The following rule changes were proposed at the Regular Session Board Meeting on July 9.
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 POA’s Board of Directors.
For a 30 Day Reading to be approved and adopted into the Rules and 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.
Open House Sign Requirements
GR.4.5c Open House Sign Requirements: A real estate agent/realtor may temporarily place a maximum of six open house signs in that portion of the Community Setback that lies between the front lot line and the adjacent street, subject to compliance with the following provisions:
GR.4.5c.1: No Open House sign may be more than three square feet and the top of the sign may not extend more than three feet above ground. Exception: Open house banner/flag (up to six feet in height) may be placed on subject property during the time of the open house.
GR.4.5c.2: The open house sign may not extend beyond the back of curb towards the street. Only one open house sign may be placed on any specific property and only one sign may be placed at any one intersection.
GR4.5c.3: Open house signs, except for approved Canyon Lake logo Broker open house signs, may not be placed at the following intersections:
Canyon Lake Drive South & Continental, Canyon Lake Drive & Vacation Drive, Vacation Drive & Longhorn Drive.
Limit of one sign per Broker on any one of these intersections.
GR.4.5c.4: No open house sign shall obscure the view of a fire hydrant and all signs shall have a professional appearance.
GR.4.5c.5: The open house sign must be placed in such a manner that does not cause damage to property and/or landscape.
GR.4.5c.6: Balloons, streamers and similar material may not be added to any open house sign. Exception: One standard size rider, not to exceed one square foot, may be placed on top of each A-frame sign.
GR.4.5c.7: Unauthorized and/or non-conforming open house signs may be removed from the Community Setback by the Association.
GR.4.5c.8: Open house signs may not be placed out prior to one hour before the start of an open house and must be removed immediately following the conclusion of the open house.
GR.4.5c.9: Open House signs may not be placed in the street, on vehicles, on golf carts, or on trailers. Open house signs may not be placed on CLPOA common ground.
Fine Associated: GR.4.5c
2nd and each additional: $50
No Wake Enhancing Devices Allowed
No wake enhancing devices of any type will be allowed to be used on any boat operating on waters within the CLPOA jurisdiction. This includes any device installed by the boat manufacturer or owners. Any boat that appears to be producing an excessive wake will be investigated. Those boats using wake enhancement devices may be cited.
Proposed rule change:
No wake enhancing devices of any type (including those installed by a manufacturer or owner) will be allowed to be used on any boat operating on the main lake, jump lagoon and slalom course.
This restriction does not apply to the north ski area beyond the slalom course. Any boat that appears to be producing an excessive wake will be investigated. Those boats using wake enhancement devices may be cited.
No towing after 12 p.m. on July 4
Proposed new rule:
On July 4 no riders may be towed from any vessel on the Main Lake after 12 p.m.
Driveways shall be maintained in good repair and free from grease, oil, stains and other debris.
Proposed rule change:
Driveways shall be maintained in good repair and free from cracks (lifting or tripping hazard), grease, oil, stains, and other debris.
A concrete driveway shall be installed at all homes prior to occupancy. Turn around (circular) driveways may be approved, providing they maintain a minimum of eighteen feet between cutouts (i.e. entrance and/or exit).
Proposed rule change:
A concrete driveway shall be installed at all homes prior to occupancy. Turn around (circular) driveways may be approved, providing they maintain a minimum of eighteen feet between cutouts (i.e. entrance and/or exit). Only concrete or paver driveways are allowed for driveways or additional parking.
Decorative ribbons of landscaping material such as artificial grass or rocks may be installed in the concrete but the ribbons will not be used for calculating the one-third landscaping requirement. Additional parking for a RV, trailer, boat, car, truck, etc. may be installed provided the one third landscaping requirement for the front yard is met per PC.8.1. Curb cuts shall be shown on the application. In most cases, additional parking shall be perpendicular to the street and not transverse the front of the house. Additional perpendicular or parallel parking shall not block the front view.