POA Board of Directors approve new rules

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The following rule changes were approved by the POA Board of Directors at the Regular Session Board Meeting on July 9.

Lake & Marina Section 6.14:

New Rule

When motorized boats are present in the 35 mph zones, slow-moving craft are required to stay within 100 feet of the shoreline. Slow moving craft are allowed within all 5 mph zones.

Old Rule

Rowboats and other slow-moving craft must stay close to shoreline.

Lake & Marina Section 6.7:

New Rule

Main lake ski area, north lake ski area and jump lagoon have a speed limit of thirty-five miles per hour during almanac hours sunrise to sunset, five miles per hour during almanac hours sunset to sunrise and during times of restricted visibility. East Bay, coves, and all other areas: five miles per hour/no wake at all times.

Old Rule

Main lake ski area speed limit is thirty-five miles per hour during almanac hours sunrise to sunset, five miles per hour during almanac hours sunset to sunrise and during times of restricted visibility. East Bay, coves, and all other areas: five miles per hour/no wake at all times.

Planning & Compliance Section 4.25:

New Rule

Basketball hoops may be permanently installed but cannot be installed in the five-foot setback or placed in the community setback (varies per street). Portable basketball hoops are not to be stored in the street at any time when not in use. Fine Amount: $100 per month.

Old Rule

Basketball hoops are not to be stored in the street at any time. All basketball hoops must be kept out of the street when not in use. Failure to comply may result in a fine. Fine Amount: $50 per month.

Planning & Compliance Section 4.7b:

New Rule

Signs are not allowed in the Community Setback except for “For Sale”, “For Lease” or “For Rent” signs which shall be placed no closer than six feet from the curb. Political/election, open house, and garage sale signs have special restrictions and may be placed in the Community Setback. Refer to the General Rules and Regulations, Section IV for additional information.

Old Rule

Signs are not allowed in the Community Setback except for “For Sale”, “For Lease” or “For Rent” signs which shall be placed no closer than six feet from the curb. Political/election and garage sale signs have special restrictions and may be placed in the Community Setback. Refer to the General Rules and Regulations, Section IV for additional information.

Planning & Compliance Section 5.14:

New Rule

The Committee may allow reasonable variances and adjustments of these restrictions and those set forth in the CC&Rs in order to overcome practical difficulties and prevent unnecessary hardships in their application; provided, however, that such is done in conformity with the intent and purposes of the CC&Rs and these guidelines and provided also that in every instance such variance or adjustment will not be materially detrimental or injurious to other property or improvements in the neighborhood. The roofing material variance is for flat roofs or roofs that have one inch or less pitch per twelve inches including metal patio covers. Board approval and a recorded variance are required for six foot high fencing or block property line walls. Information on the variance application process is available at the Planning and Compliance Department. A variance request form submitted to the Committee must include justification for the variance. A variance, once given and not started within six months, may be rescinded at the discretion of the Committee. Fees paid for the variance(s) will not be refunded.

Old Rule

The Committee may allow reasonable variances and adjustments of these restrictions and those set forth in the CC&Rs in order to overcome practical difficulties and prevent unnecessary hardships in their application; provided, however, that such is done in conformity with the intent and purposes of the CC&Rs and these guidelines and provided also that in every instance such variance or adjustment will not be materially detrimental or injurious to other property or improvements in the neighborhood. A streamline variance is available for six  foot high fencing or block walls, fountains in the front setback, and roofing materials. The roofing material variance is for flat roofs or roofs that have one inch or less pitch per twelve inches. Information on the variance application process is available at the Planning and Compliance Department. A variance request form submitted to the Committee must include justification for the variance. A variance, once given and not started within six months, may be rescinded at the discretion of the Committee. Fees paid for the variance(s) will not be refunded.

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