the developer/builder, or that approved by the ARC, has no guarantee
that the subsequent growth of trees and shrubs will not affect views.
The ARC does not warrant, expressed or implied, written or orally, any
GOOD NEIGHBOR POLICY
such a situation exists, the ARC encourages homeowners to communicate
with one another in person to
seek resolution. The ARC also encourages homeowners to exercise a
good neighbor policy by keeping their trees laced and shrubs pruned to
allow their neighbors to see through the trees and over the shrubs.
Please, no topping!
contacting the ARC/Compliance Coordinator (ARCCC) for mediation,
affected homeowners must negotiate in good faith. In the unlikely event an
impasse exists between homeowners,
the ARCCC will attempt to resolve differences. If there is no
resolution, the ARCCC may suggest arbitration (see Arbitration
Except for the
replacement of existing trees or shrubs which may have died or been
damaged, any new plantings must have ARC approval as per article 8.1.3
of the CC&R's.
Landscaping Committee is responsible for existing plants and trees, as
well as future plantings on the common grounds. Trees on the common
grounds will be laced when
necessary and practical, and shrubs pruned by a
homeowners to see through the trees and over the shrubs. Homeowner
input on all matters relating to the common grounds is encouraged.