Ocean Pines director Tom Janasek is the target of a motion to remove him from the board for a second time in a year.
According to a news release from Ocean Pines Association, the agenda of an Oct. 11 meeting of the Board of Directors lists a motion by Director Colette Horn to remove Janasek from the homeowners association’s governing body.
The release did not give any reason for the motion.
The special meeting will be held Monday at 3 p.m. at the Clubhouse meeting room, according to the OPA release.
In November 2020, Janasek was a target of removal over a complaint filed by OPA General Manager John Viola but that motion was voted down by a 4-3 vote, with the board voting instead to censure Janasek.
Janasek was elected to the board in 2019 and his term is set to end in 2022.
The agenda of Monday’s special meeting also lists a motion by Board President Larry Perrone “to appoint replacement director(s).”
Board secretary Camilla Rogers resigned recently, citing threats to her family after her move to disqualify candidate Richard Farr from this summer’s election after voting had begun.
That issue is now mired in a legal dispute in Worcester County Circuit Court.
At its Sept. 30 meeting, the board decided to hold a new election for two open seats this year with three candidates after voting unanimously “to rescind the standing motion to count the 2021 election ballots passed on July 30, 2021, and amended on Sept 9, 2021.”
The three candidates on the ballot for the new election will be incumbent Frank Daly, Stuart Lakernick and David C. Hardy.
The election will decide the seats currently held by Daly and Frank Brown, who is not seeking re-election.