Below is an extract from the recently held CRA AGM. We know that the A Sector Homeowners Committee (Entidad) have access to this website and that they are aware of the requests that were made within the AGM of them. It would seem once again that their arrogance has got the better of them and they have not seen fit to even reply to the points let alone call an AGM. Even on their own site, to which A Sector homeowners have no access of reply, nothing has been done to address these important questions.
We once again demand that the A Sector Homeowners Committee (Entidad) call an AGM with immediate notice to answer the questions below to not only CRA members living on Sector A but also for all homeowners of Sector A.
“I will now move on to the situation regarding the Sector A Homeowners Committee. Over the last 3 months myself and Mary have attended a meeting with Chairman of the A Sect Homeowners Committee and one of its members. We requested that, as we have a common purpose, their committee have regular meetings with the CRA and agree to the CRA playing a full part in the negotiations with the Council in the takeover of Sector A and subsequently the rest of Camposol.
The ASHC wrote back to us some weeks later saying that they were willing to have regular informal meetings with the CRA to exchange views but fell short of allowing the CRA to be part of the takeover process.
The fact that they have agreed to regular meetings is a step forward but we know many of our members, some of those living on Sector A, are not happy with allowing the ASHC negotiate a takeover with the Council which will directly impact on the whole of Camposol when the remaining sectors are taken over.
Without doubt in their own opinion and in the eyes of the council ASHC are the only party able to represent A Sector in the negotiations. Although they try to distance themselves from the word Entity they have evolved from the original Entity Committee which is still legally in place. That said over the last few months I have been passed many concerns about the ASHC. Some of these are :
- The ASHC only have one person voted in by the homeowners on sector A. The rest have been handpicked and given places on the committee. This is not democratic.
- The statute of the Entity demands an AGM be held every 12 months. Not one in the last 3 years has been called. This is not only against their own rules but also not democratic. The committee apparently use the excuse that a referendum was held to keep what was the original committee in place until the immanent takeover of the council. That was nearly two years ago and still no sign of any takeover by the council.
- The ASHC have talked of a watered down entity. What does that mean? What exactly will the homeowners be expected to pay for. Who will administer this system and who will be accountable to the homeowners.
- It is known that the Entity are already in debt. Money is owed to the original administrator and lawyer. How much is owed? Who is going to pay it? Are the original administrator and lawyer still under contract to the Entity. If not who dismissed them. The rules of the entity say that this can only be done by the members vote in an AGM or EGM!!!
We on the CRA committee are happy to meet with the ASHC but if they remain unelected, undemocratic and questionably illegal then, on behalf of our members living on A Sector, we demand that they call an immediate AGM to answer all of the points above to all of the homeowners of A sector. We also request they reconsider their position of excluding the remainder of Camposol from their negotiations with the council about the takeover.”