POA adopts new rules into Rules and Regulations

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Per the Davis-Stirling Act, which applies to all common interest developments in California, before adopting or amending an Operating Rule or changing the Fine Schedule, the board must provide notice of a proposed rule change at least 30 days before making the rule change.

The text of the proposed changes must be made available to the membership at least 30 days prior to their adoption by the CLPOA’s Board of Directors (Civic Code §4360(a).).

For a 30 Day Reading to be approved and adopted into the Rules & Regulations, the changes must be presented to the board after the 30 days has expired. The majority of the board must agree and approve the rule before it can be adopted into the Rules and Regulations.

Once a 30 Day Reading has been posted, members are encouraged to learn more about how the proposed change could impact them.

The 30 Day Readings and Rules and Regulations can be found on the POA website at canyonlakepoa.com.

The following are recent changes to the Rules and Regulations. These rules were approved by the board on June 4 at the Regular Session Board Meeting.

General Rule 4.4l – Fishing on Causeways

Newly adopted rule: Fishing is prohibited by land on the main causeway (east and west side), the north causeway (north and south side) between both parking lot entries, and the Treasure Island causeway. Fishing is also prohibited from all common docks when boats and/or swimmers are present.

Old rule: Fishing is prohibited by land on Main Causeway (East and West side) and over the tunnel at all times.

General Rule 4.2h.8 – Garage Sale Signs

Newly adopted rule: All signs advertising sale may be placed the morning of the sale and must be removed at the conclusion of the sale.

Old rule: All signs advertising sale must be removed at the conclusion of the sale.

General Rule 1.5b.4 – Candidacy Statement

Newly adopted rule: The candidacy form may include the opportunity for each candidate to submit a one page (8 ½ x 11) written statement with a 2 x 3 picture in the upper left hand corner. Candidate statements received on a timely basis will be included with the Association’s newspaper publication of candidate information.

The statements may also be posted on the common area bulletin boards and on the Association’s website. The Association will not edit or redact these statements but may include a statement specifying that the candidate is responsible for that content.

Old rule: The candidacy form may include the opportunity for each candidate to submit a 150- word written statement reasonably related to the election, including advocating a point of view.

Candidate statements received on a timely basis will be included with the Association’s newspaper publication of candidate information. (The statements may also be posted on the common area bulletin boards and on the Association’s website.) The Association will not edit or redact these statements but may include a statement specifying that the candidate is responsible for that content.

General Rule 3.6 – Sub-Associate Membership

Newly adopted rule: Any and all access ID cards and/or non-expired vehicle decals, must be returned to the CLPOA office or a charge for each non-returned item must be paid prior to processing any subsequent application for any card, decal or pass on any given property.

Old rule: Any and all access ID cards and/or vehicle passes, which have not expired must be returned to the CLPOA office or charges for non-returned valid cards or passes must be paid prior to processing any subsequent application for any card, decal or pass on any given property.

A charge will apply per card and/or vehicle pass to any non-returned valid card or pass. The Member will be responsible for clearing these charges.

General Rule 3.7 – Resident Members

Newly adopted rule: Any and all access ID cards and/or non-expired vehicle decals, must be returned to the CLPOA office or a charge for each non-returned item must be paid prior to processing any subsequent application for any card, decal or pass on any given property.

Old rule: Any and all access ID cards and/or vehicle passes, which have not expired must be returned to the CLPOA office or charges for non-returned valid cards or passes must be paid prior to processing any subsequent application for any card, decal or pass on any given property. The Member will be responsible for clearing these charges.

General Rule 3.8d – Lessees

Newly adopted rule: Any and all access ID cards and/or non-expired vehicle decals, must be returned to the CLPOA office or a charge for each non-returned item must be paid prior to the removal of the existing lessees or the processing of any subsequent Lease Authorization Form.

Old rule: Member/owner understands that all valid CLPOA cards, decals, etc. must be returned before the lessee(s) will be removed. If a valid item is not returned, the CLPOA will charge a Lease Removal Fee for every outstanding item. No new renewal or Lease Authorization Form will be processed until all items are returned or payment received for the non-returned items

General Rule 6.10 – Return of Valid Access ID/Vehicle

Newly adopted rule: Upon the sale of the property or the termination of a rental/lease agreement, the Prime Member is responsible for the return of all access IDs and non-expired vehicle and boat decals issued to the household/lessees. There is a charge for each such item not returned.

Old rule: The Prime Member is responsible for the return of all non-expired access ID, vehicle and boat decals issued to him, household members, renters and/or lessees upon the sale of the property or the termination of a rental or lease agreement.

There is a charge for each such item not returned.

Members can learn more about 30 day Readings by contacting members of the POA Board of Directors or POA staff.

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