This Is our Village

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

CHANNEL 63 - AND OKEECHOBEE CAMERA FEEDS - LIVE IN CYBERSPACE


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Monday, September 14, 2015

OKEECHOBEE GATEHOUSE CAMERAS LIVE IN CYBERSPACE

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We have added the data feed from the new cameras at the Okeechobee entrance. This may be seen in the same Post containing the Channel 63 feed at the top of the BLOG.
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Please take a minute to comment on this, your suggestions and opinions are important on this issue as we build out our Security system.
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Dave Israel
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Sunday, September 14, 2014

Remote code for SEIKI SE40FY27 LED TV? Anyone have remote code for this TV? 10178 did not work. THANKS

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

5 MILLION GOOGLE ACCOUNTS HACKED - PROBABLY ON RUSSIAN SERVERS - PASSWORDS PUBLISHED ONLINE

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Hi all,
This is a complex and nasty hack, under investigation - to see if your Gmail Password has been hacked and published Online, follow this link:
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Do NOT enter your entire password, substitute any three characters with an asterisk. If your password has been published Online, change it, and use a strong password.
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Would you like to research this hack; start here:

UCO OPT OUT FORM - NO SUCH THING

Hi All
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One of our Village Sue-Meisters, who is suing UCO at this time, recently approached WPRF requesting permission to distribute a so called "Opt Out" form at Rec. Facility locations; pools, Clubhouses...Etc. This form is addressed to UCO Officers!
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Guess what, there is no such form, thus the request was denied. UCO is not in the Opt-Out business, UCO's entire raison-d'etre is  Opting-In. That means joining in common effort, in synergy to advance the comfort, convenience and convivial life style that most of us came here to enjoy.
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It is through the process of "Opting-In" that majority vote consensus leads to power in purchasing products and services for the benefit of all. Those who launch Recall Petitions, create self aggrandizing clubs, File frivolous Law suits, Disrupt important meetings, and now peddle non-existent "Opt-Out" forms, seek only their personal benefit, caring little for the votes of the majority.
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So, how much damage is the Body Politic prepared to absorb; when you are approached with this disruptive form, think about the broad array of Services provided by UCO; the thousands of hours donated by UCO Volunteers, the millions of dollars saved;  and then be careful what you sign and ask for, you just might get it!
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Dave Israel
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Tuesday, September 9, 2014

ON BAR CODE STICKERS

I am sure glad I got my bar code sticker before driving up to Massachusetts. I kept putting it off till the last moment. When I went into UCO, Ed or Eve Black would kindly remind me about it. I’d say “tomorrow.” Bob Marshall would remind us ALL about it in his Reporter column and at the monthly delegates meetings (and, amazingly, get criticized for this in the “negative blogs”—you can’t win!).

Now it’s a must to have your bar code sticker, I understand, if you want to get in the Okeechobee gate without stopping at the guard station. As a reformed procrastinator I am urging everyone to not put this off. Get yours now, before the seasonal folk come down!


I’ve had a Florida Turnpike sticker pass for quite a while now, and it’s a convenience. Driving to Boston on I-95, though, I had to pay so many tolls ($14 alone for the George Washington Bridge), I got myself an EZPass. It covers virtually all the toll roads, bridges and tunnels in the Northeast. If you don’t have an EZPass, these toll facilities require CASH.


I expect the EZPass to be a great convenience, and our CV bar code sticker will be too if you'll stop putting off getting it. Bite the bullet NOW!


Friday, September 5, 2014

DELEGATE ASSEMBLY - SEPTEMBER 5, 2014 - LIVE IN CYBERSPACE

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Delegate Assembly 9-5-2014 Part 1 from David B. Israel on Vimeo.
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Delegate Assembly 9-5-2014 Part 2 from David B. Israel on Vimeo.
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Delegate Assembly 9-5-2014 Part 3 from David B. Israel on Vimeo.
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Dave Israel
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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

CORRECTION PLEASE - BUDGET YEAR TO BE RESET - NOT FISCAL YEAR

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Previously in this BLOG an item was posted by yours truly regarding a change to the UCO Fiscal year in order to include our seasonal Residents in the debate over the UCO Budget. This reference to the Fiscal year was in error; Mea Culpa!
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In fact, as noted by our Treasurer, the correct procedure is to change the Budget year by sliding it to commence on April 1, 2015. This requires a change to our Bylaws, which will change the budget vote from October, to January. This process was put in place today. This change if voted by our Delegate Assembly, will enable our Seasonal Residents to weigh in on such important matters as our Budget, and other major issues that may arise.
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In order to get the process going, a Special meeting of the Officer's Committee was convened this morning. Following are the Minutes from this meeting:
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This motion was subsequently presented to the Executive Board where it passed by unanimous vote. In accord with our Bylaws, the Bylaw change will be published in the UCO Reporter and then presented to the October meeting of the Delegate Assembly.
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It is my sincere hope that soon all of our Residents will be enabled to engage in key issues of concern to all!
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Dave Israel
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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

DEADWOOD

TIME FOR MARCIA Z TO GO!

