The Architectural Control Committee consists of the Architectural Control
Committee Chairman, the Vice-President, and the Secretary. Only those members of the
Architectural Committee vote on matters pertaining to the committee. A
majority vote of the committee is required to approve or reject any plan
or document submitted to the committee in accordance with the requirements of
the Covenants and Restrictions, and these Bylaws.
The responsibilities of the Architectural Control Committee are listed below:
Note the following sections are excerpts from the Covenants and Restrictions. Some information has been deleted from the paragraphs below for clarity, please refer to the Covenants and Restrictions for detailed information.
ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL. No building, structure or fencing shall be erected, placed or altered on any lot or property until the construction plans and specifications and a plan showing the location of the building or structure have been approved by the Architectural Control Committee as to quality of workmanship and materials, harmony of external design with existing structures, and as to location with respect to topography and finished grade elevation.
LAND USE. No building shall be erected, altered, placed or permitted to remain on any property other than one detached single-family dwelling not-to exceed two and one-half stories in height, a private garage for at least two and not more than six cars, boathouse not to exceed fifteen(15) feet in height above-water elevation, and not to exceed fifteen(15)feet from the shoreline into the water. The ground floor area exclusive of open porches and garage, shall not be less than 2000 square feet (AMENDED TO 2500 SQ FT) of living area for a one-story dwelling, nor less than 800 square feet of living area on the ground level for a two or two and one-half story dwelling, provided said dwelling has a minimum of 2,000 square (AMENDED TO 2500 SQ FT) feet of living area over all. There should be no mobile homes, nor modular constructed homes situated or placed on any lot or lots subject to these restrictions.
BUILDING LOCATION. Since the lot lines run to the center line of the road and the center line of the easements, the setbacks shall take into consideration of these facts and no building shall be located on or nearer than one hundred thirty (130) feet to the front lot line or nearer than eighty-five (85) feet to any street sideline or drainage easement. No buildings shall be located nearer than thirty (30) feet to an interior lot line. Waivers may be granted by the Architectural Control Committee upon the appropriate application and approval by said committee and no building shall be commenced until said committee has reviewed and approved the site plan.
LIVESTOCK AND ANIMALS. No animals, livestock, goats or poultry of any kind shall be raised, bred or kept on any lot or property except that horses, dogs, cats or other household pets may be kept, provided that they are not kept, bred or maintained for any commercial purpose.
SIGNS. No sign of any kind shall be displayed to the public view on any lot or property except one professional sign of not more than one square foot, one sign of not more than five (5) square feet advertising the property for sale or rent, or signs used by a builder to advertise the property during the construction and sales period.
GARBAGE AND REFUSE DISPOSAL. There shall be no burning of trash or any other waste materials except by permission of the Architectural Control Committee.
WALLS AND FENCES. Prior to the construction of any fence owner shall obtain approval of plans for said fence from the Architectural Control Committee. No wire fencing shall be erected without written approval of the Architectural Control Committee and in no event shall any wire fencing be erected on the front of any lot or in any area that would front or side on a roadway.
NUISANCE. Recreational vehicles, such as campers, boats or trailers, and motor homes, shall be kept out of view of adjacent property owners.
SIGHT DISTANCE AT INTERSECTION. No fence, wall, hedge or shrub planting which obstructs sight lines at elevations between two (2) and six (6) feet above the roadways shall be placed or permitted to remain on any corner lot within the triangular area formed by the street property lines and a line connecting them at points twenty-five (25) feet from the intersection of the street lines, or in the case of a rounded property corner from the intersection of the street property lines extended. The same sight line limitations shall apply on any lot within ten (10) feet from the intersection of a street property line with the edge of a driveway pavement. No trees shall be permitted to remain within such distance of such intersection unless the foiliable line maintained at sufficient height to prevent obstructing of such sight lines.