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In accordance with the Waterman’s Townhome Association Declaration and By-Laws, the following Rules and Regulations governing our community have been developed.
The Rules and Regulations explain the policies and guidelines established by the Board of Directors of the Waterman’s Townhome Association to help protect and provide a peaceful environment for our community. It is the responsibility of the Board of Directors to administer and enforce the rules. However, it is the responsibility of each resident to cooperate and adhere to the rules of the Association.
A. Motor Vehicles shall be parked in the WTA/Willows parking lot, including motor vehicles of guests and business invitees of Unit Owners. Two spaces per Unit is allotted.
B. No unregistered or inoperable vehicles shall be moved onto or kept on Association property.
C. No motor vehicle may be disassembled, nor major repairs made on Association property. This includes but is not limited to engine overhauling, exhaust system repairs, brake lining repairs and body work. Under no circumstances may cars be left unattended while on jacks or blocks.
D. No vehicle shall be parked in such a manner as to impede or prevent ready access to fire lanes, garages, driveway, or other common or private areas.
E. Vehicles, including but not limited to moving vans, may not be driven onto Association lawn areas without prior consent. The Unit owner shall be responsible for the expense of restoring the landscaping or common area to its original condition if any damage occurs.
F. The speed limit on the Association property shall conform to state regulations and all vehicles shall be operated in a safe manner.
G. Vehicles in violation of this section may be towed at owner’s expense.
H. No tent, camper trailer, automobile trailer or other movable or portable structure shall be used or permitted on the premises; and any such vehicles or structures, as well as boat trailers, boats, garden tractors and other tools or power equipment will not be allowed for any period exceeding seven (7) days.
I. No commercial vehicles shall be kept upon or in front of said premises except in connection with the servicing and maintenance of said premises.
A. No renter or lessee shall be allowed to have pets on the premises.
B. Any Owner’s pet permitted must, at all times, be accompanied and under the full control of their owners in any portion of the common areas or limited common areas.
C. Any permitted dogs must be leashed at all times.
D. Animals must be curbed away from Association property; owners must not allow pets to relieve themselves on Association property. However, in the event that an animal accidentally defecate on Association property, the pet owner shall immediately clean up after it.
E. Unit owners shall be responsible for all damages to Association property caused by pets, they, their children, tenants, or guests own, keep or bring onto Association property.
3. Patios and Decks
A. Patios and Decks are Limited Common Elements available for the use of the Unit to which they are attached.
B. The Unit Owner shall be responsible for the expense of maintenance, including but not limited to painting or staining.
C. Owners, renters and their guests must respect the quiet enjoyment of all people in the Association, and following the established quiet hours of 10:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m.
4. Use of the Common Areas
A. There shall be no obstruction of the common area nor shall anything be stored in the common area without prior consent of the WTA Board.
B. Damage to the common area caused by the actions of a Unit Owner or the actions of his/her children, guests or tenants, shall be repaired or replaced at the expense of the Unit Owner.
C. No clothes, sheets, blankets, towels or laundry of any kind, or other articles shall be hung out or exposed on any part of the common area, including decks. The common areas shall be kept free and clear of rubbish, debris, litter and other objectionable matter.
D. Barbecue grills and other cooking equipment should be confined to the porch and deck areas of the condominium. Grills must be gas or electric. Charcoal or wood burning grills are not permitted. If a grill is located on the deck or patio, an ABC Fire Extinguisher must be conspicuously located and available in case of fire.
E. Bicycles, toys, boats and other outdoor equipment may not be left in roadways, driveways, or lawn areas overnight or indiscriminately strewn over the common area at any time.
A. Annoyance: Any use or practice which is a source of annoyance to residents or which interferes with the peaceful possession and proper use of the property by its residents is prohibited.
B. No person shall do any act that conflicts with any applicable laws, ordinances, zoning and other governmental regulations, and all applicable Rules adopted by the Board of Directors or commit any illegal or unlawful act in, upon or about the Association. A violation of any law, local or otherwise, shall be deemed a violation of the WTA Rules, and the Board of Directors, on behalf of the Condominium, reserves the right to notify local authorities of any known illegal activity as well as seek their own civil remedy, if relevant.
C. Garbage: There shall be no littering. All refuse/trash and recycle material shall be deposited only in designated dumpsters located in the WTA garage. Trash must be bagged and secured tightly before placing it in the trash dumpsters. Recycle material may be placed in paper sacks or dumped loose in the recycle dumpster. Under no circumstances is any trash or recycled items to be dropped or left on the ground. No garbage, trash, or recycle materials shall be permitted to remain in the hallways, patios, decks, or anywhere in public view.
D. Smoke Detectors: Unit Owners shall install and maintain in good operating condition, smoke detectors, as required by law, in each unit, the Unit Owner shall be responsible for keeping the smoke detector(s) operable at all times.
E. Enforcement of Rules and Regulations: The WTA Board after a Notice and Hearing may fine violators $25.00 per day from when the violation began until it is correcte