PGNA Board Election, Proposed Amendment to Declaration & Annual Meeting
Annual Meeting,Election, & Proposed Amendment to Declaration
is on September 13, 2022.
Annual Meeting is at 7 pm and will be held in-person as well as online.
At this Annual Meeting, the election of Board members will be held as well as a vote on a proposed amendment to the Park Glen Phase 2 Association Declaration, concerning leasing (short term rentals, such as AirBnb). The proposed amendment requires leasing (rentals) to be for six (6) months or more, among other leasing requirements..
The Candidates are listed further below and here. The proposed amendment to the Park Glen Phase 2 Association Declaration is here. The Park Glen Phase 2 Association Declaration is here. More details are further below.
In-person meeting is at:
Alliance Church 8400 Park Vista Blvd (near north end of Park Vista Blvd.) Room E100 in the Main Building. The closest parking to the Main Building Entrance door is the southeast parking lot along Desert Falls Dr (second drive from Park Vista). Please enter through the south drop off entrance.
Online meeting access: will be found in the pink box on the home page of Park Glen.org, and is the same log-in info. as the monthly Board meetings.
Homeowners can vote:
- by directed proxy
- or in-person at the September 13th Annual Meeting at 7pm.
Information on how to vote by these voting options was mailed via the US postal service to all homeowners on August 10th, and by email on August 12th (if email is on file with PGNA), by YesElections the company hired by PGNA to run the election.
Proposed Amendment to the Park Glen – Phase 2 Association Declaration.
The proposed amendment to the Park Glen Phase 2 Association Declaration, concerns leasing (short term rentals, such as AirBnb). The proposed amendment requires leasing (rentals) to be for six (6) months or more, among other leasing requirements. The proposed amendment is here. You can access the original Park Glen Phase 2 Association Declaration here.
To meet quorum for the proposed amendment, 25% of our 3,317 homes (which is 830 homeowners) need to vote or be present at the Annual Meeting (in-person or online). In order to pass, a majority (more than 50%) of those voting and attending the meeting in-person or online, would need to vote in favor of the amendment.
PGNA Board Election & Proposed Amendment to Declaration Voting started on August 12, 2022 at 9am Central time and lasts until September 13, 2022 at 7:30 pm Central Time. Yes Elections, the company hired by PGNA, to run the elections, mailed an envelope on August 10th, via US Mail, with information and your special election code and voting pin to vote online. An email was also sent by YesElections on August 12th, (Says, From: Park Glen Election Admin) to those email addresses registered with PGNA.
Any questions on voting (i.e. if need online voting code & pin), please contact YesElections from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Eastern Time by e-mail at Help@yeselections.com or by phone at 516-265-7685.
Park Glen Neighborhood Association
2022 Board Election Candidates
To meet quorum for election of Board members, a minimum of 10% of our 3,317 homes (332 homeowners) need to vote in the Election of Board members or attend the Annual Meeting in-person or online.
Below are the Candidates who have filed for the positions open at the upcoming election. They are listed in the order they were received.
President (1Position Open) –
I’m Kyle Jensen. I have lived in Park Glen since 2016. My kids go to Park Glen Elementary. My wife and I work in Fort Worth. We moved here to be part of the Keller School District and because our area is in a PID. We enjoy cycling, soccer, gymnastics and swimming. I was asked to help our neighborhood. I work for you in this position. I will do my best to improve our community.
I’ve been PGNA President for 2.5 years and have enjoyed meeting/working with many wonderful neighbors. I inform homeowners through e-blasts, newsletters, facebook; coordinated Turkey Trot and Independence Parade, helped with Holiday in the Park, Eggstravaganza, Scholarship Program; and worked to keep Park Glen in one City Council District. My goals are to continue to be financially responsible; involve many neighbors; uphold our documents; continue high quality events, sidewalk projects; and keep our neighborhood unique!
Vice President (1Position Open)–
My wife and I have lived in Park Glen since 2011. I have been a Director on the PGNA board for 3 years and have been the Vice President for the last year. I have been placing ground and Kiosks signs to notify the neighborhood of current and upcoming events. I haul and help setup the equipment needed for our annual functions. I have been a member of the neighborhood Code Blue team since 2015.
Secretary (1Position Open)–
Director (4 Positions Open) -
My name is Beth Rutkoski and would like to continue being a board member as a director. I currently run the PGNA Yard of the Month contest, brought and ran the Halloween Harvest decorating contest to PGNA, and run the Holiday Decorating Contest. Helping with some of the Facebook information when needed. Busy all year long helping to make Park Glen a great place to live. Always open to others ideas and looking for volunteers.
I have lived in this neighborhood since 2001 with my wife and 3 children. Last year I served on the board. My profession is Facility Maintenance where I oversee a complex that is 1 million square feet that sits on 300 acres. I also volunteer as an advisor to Watermere at Southlake which is a senior living community. Thank you. Scott Roloff
I have lived in the Park Glen area for 33 years; PG for 12 years. An active participant and attended the monthly PGNA meetings for 12 years. I have been serving on the PGNA board since January. I am Captain of Citizens on Patrol/Code Blue deterring crime in PG for 7 years. Recently retired allowing me to devote more time on neighborhood matters. My concerns are for preserving our property values and preventing crime.
A resident of Park Glen for 20+ years, I currently serve on the Board as Directors as Treasurer and would love to continue to serve in this capacity. I believe the primary mission of the Board is to actively engage with homeowners about maintaining the beauty and value of our homes and properties. I love this neighborhood and our great park and will continue to volunteer my time and energy to support our homeowners.
May 7 (Saturday) - Fort Worth City and Keller School District Elections at Summerglen Library. City Charter Proposals listed here. Keller ISD election information here. April 27 KISD Candidate Forum Information here. Early Voting April 25 to May 3 sites here.
May 24 (Tue) - Primary Runoff Elections (Early Voting May 16 to 20)