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“Enough is Enough” Request for TRO Denied
May 30, 2014 - The group known as “Enough is Enough” led by Marc Bayer, Maggie Blackwell, John Gee, Maggie Brown and Judith Gaither, and represented by attorney Steven P. Price, filed an ex-parte request for a Temporary Restraining Order (“TRO”) to try and prevent United from mailing out recall ballots for a July 2, 2014 recall election count. The judge rejected the TRO and it is unlikely that the issue will be heard again.
The United Board opposes the demolition of existing facilities and construction of new facilities at a cost of $18.7 million. The United Board believes that the “Recreation Master Plan” should be subject to a majority vote of the homeowners.
Enough is Enough supports the Recreation Master Plan and initiated a recall of all United Board members because of their opposition to the Recreation Master Plan. Enough is Enough wanted to include replacement names for the United Board members on the recall ballot, but the United Board felt it was not in compliance with their bylaws.
United Board President Pat English, stated that [Enough is Enough] has already driven up the legal costs by at least $10,000 and she expects the total bill for the recall may reach $50,000 when all the costs have been counted.
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