AAFPO Board of Directors member Jim Brown threatens physical violence to another board member, Jack Fuehr at the Member Social in the Garden Court of the Angel Fire Resort Hotel.
Association of Angel Fire Property Owners Board of Directors
1. The AAFPO Board regrets the recent resignation of two of its 9 members; Curtis Jones, President, and Martha Lassetter, Secretary. Martha and Curtis have served the membership well and we on the Board are grateful for their hard work and commitment to improving our Resort amenities and securing a quality of life that is […]
AAFPO Member Social October 12 at the Resort Hotel Garden Court
The Association of Angel Fire Property Owners (AAFPO) board of directors elections are held annually in June. Your participation in these elections is very important for the following reasons, please vote: A reasonable turnover of officers on the board assures the general membership of fresh ideas. Reduces the workload on board members and officers that […]
To all members, My wife and I are absolutely disgusted at the increase in our membership dues on our unimproved property in Angel Fire Resort. We bought the land to build on in 10 years after both of us retire from the US Air Force. Because of this gross increase in membership dues, it is […]
The AAFPO Board Members elections are almost upon us. There are six nominees for the four open positions.
Any member in good standing may petition for candidacy by obtaining signatures of ten other members in good standing. Please contact any member of the Membership Committee for assistance with or clarification on obtaining Petition signatures. A petition form may be obtained online at the AAFPO website www.aafpo.org or by requesting a copy from the […]
The Association of Angel Fire Property Owners board of directors elects Curtis Jones as President. AAFPO By Laws limit officers of the board to 3 consecutive terms. Jones has already reached the term limit but is elected. When one of the new board members points out this violation of the by laws, the board ignores […]