15 May 2013
Hearing delaying because of protests
“I was flabbergasted,” Lake Monticello resident Deborah Nixon recalled. “If I hadn’t been working the camera I would have said something.”
So began a storm of controversy that has swept over Lake Monticello since the April 25 meeting of its board of directors.
Busy filming the directors’ meeting for broadcast on channel 977, Nixon’s ears perked up when vice president Joy Bauserman read her proposed policy changes to the rest of the board. If the changes are adopted, children under the age of 16 will no longer be allowed to use most Lake Monticello Owners’ Association (LMOA) amenities without adult supervision.