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Steinberg STEW

4/23/19, 10:18 AM

 

On 4/16/19, Ranch Matters posted a story titled, “WHEN DOES EXECUTIVE SESSION BECOME A GOSSIP SESSION”, regarding Ranch VP, Stu Steinberg’s wife, Mona Steinberg, saying before the CRR/BOD (4/15/19) meeting, “Stevens & Stangland will be one of the topics discussed in Executive Session tonight.”

During the CRR BOD meeting on 4/15/19, the Board discussed line item 60550, Code Enforcement, for 15K, rarely used and VP Steinberg asked if the $15K$ could be used for some unidentified matter the Board planned on discussing during Executive Session.
As the Regular meeting ended, President Carl Harbour confirmed the Board needed to meet in Executive Session to discuss CC&R matters and $LEGAL ISSUES-Stevens & Stangland?

It might be worth mentioning, that Mona Steinberg about a year ago, at another BOD meeting, angrily and literally threw a copy of the Central Oregon Reporter in my face.

In September 2018, Stu Steinberg was sworn in as a CRR Director and shortly thereafter stated, “The First Amendment does not apply, to our HOA BOD Meetings…”

Recently, we heard from a reliable and credible source that Steinberg conveyed his dissatisfaction with some residents, Ranch Matters included, for contacting Deschutes County Commissioner, Phil Henderson regarding the Annexation of the Quail/Emergency Road. Apparently, Steinberg doesn’t like citizens contacting public officials when they have questions and or concerns.

Is VP Steinberg stewing in his own juices-advancing personal agendas or is he representing the Ranch BOD and or Membership?

Ranch Matters Staff

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