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On May 22, 2015, the Board of Directors approved the following changes to the Architectural Control Rules Brochure for a 30 day membership review period. Changes will be considered for adoption at the July 17, 2015 TKPOA Regular meeting of the Board of Directors.
Purpose and Effect of Proposed Rule Change:
To further clarify ACC rules
Regarding Section 6 – Roofing and Roof materials:
06.01 Applications for use of roofing material must accompany a full size or representative type samples indicating length, width, thickness, and surface configurations. If color is to be an integral part of the roof, then such sample must show the exact color intended for use. In the event metal tile is requested, the application must be accompanied by a full size, or representative sample indicating length, width, thickness, color, and surface configurations. No standard composition roof will be acceptable. Requirements: 280 lbs. per square
Presidential quality or equivalent and thirty (30) + year guarantee. Refer to the following section for acceptable materials. An approved permit from the City of South Lake Tahoe must accompany the application for reroof or addition.
Regarding Section 13 Boat Docks and Over Water Platforms:
The Board suggested re-inserting the hold harmless language into Section 13.22 of the ACRB. The committee declined to insert the hold harmless language back into the ACRB as it is clearly stated on the Hold Harmless agreement which is part of every boat dock application.
It reads in part; Review and approval by the Architectural Control Committee of any proposals, plans or other submittals shall in no way be deemed to constitute satisfaction of, or compliance with, any building permit process or any other governmental requirements, THE RESPONSIBILITY WHICH SHALL LIE SOLELY WITH THE RESPECTIVE LOT OWNER.
Section 15 - Misc. Provisions for Exterior Grounds, Storage and Structures:
15.04 Permanently mounted sport facilities are prohibited.
15.14 Holiday and Traditional Displays vary widely. Displays and holiday decorations may be erected temporarily without a permit. Holiday decorations may be displayed no more than 30 days before or 14 days after a holiday (weather permitting). Decorations for personal events (birthdays, weddings, homecomings, etc.) may be displayed no more than 3 days before and 3 days after the event. All other displays require ACC approval and must be in harmony with the requisite occasion (as appropriate) and surrounding structures and neighborhood. Lights may not shine so brightly as to be an unreasonable disturbance to neighbors or drivers and no sound devices are permitted for any decoration. All lighted displays must be turned off by 11pm. No display may obstruct the views from any other property.