Well, sure I am, you say. You voted in the last Presidential election, right? Well, you may be registered to vote in the State of California, but that does not necessarily mean you are registered to vote in the Rancho Santa Fe Covenant elections. Have you been receiving ballots each spring to vote in the Board of Directors elections? If not, you need to call the Association office and ask if you are registered. If you are not, ask them to mail you a registration packet.
This Thursday, Feb. 6, there will be a very important open meeting of the Rancho Santa Fe Association Board of Directors. It will be held at the Garden Club at 9 a.m.
Item 1: The purchase of the RSF Garden Club building by the RSF Association.
After months of negotiations, the RSF Association board and the RSF Garden Club board have reached an agreement. All the documents have been finalized. At our Thursday meeting the Association board will review all the transaction deal points for the public.
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At the last meeting of the Rancho Santa Fe Association board, the main item of interest on the agenda was the status of the negotiations for the purchase of the RSF Garden Club. Although, as an item of contract, the negotiations had been held in closed sessions, members requested a discussion in an open meeting. The board reported that an agreement has been reached with the Garden Club and now it is up to attorneys to draw up legal documents for the purchase and lease arrangements. We will be presenting the details of those documents in open session as we receive them. Every future open session will have an update on the Garden Club purchase until the transaction is closed.
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