Update 9.17.07: It's been nearly a week since the DHL Board was supposed to have discussed BelmontNA's membership application. And so far, no one has notified the association's officers of any decision or action, including the expected protest from Lower Greenville NA.
The BelmontNA is one step closer to membership in the Dallas Homeowners League.
According to DHL president Jeri Arbuckle, the DHL Board will accept BelmontNA's application for membership at its monthly Board meeting on Monday evening.
And just as quickly, Lower Greenville NA will file a formal protest to the application due to overlapping boundaries, bad breath and because they don't like anyone who upsets their apple cart.
Inquiring minds want to know if the LGNA membership (the exact number is a national security secret) has any clue what their board is doing??
Do they really want to see Mad Maxine start a knock-down, drag-out fight over who speaks for which neighborhood?
Trust BD, you do not want to bet your money on the little whiney lady from LGNA.
DHL bylaws require a hearing between the two associations before the DHL Board, and Arbuckle said she wants it to take place before the end of September.
Order your tickets now for a ringside seat.
Read the official BelmontNA statement, posted on their website.