2014 Annual Meeting Results

2014 Annual Meeting Results

Below are the results of the 68th Annual Meeting of the Homes Association of Cedar Hills. A quorum of 528 is required to conduct an annual meeting, a total of 871 votes (by proxy and ballot) were received. A resolution is passed when at least 75% of the vote cast is in favor.

Director Results Below:

Director Les Fisher was re-elected with a total of 606 votes
Director Rich Krueger was re-elected with a total of 512 votes
Pamela Fielder was elected with a total of 571 votes
Kevin Marold was elected with a total of 469 votes
Tom Noesen received a total of 423 votes
Brian Hess received a total of 336 votes


Resolution Results Below:

Resolution #1:

To amend Article III (b) to allow caged pets to be kept within the dwelling house.

PASSED with 736 votes "For" and 125 votes "Against"

646 votes would be the necessary 75% of the total votes cast in order to pass the resolution.


RESOLUTION #2:

To amend Article III(b) to allow the temporary professional use of goats for vegetation management.   

PASSED with 709 votes "For" and 153 votes "Against"

646 votes is the necessary 75% of the total votes cast in order to pass the resolution.


RESOLUTION #3:

To amend Article III(g)(5) to require garbage cans, recycling containers and firewood piles to be “reasonably screened from view” instead of “not visible” from the street.

PASSED with 733 votes "For" and 129 votes "Against"

646 votes, is the necessary 75% of the total votes cast in order to pass the resolution.


RESOLUTION #4:

To amend Article III(h) to add a new first subsection b which would authorize the Board to allow otherwise prohibited vehicles or objects to be placed or parked on the Property on a temporary basis.

PASSED with 696 votes "For" and 166 votes "Against"

646 votes would be the necessary 75% of the total votes cast in order to pass the resolution.


RESOLUTION #5:

To amend the first sentence of Article III(h) to add a new exception to the prohibitions of that sentence for tents, canoes, and kayaks placed and maintained in a fenced backyard area so long as doing so does not create any reasonably objectionable condition as may be determined by the Board.   

PASSED with 752 votes "For" and 100 votes "Against"

639 votes is the necessary 75% of the total votes cast in order to pass the resolution.


RESOLUTION #6:

To amend part (iii) of what is now the first subsection b of Article III(h) to allow pickup trucks with maximum of six wheels.

PASSED with 643 votes "For" and 194 votes "Against"

628 votes, is the necessary 75% of the total votes cast in order to pass the resolution.


RESOLUTION #7:

To amend part (iv) of what is now the first subsection b of Article III(h) to allow pickup trucks, together with any cover over or attachment there to, which do not to exceed 85 inches in height from the ground.

PASSED with 674 votes "For" and 169 votes "Against"

632 votes would be the necessary 75% of the total votes cast in order to pass the resolution.

RESOLUTION #8:

To amend Article III(h) to add a final sentence thereto to define “for commercial purposes” and to authorize the Board to permit vehicles principally designed, used, or marked for purposes of a government or not-profit organization which otherwise comply with the Restrictions to be parked upon a Lot upon such terms and conditions as the Board may impose.

PASSED with 650 votes "For" and 187 votes "Against"

628 votes is the necessary 75% of the total votes cast in order to pass the resolution.


RESOLUTION #9:

To amend Article VII(a) to add a new subsection (7) giving the Board discretion to except other signs in addition to the ones listed in subsections (1)-(6) from the sign restrictions set forth in Article VII(a).

PASSED with 653 votes "For" and 176 votes "Against"

622 votes, is the necessary 75% of the total votes cast in order to pass the resolution.


The following resolutions are to amend the Articles of Incorporation of the Homeowners Association of Cedar Hills. 2/3 of the vote cast is necessary to amend the Articles of Incorporation.

RESOLUTION #10:

To amend Article V of the Articles of Incorporation to correct the address of the principal office of the Association to its current address: 9900 SW Wilshire St., Suite 109, Portland, OR 97225.

PASSED with 821 votes "For" and 12 votes "Against"

555.28 votes, is the necessary 66.66% of the total votes cast in order to amend the Articles of Incorporation.

RESOLUTION #11:

To amend the Articles of Incorporation to add a new Article to provide that directors and uncompensated officers of the Association will not be personally liable to the Association or its members for monetary damages for conduct as a director or an officer except to the extent such limitation of liability is prohibited by the Oregon Nonprofit Corporation Act.

PASSED with 568 votes "For" and 266 votes "Against"

555.94 votes, is the necessary 66.66% of the total votes cast in order to amend the Articles of Incorporation.

RESOLUTION #12:


To amend the Articles of Incorporation to add a new Article to provide that the Association will indemnify to the fullest extent not prohibited by law any current of former director of officer of the Association who is made, or threatened to be made, a party to an action, suit, or proceeding, whether civil, criminal, administrative, investigative, or otherwise (including an action, suit, or proceeding by or in the right of the corporation), by reason of the fact that the person is or was a director or officer of the corporation.

FAILED with 546 votes "For" and 275 votes "Against"

547.28 votes, is the necessary 66.66% of the total votes cast in order to amend the Articles of Incorporation.