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 PostPosted: Sat 18 Nov 2017 8:54 am   
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Yes, compared to every other major timeshare system we have the lowest maintenance fees (Hilton, Hyatt, Marriott, Diamond, etc). Good luck getting a 2BR week in a prime season for $700.


Maintenance fees on a 10,000 credit account is 939.40 per year according to this link: http://advantagevacation.com/wyndham-wo ... ance-fees/

Where are coming up with the 700.00?


Actually 10,001 - 12,500 pts are $930.40 according to that.



7,500 -10,000 pts are $790.04.

For larger accounts, the cost will drop below $700. My 20,000 pt account is $1387.48, so it cost me $693.74 a week for 10000 pt reservations.

A 50,000 credit account is $3179.80 or $635.96 for a 10k week.

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 PostPosted: Sat 18 Nov 2017 10:46 am   
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It is not just quality of the resort but also the desirability of the location that makes those other "top shelf" timeshares more expensive. Unfortunately, staying at a WM, the motel 6 of timeshares, is getting to be almost as expensive as the other timeshares. In a true free market system if motel 6 did this they would go out of business. But WM doesn't exist in this same system.

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 PostPosted: Tue 28 Nov 2017 3:32 pm   
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Posted by Victor Von:
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UPON A MOTION TO CAST THE BOARD PROXY BALLOTS AS FOLLOWS: 35% TO CECILIA CUEVAS, 40% TO LINDA HILDEBRANT AND 25% TO BOB HARTSOCK, duly made by Dave Herrick and seconded by Bob Morrison, the motion was approved with Cecilia Cuevas abstaining.


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Roberta Koc
[u]Roberta Koc[/u] Sure wish Bob had abstained!
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Marc Mcintosh
Marc Mcintosh Victor Von, Nice find. Where did you find this?
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Victor Von
Victor Von It is in the 10-17-17 Board meeting minutes. Also, maintenance fee dues, Bonus Time and housekeeping will be increased 5% for 2018. That is in the 10-30-17 minutes.
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 PostPosted: Tue 28 Nov 2017 10:51 pm   
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javanite wrote:
UPON A MOTION TO CAST THE BOARD PROXY BALLOTS AS FOLLOWS: 35% TO CECILIA CUEVAS, 40% TO LINDA HILDEBRANT AND 25% TO BOB HARTSOCK, duly made by Dave Herrick and seconded by Bob Morrison, the motion was approved with Cecilia Cuevas abstaining.

Less than 50% proxies for an incumbent in what was essentially a two Board position race and 65% of Board proxies split among two independent candidates?

That definitely changes the narrative about how the Board of Directors does not support independent candidates.

And WMOwners must not object to the choice of the independent Candidate, because collectively WMO controlled enough votes to change the outcome of the At-Large race.

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 PostPosted: Wed 29 Nov 2017 12:01 am   
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1nceBurned2wiceShy wrote:
...How many votes for the third candidate, Geoff Richards? He was the "Developer Only" candidate, but the number of votes he received is still a critical element of the election and should be reported by the Tabulator and reported to the Membership. It is, after all, an open election.


He received at least one vote cast by the Developer.

What is so critical about any other number?

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 PostPosted: Wed 29 Nov 2017 5:07 pm   

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TahoeGary wrote:
1nceBurned2wiceShy wrote:
...How many votes for the third candidate, Geoff Richards? He was the "Developer Only" candidate, but the number of votes he received is still a critical element of the election and should be reported by the Tabulator and reported to the Membership. It is, after all, an open election.


He received at least one vote cast by the Developer.

What is so critical about any other number?


That would let us know how many were votes for At-Large.


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 PostPosted: Wed 29 Nov 2017 7:38 pm   
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Claude wrote:
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1nceBurned2wiceShy wrote:
...How many votes for the third candidate, Geoff Richards? He was the "Developer Only" candidate, but the number of votes he received is still a critical element of the election and should be reported by the Tabulator and reported to the Membership. It is, after all, an open election.


He received at least one vote cast by the Developer.

What is so critical about any other number?


That would let us know how many were votes for At-Large.

I agree that at least one developer vote for candidate Geoff Richards should be reported by the tabulator.

However, I expect that the vote(s) reported for Mr. Richards would have no resemblance to the Developer's voting power, assuming that is what you are suggesting the number would represent. Wyndham will not disclose anything that they have decided not to disclose, until required by a court of law.

Computershare (Wyndham's contracted election tabulator) will likely tell you that their contract with Wyndham does not require such disclosure.

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 PostPosted: Wed 29 Nov 2017 8:01 pm   

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TahoeGary wrote:
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He received at least one vote cast by the Developer.

What is so critical about any other number?


That would let us know how many were votes for At-Large.

I agree that at least one developer vote for candidate Geoff Richards should be reported by the tabulator.

However, I expect that the vote(s) reported for Mr. Richards would have no resemblance to the Developer's voting power, assuming that is what you are suggesting the number would represent. Wyndham will not disclose anything that they have decided not to disclose, until required by a court of law.

Computershare (Wyndham's contracted election tabulator) will likely tell you that their contract with Wyndham does not require such disclosure.


Isn't the contract with WorldMark the Club? The Developer's voting power is calculable from their credits owned if that figure is published. (Annual Report?)


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TahoeGary wrote:
1nceBurned2wiceShy wrote:
...How many votes for the third candidate, Geoff Richards? He was the "Developer Only" candidate, but the number of votes he received is still a critical element of the election and should be reported by the Tabulator and reported to the Membership. It is, after all, an open election.


He received at least one vote cast by the Developer.

What is so critical about any other number?

Some people are curious about the Developer's voting power. I think the Developer receives two votes just like any other member. If Geoff Richards was elected by about 20,000 voting points, then the Developer cast one vote for Geoff Richards and one vote for one of the independent, At-Large candidates. If the voting points for Geoff Richards was closer to 40,000, then the Developer completely stepped away from the At-Large race. Maybe I am the only one who would find that interesting.

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 PostPosted: Thu 30 Nov 2017 8:52 pm   
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Couldn't Wyndham designate the BoD as their proxy to vote the At-Large position?

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ecwinch wrote:
Couldn't Wyndham designate the BoD as their proxy to vote the At-Large position?

They could... but then they wouldn't be able to vote for Geoff at all.
How do the Bylaws read regarding the Declarant-only position? Is it a nomination or an actual running.


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Excuse my legal naiveté, but all five Directors represent all WorldMark members, whether any member can or does vote for that particular Director. Is the WorldMark election an open election or a secret election or a semi-secret election?

I think it is as open an election as every other WorldMark election and every member deserves to know the full election results for all five of their Board representatives.

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Claude wrote:
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Couldn't Wyndham designate the BoD as their proxy to vote the At-Large position?

They could... but then they wouldn't be able to vote for Geoff at all.

Excellent point. The Board proxies can't be voted for the Declarant-Only Candidate.

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They couldn't make a directed proxy for the Developer position?

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 PostPosted: Fri 01 Dec 2017 8:09 am   
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ecwinch wrote:
They couldn't make a directed proxy for the Developer position?

The voter booklet did state that only the Declarant could cast a ballot for the Declarant-Only Director.

In terms of the vote tally, though, a directed proxy for the developer position would still place 50% of the Declarant's voting power for the Declarant-Only Director.

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