Announcement from Legum & Norman
Stakes on Property
We have received several questions regarding the stakes being placed on certain properties. The board of directors hired an engineering firm to conduct surveys and provide reports as it relates to the north/south drainage system and the stormwater management infiltration basin. Currently the firm is conducting the survey as part of the contract. If you do see a stake on your property please do not remove it as it is an important part of this work.
Legum & Norman
Architectural Committee - Update
The ARC has currently received 8 applicants and bios for our committee. All names have been being placed on our prospect list, each bio has been reviewed and applicants will be contacted directly. Thanks for your interest in joining our group.
Architectural Transition Update
The transition from Wilgus to Legum & Norman is complete and a new process will begin starting Monday May 24th whereby all NEW Architectural Applications should be mailed to Legum & Norman, using the new Architectural Application Form with complete corresponding documentation and a check for $30 which covers the clerical process of recording the application, verifying the application and documentation are all complete, processing the check, sending a digitized application to the ARC for review and approval, and when approved sending an Approval letter to the property owner.
As of May 22nd the ARC will stop receiving applications directly as was done during transition. Those received by May 21st will be included on the ARC's agenda for May 25th. Afterwards the application will be rejected.
The ARC has implemented New applications vs. Maintenance applications which is on the new form. Those applications deemed maintenance will not be charged the $30 processing fee. They should be emailed in PDF format to SWCARC@Stonewatercreekpoa.org directly for review and handling. Qualifications for the maintenance category include general maintenance of homes and driveways, sidewalk repairs, wells, irrigation systems, plant and tree replacements, handicap ramps and railings, and solar panels. Some of those listed do not need Architectural approvals but the ARC needs the paperwork for our records and support for future inquiries. Questions, please contact SWCARC@Stonewatercreekpoa.org for instructions.
Alan D. Lowe