August 28, 2013 | Volume 100 / Number 351

Takeover Move At St. Marie

Group Of Owners Declares Themselves The Majority

After being rebuffed in their attempt to vote a candidate onto the board of the St. Marie Village Association, a group of owners have declared themselves a majority of the property owners, voted to abolish covenants amended in 1992, terminated the current board and created a new temporary board pending an election.

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The group was denied participation rights at the annual meeting because according to the association records, they were in arrears with their fees. One of the group, Merrill Frantz, told The Courier that the association had told them they were up to date.

The covenant was amende...

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