1. The October 20, 2020 General Homeowners meeting is cancelled due to Covid-19 Guidelines and meeting hall unavailability. Unfortunately, the repairs to the Queen of Peace Church are still ongoing after the bomb attack earlier this year and the meeting facility is still unavailable. On the bright side, the repairs are scheduled to be completed no later than December and the meeting hall will be available for use in 2021. We will schedule the 2021 General Meetings at Queen of Peace again.
2. At the May 5th, 2020 Commission meeting, the a $35.00 rate hike agenda item was continued to a later date. Marion County MSBU staff will notify KCPOA when this will be brought to the Commission again. This information will posted here when it becomes available. Meeting location: Board of County Commissioners Auditorium, 601 SE 25th Avenue, Ocala, FL 34471 352.438.2323.
2020 MEETING DATES
General Meetings on March 12, June 16 & October 20, 2020 at Queen of Peace Church, 6455 SW State Road 200 (not at the Marion County Sheriff's Office Community Hall anymore)
Board Meetings on January 14, February 11, March 10, April 14, May 12, June 9, July 14, August 11, September 8, October 13, November 10, & December 8, 2020 at the office.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The KCPOA Bylaws provides for a minimum 4 member board and may have up to 11 members. The terms of office for the Directors are staggered 2 - 3 year terms. The quorum is 4 directors to conduct all necessary business of KCPOA. To serve on the Board of Directors, a person must be a member in good standing, i.e., not be a convicted felon, no fee, fine, or other monetary obligation is owed to KCPOA and the homeowner has no outstanding C&R violations.
President: Suzanne Seitz
VP: Richard Kiefer
Secretary: Kathy Dowton
Treasurer: Wayne Zimmer
- Mary Jo Kiefer
- Richard Keifer, Lighting
- Reyna Salabarria
- Mary Jo Zimmer
- Chris Murphree
*All Board members are responsible for enforcing the governing documents, develop a budget, establish reserve funds, act on budget items and determine assessment rates, collect assessments, enforce rules and penalties, select an attorney, accountant, insurance agent and other professionals, inform members of board decisions and transactions, and attend and participate at meetings.