RACC Guide Lines Satellites and Antennas

The Board Passes Architectural Planning Criteria Recommendations

The board passed the Architectural Planning Criteria presented by the Residential Architectural Control Committee. The committee had spent many hours reviewing the satellite and antennae, game and play structure, and fence and wall regulations before making their recommendations. A copy of the new criteria is included below.


ARCHITECTURAL PLANNING CRITERIA
FOR SATELLITE DISHES AND ANTENNAS


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Satellite dishes and antennas will be located to the rear of the lot or unit or on the inside portion of corner lots within the set back lines and mounted at the most inconspicuous position as to blend with the architecture, roof and soffit lines. Satellite dishes and antennas will not be mounted to the front portion of the unit and viewable from the street. If reception of an acceptable quality signal is not available under the above guidelines, RACC will assist the owner in finding a suitable location.

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