Section 5.5.

Land management

Article 5.5.1.
Shooting, hunting and trapping

5.5.1.1.
It is unlawful to discharge firearms within the Estates or to shoot within one mile of any Whatcom County road. Reports should be made to the Sheriff - 911; and the LISE Operations Manager.

5.5.1.2.
No hunting, trapping or taking of wildlife in any form will be tolerated. Members are to call 911 (who will relay to the game warden) immediately of any violation and are to notify the Operations Staff on duty.

Article 5.5.2.
Members' responsibilities

5.5.2.1.
Members are obligated to know the boundaries of their property and to keep all improvements within the legal setbacks.

5.5.2.2.
Members are to keep watercourses through their property, as well as roadway ditches in front of their property, clear and open at all times.

5.5.2.3.
Members are at all times to keep all trees and brush cut back alongside and over the roadway bordering their property.

5.5.2.4.
Members are not to cut, uproot or take trees, shrubs and plants and/or to remove rock, dirt or any other soil material from any property—lots, easements or private roads—without the affected property owner's written permission.

5.5.2.5.
Members are not to dump or discard trees, shrubs, plants, rocks, soil, garbage, trash or any other unwanted material onto any property without the affected property owner's written permission.

5.5.2.6.
No one who has not obtained permission from the Club’s Board of Directors shall be permitted to enter onto any Club property or private roadway to do any work; any resulting damage shall be charged back to the Member.

5.5.2.7.
No one who has not obtained permission from the Club’s Board of Directors shall be permitted to enter onto any Club property or private roadway to do any work; any resulting damage shall be charged back to the Member.

5.5.2.8.
No ditch may be blocked for any reason at any time. A revocable encroachment permit is required by Whatcom County for all tiles and culverts laid in county ditches.

5.5.2.9.
Deleted.

5.5.2.10.
Flagrant or repeated violations of the Rules and Regulations set out in Part 5 of these Rules and Regulations will result in the offending owner(s) being fined and remedial steps taken by the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors also may charge for damages to Club or private property and the costs of repair or replacement required to restore said property. Fines and charges will be levied in accordance with Section 4.2.1.5. and 4.5.1.4. of the Bylaws.

5.5.2.11.
Members and their guests use Club facilities entirely at their own risk.  The Club, its Board of Directors and its employees assume no responsibility for members or their guests’ usage of Club facilities or for property brought thereon.