Neighborhood President Resigns
We would like to thank Tara Combs for her years of service as Neighborhood President of the Villas! She has resigned her position and will be greatly missed.
Eight neighborhoods comprise Palomar Hills: Crossings, Glades, Greens, Meadows, Olde Bridge Estates, Townhomes, Villas, and Woods. Each neighborhood may elect a slate of officers, including president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer, though most elect only a president.
Typically, the president is the most active of the officers. He or she attends board meetings to voice questions or concerns peculiar to his or her neighborhoods and to stay abreast of issues and decisions facing Palomar Hills. Neighborhood presidents also participate in board work sessions, which are held on an as-needed basis, and help to develop the annual budget.
One of the most important duties of a neighborhood president is electing new board members. The presidents, or "voting members" as they are called in the green book, review resumes of prospective board members then interview and vote on the candidates. The election is held in June each year. Residents may contact their neighborhood president to offer input about board candidates.
If you are interested in running for Neighborhood President of the Villas, please email your resume to email@example.com.