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if you go to Homeowner’s Tab, under Documents, you will see proposed changes and rational of ByLaws and Restrictive Covenants dated June 2020. This shows the section in question, what is changing and the rational in layman’s terms so everyone can understand is this section just moving, why are we adding a word, what is the purpose for the change. I believe Miles and Karen have the final changes to go over this evening, which are nominal but were discussed at the last meeting (use the lot not the street for setbacks, put in suggested fine for violation of the noise moratorium but leave it to board’s discretion to fine at all, reduce fine or increase fine down the road so document does not need to be approved again). It will not take hours and I think most of your questions will be answered if you review them now. And if you still have a question or concern, you can call or email me (as can anyone on this string).
If the board approves these going to the community for a vote at the meeting, I would suggest it immediately go back to the Delaware real estate attorney to review. With that said, we did not add any new areas from what he reviewed last year. We only removed any restrictions on building or rebuilding, so I am confident that the documents are ready to go and comply with the law and how our board operates.
Being an attorney, as you are as well, I don’t think we will find any attorney who will sign an affidavit (attestation) of what you are requesting. What we are doing is being open and clear with plenty of notice and welcoming all suggestions as we have for the past 6 months – 2 years.
The issue isn’t that you’ve come in at the 11th hour with questions. We welcome your questions and input. But we are looking for constructive comments with specific issues to discuss and move to the community as this has been a 2 year project with notification at every turn to resolve inquiries.