Your vote at the Member meeting April 21st
April 02, 2018
March 29, 2018
You should have received your notice of the annual member meeting, which will be Saturday, April 21st, with check in at 9:30 am at the Spicewood Community Center at 7901 Co Rd 404, Spicewood, Texas 78669.
Please review how your account name is listed on your envelope or billing, as the name listed on your account will determine who is allowed to vote for your membership. The name listed on your account must match the name on the property deed on file with the County. If there is a problem, please contact the billing office by April 10th so that we can get corrected in time for the meeting on the 21st. If you received more than one ballot in the mail, that will be corrected if you return more than one ballot.
As outlined in the tariff and the election procedures:
A member is entitled to only one vote regardless of the number of memberships the member owns. A member may be a natural person; a partnership of two or more persons having a joint or common interest, including a married couple who jointly own property; or a corporation.
You should have also received your ballot for the election of 2 directors. IF YOU DID NOT RECEIVE YOUR BALLOT, CONTACT THE BILLING OFFICE. If you are unable to attend the meeting on the 21st, please either mail your original ballot in the return envelope that you received to WOWSC at 424 Coventry, Spicewood, 78669 or put it in the WOWSC payment box in the parking area near the Windermere Oaks Pavilion. Mailed or dropped off ballots must be received by noon on Friday, 4/20/18.
If you plan to attend the meeting and vote in person, you will need to check in at the meeting and you will receive a ballot for voting at the meeting. You will not use the ballot you received in the mail.
2018 Board of Director Candidate Information
JEFF HAGAR: Member since 2014.
Previous Board of Director Experience: Served 2 year term WOWSC (Secretary); Served 2yr plus 1 yr additional of 2 yr term on WOPOA, President; Served Association Builders & Contractors (President) for 6 years.
Business/Government Experience: VP for 2 separate commercial builders; Currently Area Mgr. for Austin Commercial
Education: Bachelor Construction Mgmt Texas A&M
Personal Statement: I enjoyed serving the community and the WOWSC has become an even greater interest. I want to help continue what has been a sustainable business and use my experience in construction to help maintain and replace aging infrastructure.
Joseph J Gimenez, III. Member since 2014
Previous Board of Director Experience: Lake Hills Community Association Bd 2007-13 Treasurer/President; Windermere Oaks POA Board 2016-2018 - Treasurer
Business/Government Experience: G3 Public Relations-Owner 10yrs.; GCI Group Public Relations-Director, Public Affairs 7yrs; Newspapers – Houston & San Diego
Education: Masters, George Mason University ’92; Bachelors, Southwestern University ‘88
Personal Statement: My goal for serving WOWSC is to help create a vision and budgeting roadmap for future needs. Having served on two HOA boards (most recently as WO POA Treasurer ’16 ’17, ’18) and with professional experience in Microsoft’s Global Utilities Division I am confident in my abilities to address electric & utility challenges, the technological solutions with which to solve these challenges, and the ability to plan & budget as it applies to our water company. My strengths are in capital planning, emphasis on responsible budgeting & implementing forward-looking projects. Thank you for your confidence in my leadership.
Davd Bertino Jr. Member since 2015
Previous Board of Director Experience: Fire Chief for Nome Fire Dept; Water Quality Monitor; President of Masonic Lodge; SARA – Sabine Area Restaurant Assoc.
Business/Government Experience: Sales Manager
Education: Lamar University; Blinn Jr. College
Personal Statement: Being born and raised in southeast Texas, I envisioned raising my family in a healthier and cleaner environment. I knew I wanted to move to this area and upon my search found Windermere to be the perfect community for my family and me. I am committed to conserving the natural resources of this community that is now our home. My managerial experience and extensive training in organizational development, budgeting and industrial relations will be an asset to our District.
Norman Morse. Member since 2002
Previous Board of Director Experience: WOPOA 4 years
Business/Government Experience: US House of Reps-HASC staff 3 yr; Los Alamos-25 yr; Lawrence Livermore-3 yr; Pres, CEO Open SFS 3 yr.
Education: Lamar University; BS Physics/Math, MS EECS
Personal Statement: Interest in efficient, cost effective operation & management.