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Last Tuesday night, the Board considered and voted on a number of action items, held discussion on six topics that were generated by member comments and concerns, heard Association Reports and one Architectural Appeal. We reappointed all our committee chairs, members and alternates, approved rule changes related to planning and compliance that clarify some of the rules, approved moving to the next step related to the design of the Road Runner Park restrooms and Canyon Lake Drive-South Median Landscape and construction of the mailbox lighting. The Board is serious about striving for our stated Vision to respect and meet the expectations of our diverse membership through enhanced amenities and increased property values. Please refer to the Board Agenda package for details.
Our Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, and Rules define a community of communities that has chosen to live in a more regulated environment related to how we build, maintain our properties, and provide amenities. To protect the appearance, view lines and property values, we have a set of CCRs – rules, limitations, and requirements and were set in place over 50 years ago and represent the promise about how we look and how we will behave. The Board takes this promise seriously as we consider the comments and concerns we receive from our members, balance the competing demands and determine how to respond. Our process begins with a public comment during our meeting, an email request, or a conversation. Each is catalogued and assigned to one or two of the Directors to research and prepare a discussion item which is eventually included in the Board Agenda package that is available on the Website. Our response is based on what we hear and may be a proposed rule change, a project to improve our community, or an explanation about why we satisfied with the current conditions.
The following discussion items were considered at this meeting.
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