Hidden Valley Lake POA Board Meeting Minutes, June 28 7PM

Hidden Valley Lake

Property Owners Association

Board of Directors Meeting

June 28, 2018 7 PM

Approved

Board of Directors Present:  Pat Hawkins, Scott Giska, Tom Hamilton and Robert Starks and Donna Yetzer

Board of Directors absent:

Community Manager Present: Bruce Keller

June Motions:

  • Approval of May Minutes.  Board Secretary.
  • Request approval of Bond Returns.  Architectural Committee.
  • Appeal Architectural Committee decision to have unauthorized dock removed.  Architectural Committee.
  • Request to approve suggested changes to Fine Structure.  Judicial Panel
  • Request approval of first time boat registration course for residents. Lakes and Parks Committee.
  • Request approval of April, 2018 Financial Statements.  Finance Committee.

Call To Order: Patricia Hawkins

Pledge of Allegiance:  President Patricia Hawkins called the June 28, 2018 Board of Directors Meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

The Meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance.

Pat Hawkins introduced all of the members of the Board of Directors

Presidents Report: Patricia Hawkins

We hope that you are having an enjoyable summer and that you are spending time relaxing with family and friends.

Please plan to join your Hidden Valley Lake neighbors in celebrating the Fourth of July.  Our festivities begin at 10:00 am with the Bike Parade, continue at 6:30 pm with the Boat Parade, and conclude at dusk with fireworks.  The board wishes to thank UCB for their sponsorship of the fireworks and all the volunteers who are working to stage the day’s events.  You can find more details about the events on our website or on our Facebook page.

Thanks again to all the property owners who participated in last month’s Safety town hall meeting.  We have compiled all the questions asked and concerns expressed and will be issuing a progress report on them soon.

Best wishes for a safe and happy Fourth of July.

Treasurers report:   Robert Starks

All amounts are rounded to the nearest dollar.

Financial Position as of the end of May, 2018

Beginning Cash on May 1, 2018, $1,360,347.00

Ending Cash on May 31, 2018, $1,203,563.00

Secretary’s Report:  Donna Yetzer

  • Approval of May, 24 2018 Minutes.

 

Motion made by Robert Starks and seconded by Scott Giska to approve May 24, 2018 Meeting Minutes. Motion passed unanimously. 

Community Managers Report:  Bruce Keller

We are in the process of developing our Paving priorities for 2018.  We hope to have our program complete by the end of August. If you see something we may have missed, please let me know.

We have had an unusual amount of folks abusing our young lifeguards this year.  Please remember, they are here to keep your family safe.  They are not babysitters nor are they punching bags.  I believe it is just a handful of residents that do not get this, but they are relentless.  Please help get the word out.

We have tried to get the word out about the new lifeguard shack, but here it is again. We will be doing a phase 2 project next year which includes updating the bathrooms at the beach.  Along with that project we will tie in the roof and the sides of the facility and make it look more uniform.

Be safe and enjoy the fireworks and surrounding festivities next week.

You asked for it, we requested it and the Board approved it.  You can now join the fitness center for 15 dollars a month. Please pace yourselves when you come to the office to join so we can handle the crowd.

I would like to remind those giving reports here tonight to send them to Gina “not my wife” Keller.

 

Golf Course Managers Report:  Jen Reuter

 The midpoint of our 2018 season is quickly approaching, although lately it feels like we are in the middle of summer in a rain forest. We have had over 4 inches of rain in the last week alone, and seven 90 degree days this month…all bad for the golf business. However, we still managed to gain over 100 rounds compared to June of last year.

Our 2018 Junior Golf Program will be July 11-13. It is 3 days of instruction and fun for the young golfers in your life. It is designed for ages 8-17 and costs $75.00 per junior.  They will learn basic fundamentals of the golf setup and swing, short game fundamentals including chipping, pitching and putting, the basic rules of golf & etiquette, and will play in some individual & team games and contests. If you would like to give your young golfer a head start and get them involved in the game, stop in and see Brian in the Pro Shop.  It’s the best way to make sure you have a golfing buddy for life.

Along those same lines are our “Family Sundays” where, after 4:00, kids ages 8-17 golf for free with a paying adult.  Get out and make some memories with your child this weekend.

