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Thursday, October 30, 2014

HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO TREAT THESE PANDA CUBS

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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

“A FAIRY TALE GONE AMOK" IS RIGHT.


MARK YOUR CALENDAR!

This summer while up north, I received e-mails almost every other day about the Act Two Community Theater’s upcoming rehearsals, for I was being sent the same notices being sent to the cast members of “Once Upon a Time,” the play they are performing on December 8. It seemed they were rehearsing with a vengeance (and eating almost as often, I might add). They were learning their lines, changing the script, now incorporating dancers, now painting backdrop scenes, and (having made the round of the thrift stores) even making their own costumes. What was I going to find when I got back to the Village?

I found out on October 15 when I attended their dress rehearsal. For a small group of mostly amateurs, performing now for only a little over a year, they are putting on an extravaganza. Did I say small group? It’s not so small now; it’s up to 26 players, almost as many as took part in the Resident Show.

The play is about Cinderella. Simple enough, yes? Well, not so fast, for this is a slightly different Cinderella. Cinderella is a fairy tale, and when you get into the Land of Faerie, anything can happen, including the intrusion of OTHER fairy tales, which is what happens here.

It will help to watch the first part of the play closely. Do you remember your old fairy tales—Sleeping Beauty, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and Beauty and the Beast? Do you recall The Wizard of Oz with the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good? Do you remember the curses and the remedies? Watch for these signs of FAIRY TALE MIX-UP.

Listen carefully to the narrator as the play proceeds. There is a surprise ending, but I will leave it to you to find out if it is a happy one, for Cinderella nearly goes off the rails.

Act Two Community Theater has the use of Classroom C for this production, so hopefully there will be plenty of room for everyone who wants to attend. Remember, the actors and stagehands for the most part are not professionals; they are past their prime and the sets have been cobbled together. Cut them some slack! They are your neighbors having a good time and hoping you do, too.

The show is on Monday, December 8, 2014, and starts at 7:00 p.m. Sit down, get comfortable, let yourself drift back into the World of Faerie, and enjoy!

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Re The Paving & Lawsuit
We had a meeting with the paving contractor. We were told that to have a perfect job they would have to dig up the old paving and start over. The delegates in their wisdom took the cheap route and had the paving done over the existing then pavement. As a result the cracks came back. We got what we paid for. Why people are suing when we were told the cracks would come back is amazing. Some people have nothing better to do with our people's money.

Friday, October 17, 2014

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Saturday, October 11, 2014

IS ONE-VOTE-PER-UNIT A GOOD IDEA?


A lot of the folk in the Village think “one vote per unit” would be a good idea, and that the UCO bylaws should be changed to include this. Some apparently think it would not be a good idea. Some of us, myself included, don’t exactly know what those favoring one-vote-per-unit MEAN by it. One vote per unit is clear enough, but one vote about what? Who gets to be UCO president? Who gets elected as an officer—and if so, what officers? All of them or only some? Would it extend to electing Executive Board members? Might it extend to voting on certain important ISSUES?

I’d like to get clear on this much first. Then, in the light of how far one-vote-per-unit applies, consider whether it’s a good idea.

If we do think it’s a good idea, then we need to think through the mechanics of administering one-vote-per-unit. Would it be workable? Can unit owners vote by mail? What controls would be needed? Would we need professional help? How expensive would this be?

Of course our one-vote-per-unit would have its parallel in the oft-cited suggestion of voting for US president (and vice president?) by popular vote. Many people favor such a change, but the founding fathers thought it wise to give the states more than zero say in this decision. They also questioned whether the average voter was sufficiently informed and possessed of good judgment to make a wise choice, and provided an “out” through the Electoral College. This would seem to parallel the question for us: Are unit owners (as contrasted with delegates) too out of touch with UCO operations to vote sensibly? Or, thanks perhaps to improved communications, are our owners now better educated in Village affairs?

Seems to me there is a lot to consider. I hope we don’t rush to judgment on this, but give it time to be thoroughly discussed. That takes time in a large group such as ours. Maybe the blog would be a good forum for hashing this out?




