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Lou will recommend guide lines for determining two main areas of fining owners
Yard maintenance
Boat, Trailer and Mobile Homes parked on Glades Property

I would like to establish guide lines for our Environmental Control Committee to follow when enforcing the Glades Schedule of fines. I recommend that we concentrate our attention to two common areas of complaints.
Please be advised that ALL "Official Records" affecting The Glades are on the Bay County Clerk Of The Court's

Document Type: (AMR) AMENDED DEED OF RESTRICTIONS
Record Date : 10/13/1989 4:29:00 PM
DirectName: GLADES THE
THE GLADES

Book Type: OR
Book / Page: 1247 / 1577
# of Pages: 49
Legal: EDGEWATER EST INC/OR 1247 P928

Yard maintenance
Article VIII Environmental Control Committee
Section 2. Reviewed by Committee
Architectural Control
All properties shall be maintained “as to the harmony of external design and location in relation to surrounding structures, topography and vegetation by Environmental control Committee.”
Landscaping Approval

(2). “Each lot owner shall be responsible for sodding the areas of his lot on which are located swales and those areas between his lot and the roadway. All grassed areas in the plan shall be sodded.”
With these excerpts from our Glades Deed Restrictions, I recommend the board adapt the following guideline regarding owner’s responsibility to maintain their home’s yard:
All Glades home owners shall be responsible for maintaining their homes topography (landscaping) in keeping with surrounding neighbors properties as evaluated and determined by the Environmental Control Committee, which includes lawn, shrubs, and trees. Owners with landscaping that are neglected, including those lawns left to go to weeds, lawns not mowed, plant islands over grown and trees that need trimming, all of which are not in keeping with surrounding neighbors properties will be noticed of their respective deficiencies by the Glades HOA, Environmental Control Committee as outlined in the Glades Schedule of Fines, which is listed on the Glades Web site (www.gladespcb.org).


Boat, Trailer and Mobile Homes parked on Glades Property
Article VIII Environmental Control Committee
Section 2. Reviewed by Committee
Architectural Control

(3). “No Temporary building, mobile homes, trailers or outbuilding maybe placed on, stored, erected or otherwise kept on any lot.”

General Restrictions
(2). “No boats, trailers or motor homes shall be stored on any lot visible from street or Golf Course.”
With these excerpts from our Glades Deed Restrictions, I recommend the board adapt the following guideline regarding owner’s responsibility not to store trailers, boats or Mobile homes on Glades home owner’s property:

All Glades home owners shall be responsible for insuring that no boats, trailers and mobile homes are stored on their property. Boats, trailers and motor homes may be temporarily parked on their property if boats and trailers are attached to hauling vehicles for the temporary purpose of cleaning and/or loading and unloading. Boats and trailers parked on property not attached to hauling vehicle will be in violation of Deed Restrictions. Mobile homes may be parked on owner’s property for the purpose of cleaning and/or loading and unloading, but must be removed within three days.