Monday, September 1, 2014

SCAM REVEALED, PLEASE BE CAREFUL

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The following SCAM letter was received by one of our unit owners, Ruth, as noted on the letter; she was not fooled and provided the letter to UCO, so that we could alert others:
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The problem with this "offer" is the exorbitant cost of some $56 dollars.
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In the event that you might actually require a copy of your Certified Deed, it may be obtained from the Official Records of the County by Snail Mail for a cost of $8 dollars and change. The deed may be ordered online at the following Site:
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The cost is less than that if you go to the Courthouse; something like $6 dollars. So, don't be scammed, be smart and save lots of bucks.
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Finally, if an ordinary non-certified copy will suffice, that can be downloaded for free from the County Official Records Search Site at the following link:
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http://oris.co.palm-beach.fl.us/or_web1/or_sch_1.asp
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Thanks Ruth for sharing and helping others.
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Dave Israel
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Sunday, August 31, 2014

Thursday, August 28, 2014

OFFICER'S VOTE TO CHANGE UCO FISCAL YEAR - IT'S LONG OVERDUE

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For some number of years, voices have been raised to enfranchise our seasonal Resident Owners to enable them to join into the debate and vote on such major issues as our UCO Budget. There has been much talk, but today, the Officer's Committee took action. It turns out that a scant two lines in our Bylaws shows the way to making this happen; the following extract says it all:
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Note Nr. 3 in red.
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The motion and unanimous vote was to move the Fiscal Year to commence 1 April, 2015; it was also voted to extend the current Budget year by three months. The new budget would be presented to the Delegate Assembly in February.
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This will be presented to the Executive Board on Tuesday next, and then to the subsequent Delegate Assembly. Hopefully, the ability for our seasonal Residents to vote on the UCO budget will be accomplished in about one week.
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Can "One Vote per Unit" be far behind; we shall see.
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Dave Israel
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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

The drainage is fine...


No, no, the drainage if fine. It's this opt-out thing!  It started with the WI-FI and they've opted out almost everything since.

Monday, August 25, 2014

XFINITY NO-FI HOTSPOTS - A MATTER OF NON-SECURITY

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Have you ever noticed the little icon in the lower right corner of your computer screen; it's called "NETWORK & Internet Access". Click on it and if you are in a Malcontent NO-FI zone you will see the following:
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NAME: xfinitywifi
SECURITY TYPE: unsecured
RADIO TYPE: 802.11N
SSID: xfinitywifi
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Heed the red flag warning that if you connect to this unsecured network, others will be able to read your traffic.
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Wait for Village Wide real Wi-Fi. which will, of course, be fully secured by high grade Crypto.
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Delegates make it happen.
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Dave Israel
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Sunday, August 24, 2014

The Roads

Regardless of what Gary Olman says about me I stand by what I wrote. I was at the paving meetings, was Gary and Ed Ross, who knows. I have seen paving companies pave roads in my time. For a good job they dig up the old paving and start over. A make shift cheaper job as we delegates voted for was to pave over the old road and not dig down. The man from the paving company and I don't remember his name told us the cracks would come back where they were. They have. So Ed Ross, architect, should know how road work is done as is professed in Gary Olman's ramblings. We got what we paid for. Ed Ross doesn't even live here anymore. If people are laughing at my remarks I could not care less. A good laugh is healthy. Have one  me. I stand by what I said and recall from the paving meeting.

