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"I don't Give a Damn" Manager

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Shack next to tennis court in bad repair, needs sanding. Door needs replacing

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Wall behind bench looks terrible, needs repair and painting.

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garbage is handled is unsightly

 

Manager Frank Barry is responsible (with Board members) for not filing for Building permits -- ever for 15 years. He is responsible for not ever filing for a Coastal Zone Permit -- possible liability of as much as $30,000,000. He functions as a construction contractor, yet he has no license to do so. He hires an unlicensed Electrician to perform work that by law must be performed by a licensed Electrian.

Mr. Barry has a payroll of 8 to 10 men, only one or two of them are working at any one time -- during the paid work day.

 

There is not enough work at SBCW for a full time "executive" who does not know how to fix anything. Frank Barry makes way too much for someone who hardly works -- $60,000 per year, free apartment, 12 weeks a year vacation.

The Tennis Coart area, hedges, fences, flood, hurricane shutters, Junk, Security, Stairs, Garbage... are all examples of this "I don't Give a Damn" manager.

Frank Barry is good at one thing, Stroking the Owners. He stacks the Board with his cronies and "yes men". Here he is seen riding on the SBCW provided golf cart with his partner in crime, Steven Kerschner, Director and President of the SBCW Board. Kerschner is without credintials to be a Board member. He represented that he was an Owner, and he wasn't -- for 8 years!

 

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Hedges around the SBCW facility are in terrible shape -- some trimmed, most look as if they have been in need of trimming for years. This is not for lack of manpower to do the job -- due to lazy management not getting it done.

 

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The way that garbage is handled is unsightly, inefficient, and unsanitary. Garbage is piled up two feet above the tops of the cans in the garbage area between Units C and D. Garbage is left for weeks in an open construction dumpster before it is picked up. Men must manually empty the garbage from the two areas (Between C and D and between A and B) put into a truck, then unload again into the dumpster.

No one collects the garbage on Saturday so owners, guests, and renters must look at garbage piled up all weekend.

The fences around the Garbage areas look terrible and should be redesigned and rebuilt. We should have small dumpsters at each of the two garbage areas and have a garbage company pick up and empty these small dumpsters.