Utility Building

PROCEDURES FOR REQUESTING PERMISSION TO ERECT
A UTILITY BUILDING UNDER SECTION 2, ARTICLE II, OF THE
DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS
OF THE HIGHLANDS 460.

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Section 2: Control: No Building, fence, wall, or other structure shall be erected or alterations made on any building until the construction plans and specifications regarding quality of workmanship, type of materials, and harmony of external design shall have been approved by the Committee. Also a site plan shall be submitted to the Committee, for their approval showing the location of said proposed structure with respect to topography, finish grade elevation and any existing structures on or adjacent to said building site.

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Residents of the Highlands 460 subdivision who are requesting approval to erect a utility, tool, storage, etc., building on their property are asked to comply with the following procedures:

1. The building must be constructed of materials that matches the existing residence i.e. — similar design to existing residence, same type and color of siding, same roofing material, etc. The building must comply with existing building code  requirements.

2. The building should be placed in a location that is not highly visible from surrounding lots or neighbors. The preferred location is against the existing house on the back side. A building on the side of the house and in back yards can present special problems and should be avoided if possible. The basic idea for the building is to blend with the existing residence and the surrounding neighborhood.

3. The proposal for the building should include a description as to size, materials to be used, color, etc. If using a prebuilt structure, a picture should be included with the request.

4. Please submit a drawing indicating the proposed location of the building in relation to existing structures on the property, trees, and location of neighboring structures. The drawing does not need to be to scale.

ADOPTED BY HIGHLANDS 460 CIVIC ASSOCIATION ON FEBRUARY 1, 1995