We have some really great outings coming up in the month of July.

-Monday 7/16 is the “Swinging Summer Scramble”. It is open to everyone and promises to be a great time.  For $50, you get lunch, dinner, golf, games & prizes, music on the patio, and a chance to win a car donated by Haag Ford if you get a hole in one.  For all that, it really is a great deal.

-Monday 7/23 is the “Dog Leg Open” benefitting the SPCA. I know we have a bunch of animal lovers here in the Valley.  This would be a great way to support your furry friends and have some fun.

-Monday 7/30 is the United Way Outing for Dearborn and Ohio counties.   Your local United Way offers a lot of help to local families in need.

We invite everyone to join in any of these outings and to help make these events a greater success.

Through the month of June, we have continued to have our “all you can eat” dinner buffets. We even had live music on the patio following our endless taco bar.  If you don’t have any plans for dinner tomorrow night, we are again having our Fried Chicken buffet. Although we do not always have live music, we always have a beautiful sunset on the patio.  You should really consider joining us for dinner.  Stay tuned to see what we have cooking for July.

The first 2 Mondays of July are “Open Play”, so bring a foursome and come out and have some fun. There is also a special rate for these days, which is $25.00 for 18 holes and $15.00 for 9 holes.   Call our Pro Shop to set up a tee time for your group.  Information on the outings, the lessons, and memberships are all available in the Pro Shop.  Stop by and see what we have to offer.

COMMITTEE and Club REPORTS:

 Architecture Committee Report:  Dave Hafner

  • Request approval of Bond Returns.

 

Lot # 495/496H                                                        Zeilman & James Homes

Property Address 20518 Lakeview Drive          Bond Amount $2000.00

City, State, Zip Lawrenceburg, IN 47025           Dues Owed $0

                                                                                    Fine/Fees Owed $0

 

Lot # 1643H                                                             Kathie & Gary Schmid

Property Address 19681 Knollwood Drive       Bond Amount $500.00

City, State, Zip Lawrenceburg, IN 47025           Dues Owed $0

                                                                                    Fine/Fees Owed $0

 

Lot # 515H/516                                                        Diann & Charles Myers

Property Address 20637 Lakeview Drive          Bond Amount $2000.00

City, State, Zip Lawrenceburg, IN 47025           Dues Owed $0

                                                                                    Fine/Fees Owed $0

 

Lot # 2539H                                                            Donald & Darlene Klapper

Property Address 1733 Cove Circle East         Bond Amount $500.00

City, State, Zip Lawrenceburg, IN 47025           Dues Owed $0

                                                                                    Fine/Fees Owed $0

 

Signed by Jason Craig, Jesse Jones, Dave Hafner, Jeff Mueller and Bruce Keller.

Motion for the Performance Bond returns made by Donna Yetzer and seconded by Scott Giska.   Motion passed unanimously. 

  • Mr. Weis appeal.

On March 22, 2018 the board passed the following motion for the construction of a retaining wall for Mr. Gordon Weis. 

Request approval of Variance request for Gordon Weiss allowing him to build a wall over 8 inches with the following caveats.

Gordon Weis, Lot# 2537/2538A, 1753 Cove Circle East, Requesting 10′ Variance    to place a retaining wall located on the property line. The variance is for constructing a landscape retaining wall starting at the property line between lots 2538A and 2538B.  The wall will be constructed a minimum of six feet from the rear property line. The wall    will be an Alan Block wall with concrete footer located as shown in the drawing provided. The top of the Base footer of the wall and the grade leading up to the wall must be a minimum 12” above the level of the summer pool. The opposite end of the new wall must be no closer than a minimum of 12’ from the rear property line.  The Committee recommends the Variance for POA approval if the construction is accomplished according to specifications.  Rip rap must be used between the wall and lake.

Motion made by Bill Minnery and seconded by Donna Yetzer for 10’ variance.  Motion passed 4-0, 1 absent.

On June 4, 2018 a Stop Work Order was issued to Mr. Weis because the above approval was not followed and Mr. Weis added a concrete dock.  He attended an Architectural Meeting on June 6, 2018 at which time the Committee required him to remove the dock and finish the job as approved.  Mr. Weis is appealing that decision to the Board of Directors.