BOCA WEST REPORTER - LIVE IN CYBERSPACE

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Following is a link to the CV - Boca Raton Village newspaper. If there is an interest in this, let me know in the comment stream and I will archive the link in the sidebar. I think we have a better paper, but this Boca paper is interesting, and we may pick up some good Administrative ideas:
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Dave Israel
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Friday, August 22, 2014

WI-FI FROM GEORGE'S VIEW

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Dave Israel
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The Roads

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I have read the nonsense from Ed Ross about the roads. He is an architect, not a paving expert. It is very simple that they choose not to remember or were not here at the time. The paving company told us they would have to go down to bedrock and get a perfect road. If they paved over the existing road the cracks would come back. The cost to go down to bedrock was a lot more than we paid. THE DELEGATES chose to go with paving over the old road. The cheaper paving job. So why sue David Israel. Sue us the DELEGATES who voted for the roads that we now have. These people need to get a life and stop asking for money to sue ourselves. We are UCO. We voted for the roads as they are now.
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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

NOTICE OF UCO 2015 BUDGET REVIEW


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UCO 2015 BUDGET REVIEW
AUGUST 21, 2014

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MAIN CLUBHOUSE

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CLASSROOM C

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10:00AM

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Dave Israel
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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

New Supermarket at Century Corners

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http://www.gfscomingsoon.com/west-palm-beach.php


GFS Marketplace in West Palm Beach, FL

Finally, a quality anchor for this forty-year old shopping center. Should be good. 
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Sunday, August 17, 2014

A NEW HIGH IN CHUTZPAH - ANOTHER LAW SUIT THREATENED - "ORGANIZED ACTIVITY DEFINED"

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As one of our Bloggers has said, "You can't make this stuff up"!
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Now that the SUNBIZ Corporation has been created by Attorney Feaman, let's have a look at the first "Organized Activity"
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Well, that is quite a neat "Organized Activity"; in essence, it says; "You sue him or I'll sue you"
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The strategy seems to be that Solomon & Karpf, want UCO to drag the entire Village into a protracted EXPENSIVE law suit; does this sound familiar? There would of course be no Insurance to cover such a UCO initiated lawsuit; and "Money would be flowing out of our pockets"
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Would you all like to pay for this financial adventure? It's so nice to have neighbors like this - can you imagine what would have happened had they and their friends gotten into UCO Office.
 
Sue! Sue! Sue!
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Dave Israel
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Wednesday, August 13, 2014

If Century Village installs a campus-wide integrated WiFi

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If Century Village installs a campus-wide integrated WiFi system over the next year- Will it be necessary to renew the Comcast Cable contract that expires in a few years?

Right now we have WiFi TV, WiFi phones, WiFi Movies- so will cable be necessary in the future if Century Village installs a campus-wide WiFi program now?

Currently all residents pay $26.00 +/- per month for Comcast Cable in their monthly maintenance.

If WiFi could replace the cable- wouldn't each resident save money each month by not having to pay for Comcast cable?  (Probably closer to $35 per month with yearly increases in Cable costs).

Again the Comcast contract doesn't expire for a few years- So I wonder if Comcast is fostering the malcontent's  "LAN router - NoFi"  as a scheme to prevent Century Village from installing a first rate- stand alone WiFi system?  

 If Comcast could Kill the WiFi program now, then residents would be forced to renew the cable contract in a few years, and have cable costs for the rest of their lives?

Century Village is a cash cow for Comcast-- so is Comcast just sitting by and letting all that future revenue slip away - or are they working with the Malcontents?

Just a thought question- what are your ideas on this?

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

passing of a legend.

Today a comedy icon has passed of an apparent suicide. So much talent gone to waste.
Thank you Robin, for the years of laughter you gave us. You will always be remembered. 

Sunday, August 10, 2014

WINDOWS & MICROSOFT SCAM

Be ALERT, they ARE at it again.....just received a phone call listed as "UNAVAILABLE" the number
being 1-678-388-8312, an Asian Male, asking for me, when I asked what this was about, he proceeded
to tell me, he represents Windows and they have been alerted their is something wrong with my computer
(the microsoft program) at which time I interupted stating "Nothing is wrong with my computer and stop
attempting to Scam the public"  Dead silence followed and I disconnected the call....
They seem to make the rounds, every few weeks, and most unfortunately the individuals at the other
end all appear to be Asian...how pathetic!

