Grass Cutting --- A violation letter is sent out with each violation. Starting with the third, and with each subsequent violation, there is a $20 non-compliance penalty assessment.
Trashcans left out of the screened area after noon of the day following pickup---A violation letter is sent out with each violation. Starting with the third, and with each subsequent violation, there is a $20 non-compliance penalty assessment.
If the Board so chose to do so, this $20 penalty could be raised to $50 per incident with an approved Board motion.
All other violations that can be quickly remedied; i.e., trailer parked in driveway, junk left out in yard, bags of leaves left in yard, front porch cluttered; portable swimming pool in front yard, wheelbarrow or other equipment left out in yard, etc. A violation letter is sent giving 48 hours after receipt to correct the violation. Starting with the second write-up of the same recurring violation, and with each subsequent recurring violation, there is a $50 non-compliance penalty assessment.
Violations of a more major nature that will take longer to correct; roof stains, powerwashing needed, house needing painting, repairs needed to porch railings, bare spots in lawn, yard erosion, shutter falling off, dead tree in yard, etc. A violation letter is sent giving 14 days to correct violation or work out an acceptable plan with the management company to correct the violation. After the 14 days, there is a $10 per day non-compliance penalty assessed until the violation is corrected, with a cap of $900. In all cases, the violator is to notify the management company in writing or by email when the violation is corrected so a re-inspection can be conducted to verify such. All of the above processes fall within the confines of the Va. POA Act, and were reviewed by Ashbrooks Attorney before being implemented by Board Approved Motions.