Would the Real Forrest Quinn
Please Step Forward ?
(Part Two of Two)
A day ago we published an article comparing the past candidate commentary of Sun City Anthem Treasurer, Forrest Quinn in 2016, to his actions since his 2017 election to the Board of Directors.
In our opinion, the contrast between being critical of the prior Sun City Anthem Board and his current actions, have changed drastically...
...so much so, that he is now the subject of a formal complaint filed with the Nevada Real Estate Division.
What has become of Mr. Quinn?
Perhaps the answer may be found almost IMMEDIATELY after his 2017 election.
Was He Part of Backdoor Election Deal ?
There leaves little doubt in the minds of many that an eblast sent by Sun City Anthem Treasurer, Forrest Quinn on SCA letterhead, and subsequently forwarded by association Activities Director, Danielle Bartle, to all association club presidents asking it be forwarded to their members...
...Quinn's formal "Response to Recall Petition" document placed on the official community Association Bulletin Board...
...a Quinn financial report by Association President Rex Weddle included in a recent edition of the monthly Spirit Magazine...
...had the intention of INTERFERING with those who were gathering REMOVAL PETITIONS.
There is NO DOUBT, as evidenced by the actual email sent by Bartle to club presidents during the time she was being paid as a Sun City Anthem employee, VIOLATED Association policy.
What does all of this imply?
That...THE SYSTEM IS MORE THAN BROKEN; It appears to be "FIXED" and more crooked than we originally believed it to be.
But what about Forrest Quinn, the current Sun City Anthem Treasurer?
Let's keep a few additional tidbits in mind as to the motive and credibility of Mr. Quinn.
1. When he was a member of the Finance Committee prior to his Board position, he was in constant disagreement with the Board and in particular, Association President Rex Weddle and former Treasurer, Tom Nissen .
Yet once Quinn was elected to the Board, he voted to retain Weddle as the association president despite Weddle receiving the least amount of resident votes.
2. Within moments of Weddle's reelection to the association presidency, Quinn's former nemesis, Tom Nissen, then nominated Quinn to replace him as the Association Treasurer, and was subsequently unanimously elected to the post.
A quid pro quo ???
3. During the 2017 election period, Mr. Quinn, on two occasions, contacted Anthem Opinions to comment on certain matters.
When the first comment was received, we printed it; but in addition, Anthem Opinions also responded to Quinn asking him WHY HE REFUSED TO ANSWER RESIDENT QUESTIONS AS TO WHY HE WAS MOST SUITED FOR ELECTION.
Mr. Quinn NEVER RESPONDED and instead sent us another comment, which we refused to post UNLESS HE WOULD AGREE TO ANSWER RESIDENT QUESTIONS.
Again, Mr. Quinn DID NOT RESPOND.
To us , it became obvious he was merely looking for publicity without having to answer ANY LEGITIMATE INQUIRIES in return.
And so we ask you to look at these FACTS, and ask yourself:
Prior to the official election of the Board officers, was Quinn part of a back door deal in which it was predetermined which Board members would hold each position?
And...do you believe his eblast, bulletin board post, and subsequent article in the Spirit President's report, were made to stifle the Recall effort?
These actions, in our opinion, leave such taint in the manner in which Sun City Anthem is governed and managed; that the Recall effort must proceed and succeed in order to regain any form of trust and integrity.
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