Saturday, August 9, 2014

Wanna opt-out? Help is on the way

Tired of paying $120.00 for WI-FI good (at best) for one unit only? 
Call the POTATO HEAD hotline (if busy call SPUDS), they might tell you to 
Add a new chair (2 or more is best) in your condo
Have some SPUDS seat comfortably in it/them

"...using a combination of specially developed measuring and analysis tools and lots of potatoes, the Boeing engineers have been able to better understand the distribution of these hot and cold spots and safely tweak the Wi-Fi setup accordingly."

wired.co.uk



NEW SECURITY CAMERAS AT OKEECHOBEE GATE - SOUTHAMPTON BY WI-FI

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Here is a snapshot of six cameras, 5 at different positions at the Okeechobee gate.
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The five cameras at the gate, are wired into a DVR (Digital Video Recorder). The frame at the lower right is from a camera at the Southampton area, this frame is near the pool, and the data from this camera is being transmitted to the DVR by Wi-Fi. Without Wi-Fi at the Southampton pool, the cost to move the camera data by trenching fiber optic cable, would be prohibitive; This camera is a PTZ (Pan Tilt Zoom) camera, that is covering the entire length of the wall with the guitar center, the feed from this camera will be made available to PBSO.
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Based on a study by PBSO, they recommend 19 more such cameras at strategic points throughout the Village. To transmit this data at reasonable costs, Wi-Fi is a prerequisite.
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This is but one key value added feature provided by Village wide Wi-Fi, don't give up on real Wi-Fi.
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Delegates, move it forward.
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FYI - the photo in the middle on the bottom of the snapshot is from an IR (Infra-Red) camera, to capture license tags at night.
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Dave Israel




ZETABYTES - CONTENT DELIVERY - CABLE TV - WI-FI - BILATERAL AGREEMENT AND "OPTING OUT"

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Following is an extract from the Bilateral Agreement:
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(b) Cable Television Committee


This Committee shall have jurisdiction over cable television to Century Village. The Cable Committee shall review proposals from various cable television companies to determine the best possible price for cable television to all residents of Century Village. Cost for this  service will be included in the ASSOCIATIONS budget once confirmed at the Delegate Assembly and paid quarterly to UCO as a pass-through expense.

The document from which this was extracted, was written in 1999, 14 years ago, in the earliest days since which Communications has undergone an incredible revolution; this revolution is called "The INTERNET", or The World Wide Web.

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Based on the theory that this does not say Wi-Fi, some have decided to "opt-out" of Village wide Wi-Fi. My  claim, at Delegate Assembly; and now here, in the face of  much derision, is that this does indeed encompass Wi-Fi! Let's look at a bit of tech. talk. What is a Cable? A cable, is a wire, be it fiberglass or coaxial in structure, over which is delivered CONTENT. That content, can be virtually anything that can be reduced to binary data, ones and zeroes; bits. Anything, means record copy (text), speech, FAX, Computer Data, Audio, or Television.

Now let's look into the rapidly evolving now, and step through the future machine. Annual global IP (Internet Protocol) traffic will pass the zettabyte (1000 exabytes) threshold by the end of 2016, and will reach 1.6 zettabytes per year by 2018. In 2016, global IP traffic will reach 1.1 zettabytes per year or 91.3 exabytes (an Exabyte equals one billion gigabytes) per month, and by 2018, global IP traffic will reach 1.6 zettabytes per year or 131.9 exabytes per month. A byte, is 8 bits. Just think about this!!

Our content delivery (cable) contract expires in 2019, and no person in their right mind will ever sign a contract again; which chains us to the wire, at ghastly expense, and limited options; because now, the possibilities are endless.

In place of the Cable Wire, the content delivery system will be the Internet, via Wi-Fi!!

The world is changing, don't leave CV behind as the future passes us by, save Village wide Wi-Fi, be ready for the future.

Dave Israel



VILLAGE VOICE WEB SITE - CV PEMBROKE PINES

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Have a look at the Pembroke Pines Web Site.
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Unit Owner, owned and operated:
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http://www.century-village.net/century_village_voice.htm


  •                                                               CV PEMBROKE PINES
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What do you think about the ads?

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Dave Israel
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Friday, August 8, 2014

Monday, August 4, 2014

3 Police Cars

9:38AM Monday August 4th. Just drove in the Haverhill entrance. There are 3 police cars near the laundry waiting to pull in cars for speeding. What a cash grab! You would think they have better places to wait for speeders, like outside the Village. Haverhill is a speedway but they come to the Village.

