Opinion: Judy Miller may have too many conflicts to serve as IVGID trustee
Judy Miller, wife of Aaron Katz, has too many conflicts of interest to be allowed to serve as an IVGID trustee.
Aaron Katz, as reported in the July 21 edition of the Bonanza, has just been ordered by the court to pay approximately $226,000 to IVGID as a result of frivolous and unlawful litigation conducted over the last 5 years against IVGID.
Judy Miller, who is a candidate for IVGID trustee this November, has a number of conflicts of interest that should not allow her to effectively serve as an IVGID Trustee, including:
1. Should Katz appeal the judgment, his wife will have a conflict of interest with regard to interfacing with IVGID legal counsel and the formation of strategic strategy by the IVGID board on behalf of Incline residents.
2. Should IVGID appeal the amount of the judgment in an effort to increase the judgment in light of the egregious conduct of Katz, Miller will have a conflict of interest related to IVGID tactics and strategy of our Board of Trustees’ interface with legal counsel and the court.
There is an additional issue as to whether, by Katz’s wife being elected as a trustee, Incline residents have essentially elected a “mole” onto the IVGID Board to obtain the documents and information that Katz has been trying to obtain in an unlawful manner, per the court, over the past 5 years.