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April Announcement

The Camelot Village & Malory Square Community Spring Maintenance & Community Reminders Hope that you are beginning to enjoy our nice Spring Carolina weather and ready for the Spring/Summer months ahead! Homeowners are invited to join our NEW Volunteer Committees. Openings include the ARC, Landscape & Maintenance and Social Committees. We need your help! Warning Notice: Please read all of the information provided below, as these are issues that will be strictly enforced this year and may result in Fines. May 11th, 2019, our Landscaping & Maintenance Committee will begin walk-throughs of all lots. If your home/lot is not up to code with our Communities Property Standards, you will receive a fine. Fines can be of up to $100 per day/occurrence. Please visit the community website at https://hoa.tcvmsc.com for access to the Communities Property Standards and Maintenance Documents. Street Parking Parking over the sidewalk is prohibited, including sidewalks that go through driveways. For safety and aesthetic purposes your garage and driveway should be full of cars before you park any vehicles on the street. Parking along streets creates safety hazards for children playing, other motorists or make it tough for fire trucks, ambulances or law enforcement to get to where they’re going. Pets Pets should be on a leash at all times, when outside of your residence. When walking your pet, please note that if your pet relieves itself you are required to pick up after it. This includes common areas and in neighbors’ yards. Pet Waste bags must be thrown away in your Trashcan afterwards. Please do not throw them on the ground. No animals of any kind shall be raised, bred, or kept on any lot, except two (2) dogs, two (2) cats or one of each. Yard & Lawn Maintenance Yards should be maintained throughout the year. As the growing season is now here, it is important that your lawn is regularly cut and all landscaping kept in a neat & tidy condition. Lawns, planting beds, space between the sidewalk and curb and all landscaped areas should be free of weeds, debris and personal items. Lawn areas that are bare or damaged should have seed planted to help promote growth of a healthy lawn. In addition, the drainage culverts on each lot are the responsibility of the lot owner. These areas must be kept free of debris and grassed in order to keep the slope of those areas stabilized. Additionally, hardscapes should be regularly edged and trimmed, this includes walkways, driveways, sidewalks, and curbs. Empty planters or planters with dead flowers, grills, and other personal items should be stored out of view from the street so that the home looks clean and neat in appearance. All play equipment and toys should be located in the rear of the house, not the side, front yard or porches. Play equipment is only permitted in fenced yards. If you live on a corner lot and do not have a fenced in yard, please store these items in your garage. Above ground pools are prohibited. ARC Approval Any changes you want to make to your lot or exterior of your home do require PRIOR written approval from the Association. This includes, but is not limited to, installation of a fence, shed, deck or patio, addition of landscaping beds or modification to the exterior of your home. Please understand the ARC Committee and Board of Directors have up to 30 days to render a decision on all requests, so please ensure that adequate time is incorporated into your plans for these improvements. Garbage Cans Trash and recycle carts must be stored in the garage or behind your home, screened from view of the street and adjacent lots. Do not store your carts in driveways or on the side of your home. Your emptied carts should be removed from the curb before 6 a.m. on Saturday morning. Of course, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact Brandis at manager04@kohnell.com at any time!

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