A Village of Glenbrook resident won election Tuesday to the Amenity Authority Committee.
Donna Kempa will represent Community Development District 3 on the AAC, which oversees amenities north of County Road 466. She will succeed John Wilcox, a longtime member of the AAC.
Kempa prevailed over fellow candidates Terry Biddle and James Klynman.
Kempa was endorsed by the Property Owners Association, an organization that has long been a thorn in the side of the Developer. She has been an active member of the POA and is a former Community Development District 6 supervisor.
Residents were infuriated in August when the AAC appeared to bow to the will of the Developer over a plan for apartments at the former site of the Hacienda Hills Country Club.
Kempa, who has a background in accounting, is known for asking pointed questions about budgets.
Meanwhile, the Developer’s handpicked candidates for board seats easily prevailed in Tuesday’s other landowner elections:
Village Center CDD
Kelly Flores – 4 year term
Peter Evans – 4 year term
Doug Tharp – 2 year term
Sumter Landing CDD
Brad Brown – 4 year term
Gerry Lachnicht – 4 year term
Mike Berning – 2 year term
Chad Ritch – 4 year term
Jim Sprung – 4 year term
Gerry Andrews – 2 year term