Gordon Weis, Lot # 2537/2538A – Gordon asked if anyone had been to his property to look at the work.  Pictures were taken of the work and that is what the Board and Committee were going by. There was much discussion with the Architecture Committee about their concerns that Gordon was putting in a boat dock. Gordon said he was approved for the 10’ variance. This variance did not include a concrete wall. Gordon said that this wall is a sidewalk 8” in height, not a wall and didn’t need approval. He said this sidewalk is holding the retaining wall in place.  Gordon was never approved for the sidewalk.  He continued to say that when he left the meeting there was no mention of putting in rip rap in the meeting  When Gordon came into the office to sign the permit there were notes put on the plot plan to put in the rip rap.  He said he would have never agree to the rip rap. Pat Hawkins explained to Gordon that it appeared he went beyond the scope of what was approved by the Architecture Committee.  Gordon said that he is unable to get a boat to this sidewalk, although there were pictures of a boat docked on the sidewalk.  There was much discussion on this issue.

Scott Giska expressed his concerns about the complaints from Gordon’s neighbors about the noise from construction late into the evening.  Gordon said that the noise is coming from his neighbor.  Scott asked for more information on this matter from Dave Hafner.

Motion was made to uphold the decision of the Architecture Committee. Motion made by Tom Hamilton and seconded by Scott Giska. Motion passed 4-0, 1 abstain. 

Jeff Mueller, Lot # 1986.  Jeff wanted to know if the concrete pad under the new guard shed was approved.  He said the shed looks horrible.  The Board will insure in the future that all approvals for these types of project will have to be approved by the Board of Directors.  Jeff also asked if there was a permit for the guard shed.  This shed was built to replace the existing shed.

Safety, Security & Elections Committee Report: Bonnie Starks

Safety and Security did not have a meeting this month.  They will be reviewing what was discussed at the last Town Hall Safety Meeting.  This could take several months.

 

Judicial: Bruce Keller 

  • Request to approve suggested changes to Fine Structure.

Motion was made by Tom Hamilton and seconded by Robert Starks to approve the suggested changes to Fine Structure.  Motion passed unanimously. 

 This is the first reading for the suggested changes to the Fine Structure. 

Lakes and Parks Committee Report:  Dave Patterson

  • Request approval of first time boat registration course for residents. 

Motion made by Donna Yetzer and seconded by Robert Starks to further discuss the registration course.  Motion passed unanimously. 

This is the first reading of the boat registration course. 

There was much discussion on the boat registration course.

We need to remind those boaters renting slips in the marina that they need to be using the cables and clips in their slips to attach their boats to the docks.

The Annual Fishing Derby is on July 14.  We have pledged $500 again.  They asked if we could increase the amount.  We will consider it at the next budget cycle.  We reminded them that the fish that come out of Lake Melody were not to go into the main lake.  He said they normally give them to Wormie’s in exchange for the worms he provides for the kids.

Paul reported that he was ready for the Fourth of July, but he hoped that there would be more emphasis on kayakers and wakeboarders wearing their life jackets, especially after dark. They need to have lights, too.

They have a new Lake Patrol member.  Even though he can only work part time, it is still a help.

Gerry Young reported everything is well within normal ranges except that the dissolved oxygen was a bit better than normal, 5ppm or better to 22 feet.

Currently dredging Kathy Lake. Small lakes to be inspected around the end of June.

Sluice Gate Bridge Project update – Concrete for the decking and ramp should be done by July 4th.

Marina Parking Lot – parking blocks. These are the normal 6 inch ones, and they are installed.

The cost for Dam Slips 1 and 2 was completed for less than $45,000.

Fish limit Rule – There are several rules in different sections.  We need to get them all together and in synch. After the fish study this fall we will be better able to assess the size and quantity limits.  Then signs will be updated.

Pat Hawkins asked a question about making the rules a little broader on the limits of fish.  Dave said that they are looking into making this a policy on the size and limits.

Bruce Keller said this policy will be for boat length and fish limits.

Marina layout – Peter is going to re-draw his starting proposal.  Bruce will email latest suggested version to the committee.

