Vote on civic association's budget postponed

President said action would violate by-laws requiring notification

January 11, 2000|BY A SUN STAFF WRITER

The Crofton Civic Association postponed action last night on the community group's budget until all residents could be notified of the vote.

A 75-34 vote by residents to postpone action on the budget came minutes after Civic Association President Gayle Sears told those at the meeting that a vote would violate community by-laws that require "clear notification" to residents before the vote.

Sears said she will call a special meeting before the end of the month and send letters to each homeowner notifying them of the future votes.

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