 

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

WI-FI HOT SPOTS - HIGH INSECURITY - IS IT WORTH THE RISK

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Those Associations who have jumped on the Wi-Fi Hotspot bandwagon, may not be aware that their good friend Comcast is listing their name and location on the Internet for all to see. See the following  FYI:
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REF:  http://hotspots.wifi.comcast.com/ (PLUG IN 33417 IN THE SEARCH WINDOW)
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Wellington A Condo Association Incorporated
114 Wellington A,
West Palm Beach, FL 33417
xfinitywifi
Indoor
         Government / Library / Other
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Coventry J Association Inc.
240 Coventry J,
West Palm Beach, FL 33417
xfinitywifi
Indoor
Office Building
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BARBARA BUSINESS INC
200 Dorchester I,
West Palm Beach, FL 33417
xfinitywifi
Indoor
Government / Library / Other
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WINDSOR A ASSOC
16 Windsor A,
West Palm Beach, FL 33417
xfinitywifi
Indoor
Government / Library / Other
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What this "Government / Library / Other" is all about, I cannot begin to imagine.

Now for a few thoughts as to what this blatant violation of your privacy may lead to:

1)    The most obvious problem is that outsiders, now that they know where you are,  will connect to your public gateway and hog the bandwidth and slow down the Internet connection speed of your authorized users, like from across the street in the trailer park. 
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2)    Another obvious issue is that visitors might be able to interact with computers and other devices on your personal network (wired or wireless) since everything connects to the same gateway device.
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3)    People locate Comcast hotpots via an Xfinity app or through the Xfinity hotspot locator site. (see above) I would be concerned about my address being broadcast by the app or the website.
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4)    What if a guest,(or a unit owner in your building) using the Internet connection in your Association, does something illegal (like download pornography)? Something so bad that law enforcement agencies get involved. This has come up many times before and is, perhaps, the most important reason not to share your Association Internet connection. To the outside world, all computing devices in your Association look the same. That is, they share a common public IP address (an IP address is the unique number that identifies a single entity on a TCP/IP network). Nothing I have read says that XFINITY WiFi guests are assigned their own public IP address. If they are not, anyone offering the service from their Association, runs the risk of men with guns knocking on their door, for the illegal actions of one rogue guest, or owner.
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5)    And even if Comcast can relate any illegal activity to their customer who was a guest on your home router at 9:56pm on Tuesday, would you trust one of the most hated companies in the U.S. to have your back in this case? That there are no detailed explanations of how this works just makes one more doubtful. 
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6)    Finally it must be noted, XFINITY WiFi is not limited to Comcast customers, making the task of identifying the real perpetrator of illegal activity that much harder. 

7)    There are two ways that anyone can hop onto your Association system: a free trial and a short term access pass. Bad guys with stolen credit cards can get online for an hour ($2.95), a day ($7.95) or a week ($19.95). Bad guys without a credit card can use two free sessions of an hour each. 
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Please do not risk the dangers of this Internet horror story waiting to happen, wait for and vote for real and secure Village wide Wi-Fi
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Dave Israel
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Friday, October 3, 2014

DELEGATE ASSEMBLY OCTOBER 3, 2014 - LIVE IN CYBERSPACE


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Delegate Assembly 10-3-2014 p1 from David B. Israel on Vimeo.
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Delegate Assembly 10-3-2014 p 4 from David B. Israel on Vimeo.
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Condo Expo recommended at Delegate Assy

http://www.pbcondohoaexpo.com/




I have attended for 2 years, excellent, saw presentations on reserves, and concrete, among many others. The program is good reference for all contractors and businesses that serve condos with the latest methods.  Information available in 100 booths.

Thursday, October 2, 2014

"SNOWBIRDS GET THE VOTE ON UCO BUDGET"

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Is my Post title premature, perhaps but I hope not wishful thinking.
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Tomorrow, a very important vote is on the Agenda; the Bylaw change  if approved, will move the date for presentation and acceptance of the UCO budget from the current October, to January.
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This simple act, will shift the debate and vote, to a time when the CV Seasonal Residents are present in force and may actively participate.
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Such measures, to engage some 50% of our unit owners in very important business of our Village is long overdue!
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Delegates, please give this Bylaw change serious thought coming up to our Friday Delegate Assembly meeting; and then, show up and vote.
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Dave Israel
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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

LIVE FEEDS MOVED TO SIDEBAR

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In response to a suggestion by one of our Bloggers, I have moved the live video feeds for Channel 63 and the Okeechobee gate cameras to the sidebar.
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This will allow current Posts to come to the top of the BLOG and reduce the down-scrolling to read them.
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To readily read the video feeds, you may expand them to full screen by left clicking on the little white rectangle at the lower right of the video frame which has a smaller black rectangle inside it.
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This will also make for greater convenience when additional video feeds become available.
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I would greatly appreciate your comments on this change.
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Dave Israel
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Welcome to our snowbirds and new owners and residents!