Friday, August 1, 2014

Wi-FI

Written by a wise woman in the village who could not be at the Delegates Assembly:
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In talks of cutting Wi-Fi, we are missing the point: Wi-Fi represents a savings. It's shortsighted
to think of it only as an expense. It will save residents money by taking Internet costs
down from $30-40 for  I month closer to $3-even $10/month would save $20/month. We should
be looking for other cuts or a more gradual method of building up reserves. Let's look for a
better solution-or decide to make the short-term investment for a longer-term gain. We
voted for Wi-Fi several times, a lot of work has gone into developing the right plan and we
should not give it up so easily.
And regarding concerns that some people can't afford increases: We need to take care of
and be sensitive to the poorest among us. We should do everything to help them with the
programs and considerable resources available. But we are not a community for the indigent.
We need to attract more residents who can afford to invest in keeping the place they live
viable and vibrant; we need a balanced community. Wi-Fi is a statement that Century Village
is a modern, up to date community. It's the only chance our most disadvantaged residents will
have to enjoy the benefits of the Internet.
We need a better solution than cutting Wi-Fi. We shouldn't vote to cut savings.
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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

HOW MUCH PER MONTH TO REINSTATE WI-FI?

From what I've been told, the $400,000 in the Wi-Fi account, which may be transferred to the UCO Reserves, would have been enough to pay for the installation of the Wi-Fi towers and equipment. Essentially our only costs, once the equipment was in place, would have been operational, amounting to $2-3 per unit per month.

Assuming, because of the shortfall in Reserves, that this $400,000 IS transferred to the Reserves, what would it cost per unit per month to reinstate Wi-Fi? I figure it this way, in two-steps:

1. Step 1: Add $2.40 to what every unit pays for two (2) years to come up with $450,000 for the Wi-Fi installation two years from January 1, 2015. Why $450,000? Because the cost may have gone up a little by January 1, 2017. ($2.40 x 24 months = $57.60 x 7800 units = $449,280.) During this time the Wi-Fi Committee can continue its negotiations with Wi-Fi companies. This is important because our dropping out of the picture entirely sends a message to the best Wi-Fi companies: "Don't spend time and effort on Century Village; they aren't serious players."

2. Step 2: Every unit pays $2-3 (NOT $2-3 plus $2.40) during the operational phase of Wi-Fi, which would presumably begin sometime in 2017. At the same time the terrific Internet service savings begin to occur. I may be able to drop my $39-per-month for Internet charged by AT & T. Others with $20-30 plans will still save a bundle. 

This is what we face, it seems to me, if Village-wide Wi-Fi is reinstated: essentially only a two-year wait (that's the new part) and $2-3 a month more in UCO dues. Is that such a hard pill to swallow?

Wi-Fi and MORE at CV


This is from Part 2 of this blog and needs to be repeated here.
It is a shame that 5-6 malcontents who HATE Dave Israel SO much are trying to sink the Wi-Fi proposal that would help move CV into the 20th century (we can work on the 21st later). 


Prior UCO administrations woefully neglected our infrastructure.  Many condo association buildings are a shambles with incompetent or absent Boards of Directors paying no attention.

 
Folks we NEED to INVEST some money here at home!


Studying WiFi

Below is part of Anitra Kraus' - easy to understand - article from UCO Reporter August page B5. Thanks Anitra.
I have obtained a copy of the router that has been proposed by Comcast as a business modem that can be placed in individual associations as a business account to wi-fi the building. The interesting thing is that that modem is the exact modem I have in my home. The signal from that modem does not reach out very far from my unit. I cannot go more than two (2) units away from mine and still receive a signal on my laptop. Also, if my husband is listening to his radio stream and I am trying to play a game, the speed drops tremendously.
Also in having only one (1) modem per building, it means that everyone in that building is using the same security access code. This means that there are people that know how to access other computers via that modem — so your computer is compromised.

Again recently, I had to give my access code to the EMS when they came to my apartment because they could not access their modem on their unit. Wouldn’t it be nice if they could have their own access via the Wi-Fi to access records they need to take care of us? I am thankful that it was not a life-threatening emergency when they were called and we had time to put the needed codes in their computer.

UCO MONTHLY MEETINGS - AUGUST 2014

 
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Dave Israel
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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

WiFi....???

What Is The Status Of UCO WiFi ?

Monday, July 28, 2014

ANOTHER COMPUTER SCAM

This morning, I received a call from a computer tech claiming I have a software problem on my computer.  I told him I know his game and it is a scam and not to call.  He had an Indian accent and insisted I think I don't have a problem because I am just looking at my hard drive.  At this point, I lost it and told him to go to hell.   I don't  know how they do this because the number was 212-017-1180 which was a New York number and name not found.  I called that number and it is not a working number.

