Owen: the Board has had a property owner for the past three years continue with a renovation project after the moratorium and the only resolution dispute numerous requests, meetings and notices was to file a lawsuit and a temporary restraining order, which would require an emergency hearing. The goal above was to avoid the community from having to incur those extreme expenses. It was not to rack up fines for minor repairs, permitted repairs or emergency repairs. For those issues, ones that did not exist prior to the moratorium, an email or message through the website of an emergency would certainly be an exception.
As you’ll see, no other area in the amendments has fines. The amendments aren’t perfect but certainly would make it costly for continued renovations or unnecessary loud project that violate the moratorium. IF you have suggested language to incorporate these changes, please bring to the board meeting. Thanks for reading the amendments.