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HOA Question "Nanny" pass for the pool

Discussion in 'Broadlands Community Issues' started by gb10, May 8, 2014.

  1. gb10

    gb10 General Lurker

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    Am I reading this correctly? Last year I paid $40 for my nanny to get a pool pass for the season so she could take my kids to the pool. This year it's $100? That's quite an increase.
     
  2. Che11ez

    Che11ez Active Member

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    Does this mean the pass they got last year isn't valid? Where did you read this information? Confusing, BIG time!
     
  3. Che11ez

    Che11ez Active Member

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    By reading it, it seems as if its for "new" nanny passes?? Doesn't say anything in regards to "renewing" though.
     
  4. gb10

    gb10 General Lurker

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    Unfortunately it's a new nanny so it's not a renewal. The 2014 rules refer to a "resident caregiver" and say it's $100 for the season. Even the non-resident passes are less than $100 when you do the math. It's a little out of whack - I guess I'll have to confrim when I get there.
     
  5. mikebnllnb

    mikebnllnb Member

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    I think the Non Resident passes you are referring too are just additional guess passes. I think a non-resident family pass is $400 for the season.
     
  6. gb10

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    The family non-resident pass is $400 for up to 5 people and then $75 for each additional person = less than $100 per person.
     
  7. bike4fun

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    Non-resident can purchase a family pass for $400. This includes up to 5 members. Additional member cost $75.

    In the mean time, owners have to pay an additional $100 for a yearly pass for a caregiver (nanny, summer overseas student).

    So owners have to pay $100 additional, but non-owners have to pay $75. This doesn't seem right to me.
     
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    T8erman Well-Known Member

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    Non-resident, for a family size UP TO 5 is $400, any additional family member is $75. Your post even says that. ;)
     
  9. KTdid

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    I don't think bike was making a rhetorical statement rather questioning why a HOA member is paying $25 more than a non-resident's add-on.
     
  10. mikebnllnb

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    They're not paying for a Broadlands resident. They're paying for someone outside of Broadlands. Is there a difference? Not all non-resident families have 5 members some may have 3. The pass is still $400
     
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