Schedule of Enforcement Assessments

FOR DISPLAY OF ADVERTISING SIGNS NOT PERMITTED BY RESTRICTIONS & COVENANTS PARAGRAPH 4

  1. A violation is observed and reported to the LHBA Board of Directors
  2. LHBA Board of Directors confirms the existence of the sign.
  3. LHBA Board of Directors telephones the entity identified on the sign (hereafter called Entity), advises that such signs are not permitted and directs its immediate removal.
    LHBA Board of Directors advises Property Owner via telephone, e-mail or postal mail, of the existence of this violation and that notification was made by LHBA to the Entity.
  4. If the sign is not removed within three (3) business days after Step 3, LHBA Board of Directors sends a letter (Certified Mail) to the Property Owner advising that the Property Owner is still in violation of LHBA Restrictions & Covenants and directing immediate removal of sign.
  5. If the sign is not removed within five (5) business days after Step 4, LHBA Board of Directors sends a letter (Certified Mail with Return Receipt) to the Property Owner advising that if the sign is not removed within ten (10) business days from the date this Step 5 letter is delivered, the following schedule of assessments will be imposed on the Property Owner:
    1. FIFTY DOLLARS ($50.00) PER CALENDAR DAY COMMENCING TEN (10) BUSINESS DAYS AFTER RETURN RECEIPT DELIVERY OF LETTER.
    2. If sign is not removed within ten (10) calendar days after assessment begins the accrued assessment of FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($500.00) plus administrative costs, shall be filed as a lien against the property. The lien shall not be removed until the assessment is paid. The assessment is capped at FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($500.00) plus administrative costs.
    3. LHBA Board of Directors sends a letter (Certified Mail with Return Receipt) to the Property Owner advising that the assessment has commenced and a second such letter when the lien is filed
  6. If an advertising sign is displayed by any entity, removed after delivery of Step 5 notification, and then replaced by any other advertising sign at any future time, the assessment of FIFTY DOLLARS ($50.00) PER DAY shall immediately commence without a waiting period and continue so long as the sign remains displayed, with a cap of FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($500.00) and lien filed as prescribed in Step 5b.
  7. Only the following advertising signs are considered not in violation of LHBA Restrictions & Covenants:
    1. One (1) security company sign per property bearing the property street address number as required by Town Code for safety identification. Sign shall be flat and not exceed fourteen (14) inches in any dimension.
    2. Other signs may be displayed for forty-eight (48) hours within one (1) calendar week with a maximum of two (2) such displays each year.
    3. “Open House” signs may be displayed for two (2) hours each week-end for a maximum of six (6) months within one (1) calendar year.

FOR TRAILERS ON ANY LOT NOT PERMITTED BY RESTRICTIONS & COVENANTS PARAGRAPH 4, INCLUDING TRAILERS ABLE TO PROVIDE LIVING ACCOMODATIONS

  1. A violation is observed and reported to LHBA BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
  2. LHBA Board of Directors confirms presence on the lot of trailer defined above.
  3. LHBA Board of Directors advises the Property Owner via e-mail or certified mail of the existence of this violation and directs immediate removal of the trailer..
  4. If the trailer is not removed within three (3) business days after Step 3, LHBA Board of Directors sends a letter (Certified Mail) to the Property Owner advising that the Property Owner is still in violation of LHBA Restrictions & Covenants and directing immediate removal of trailer.
  5. If the trailer is not removed within five (5) business days after Step 4, LHBA Board of Directors sends a letter (Certified Mail with Return Receipt) to the Property Owner advising that if the trailer is not removed within ten (10) business days from the date this Step 5 letter is delivered, the following schedule of assessments will be imposed on the Property Owner:
    1. TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS ($25) PER CALENDAR DAY COMMENCING TEN (10) BUSINESS DAYS AFTER RETURN RECEIPT DELIVERY OF LETTER.
    2. If trailer is not removed within ten (10) calendar days after assessment begins the accrued assessment of FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($500.00) plus administrative costs, may be filed as a lien against the property. The lien shall not be removed until the assessment is paid. LHBA Board of Directors sends a letter (Certified Mail with Return Receipt) to the Property Owner advising that the assessment has commenced and a second such letter when the lien is filed.
    3. If violation continues additional liens and/or lawsuit may be imposed in accordance with Article IV Paragraph 6 of LHBA By-Laws.
  6. If a prohibited trailer is removed after delivery of Step 5 notification, and then replaced by any other prohibited trailer at any future time, the assessment of TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS ($25) PER DAY shall commence after three (3) calendar days waiting period and continue so long as the trailer remains on the lot.