PMCPOA out of tax-exempt compliance for at least the past 19 years

  • [PMCPOA’s IRS Form 990 for year 2004]

    [PMCPOA’s IRS Form 990 for year 2004]

Some years ago—even PMCPOA management has not been able to say when—Pine Mountain Club Property Owners Association is believed to have switched its tax-exempt status from 501(c)(4) to 501(c)(7).

Here at the newspaper, after reading an email exchange between former PMCPOA Board Director Bryan Skelly and current Board Chairman Bill Lewis II, we became curious about why such a change would have been made.

Skelly asked Lewis a simple question about whether two of the association’s activities were in conflict with its tax-exempt status.

Lewis responded on May 26 saying it was a good question and “I’ll get back to you,” according to Skelly, who has not heard back from Lewis after three weeks.

“Good question” indeed.

Skelly’s email triggered…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)

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PMCPOA’s IRS Form 990 for year 2004

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