NOTICE – Amendments to Protective Restrictions, Covenants, Limitations and Easements
Please take notice that the Knollwood Homeowner’s Association Board has proposed to make amendment to the protective restrictions, covenants, limitation and easement as passed on 1st of May, 1997. A copy of the proposed amendments is available at knollwoodhoa.com/covenants or by written request from any member of the association. A summary of the proposed changes can be seen at the bottom of this post.
Note: clicking on the existing and proposed covenants will bring up new windows for you to compare covenants.
The proposed amendments shall affect your rights, obligations and uses of each member’s property. Full language of each right, obligation or use is contained in the proposed amendments. The amendments shall cause changes in the assessment of fines for violations, installation and maintenance of fencing, driveway construction, signage, livestock and poultry, garbage and refuse disposal, recreational and commercial vehicles, fires, maintenance of lots, and compliance with the covenants.
The Board has voted to pass the amendments. Two meetings will be set for the purpose of members voting to amend the covenants.
Meeting 1 shall take place on the 7th day of January, 2014. The meeting shall be held at the Knollwood Country Club. The meeting shall begin at 7:00pm.
Meeting 2 shall take place on the 14th day January, 2014. The meeting shall be held at the Knollwood Country Club. The meeting shall begin at 7:00pm.’
Pursuant to the covenant and applicable Indiana code, the amendments shall pass by two-thirds (67%) of the vote of the members/owners. Knollwood Homeowners Association has 353 members. The amendments shall pass or be rejected with 237 member votes after the second meeting.
VOTING: Each member/owner is given one vote per lot. Voting may be conducted in person, or by delivering the ballot by proxy.
In person voting will require the member to attend Meeting 2 which will be the meeting in which the final vote is tallied.
Ballot voting will require the member to submit to the Board the ballot included with the notice to the Board on or before the beginning of Meeting 2.
Proxy voting will require the member to submit the name of the proxy voting in his or her absence. Should a member fail to appear in person, by ballot, or by registered proxy, the member has named the secretary of the Board as his or her proxy.