Delay costly

Another letter suggested delay for “answers needed first.” It posed questions about funding maintenance and operation of the improved amenities. The questions may have been written before the proposal was released, because the proposal itself answers these questions. It points out that part of the dues increase will be applied to these costs. There is no need to delay the major decision while those topics receive further discussion.
If we delay, the cost of whatever we do is going up about 3 percent every year. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, inflation has increased the Consumer Price Index more than 40 percent since the reserve fund was established in 1999. The purchasing power of the fund is decreasing proportionally. Delay of the decision is costly. A yes vote supports all the advantages of the program in a cost effective manner.

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