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Heavy Trash Resolution

WOODLAKE FOREST IV HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.BOARD OF TRUSTEES

RESOLUTION REGARDING HEAVY TRASH

            WHEREAS the Board of Trustees (“Board”) of the Woodlake Forest IV Homeowners Association, Inc. (“Association”) is authorized by the Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions (“DCRs”) for Sections A, B. and C of the subdivision by Art. XI, Sec. 1 and Art. XII, Sec. 10 and Sec. 14 to prevent debris and trash accumulation and to preserve the values and amenities in the subdivision;; and

 

            WHEREAS some homeowners have allowed heavy trash including but not limited to appliances to remain on their property or on the street adjacent to their property;

 

            THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED:

 

            THAT the Association is authorized to remove such heavy trash and bill the owner for its removal after:

            (1)  Sending a written notice to the owner:

(a)  identifying the heavy trash that violates the DCRs, and

(b)  stating that the heavy trash needs to be removed by the owner within 10 days from the delivery of the letter; and

(c)  advising that if the owner does not remove the heavy trash within the allotted 10 days, the Association will have the trash removed at a charge of $150 payable by the home owner to the Association; and

(d)  providing a name and telephone number of a Board member for the owner to contact if he or she wishes to contest the written notice.

            (2)  If after the 10 days have expired and the homeowner has taken no action, the Board will make one more attempt by phone or by email to contact the homeowner about removing the heavy trash.

(3)  If, after notice as described in (1) and (2) above, the Association removes the heavy trash and bills the owner for its removal and the owner fails to pay the bill, the Association may seek a lien against the homeowner in the amount of the bill and any associated legal fees; and further

 

THAT this Resolution will be published in The Buzz to advise all homeowners of the consequences of not properly disposing of heavy trash.

 

ADOPTED THIS 13TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 2016

 

Mike Griffin,  President