The CC&R Amendment voting results are in. We received 526 ballots, constituting a quorum, but not enough of those ballots contained the yes votes needed to pass the amendment. There were three separate questions on the ballot, all pertaining to amending the CC&Rs. No question received the 461 votes necessary to pass the amendment. On all three questions we came about 20 yes votes short of what was needed.
Our legal counsel still insists we need to get this amendment passed in order to protect our Association’s ability to make rules specific to individual tracts within Niguel Shores. The Board of Directors will be assessing what we need to do to get this situation resolved. It is disappointing that so many homeowners either failed to vote at all or voted against an amendment that had no apparent opposition in the Community.