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Violation Procedures
The Property Owners Association is empowered to enforce the covenants, conditions and restrictions of the Amended Master Declaration, Bylaws and any rules and regulations of the community (collectively, the “Restrictions”).

Following is the process the POA follows for violation notices:
  • Courtesy Notice – Depending on the nature of the violation a courtesy notice may be sent out in the form of a friendly reminder.  This notice will state the violation(s) and ask that the violation be resolved accordingly and within a specified period of time.
  • Pre-Fine Notice – Depending on the nature of the violation or if the violation is not cured within the prescribed period of time in the event of the issuance of a Courtesy Notice, a Chapter 209 Pre-Fine notice is e-mailed to the Owner (and resident as appropriate) and mailed by Certified mail as required.  This notice will state the violation, reference the Rule in violation, give the Owner a specified amount of time to cure and include notification of the right to a hearing before the Board of Directors.
  • Fine Notice – If the violation is not cured as per the Chapter 209 Pre-Fine Notice, the process of levying fines will be initiated.  The same guidelines will be followed as per the Pre-Fine Notice process above, with the addition of the stated fine. Fines and violation notifications will continue until the violation is resolved.
Violation Hearing – An Owner may request a hearing before the Board to contest the violation and levied fines.  Request for hearing must be in writing to the Association Manager within 30 days after the date of the violation notice.

Schedule of Fines:
  • 1st notice – Courtesy Notice (depending on the severity and type of violation, the Courtesy Notice may be superseded and replaced by the Chapter 209, Pre-Fine Notice)
  • 2nd notice - Chapter 209, Pre-Fine Notice
  • 3rd notice and subsequent notices will result in a $50 fine and can be assessed per inspection per occurrence (in some instances this may be daily)