KCCA VOLUNTEER INFOMATION MEETING
To Discuss Recent Mailout About
Elections & Committees
TUESDAY 11/17/20 @ 7:00PM
MS TEAMS LINK
Please be advised
that boating seasons starts May 1st thru October 31st. During “Boating Season” boats on side yards
or side driveways, shall be presumed to be “in transit” from, or to, backyard storage, and from,
or to, recreational use, and will not be deemed to be in violation.
However, Boats parked or stored in driveways (except on sides of houses), in front yards, on common areas, or on streets,
at any time of the year, constitute a violation, subject to fines & other enforcement measures, pursuant
to Ref. # 2.12 of the KCCA Violations Fine Table, and if that violation condition is not corrected by deadline
of an issued Correction Notice, constitutes an additional violation, subject to additional fines & enforcement
measures, pursuant to Ref. #2.13 of that same Fine Table.
Want to still be a part
of the KC Clean-Up Committee for our waterfront area? Our gate
is now up and complete. We are still recruiting workers to help
in our continual cleanup efforts. Interested individuals
can inquire here
When your normal
trash & recyclables collection days fall on a holiday, your
trash will be picked up on the following day & the rest of the
week will follow a “day behind” schedule. For instance, if a
holiday falls on a Monday, pick up will occur on Tuesday, etc.
For questions regarding your trash service, please call the
Elkton Department of Public Works at 410-392-6636.
KCCA FINES AND RULES SUMMARY:
All of our Rules
have been restated in an easy-to-reference and plain-language
Summary Document, that will be distributed to every Member in
Kensington Courts. With this improved public understanding,
it is expected that it will be much easier for everyone to ensure
their own compliance in relatively short order.
It will also help to ensure a maximized fairness and consistency
in how the Covenants Compliance Committee addresses issues when
they arise. The Covenants Committee will be enforcing fines
for property violations according to our new fine table.
Under Maryland law before these “Rules” can be fully
enforced (not talking about Covenants, but the ‘Implementing
Rules’), they have to be filed within the HOA Depository,
which is maintained by the Clerks Office within the Circuit
Court of each county. Our rules are now on file within that
Depository and so are now fully enforceable in court (as written).
VIOLATIONS FINE TABLE