Fish Study Timing – Currently have cost of $2,895, and it is budgeted.  Would like the study to be done around the end of August.

Beach Parking Lot blocks – The caps look horrible and they don’t sit well at all.  Rock and roll.

Robert Starks asked what types of inspections are done on the small lakes and wanted to know when the new docks are put in, will there be an increase on the new docks.  Dave said they will take a look at the cost of the docks and fees.

Tom Plogstead, Lot # 2418. Last fall there was a confrontation on the lake last fall.  Tom suggested supplying Lake Patrol with a Go Pro Camera.  Dave said they did not look into this.  Dave did say they try to educate, warn, and then give a citation.

Beach Parking Lot blocks – The caps look horrible and they don’t sit well at all.  Rock and roll.

Dave Hafner, Lot # 1712.  Dave Hafner asked how they propose to take the lake down 2’ below winter pool. Dave Patterson said they will siphon through a large tube.  The tube will be ran through the open sluice gate which will make it a little easier.

Finance Committee Report:  Robert Starks 

  • Request approval of April, 2018 Financial Statements.

 Motion made by Donna Yetzer and seconded by Tom Hamilton to approve the April, 2018 Financial Statements.  Motion passed unanimously

 

 Future Planning Committee Report:  George Lortz

 

LUP Task Force Activity – The LUP Task Force has re-organized its efforts and the plan is to have a draft copy of the initial HVL POA LUP available for review in the September/October time-frame.  The target is to obtain final Board approval of the LUP no later than the 2019 Annual Meeting.

The LUP Task Force sub-group working on the amenities surveys are completing the second version of the survey to be released within the next few weeks.  It is likely that this will be the final survey needed until such time as in-depth cost and location information about the individual amenities proposed is available.

Civic Club: Tom Plogsted

 Everything is on schedule for the Luau on Saturday, August 4that the beach.

The Blast from the Past was not as successful as they thought it would be. They are going to contact the HVL Riders on a Halloween Party this year.

Dave Patterson said that the Luau is a big concern to Paul Rolfes.  He said that Paul has the most issues on the lake during the Luau.  Dave suggested that the Civic Club work with Paul and bring him into the discussions and plans for the Luau.

 Old Business:

None

New Business:

Jeff Mueller, Lot # 1986 – Jeff wanted to revisit the guard shed at the beach.  He wanted to know moving forward if the POA will be looking into a new shed.

Motion to adjourn by Robert Starks and seconded by Scott Giska.   Motion passed unanimously 

Adjournment: 8:01pm

Minutes Prepared by Gina

Minutes published in this paper are abbreviated and a full account can be heard online at www.hiddenvalleylakeindian.com

 

Attachment 1

3-7. Judicial Assessment Schedule

3-7-1. Assessment for Failure to Notify of Cancellation If the HVL POA office is not notified in time as specified the following assessment may be levied: $50 to 500.

3-7-2. Assessment for Failure to Comply with Any HVL POA Regulation If any regulation of the HVL POA is violated the following assessments may be levied: $25 to $2,000, plus damages, plus HVL POA costs.   Change on assessment to: $50 to $2,000 plus damages plus HVL POA costs.

 

4-25. Architecture Assessment Schedule    NO CHANGES TO ASSESSMENT AMOUNTS

4-25-1. Right to Suspend Work a. In the case of Architecture violations, the POA reserves the right to place a stop work order and halt construction at a job site after issuing of a citation. b. An architecture violation may receive a citation along with a 24-hour period to remedy the violation before a failure to comply citation would be issued. c. Sundays and holidays may be excluded.

4-25-2. Assessment for Failure to Prepare Driveway Before Work Begins If a driveway or ingress and egress is not prepared to specifications before work begins then the following assessment may be levied: $500 plus damages

4-25-3. Assessment for Culvert Pipe Violation If culvert pipes are improperly installed, undersized (defined as being under 15 inches), made with the wrong materials, or any other culvert pipe issue, then the following assessment will be levied: $500 plus damages.

4-25-4. Assessment for not Using Prepared Driveway as Ingress or Egress If the prepared driveway is not being used to enter a lot, or if there are multiple access point being used to enter a lot, then the following assessment will be levied: $100 – $500.

