to make decisions and direct their operations. These leadership roles are fulfilled by Board members and officers. To ensure the community’s ongoing success it’s important to continually bring in new leadership and the PPHOA holds Board elections during the Annual Members Meeting for that purpose.
How many board members are there and what is the term of a board member?
There must be five board members and the standard term is three (3) years.
Who is eligible?
According to Article III, Section 2, of the Peyton Pines Homeowner’s Association (PPHOA) Bylaws, to serve on the PPHOA Board of Directors;
1. You must be a member of the Peyton Pines Homeowner’s Association Corporation
* Membership in the corporation shall be limited to recorded owners and lessees and their respective spouses, of the following described land: Peyton Pines, Filings 1, 2, 2A, 2B, 3 and 4, a Subdivision in El Paso County, Colorado, the plats of which are recorded in the Office of the Clerk and Recorder of said County (“Peyton Pines”), except such land as is dedicated to the public.
* One membership in the corporation shall be allowed for each Lot in Peyton Pines. If any such lot is owned or leased by two or more parties, as joint tenants, tenants in common or otherwise, the membership shall be joint, entitled to only one vote and a single membership for such Lot shall be issued in the names of all the record owners and lessees. They shall designate to the corporation in writing, at the time of issuance, one party who shall hold the membership and have the power to vote the membership.
What does this mean? Only one person per lot can be a board member and they also have to be the designated member of the corporation for their lot.
How do I run for a seat on the Board?
Can I nominate myself? Yes, if you are eligible to serve on the Board and are willing to do so, please nominate yourself!
Nominations are closed for the 2018 Board of Directors election.