COVENANT SUMMARIES, ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE (11/16/17)
–Any building, fence, wall or other structure must have the approval of the Board of Directors or the Architectural Control Committee (ACC).
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–Any exterior addition, change, alteration or repair must have the approval –of the Board of Directors or the ACC.
–A repair to restore the building to its original appearance or color does not need approval.
–A written request must be submitted for approval.
–The request must have the plans and specifications and should include the nature, kind, shape, height, color, materials, and location for the action.
–The Board or ACC has 30 days to approve or disapprove your request. They try to do it in 2 to 7 days.
–If no response is received consider the request approved.
NOTE: The Grounds Committee assists the ACC in carrying out its duties.
FENCES, ARTICLE VI:
–New fences require the approval of the ACC.
–Fences are to be of wood picket, 6 feet high, of natural wood color.
–No fences shall be built within the 7 ½ foot easement area along the rear lot line of a residential property.
–No fences shall extend into the lake waters or within 7 ½ feet of the lake edge.
–No fences shall be built within 5 feet of a sidewalk.
NOTE: Wood, PVC, or wrought iron are acceptable fence materials.
STRUCTURES: (DOCKS, SHEDS, ETC.)
–No structure shall be erected on any residential lot other than the single family dwelling, which shall not be higher than 35 feet.
–Other than the dwelling, no trailer, tent, shack, garage, barn, shed, tool house, or other building will be put temporarily or permanently on the property.
–New property improvements require the written approval of the Architectural Control Committee (ACC).
–All structures extending into the lakes require approval from the Architectural Control Committee.
COMMON AREAS & STREETS: ARTICLE VI
–Any improvements to the Common Areas and Streets requires approval from the ACC.
PROPERTY MAINTENANCE, ARTICLE VI:
–Landscaping, grass, and shrubbery must be maintained to the satisfaction of the ACC.
–Owners in violation of this requirement will be notified and given 30 days to correct the situation.
–After that time, the ACC has the right to go onto that Lot to repair, maintain, and restore the Lot and the exterior of the building at the sole cost of the Owner.
–The cost will constitute a lien on the lot when a written claim of lien is filed in accordance with the lien law of the State of Florida.