A while back my neighbor fell for a scam with technicians that sold her the Microsoft Essentials anti-virus program for $275.00.  She asked me to come and check her computer because she was having a problem with her printer.  She told me she subscribed to a new anti-virus program that only cost her $275.00 for 3 years which the techs downloaded on her computer remotely.  I mentioned that was funny because I got mine for free.  Anyone can download this program from Microsoft. Fortunately, she called the company and got her money back.  She was one of the lucky ones.  I am still concerned that they have information from her computer from having remote access.

So please be aware of these scams.  They are always looking for new ways to get money and identity information from you.  Don't trust anyone that calls you, even if it is your bank.  Call them instead and don't ever give your social security number.

JOINT SPECIAL MEETING - OFFICERS & FINANCE COMMITTEES - UCO BUDGET FOR 2015 PRESENTED




                    Officers Meeting - Budget 7-24-2014  Part 1 from David B. Israel on Vimeo.


                    Officers Meeting - Budget 7-24-2014 Part 2 from David B. Israel on Vimeo.
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Dave Israel
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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

TWO BOOKS I LIKED


Duty and Stress Test

I recently read two books that interested me because the writers bridged the gap between the George W. Bush and Barack Obama administrations—that is, they worked for both. When someone works for two politically opposed administrations, I take notice, because I think he or she must be pretty capable and evenhanded.

Duty, by Robert M. Gates, tells of his replacing Donald Rumsfeld as Secretary of Defense under President G. W. Bush and continuing on as President Obama’s Secretary of Defense through his first term. Gates had to deal with the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, of course. He tells of his dealings with both presidents, both vice presidents, the secretaries of state, the congress, and the military leaders in particular. The sacrifices of America’s youth weighed very heavily on him, you will find throughout Duty.

Stress Test, by Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, is the story of his life, how he became gradually interested in economics, and his climb up the financial ladder holding various positions of influence until he became appointed Secretary of the Treasury under Obama. The fact he had a Republican background, worked closely with President G. W. Bush, and was (I would say) a Keynesian, especially interested me. I have never understood economics very well, but this book helped me understand more—especially in dealing with the onset of panic during a recession, which is what the US faced in 2008-2009.  He credits Bush with agreeing with the first bailout measure and Obama for his support of the “cocktail” of measures Geithner and others recommended during some extremely harrowing days.

Sunday, July 20, 2014

"Reserve Requirement"

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This question is for Mr. O'Brien- or anyone else who cares to answer:

In the Treasurer's Column, published in this months UCO Reporter, mention is made several times of a "reserve requirement".

Who, or what entity, "requires" the reserve amounts quoted in the article? Is this a law? Are these amounts based on guidelines provided by some government agency or professional association?

It may be that these reserve numbers are simply the professional opinion of one highly qualified individual (Howard), who was elected by the Delegate Assembly to analyse UCO finances and offer a plan for our future. And that's fine- prudent reserves based on accurate and objective analysis of the Village's physical plant just makes good sense.

But is it a "requirement"?

Suggestion for Century Village Pools :-)




Saturday, July 19, 2014

PRESIDENT FOR LIFE

I Think the MALS might  have something there! I will be circulating a petition to name David I ( President For Life ). After this becomes a reality, the Village Elders will perform an exorcism to rid CV of the MALS . The petition will be circulated at all pools , bus stops and the local Publix. America ! Ain't it great!

Friday, July 18, 2014

JESSICA TICKTIN ESQ. - CANDIDATE FOR JUDGE - MEET AND GREET

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Dave Israel
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DELEGATE ASSEMBLY - JULY 11, 2014 - LIVE IN CYBERSPACE

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                         delegate assembly 7-11-2014 PART 1 from David B. Israel on Vimeo.
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                             delegate assembly 7-11-2014 Part 2 from David B. Israel on Vimeo.
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                                  delegate assembly 7-11-2014 Part 3 from David B. Israel on Vimeo.
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Thanks to Ed Black and Anitra Kraus for rendering, and upload to Vimeo.
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Dave Israel
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Thursday, July 17, 2014

Thank You Palm Beach Sheriff's Office!

Congratulations to UCO for having PBSO officers on duty during Delegate Meetings to arrest or eject unruly people from the meeting.  This was the calmest meeting in many months, as the "bad apples" were kept in check.  

Perhaps more people will now show up if the PBSO officers keep guard over these five or six people.