4-25-5. Assessment for Malfunctioning Culvert Pipe If a culvert pipe is bent or plugged, or ditch line blocked in any manner to disrupt the natural flow of water than the following assessment will be levied: $100 – $500.

4-25-6. Assessment for Insufficient Gravel If there is insufficient gravel then the following assessment will be levied: $100 plus 24 hours to remedy, each violation thereafter will increase by $100 increments

4-25-7. Building Permit Affixed to a Tree or HVL property or No Permit Assessment If a building permit is affixed to a tree or to HVL property the following assessment will be levied: $20 – $50

4-25-8. Mud or Debris Assessment a. If Mud or other debris is not cleaned up as soon as possible or by the end of the workday then the following assessment will be levied: $100. b. If Mud or other debris is left on the street past normal working hours then the following assessment will be levied: $200.

4-25-9. Theft of Utilities Assessment a. If a person or his/her agent is found stealing utilities then the following assessment will be levied: $100 – $500 plus Damages. b. If a person or his/her agent is found stealing utilities on three or more occasions then the HVL Board of Directors may ban the violator from Hidden Valley Lake Subdivision.

4-25-10. Unsightly Construction Site Assessment If a person or his/her agent does not keep a building sight clean and in a workmanlike fashion the following assessment will be levied: $100 – $500

4-25-11. Not Following Approved Plans Assessment If a person or his/her agent does not follow the plans approved by the Architectural Committee, including but not limited to following the dimensions, and locations as approved, then the following assessment will be levied: $500 – $2000 plus Stop Work Order

4-25-12. Stop Work Order Assessment If a Stop Work Order is issued then the following administrative assessment will be levied: $100

 

6-5. Animal Assessment Schedule

6-5-1. Dog Noise Assessment

  1. If an owner or harborer of a dog or dogs negligently allows the dog or dogs in his/her care to cause a noise at such a level as to be a nuisance to neighbors as set forth herein then the following assessment will be levied against the owner or the keeper: $25. Change assessment to $50
  2. If an owner or harborer of a dog or dogs has already had an assessment levied against them as prescribed in part “a” of this section and violates again, this second violation and each subsequent violation thereafter will have the following assessment levied: $50. Change assessment to $100

6-5-2. Dog Running Loose Assessment

  1. If an owner or harborer of a dog or dogs negligently allows the dog or dogs in his/her care to run loose then the following assessment will be levied: WARNING
  2. If an owner or harborer of a dog or dogs has already received a warning as prescribed in part “a.” of this section and violates again, this second violation and each subsequent violation thereafter will have the following assessment levied: $100.

 

 

6-5-3. Vicious Dog Assessment

  1. If an owner’s or harborer’ s dog or dogs are found to be vicious, then the following assessment will be levied against the owner or harborer: The owner or harborer will be sent a letter declaring that their dog or dogs are vicious and will be advised dog must be contained $100. Change assessment to: $250.
  2. If an owner or harborer of a dog or dogs has already received a warning letter as prescribed in part “a.” of this section and there is a subsequent violation any rule herein set forth by the dog or dogs deemed to be vicious, then the following assessment will be levied: $250 plus removal of the vicious dog or dogs from HVL.

6-5-4. Dangerous Dog Assessment

  1. If an owner’s or harborer’ s dog or dogs are found to be dangerous, then the following assessment will be levied against the owner or harborer: WARNING
  2. If an owner or harborer of a dog or dogs has already received a warning as prescribed in part “a” of this section and there is any subsequent violation of any rule set forth herein by the dog or dogs deemed to be dangerous, then the following assessment will be levied: $250.
  3. If an owner or harborer of a dog or dogs has already received a warning as prescribed in part “a” of this section and a fine as prescribed in part “b” of this section and there is a subsequent violation of any rule set forth herein by the dog or dogs deemed to be dangerous, then the following assessment will be levied: $250 plus removal of the dangerous dog or dogs from HVL.

