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Rancho Cabrillo Homeowners Association. Rules and Regulations

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Rancho Cabrillo Homeowners Association Rules and Regulations Rancho Cabrillo Homeowners Association is an unincorporated association located in Aptos, California. It was formed to preserve and protect
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Rancho Cabrillo Homeowners Association Rules and Regulations Rancho Cabrillo Homeowners Association is an unincorporated association located in Aptos, California. It was formed to preserve and protect the property of the members of the Association. The Association is governed by its Declaration of Covenants Conditions and Restriction, its Bylaws and by Rules and Regulations. This handbook contains only a portion of the rules and regulations governing RCHA, set forth in our Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions, which document is furnished each owner at the time of purchase of a RCHA unit. The rules set forth in this Rule Book pertain primarily to everyday problems of community living. Each time a unit is rented, it is required that the unit owner provide the new renter with a copy. The Association is vitally interested in preserving the value, integrity and beauty of the area and this Rule Book has been designed and distributed to accomplish that goal. Prepared by R.C.H.A Bylaws Committee: Rosie Jones Miriam Pelot Gail Korich Carol Ward August 1992 Table of Contents ANIMALS Reference C.C.&R.s Article VII, Section Free roaming pets destroy plants and create a nuisance. Therefore any pet must be confined within the owner s unit and must be carried or held on a leash while outside. Cats or dogs running loose may be turned over to the animal shelter. 2. Owners are responsible for IMMEDIATE cleanup and sanitary disposal of their pet s waste. 3. The maximum number of animals allowed per unit is one and that one may not weigh more than twenty pounds. 4. Owners of pets must inform the Board of the type and size of any pet upon commencement of occupancy or upon acquisition. 5. Any pet creating noise or other nuisance may be subject to fines and/or permanent removal from the Project following a Notice and Hearing by the Board. 6. Pets are to be licensed as required by County Code. ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL: Reference Article V & Article VII, C.C.&R.s 1. The Board of Directors will be striving to maintain harmony of design, utilizing the recommendations of an architectural committee. 2. No building fence, wall or other structure shall be installed upon the properties nor shall any exterior alteration be made until the plans and specification showing the nature, kind, shape, size, materials and location of same shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Board of Directors. 3. If the Board fails to approve or disapprove such design and location within thirty (30) days after plans and specifications have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Board of Directors. 4. Exterior antennas of any type are not allowed. 5. Architectural approval is not required for normal patio and deck furnishings, which include but are not limited to chairs, tables, barbeques, plants and other such accessories. 6. Windows may not be tinted or treated with reflective material. 7. Stained glass window inserts are permitted. 8. Solar screens over cathedral windows are permitted. 9. Storage of bicycles and other play equipment as well as cleaning equipments such as buckets, brooms and mops and tools such as shovels and rakes is prohibited on decks and patios. 10. Any embellishment or addition to unit exteriors must have the approval of the Board. The Board will be seeking to maintain the integrity of the architectural style throughout the Project. 11. The Board may approve exceptions upon petition if, in the Architectural Committee s judgment, the individual exception is a unique situation and shall not adversely impact others residents in the complex, and if the Board concurs in that judgment. 12. Broken windows must be properly replaced. 13. Decks, patios, overheads, awnings or shades must be in keeping with the architectural standards of the community. 14. Any gate, fence or balcony railing changes must have approval of the Board. DELINQUENCY POLICY: Reference C.C.&R.s, Article IV, Section 4.08 and ByLaws Article XI Assessments. 1. Each member is obligated to pay to the Association annual and special assessments which are secured by a continuing lien upon the unit against which the assessment is made. 2. Any assessments which are not paid within thirty (30) days after the due date shall be delinquent and shall bear interest at the rate of ten percent (10%) per annum from the due date until the date paid. 3. The Association may bring legal action against the owner or record a notice of assessment and foreclose the lien against the lot. Interest, costs and reasonable attorneys fees shall be added to the amount of such assessment. 4. No owner may waive or otherwise escape liability for the assessment by nonuse of the Common Area or abandonment of her/his lot. 5. Grass areas may be used for relaxation. NO football, soccer, LANDSCAPING: C.C.&R.s Article VII, Sections 7.08 & Major landscaping is the responsibility of the Association. 2. The Board will appoint a Lawn and Grounds committee whose responsibility it is to develop long range and short term plans working within the Association budget constraints. 3. The Board is responsible for interviewing and hiring and supervising groundskeepers. The Lawn and Grounds Committee will assist and advise the Board in this matter. 4. Planting in the Common Area by owners and/or tenants is not permitted unless authorized in writing by the Board. 5. Grass areas may be used for relaxation. No football, soccer, baseball or other such activities that would damage the grass areas are permitted.
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