To avoid denial of your application, please read the ACC guidelines for the type of improvement planned and ensure that the information in the application is complete and meets those guidelines. The #1 and #2 reasons for denial are that the (1) application includes information or specifications that are restricted or prohibited by the guidelines and/or (2) the application is missing information (such as scale drawings, all measurements, materials to be used, a lot survey, and photos). The more information, the better.
DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS and RESTRICTIONS OF TWIN OAKS VILLAGE
ARTICLE 1 Definitions
1.9 “Improvement to Property” shall mean, without limitation: (a) the construction, installation or erection of any building, structure, fence, dwelling unit or other Improvements, including utility facilities; (b) the demolition or destruction, by voluntary action, of any building, structure, fence, or other Improvements; (c) the grading, excavation, filling, or similar disturbance to the surface of any Lot, including, without limitation, change of grade, change of ground level, change of drainage pattern, or change of stream bed; (d) installation or changes to the landscaping on any Lot; and (e) any exterior modification, expansion, change or alteration of any previously approved Improvement to Property, including any change of exterior appearance, color, or texture not expressly permitted by this Declaration, or rules and regulations adopted by the Board of Directors of the Association.
1.10 “Improvements” shall mean all structures and any appurtenances thereto of every type or kind, which are visible on a Lot, including, but not limited to: a dwelling unit, buildings, outbuildings, swimming pools, spas, hot tubs, patio covers, awnings, painting of any exterior surfaces of any visible structure, additions, sidewalks, walkways, sprinkler pipes, garages, carports, roads, driveways, parking areas, fences, screening, walls, retaining walls, stairs, decks, fixtures, windbreaks, basketball goals, flagpoles, or any other type of pole, signs, exterior tanks, exterior air conditioning fixtures and equipment, water softener fixtures, exterior lighting, recreational equipment or facilities, radio, conventional or cable or television antenna or dish, microwave television antenna, and landscaping that is placed on and/or visible from any Lot.
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