Circle C is a master planned community. Located on over 4,000 acres. With many ghost committees that do not meet. The small, secretive CCHOA board, just 3, run the show.
Another proud amenity Circle C has to offer is the only Olympic sized, outdoor heated year-round pool in Texas! And with the Swim Team getting a great deal at the expense of the homeowner, it makes a great deal if you happen to own the Team.
It's unclear who owns the team itself since the swim team does not reply to simple emails. Of course the CCHOA is no different, they don't reply to you either. The Secretary of State shows it's owned by Gary Bradley. Who knows, he is a ghost as well, his right hand man is Steve Bartlett. Who is on the CCHOA board, but does not live in Circle C or pay dues.
Developer: Interest in maximum development and thus maximum profit;
Homeowners: A very different interest, which is maximizing quality of life and assuring dues are reasonable and spent in the interest of homeowners; these are two very different, often conflicting interests;
It is standard in new developments, esp. those developed through municipal utility districts, that initially the developer controls the board through ownership of lots and then, over time, power shifts to the homeowners; during the transition period there are always conflicts because of the conflicting interests;
After 15 years it is far past time for homeowners to have representation, control of the CCHOA, CCHOA policies and CCHOA funds.