Each of the four GNHOA filings has its own Architectural Control Committee (ACC)
responsible for enforcing Codes, Covenants, and Restrictions
in their area. Each committee is comprised of an ACC Chairman and a
varying number of volunteer members made up of homeowners living in that
filing. Each committee also assigns one of its members to represent the
ACC on the Board of Directors
While it is true that the ACC have the dubious task of reminding homeowners of covenant
mishaps, they also review and approve plans for home improvements (inside
and out), and they get to pick the Summer Yard and Holiday Light contest winners! It's a big responsibility to keep
our neighborhood in the condition that we all want to live in, and we all need
to do our part. Contact the ACC Chairman in your
filing if you want to participate. The ACC always need help!
Please remember to ALWAYS obtain written approval from your Architectural
Control Committee BEFORE you begin your home improvement project.
The ACC exists to help keep you from possibly making a costly mistake. It
is your responsibility to stay within the rules of your filing, and you will
need to fix any mistakes that end up on the wrong side of your codes,
covenants, and restrictions.