Jun 202016
 

11:30-1:00 Tuesday, July 5th
at Charlie’s Pizza Pub
127 McNeely Circle
Hot Springs Village, AR

pizza

The July 5th HSVTP Luncheon Program

 

1) Property Owner’s Bill of Rights for HSVPOA?

HSV resident Mark Alspaugh will present AARP’s model BILL of RIGHTS for HOMEOWNERS in ASSOCIATIONS and discuss it’s possible application to Hot Springs Village.

Information on this topic from AARP’s Public Policy Institute is available here.
(http://www.aarp.org/home-garden/housing/info-2006/inb128_homeowner.html)

2) Two-Tiered Lawsuit Update by Gene Garner with Q&A

Hot Springs Village resident Gene Garner (co-plaintiff with Lynda Narug in the “two-tier” lawsuit awaiting a ruling on appeal from the Arkansas Supreme Court) will provide background and an overview of the case, including predictable wider repercussions of the Supreme Court decision to other communities. In addition he will provide a rare opportunity to answer audience questions following his presentation at this HSVTP luncheon program.

Interested citizens can review court filings and related documents here.
(https://sites.google.com/site/hsvmembersrightsleague/complaint)

Jun 192016
 

Garland County Judge Rick Davis spoke FOR the June 28, 2016 Garland County Special Election sales tax and bond issue ballot measure.

Garland County Tax Alliance representative George Pritchett spoke AGAINST.

Arkansas Highway & Transportation Department Deputy Director & Chief Operating Officer Lorie Tudor made a presentation on behalf of the Highway Department (AHTD).

Hot Springs National Park Superintendent Josie Fernandez rounded out a 4-person Q&A panel giving the audience a unique opportunity to have their questions about this ballot measure addressed in this joint public forum.