If you are available on Tuesday, May 1 2012 at 7pm, please come to the Church of the Atonement (5749 North Kenmore Ave) for our condo’s annual meeting. This is an ideal opportunity to ask our current board about the multiple liens on our building (which make it impossible to refinance, buy or sell a unit), the multiple cases of litigation our condo association is currently involved in against both unit owners and vendors, upcoming special assessments, the huge sums of money we are paying our multiple lawyers and the dismal state of our reserves. Most importantly, you will have a chance to vote for up to four board members to join our condo association’s board.
For those unit owners who have already submitted a proxy ballot and wish to revoke it, fear not! If you vote on election day it will override any proxies you may have previously surrendered. All you have to do is to cross out the word “Proxy” next to your unit name on the sign-up sheet on election day and replace it with your signature.
If you are not going to be able to make it to the condo board election on Tuesday May 1, 2012, you can fill out a proxy form (available by clicking on this link) and submit it to the office to vote for the candidates you wish to support. The proxy form has been made purposefully confusing so it will be easy to throw out regime-opposing ballots. Click here for an example ballot to show you how to fill it out. Officially, proxy forms need to be submitted to the office by 1:30pm on April 23rd. However, in the past the office has accepted proxies as late as election day.
Mrs. Ingold, the board president/building manager was seen in the office today with the two election judges. It’s more than likely that she was trying to have opposing proxy votes thrown out. If you have already submitted a proxy, please ensure it follows the example form (including all signatures and the correct date) or it will not count.
Finally, if you feel that you are being ill represented by our emasculated rubber stamp board, there is no better time than now to have your voice heard.