Management by Peers

Things took a while, but eventually all the legal wrangling was over and Tucson Estates Property Owners Association (known as TEPOA) got down to business meeting the needs of the community.

In the new TEPOA By-Laws, a "Management by Peers" concept was established through the Standing Committee Article which is a major part of TEPOA management, budgeting, and governing today. By January of 1992, a new Board of Directors had been elected, seven standing committee chairpersons were appointed, and Tucson Estates was underway. Improved roads, a trash hauler contract, and a new community recreational hall to seat 1,000 people were projects the new Board considered.

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