Two Rivers Covenants updates
Our covenants are in need of some updates. It's been discussed a bit in the open meetings, and here are some of the issues as framed by residents. I've taken the liberty of structuring them a little bit.
Past conversations with residents indicate a desire to NOT change it to an HOA setup, and to keep the covenants simple and directed solely toward maintaining the homeowner value. Some of the sections of the covenants that could stand a little updating include:
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7/23/2020 06:25:20 pm
We are looking to purchase in the subdivision. Wonder if a fence can be put up, likely Century link, in the back along conservancy for a dog.
Ed Melchior, Two Rivers ACB
7/24/2020 05:22:24 am
The covenants specifically prohibit fences except for decorative fences. We've interpreted that as allowing, for example, corner decorative segments that do not enclose anything, and are not longer than 8 feet on an edge. We've never had anyone request split-rail all the way around a property, but we'd think about it. Decorative fencing still requires a change request form, but in my 17 years on the ACB, we've not turned down any. Many residents put in invisible fencing for dogs.
12/13/2021 08:44:48 am
PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL AT 262-938-4239. THIS IS IN REGARDS TO 1222 WEGNER DR. WE ARE WORKING WITH THE SELLERS ON THE SALE OF THIS PROPERTY AND HAVE A QUESTION REGARDING HOA. WE ALSO SENT THE HOA VERIFICATION TO THE EMAIL YOU HAVE LISTED BUT HAVE NOT HAD A RESPONSE. THIS IS SET TO CLOSE ON WEDNESDAY.
12/17/2021 01:20:00 pm
Thanks for your comment. It got lost in an overly-crowded inbox.
4/11/2022 10:49:51 am
Is there any update on yard light. What kind of replacement would I get if I’m having a problem with it?
4/11/2022 12:05:54 pm
The ballast is the most common issue, and the ballasts that were installed in our lampposts are no longer made. No one has found a replacement that fits well. It’s a pretty simple procedure to bypass the ballast, which doesn’t even have to be removed. I bypassed mine to install a CFL bulb, although simply putting it on top of the existing structure made it a little tall. Pretty much any electrician can do the bypass. We recommend a CFL bulb, a 300-watt equivalent. LED bulbs can also be used, but they are more expensive, and are often perceived as harsh in color. It’s best to find one rated for outside as well.
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