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SCA Poll Results

The “Future of the SCA Poll” (see previous post of February 11th) is now closed. A total of 204 votes were cast with the following results:

Note: Be advised that this was an unofficial poll undertaken by this website to get a feel on where Somersett owners stood with regard to the controversy over organization of the adult Sierra Canyon Association (SCA) community, both within and without Sierra Canyon. Whereas, the poll has some built in protections over duplicate voting, it is not foolproof. Obviously, the poll results reflect only a small percentage of the Sommersett owner population. It is expected that the SCA Board will conduct a more comprehensive survey of all Sierra Canyon owners before embarking in any direction.

Sierra Canyon Owner Results                                                                # Votes      Percent

Secede from The SOA & form an independent association                72                 50
Maintain current relationship with SOA as a sub-association           42                 30
Dissolve the SCA & merge into the SOA                                                28                 20

Balance of SOA Owner Results                                                              # Votes        Percent

Secede from The SOA & form an independent association               22                35
Maintain current relationship with SOA as a sub-association          28                45
Dissolve the SCA & merge into the SOA                                                12                20

So where does the SCA go from here? Hopefully cooler heads will prevail with the SOA and SCA resolving their differences and maintaining the master/sub-association relationship, as the other two options are fraught with complexities and potential high legal fees.