Tuesday, August 09, 2011

Who is afraid of Lee Anne Miller?

Posted By CotoBlogzz

Coto de Caza, CA -  In the 1996 movie, Who is Afraid of Virginia Wolf, George and Martha are a middle aged married couple, whose charged relationship is defined by vitriolic verbal battles, which underlies what seems like an emotional dependence upon each other.. Late one Saturday evening after a mixer, Martha invites Nick and Honey, an ambitious young Biology professor and his mousy wife, over for a nightcap. As the evening progresses, Nick and Honey, plied with more alcohol, get caught up in George and Martha's games of needing to hurt each other and everyone around them. The ultimate abuse comes in the form of talk of George and Martha's unseen sixteen year old son, whose birthday is tomorrow.

In real life, North Korea, Iran, Libya, Syria and now even Standard & Poors are also involved in a vitriolic verbal battle with the White House.  In this case, apparently North Korea, Iran, Libya, Syria and Standard & Poors do  not seem to be afraid of the White House.

Zooming in even further to what has been going on in Coto de Caza for close to one year,  the CZ Master Association seems to be afraid of Leen Ann Miller.  Very afraid.   The board has endorsed  re-zoning of the Khalda property, from a gun ownership zoning to a strictly residential zoning, but has been afraid to discuss this endorsement in public.  It has even been more afraid of Lee Ann Miller to the point that ir decided to bastardize the use of executive sessions in order to preempt a face-off with Ms. Miller during a general session meeting, or in Xochitl’s words, Ms. Miller may decline to attend an executive session but “….as we are all aware of Ms. Millers reputation of being extremely difficult, by extending this invitation to Ms. Miller it will show that we(BOD) are willing to listen to her concerns and we can/may diffuse any animosity towards the BOD that may happen at our next General Session.” 

Now consider that according to Civil Code §1363.05(b) executive sessions are provided for by statute so that boards can address issues which involve privileged information or matters of a private nature. The recent CZ board's invitation to Lee Ann Miller to preempt her from discussion the Khalda Development does not fall in that category, and is more like either a discriminatory practice and or a backroom deal.  We asked the CZ board for an explanation, but have not heard back.  Likewise, we have asked Mr. Miller to comment, but we have not heard from her either.

The question is, will we have a cat fight this Thursday August 11, 2001, during the CZ Master Association’s general session, or did the bastardized executive session accomplished its goal?

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