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Bill Warnick Resigns as President

Red Leaf Heights Board & Homeowners;

It has been a privilege and an honor to serve the Red Leaf Heights community over the past 3 & 1/2 years as president, treasurer and a voting member. We have seen a lot of changes and accomplished a lot together. We have a strong, vibrant and friendly community. Although I still have the desire to serve as president of the association, due to personal events and unforeseen economic difficulties, I will be resigning my position as president of the association. My primary focus at this time is on meeting the immediate needs of my family. As my family will likely be moving out of the neighborhood in the near future, I feel it’s the responsible thing to turn over the duties and responsibilities of leadership to those with more time on their hands and a foreseeable long term presence in the community.

I will miss working with you on a personal level. Your support and participation over the years has meant a lot and is appreciated. I would encourage all of you to continue to support the current board members. There are still many issues to deal with (i.e. trees, pumps, & miscellaneous landscaping, etc.). It is my belief that the association is in a good place financially to meet current expenses. We have also been slowly growing the much needed reserve account for unforeseen expenses and repairs down the road. We have worked hard to analyze, forecast and prepare for these needs. You will be in good hands with Ernesto Figueroa (V.P.) and David Nielsen (Secretary). Ernesto and Dave both have the best interests of the association at heart and are willing to serve and participate.

Thank you once again for allowing me the opportunity of serving our community. I have learned a lot from this experience and would encourage each of you to stay or become involved at some level. When there is a spirit of unity and involvement, it helps make things easier for everyone. I wish you all the best in your future endeavors. Have a wonderful Holiday Season!

Warmest Regards,

Bill Warnick