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SATELLITE DISHES:



This Association has a policy consistent with FCC regulations concerning the installation of a satellite dish. Our specifications are necessary due to maintenance responsibilities and concerns.


Satellite Dishes may be installed on the chimney box directly attached to and serving your unit and all wiring must enter into your unit at that point. No wiring is allowed to enter through the shingles, run across the roof or be feed through the gutters and downspouts.

The Association is not responsible in any way for any damage resulting from the installation or removal of a satellite dish.

Satellite dishes are not allowed on any other part of the building or grounds without prior written approval from the Board. Requests for variance to these instructions must be submitted to and approved by the Board of Directors prior to any installation.

Failure to follow these directions may result in removal of dishes and/or associated wiring without prior notice and direct expenses will be assessed back to you. You may also be subject to fines.


WIRING AND UTILITY LINES:



All wiring and utility lines must enter the building in the rear through the utility room area of your unit.


Cable TV feeds to your unit must be buried in the ground and shall not be allowed to run on top of the ground surface. Unit owners are responsible to notify cable service personnel if these lines are not buried or properly installed.

All efforts must be made to preserve the esthetics of the property. Service lines should be as invisible as possible and cause the least amount of damage to the exterior of the buildings. Therefore:

NO SERVICE LINES OF ANY TYPE SHALL PASS THROUGH THE EXTERIOR WALL OF THE BUILDING (OTHER THEN THRU THE BACK WALL AREA OF YOUR UTILITY ROOM) WITHOUT THE PRIOR WRITTEN APPROVAL FROM THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS.

This means that wiring and AC lines are not allowed to run on the exterior part of the building. Such as along the side to multiple levels of the building like a cable or phone line installed to the second floor level to reach a bedroom. And replacement AC lines cannot be run through the attic - out through the roof line (or soffit) and down the side of the building. These are examples of lines that must be contained to the interior of your unit.

All wiring and utility lines must be in compliance with all Local, State and National codes.

Request for variance to this poliy must be submitted to and approved in writting from the Board of Directors prior to any alteration being made.

Failure to follow these directirves may result in action taken by the Association without prior notice and direct expenses assessed back to you. Or you may be subject to fines until the violation is corrected.


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