Arlington Pointe

Letter Regarding Spring Maintenance

Covenant 6.14

Dear Homeowners,
Spring is here and we are looking forward to Beautification Day on Saturday the 5th. We are going to purchase the plants and mulch at 8am. We would like to meet with you and will begin planting at 10am at the front entrance. Again, we hope that you will all join us.
At this time, we thought it would be a good idea to remind you of the maintenance covenant of the APHOA as well. This came up with many homeowners at the last public meeting and we wanted to formally address it before the season began. I am sure that we will all continue to keep our homes in a manner that would keep our subdivision desirable for future home buyers. But, so that there can be no confusion about our duties as owners (and because we are volunteers and really don’t wish to become micromanagers of lawns either) we ask you to please review the below information regarding each of our responsibilities for maintenance of our properties.
6.14 Maintenance. Each Owner shall keep and maintain each Lot and Structure owned by him, as well as all landscaping located thereon, in good condition and repair, including but not limited to: (i) the repairing and painting (or other appropriate external care) of all Structures; (ii) the seeding, watering and mowing of all lawns; and (iii) the pruning and trimming of all trees, hedges and shrubbery so that the same are not obstructive of a view by motorists or pedestrians of street traffic. If in the opinion of the ACC, any Owner shall fail to perform the duties imposed by this Section, the ACC shall notify the Association. If the Board shall agree with the determination of the ACC with respect to the failure of said Owner to perform the duties imposed by this Section, then the Board shall give written notice to the Owner to remedy the condition in question setting forth in reasonable detail the nature of the condition and the specific action or actions needed to be taken to remedy such condition. If the Owner shall fail to take reasonable steps to remedy the condition within fifteen (15) days after the mailing of said written notice by certified mail, then the Association shall have the Right of Abatement as provided in Section 8.02 hereof. Guidelines in relation to the maintenance of structures and landscaping may be included in any Design Standards adopted by the ACC.

More to come regarding the Cookout on Memorial Day Weekend! I will post information on the Website ( by the end of April. Please remember to check the website occasionally for any info regarding Arlington Pointe. I have also attached copies of our by-laws and covenants on there. Happy Spring!

Jeanne Pete, Sam Harvey and Janice Stutlz

Posted by jpete on 03/31/2008
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