Roads - designation and maintenance
The Board of Directors of the Lummi Island Scenic Estates Community Club, Inc. will post community roads at their intersection with County Roads: "Community Road". All members of Lummi Island Scenic Estates Community Club, Inc. and their guests are guaranteed the right to use all roads within the Estates. The posting is to minimize liability to the public and to provide for prosecution of unauthorized persons trespassing.
Effective 6 March 1971, revised 8 October 1988, 11 June 2000.
Approved by the Board of Directors in regular session 6 March 1971, Wallace W. Croy, President.
Community and county roads - roadside maintenance
The Board of Directors will not permit a brush cutter to be brought in to maintain the Community roads. It cannot stop the County from cutting along County roads. If you do not want the County to cut along your road frontage you must maintain it in such a way as to preclude the County brush cutter from cutting in front of your property.
The Board of Directors will notify each lot owner in advance of any pending work to be done on the community road areas before undertaking the same. Maintenance that is required in front of each lot will be billed to the owner of that lot. This includes brush cutting and road surface repairs unless damage is caused by the Club. Each lot owner can minimize the costs of these maintenance items by keeping the roadway in front of his lot well maintained.
The Board of Directors requires each lot owner to maintain the road in front of his lot as follows:
Keep area between outside edge of ditches or the tops of the road-fill on embankments clear of trees and brush. Trees growing on slopes beyond the ditch or top of road-fills should be trimmed back to keep limbs from protruding into the roadway area. Cleared area is to be at least five (5) feet from the edge of the paved surface of the roadway. The paved surface of the roadway is not necessarily in the middle of the right of way.
Effective 22 August 1977, revised 13 March 1988, 11 June 2000
Approved by the Board of Directors in regular session 22 August 1977, Wallace W. Croy, President.