Fuller for President ’09

For the past 2 years, I served on my homeowners association board.  If you own a home or condo, I highly recommend you at least attend your Board’s meetings.  They can be quite entertaining but also very informative to know where your dues are going.  You listen to your neighbor bitch about someone not picking up their dog shit in the community yard or someone complain that the mulch on the tree beds are too high.  It’s amazing the things people notice!  Some days I drive out of here and there could be a elephant in the road and I might not notice because I always have a gazillion things going on in my head.  

I first served as a board member, then we shuffled positions because our President left, so I became the Secretary.  I did monthly meeting minutes and kept up our community’s website.  Tonight was our annual meeting and my term was up.  Our President and Treasurer terms were also up.  You can serve for 2 terms for 2 years each.  After that you must take a break.  Who would want to do this for more than the maximum?!  Tonight, I was appointed as the President.  I was really unsure at first when I was presented with the idea.  Did I really want to assume the head position for a community that is quite old and has lots of people that like to give their opinion?  I answered the question by remembering something my brother told me once.  He had jury duty.  No one wants jury duty.  But once he got there and saw some of the other individuals that were asked to be part of the jury, he wanted to sit on that jury.  
Therefore, I want to be President.  I will do my best to represent the needs of Canterbury Condominiums in a financially responsible manner while maintaining all the physical maintenance needs our community has.
And since this is a free gig, I’ll be hosting a fund raising dinner to offset any costs, mental or physical, that I might endure during my tenure.  Cash, checks, or bottles of Jack Daniels will be accepted.
  • Nate

    You are the president of a HOA. I have no words…

  • It took many years of practice. Hours and hours of long hard work. Each job has prepared me for the HOA presidency.