The Board of Directors has voted to change the PC fiscal year to a January to December calendar year, thus simplifying the accounting and renewal process. As a result the Communication Committee updated the membership renewal process, and renewal notices have been distributed to Property Managers. There will be no increase in the 2020 fee schedule. Please support the Council and respond to the renewal notice by the due date.
The President’s Council Website (pcofhi.com) implemented 2018, continues to be updated and refreshed. Provide feedback to email email@example.com.
President’s Council first survey was distributed to members January, 2019. Results were distributed to members and are available here. This is the start of a process to gain input from members on the direction and activities undertaken by the Council.
The 2019 Membership Renewal mailing, distributed in early March, was directed to the management company for the current members. Any interested Associations that are currently not members, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and membership information will be forwarded to you or complete the form on this website.
The Presidents Council established an Incorporation Committee to explore whether forming a township between the Martin County line and FPL power plant on Hutchinson Island was practical. The committee met for 4 months to perform a preliminary evaluation at no cost. If the result was to go forward, a budget would have been developed and funding sources explored.
The recommendation by the committee was to discontinue the project at this time, because there was no compelling reason to incorporate. The sense that most residents had that were talked with was that it would be costly to the taxpayers. (Hobe Sound we found had done an Incorporation Study that cost $140K between the feasibility study and PR campaign only to have the voters reject it by 60 to 40 percent.)
Dear Presidents Council Member,
At its last meeting the President’s Council Board of Directors voted to change its fiscal year from March through February back to a traditional January through December. This will facilitate accounting and will also help with sponsorship recruitment. The President’s Council By-Laws provide for a January through December fiscal year and the Board agrees.
Based on a review of the last years expenses the Board will not have a dues increase. The addition of sponsors has helped meet any expenses outside our planned budget.
New renewal membership letters will be sent out after the December 17 membership meeting.
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