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Meet Your Rancho San Diego Candidates
Friday, October 6th to Wednesday, October 18th

Bryan Barnes – I moved to RSDA early in 2001.  Since October 2001 I have been an active Board member of the Association.  Prior to my moving here, I served and was very active on my previous Homeowners Board.  Collectively, I bring 20 years of experience servicing on Homeowner Boards.  Combined with my accounting background with Not-for-profit and governmental organizations, I believe I am a good fit with what Rancho San Diego needs and what our community requires to maintain the quality of services and amenities provided in this Association.

 

Being mindful that our Association is over 40 years young, I have been working diligently to repair or replace where needed.  I will continue to be forward-thinking, keeping house values as high as possible, while keeping the Association fees to one of the lowest in San Diego County.

 

The Rancho San Diego Association mission is to enhance and preserve the quality of life and sense of strong community through effective and efficient management; to the enforcement of rules and covenants, to preserving property values, and supporting initiatives and capital improvements that benefit the greater good of our community.  In achieving this mission, the RSDA values integrity, fairness, consistency and common sense.  The Association encourages community participation, cooperation, mutual respect while providing excellent customer service to our homeowners.

 

Chris Magill – My parents moved to this area in 1969 and I’ve grown up here.  I’ve rented here in 1990 and bought in 1995 and have taken a personal interest in our RSDA community and surrounding area of Casa de Oro.

 

Our little community of 832 diverse homes has been a wonderful place to live.  I’ve attended a majority of the meetings since 2010.  I’m confident I can serve my neighbors of all classes with a “fair and reasonable” thought process and will be courteous not only to my fellow directors but also those who address the Board.

 

I’d like to get more information to the owners they can relate to regarding where our money is being spent vs. the approved budget spreadsheet.  Along with that, expanding the use of our website and emailing not only the upcoming meeting notices but also include the meeting agenda and approved meeting minutes from the previous meeting.  I’d like to see more of our owners attend the meetings to see firsthand the items discussed and how they affect us all.

 

Elain NorthcuttI would like to offer the community a fresh perspective in the service of and benefit to our community.  My family has owned several residences in the Association from the mid 1990’s and I am very familiar with the Association.  I have been a resident since 2001 and know a number of residents who live in the community as well as a long standing relationship with the Association staff.

 

I would like to see more stewardship, continuity of services and benefits to homeowners and residents along with improvements and repairs that are necessary and reasonable.  I will make informed decisions to meet the best interest of the Association.

 

RSDA is a residential community association located in Spring Valley, CA created to meet the needs and interests of homeowners.  The Association is responsible to ensure and promote safety in the community, is attractive and well maintained to sustain property values, offers homeowners and residents access to community areas such as clubhouse, parks and recreation, effective oversight and management for the continuity of the community/association to preserve quality of life and safety for all.

 

Anne Perez – I have lived here nearly 40 years.  I want to be involved in the decisions that affect this community.  My hope is to continue keeping RSDA a “jewel” in Spring Valley.

 

My goals as a Board member will be to keep our expense in line and to maintain all common areas and to keep interests of homeowners as a primary concern.

 

RSDA and the Board of Directors need to respect the ideas and input of all homeowners.  Decisions must be made in the best interest of the Association.  Physical needs must be balanced within the finances of the budget.  Listening, understanding, respect, and diligence must be priorities in making sound decisions to protect RSDA’s assets.