Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Coto de Caza Winds of Change, or Blowing in the Wind in Coto de Caza for a Change?

Coto de Caza Winds of Change, or Blowing in the Wind in Coto de Caza for a Change?

June 13, 2007

The new look CZ Master Associaiton leadership will be on display this coming Thursday 14, 2007 ( at the Golf and Racquet Club at 6:00 pm) , when residents will get a first-hand look at whether the winds of change are blowing in CotoLand, or whether the leadership is simply blowing in the wind for a change.

As reported by the OC Register last week, the CZ board president said “… he felt the top three issues facing the board were security, electoral process reform and communication between the board and the homeowners”, contrasting that with a board member’s assertion that electoral reform is a waste ““I, for one, see no need to waste time on that, especially if less than 1% of the members want it” - not sure whether these figures are due to ignorance or apathy. our informal survey on the subject has revealed that a) everyone responding so far is for electoral reform and b) when those inclined not to respond where asked if this was due to aptathy and ignorance their reply in general was "I don't know and I don't care"!

On public safety, the OCR quotes new board president as saying “Most of the crime we see is unfortunately the result of errant teenagers”, whereas previous board president blamed traffic accidents to soccer moms. Would be a good idea if prior to the forst board meeting, the board members had a chance to review the comprehensive CHP, Sheriff’s and FBI statistics so they know where the problems are.

In any case, if Coto residents want to get a glimpse at how the new CZ board will perform, rather than waiting for the 100-day report, simply attend the first board meeting. Then ask what the plans are for the $26,000.00 Hoffman study to look-at-where-the-CZ-taxes-go-but-really-intended-as-city hood-propaganda, among other things.


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