Century Village in West Palm Beach is probably the best place to retire to.
We have it all for a great "price" .And you know what all is, entertainment, clubs/ organizations,film, health club,indoor pool and outdoor pools, tennis, racquet ball, shuffle board, pickle ball, , library, card room, billiards and on and on.
Now in this new winter season we also have the best weather.
I come to the heart of my post: this is your home and mine. I'm asking you to take pride in CV. 
Pride meaning keeping all areas clean, not only your private space, but all common areas. Keep the speed limit for everyone's safety including yours.  Be a courteous driver and stop for pedestrians. Say,"hello, good morning, good eve" to everyone you pass by. It doesn't hurt. 
Remember getting annoyed or angry at your neighbor only effects your physical health, which you care about, so you can live here a long and healthy time.And if you live here all year 'round you can also read this. 
Let's keep Century 5 star living place it is.


Thanks.Ruthie



Amendment #2 to legalize Medical Marijuana

Thisi is  not the "pot smoking " you did not want your kids to do. This is a serious health aid that will make life better for Floridians with serious illnesses. 
If you need convincing go to: www.silvertour.org or just google medical marijuana.
So, comes Election Day or your vote by mail ballot come vote YES on # 2. This is for your sake and 
Your neighbors and loved ones in Florida. 
Thanks.
CV Blog Front Page

I was wondering, if items such as "Channel 63 Camera Feeds" and "Okeechobee Gatehouse Cameras Live" could be moved to the sidebar after lets say a month of priority viewing. Expiring September 2015 is a little far.
 I am a follower of this blog and often use my iPad to see what's up. It has now gotten to the point that to view the most current blog postings, we have to scroll down almost two pages. I think that those who really need assistance to find these links can either ask on this blog or go to the side bars!

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Woman shoots man at Century Village; victim’s condition unknown

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http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/news/man-rushed-to-hospital-after-woman-shoots-him-at-c/nhW67/

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USE YOUR LOCAL CABLE FROM ANYWHERE ON EARTH - GO SLINGBOX

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Today I was asked a question, "why do I have to pay for Cable 12 months of the year, when I am only resident for six months per year?"
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OK! the reason is that we have a bulk contract with Comcast at a discount of some 65%, but this is based on 100% participation.
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However, you may, through a process called "place-shifting" , control and view your local Comcast video from any place on Earth, the device enabling this remote streaming is called a Slingbox:
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 slingbox placeshift
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This is well worth every seasonal resident looking into, you simply plug the data source into the Slingbox here, and control and view the video from anywhere!
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This is proven technology, so look into it and then maximize usage of your Comcast programming; and then terminate the Cable service at your remote location. 
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Dave Israel
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Saturday, September 27, 2014

BAR CODES AND SNOW BIRDS

I just read in the UCO Reporter that the first 100 applicants per day will be processed for bar codes for residents' vehicles. Who wants to get involved in that? Why not permit folks to apply via mail? Those of us who will not be in C.V. for the next few weeks or months can simply fill out the form that can be placed in the form section of the blog (the current form is for transponder), enclose a check, a copy of the registration and a stamped, self-addressed envelope. The application can be processed and the bar code sticker can be returned in the envelope provided with instructions on where to mount the sticker. It seems pretty simple to me. No lines, no fuss, no muss and it takes the pressure off other residents who wish to visit UCO and get their sticker on the spot. Any misuse will result in the revocation of the sticker. Our time at C.V. is valuable. I, for one, do not want to waste a morning waiting for a bar code sticker. This is an easy fix. Please make it happen!

Friday, September 26, 2014

UCO OFFICERS COMMITTEE MEETING - SEPTEMBER 25, 2014

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Please let us know in the Comment stream what you think of this extension of the Information Forward Initiative.
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Dave Israel
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officers mtg 9-25 from David B. Israel on Vimeo.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

RESIDENT POOL CLOSED FOR CONSTRUCTION

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Dave Israel
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UCO MONTHLY MEETING CALENDAR - OCTOBER 2014

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Schedule is subject to change
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Dave Israel
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FROM COUNTY COMMISSIONER PAULETTE BURDICK - HAPPY NEW YEAR

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1:21 PM (1 minute ago)

 

Paulette Burdick P.

1:21 PM (1 minute ago)
to Paulette
 
Dear Friends,
 
I just wanted to wish you and yours a very Happy, Healthy and Sweet New Year.
 
Regards,
 
Paulette  
            Vice Mayor
County Commissioner - District Two

Happy New Year to all my Jewish friends!

Happy New Year!

Wishing all my Jewish friends a very happy and healthy New Year!

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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