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The next round of proposed changes to the rules related to signs and flags are expected to be introduced at the Regular Session Board Meeting on March 9. The Board continues to receive divergent opinions about the changes that have been suggested that include a rally/parade this Sunday. The Board has received and heard many opinions about the event that is scheduled, and we expect that the participants will provide a robust illustration of the diversity of flags that they wish to remain unregulated.
The Canyon Lake POA Rules & Regulations currently prohibit flags that contain any “obscene content” or fighting words” as those terms are defined in the law. There are no Canyon Lake POA rules related to the organization of impromptu rallies or parades within the community, except that the participants need to obey the Rules & Regulations. This includes the Section V: Rules for Motor Vehicles, and respect the limitations that are in place for public gatherings due to COVID-19. Community Patrol will be present and will enforce that the rules are followed for the community’s safety, as always. When rallies or parades leave the community, they are then under the jurisdiction of the City of Canyon Lake, Riverside County, and the State of California.
This issue is about possible changes to rules General Rules 4.5 and General Rules 4.6 and perhaps others. As mentioned at our last meeting, the Board would like to receive specific recommended changes to the rules from both the supporters and opponents that:
Members can email recommendations to the Board at firstname.lastname@example.org.