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February 3rd Letter Mailed to All Members
Posted on Feb 3rd, 2023

In a series of meetings during the past year, the board of directors of the Legacy Mountain HOA adopted a schedule of fines and penalties for violating the association's Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&R's) or the accompanying General Rules.  The CC&R's and the accompanying Rules were adopted by a vote of more than two-thirds of the association lot owners in 2017.  Copies of both documents are posted on the HOA's website at legacymountainhoa.com.
 
The purpose of this letter is to inform al lot owners of the various types of violations that are subject to fine or penalty and the associated amount.  For your information, a copy of the schedule of fines and penalties is enclosed.  The document includes information about the various penalties such as interest charged on unpaid assessments.  The board intends to enforce each type of offense.
 
One violation involves initiating construction or major excavation activities (e.g., installing a driveway) without prior approval of the Architectural Review Committee.  The documents section of the HOA's website includes a detailed list summarizing the restrictions regarding such activities.  Violation of some construction restrictions may also be subject to a fine levied by the Sanpete County Planning and Zoning Department.  Any fines assessed by the County would be above and beyond those assessed by the HOA.
 
The CC&R's and the accompanying General Rules also prohibit lot owners who do not have a cabin from parking a camp trailer, mobile home, or motor home on their lot even for a short period of time.  However, lot owners who have an active building permit issued by Sanpete County are allowed to keep a camp trailer, mobile home or motor home on their lot during the active construction time period as long as they comply with the County's restrictions.
 
The fine schedule also includes fines for violating fire restrictions, igniting fireworks, or shooting a firearm within the boundaries fo the Legacy Mountain development.  The purpose of these restrictions is to minimize danger to life and property and to promote the safety of all lot owners and their guests.
 
Another violation refers to the disposal of unauthorized material in garbage dumpsters provided for the use of all lot owners.  Dumpsters sponsored by the HOA are provided for the disposal of household garbage only.  Construction materials, mattresses, furniture or landscape waste, etc. should not be deposited in these community dumpsters.  Instead, such unauthorized materials should be taken to the County landfill located about 10 miles South of Mt. Pleasant on Highway 89.  Owners engaged in active construction projects are expected to maintain a private dumpster on their lot for depositing construction waste materials.  The remaining fines relate to nuisance restrictions which helps us maintain the serenity and beauty of our mountain community.  We respectfully request your cooperation in abiding by the restrictions specified in the 
CC&R's and General Rules.
 
Regards, Legacy Mountain Board of Directors
 
Richard Sudweeks, President     Russell Rhoades V.P.,    Lory Gurr,    Mark Bagley,   Kirk Gamble,     Randy Berg,  Chris Autry    
 
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