6-5-5. Hunting or Fishing Violation Assessment If a person violates the rules for hunting and fishing, as set forth in these by-laws then the following assessment will be levied: $25 – 100           Change assessment to: $50 – $1,000

 

7-12. Lakes and Water Craft Assessment Schedule

7-12-1. Operating a Watercraft in Excess of 35 MPH Assessment If a person operates a watercraft in excess of 35 mph, then the following assessment will be levied: $50 – $100

7-12-2. Lake Status Violation Assessment If a person operates a watercraft in violation of the defined lake status the following assessment will be levied: $50 – $100.

7-12-3. No Wake Assessment If a person operates a watercraft in a no wake zone above idle speed then the following assessment will be levied: $50 – $100

7-12-4. Failure to Follow a Towed Person at a Safe Distance If a person while operating a watercraft fails to maintain a following distance of at least 300 feet behind another watercraft towing a person on skis or any other type of device meant to be towed behind a watercraft the following assessment will be levied: $50 – $100

7-12-5. Only One Person in a Watercraft with a Person in Tow Assessment 79 If a person operates a watercraft without another person accompanying him in the watercraft, while towing a person on skis or any other type of device meant to be towed, then the following assessment will be levied: $50 – $100

7-12-6. Missing Required Equipment Assessment If a watercraft does not have the required equipment as set forth herein, then the following assessment will be levied: $25 – $200.     Change assessment to: $50 – $200

7-12-7. Skiing, Tubing, or Flotation Violation Assessment If a person violates the rules pertaining to Skiing, Tubing, or use a Flotation device as set forth herein, then the following assessment will be levied: $50 – $100.

7-12-8. Operating a Watercraft in the Wrong Direction Assessment If a person operates a watercraft in the wrong direction, while in the high-speed zone as described herein, then the following assessment will be levied: $50 – $100.

7-12-9. Creating Wake in a No Wake Zone Assessment If a person operates a watercraft so that it creates wake in zone designated as a no wake zone, then the following assessment will be levied: $25 – $100. Change assessment to: $50 – $100

7-12-10. Failure to Yield the Right of Way or Reckless Operation Assessment If a person operating a watercraft fails to yield the right to another watercraft or operates his or her watercraft recklessly as defined in these by-laws, then the following assessment will be levied: $100 – $500.

7-12-11. Non-Property Owner Boating on the Lake Assessment If a person operates a watercraft in violation of these By-laws who is not a resident of HVL then the following assessment will be levied jointly and severally against both the person who is not a resident and, if applicable, the resident who allowed the nonresident access: $100 – $300

7-12-12. Boat Sticker Not Displayed Correctly Assessment If a person does not display the HVL POA sticker properly as defined within these by-laws then the following assessment will be levied: $25 -$100.   Change assessment to: $50 – $100

7-12-13. Boat or Trailer Parking Violation Assessment If a person parks a boat or a trailer for a boat in defiance to these rules then the following Assessment will be levied: $25 – $100 Change assessment to: $50 – $100

7-12-14. Discarding Materials into the Lake Assessment If a person negligently deposits Waste, Litter, or other proscribed materials into the Lake, then the following assessment will be levied: $100 – $500 plus damages.

7-12-15. Unlawful Swimming Assessment If a person swims in violation of these by-laws then the following assessment will be levied: $20 – $100.               Change assessment to: $50 – $100

 

10-12. Traffic and Vehicle Operation Assessment NO CHANGES TO ASSESSMENT AMOUNTS

10-12-1. Traffic Violation General Assessments

  1. If a person violates any traffic rule as contained in these by-laws then the following assessment will be levied: $143.50
  2. If a person commits a subsequent driving infraction within 90 days of the first then the following assessment will be levied: Double the original assessment
  3. Anyone under the age of 18 receiving traffic citations must appear before the Judicial Panel with a parent or legal guardian and no prepayment of citation shall be allowed.
  4. Traffic assessments will be updated to correspond to Dearborn County fines. This will not require action of the HVL POA Board of Directors.

10-12-2. Speeding 20 MPH Over Posted Limit If a person operates a vehicle 20 MPH over the posted speed limit, then the following assessment will be levied: $243.50

10-12-3. Fluid Leak Assessment If a person allows a vehicle in his/her control to leak fluids onto HVL POA property, then the following assessment will be levied: $100 – $500.

