Welcome to our
Rules section of our Website. To view a section of this page you can click
on the top banner or the blue title
along the left side of this page. The
following information was copied directly from the CLCA Blue Book and serves as
an additional resource for members to review any of the rule requirements.
We hope you will find this information will assist you in any questions you may
have about our Association.
descriptions are provided in lay terms.
There are 26 Deed
restrictions published in the CLCA Blue Book. These Deed Restriction
in reality are set in stone. To change any Deed Restriction it
would take a vote to change a restriction from 80% of the membership eligible
to vote. An 80% vote is required to add, delete or change any of the
26 Deed Restrictions published.
The By-Laws are a written
set of requirement and procedures used to operate the Conashaugh Lakes
Community Association ( CLCA). By-Laws may be changed or
modified at a scheduled meeting of the membership of the Association
with members eligible to vote in attendance or by proxy. CLCA
normally holds one meeting a year and that is the Annual Meeting
usually scheduled at the end of September of each year. A vote of 80%
of those in attendance or by proxy in favor of the change or addition
is needed to approve a By-Law or a change.
Rules and Regulations are
established by the Board of Directors with a majority vote in favor of
the Rule. Additions/Changes of the Rules are reviewed by the
Rules and Regulations Committee and presented to the Board for a
formal vote. Voting upon a change to or of the Rules and
Regulations take place at the monthly meeting scheduled for the second
Saturday of each month. The Rules and Regulations Committee
meets on the third Saturday of each month.
The Building Codes are
just that a set of Codes established to review and regulate the
construction within CLCA. CLCA Building Codes reflect the
requirements as set forth by Dingmans Township and are sited within
the CLCA codes. In addition too the Township requirements there are
additional requirements established within CLCA. Those requirements
are set forth in the
Blue Book. Oversight of the building codes are reviewed by the Design and
Review Committee, with recommendations sent to the Board of
Directors for approval. Building codes are known to change from time
to time at the Township level and CLCA are subject to those
changes. To be sure, it is recommended you contact the Township
and CLCA staff before proceeding with any construction project.
The Operating Program
Statements (OPS) are new this 2002-2003 year. OPS are intended
to provide additional information pertaining to the operation of the Association. Each OPS is specific to the
policy and numbered for
identification. OPS are presented to the Board of Directors and
require a majority vote for passage. Any area, of the operation
of the Association, needing clarification may require an