Board elections took place a week ago, and we still do not have the results. Rumor has it that the delay is because proxy votes that came in at the last minute have to be verified. Mrs. Ingold was very hard at work collecting proxies, especially in the days after the ‘recommended’ last day to turn in a proxy vote. She spent most of each day (including afternoon and evening hours on some days) glued to the security cameras in her office, and was occasionally seen rushing to the main lobby to solicit proxy votes. She also worked the package room during regular evening hours (which is the job we pay Ms. McCarty to do.)
Mrs. Ingold was also seen knocking on doors of a number of residents after election day. However only she and the owners whose doors were knocked on would know the nature of her visit. Perhaps she just had an strong urge to say a friendly hello to those neighbors who abstained from voting. If you got such a visit and would like to share, please write a comment or send us an e-mail.
All of this begs the question: Why are Mrs. Ingold and Mr. Levin (the board lawyer) working so hard to keep a single individual from getting onto a nine person board? (Five of the six candidates she supports are guaranteed a position on the board, since there were only 7 candidates for 6 seats.)