Oakmont manager Cassie Turner resigns following pickleball vote (CA)

The fallout from Oakmont’s great pickleball debate continues to roil the east Santa Rosa retirement community.  Oakmont Village Association manager Cassie Turner resigned Friday, citing difficulty working with a board she says is freezing her out of key decision making.   “I’m being shut out,” Turner said. “They just don’t communicate with me.”  Turner said the “lack of collaboration and the high degree of exclusion” she and some board members have experienced recently left her no choice but to step down from the association, which governs the common buildings and facilities in the community of about 4,500 residents.   Read the article…………….


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