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MAILBOX POSTS/LIGHTS:  Mailbox posts and lights at the homeowners’s curbside will be properly maintained at all times.  (Lights functioning, painted Behr’s Cordovan Brown or a shade brown extremely close to this color, the base of the mailbox should be positioned 38 to 42 inches from the ground, posts in good repair, and the design of posts similar to the Brookshire standard. ( Plastic globes the proper size are available for purchase at the clubhouse.)

HOLIDAY DECORATIONS:  Residents and tenants who have put holiday decorations in their yards or on the exterior of their homes are asked to remove such decorations on or before January 20th.

WATER RETENTION AREAS: There shall be a ten foot (10) walkway or easement surrounding or bordering all water retention areas for maintenance of the retention areas by the Association. Such maintenance shall include removal of aquatic weeds and debris. Swimming or bathing in water retention areas shall be prohibited. Docks or other structures may not be erected in water retention areas without the prior written consent of the Board of Directors. Also other uses of water retention areas shall be subject to the prior written approval of the Board of Directors, and such rules and regulations as the Board of Directors may adopt from time to time.

VEHICLES: No vehicle shall be parked within the Brookshire subdivision except on a paved parking surface, driveway or within a garage.  No vehicle of any kind shall be parked on Brookshire streets overnight between 2:00a.m. to 6:00a.m.    Lee County Ordinance 316.194 (1) expressly prohibits overnight parking on County streets.

No vehicle with signage or exposed equipment may be parked at any lot or unit, or on the common grounds, within the Brookshire subdivision unless:


The vehicle is parked inside a garage.


The signage is covered by magnetic strips that match or closely match the color of the vehicle.


The vehicle is parked in such a way that the signage is not visible from the street or from the neighbor’s units.


The exposed equipment is removed and placed inside the unit’s house or garage.


A manufactured cover designed for the vehicle is used to cover the entire vehicle including exposed equipment.  Generic tarps and so forth are not acceptable.

The only exclusions to this regulation will be vehicles with a factory installed vehicle identification as part of the vehicle’s paint job, and any law enforcement or emergency vehicle.

Boats, boat trailers, campers, travel trailers, mobile homes, recreational vehicles, and the like, any vehicles not in operable condition and validly licensed, shall only be permitted to be kept within the Brookshire subdivision if such are kept inside a garage and concealed from public view. For the purpose of the foregoing sentence, the term "kept" shall mean present for either a period of six (6) hours or overnight whichever is less.  With regard to campers, RVs, mobile homes, and travel trailers, homeowners or tenants who own or rent such a vehicle may park this vehicle in their driveway for up to 24 hours prior to and after a trip.


No exterior change or modification shall be made to any residential dwelling on a Lot or Unit, nor shall any fences, walls, structures or improvements be added to a Lot or Unit until the plans and specifications showing the nature, kind, shape, height, materials and color to be used on the exterior, and location of the same, shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Board of Directors of the Association, or by an architectural committee appointed by the Board. In the event the Board, or its designated committee, fails to approve or disapprove such design and location within sixty (60) days after such plans and specifications have been submitted to it, approval will not be required and this Article will be deemed to have been fully complied with. No approval shall be given by the Board of Directors or its designated committee pursuant to the provisions of this Article unless it determines, in its sole discretion, that such approval shall (1) assure harmony of external design, materials and location in relation to surrounding buildings and topography within the Brookshire subdivision, (2) protect and conserve the value and desirability of the Brookshire subdivision as a residential community, (3) be consistent with the provisions of this Declaration, and (4) conform to or enhance, in the sole opinion of the Board or its designated committee, the aesthetic appearance of the Brookshire subdivision. Neither the Association, the Board nor any member of the Board or its designated committee, shall have any liability to anyone by reason of any acts or action taken in good faith pursuant to this Article.


The Association, or any Owner, shall have the right to enforce, by any proceeding at law or in equity, all restrictions, conditions, covenants, reservations, liens and charges now or hereafter imposed by the provisions of the Declaration. Failure by the Association

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