Property Owner and Contractors Responsibilities
The Bayshore Beach Club Covenants and Restrictions are clear in that any changes to the plans or construction from the plans submitted for approval can and will void the approval given. It is the property owners responsibility to submit changes to the Planning Committee and obtain written approval prior to construction beginning. The fact that the Lincoln County Building Department issues a building permit does not excuse the property owner from obtaining written approval of any and all changes from the Bayshore Planning Committee
The following is a list, but not limited to, items that if changed, the plans must be modified and resubmitted prior to beginning construction.
Building located differently on the property, changes in setbacks, etc.
Change in height of building, including changes in roof pitch.
Addition of dormers, decks, fences, or any other architectural features.
Addition of a propane tank and its enclosure.
Changes in texture or color to exterior, including siding, roofing, etc.
If during construction a change must be made to a feature of the outside of the building, as listed above, these changes must be approved by the Planning Committee prior to work being done.
The following sections of the current C & Rs should be reviewed by the property owner and the property owner is to provide a complete copy of the C & Rs and Guidelines to the contractor to insure they are aware of their responsibilities while working in Bayshore.
Covenants and Restrictions that apply: Article II, Sections 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 14, 15 and 17
We make these comments in the interest of all property owners in Bayshore Beach Club to prevent a few owners from submitting plans for a project and then making changes to the plans that may or may not meet the Covenants and Restrictions of Bayshore Beach Club which we all accepted when we purchased property here.
If this procedure and the C & Rs are not followed, the property owner and/or contractor may have a financial responsibility to Bayshore Beach Club as well as bearing additional costs of rebuilding to meet requirements.
Bayshore Planning Committee
Bayshore Beach Club Board of Directors