10-12-4. Commercial Vehicle Parking Assessment a. If a person during daylight hours parks a commercial vehicle for longer than 8 hours or blocks road usage, then the following assessment will be levied: $100. b. If a person after dark parks a commercial vehicle for longer than 8 hours or blocks road usage, then the following assessment will be levied: $200.

 

11-8. Burning Assessment Schedule NO CHANGES TO ASSESSMENT AMOUNTS

11-8-1. Daylight Burning Assessment If a person burns items in violation of the rules set forth herein during daylight hours, then the following assessment will be levied: $100

11-8-2. After Dark Burning Assessment a. If a person burns items, in violation of the rules set forth herein, during night time hours, and supervises the burn, then the following assessment will be levied: $100. b. If a person burns items, in violation of the rules set forth herein, during night time hours, and DOES NOT supervise the burn, then the following assessment will be levied: $200

11-8-3. Burning Material Escaping Container Assessment a. If materials that a person is burning escapes the container in which the materials were intended to be burned in, while the person supervises the burn, then the following assessment will be levied: $100. b. If materials that a person is burning escapes the container in which the materials were intended to be burned in, while the person DOES NOT supervise the burn, then the following assessment will be levied: $200

11-8-4. Burning Material Other than Wood or Paper Assessment If a person burns materials other than wood or paper, in violation of the rules set forth herein, then the following assessment will be levied: $500.

11-8-5. Using Improper Container or No Container Assessment If a person does not use a prescribed container as defined herein or does not use any container to burn materials, then the following assessment will be levied: $500.

11-8-6. Fire Extinguished by Public Employee or HVL POA Employee Assessment If a fire in violation of these rules is extinguished by any public employee or an HVL POA employee, then the following assessment will be levied: $100.

11-8-7. Fire Requiring the Fire Department to Respond If a fire in violation of these rules is of such magnitude that the Fire Department must be called, then the following assessment will be levied: $500.

 

11-9. Personal Violations Assessment Schedule

11-9-1. Harassment Assessment If a person abuses or harasses an HVL POA employee, HVL POA committee member or resident then the following assessment will be levied: $75 – $500         Change on assessment to: $100 to $700.

11-9-2. Disorderly Conduct Assessment If a person acts disorderly or mischievous then the following assessment will be levied: $25 – $500 plus damages           Change on assessment to: $50 to $500 plus damages.

11-9-3. Invalid HVL Identification Card Assessment If a person is found to possess an invalid HVL POA card the following assessment will be levied: $10 – $50.

11-9-4. Property Damage, Vandalism Assessment If a person is found to have intentionally caused property damage to another then the following assessment will be levied: $25 – $500 plus damages.     Change on assessment to: $50 to $500 plus damages.

11-9-5. Trespassing Assessment If a person is found to have intentionally or knowingly entered upon the property of another without permission or excuse, then the following assessment will be levied: $25 – $200 plus damages.       Change on assessment to: $50 to $200 plus damages.

11-9-6. Littering Assessment If a person is found to have littered or unlawfully deposited an item on either the property of another or upon any property owned by the HVL POA, then the following assessment will be levied: $100 – $500.

11-9-7. Firearm Violation Assessment If a person violates the rules set forth for firearms the following assessment will be levied: $100 – $1,000.

11-9-8. Damage to Community Property Assessment 97 If a person damages HVL POA property then the following assessment will be levied: $50 – $1,000 plus damages.    Change assessment to: $100 – $1,000 plus damages

11-9-9. Curfew Violation Assessment If a person violates the curfew rules set forth herein then the following assessment will be levied: $25 – $200    Change on assessment to: $50 to $200.

11-9-10. Improper Noise Violation Assessment If a person violates the noise rules set forth herein then the following assessment will be levied: $80.   Change on assessment to $100

 

11-10. Signs and Solicitation Assessment Schedule

11-10-1. Sign Violation Assessment

  1. If a person violates the sign rules set forth herein then the following assessment will be levied: $10 – $50. Change assessment to: $25 – $100
  2. If a person does not otherwise violate a sign rule, but affixes the sign improperly to property owned by the HVL POA or to a tree then the following assessment will be levied: $20 – $50. Change assessment to: $50 – $100

 

 

 

 

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