Sharing with the community our documentation of parking of prohibited vehicles within the Cluster. This document will be voted on at the May 5th Board Meeting.
Prohibited Vehicles. The following vehicles are expressly prohibited from being parked overnight on the property of the Cluster:
A. Vehicles in storage or not in regular use, as evidenced by their not having valid state registration plates, and/or where applicable, current state inspection;
B. Vehicles which are junk vehicles, a “junk vehicle” being defined as any motor vehicle, trailer or semi-trailer that cannot be operated in its existing condition because the parts necessary for operation such as, but not limited to, tires, windshield, engine, drive train, driver’s seat, steering wheel or column, gas or brake pedals are removed, destroyed, damaged or deteriorated;
C. Commercial vehicles, including any vehicle with a carrying capacity of three quarters of a ton or more, and including any vehicle regardless of capacity which displays advertising or a company name, which is licensed as a “for hire” vehicle, or which carries dealer registration plates;
D. Recreational vehicles, campers, trailers, boats, and mobile homes;
E. Vehicles with a Gross Vehicle Weight in excess of 6,600 pounds;
F. Abandoned vehicles or vehicles unlawfully or improperly parked on property of the Cluster; an abandoned vehicle being defined as a vehicle that does not bear a current state license plate and/or a valid state inspection certificate that has been in a specified location for 4 days without being removed
Enforcement: The board of directors may, after written notice to the owner, cause any vehicle parked in violation of this article to be towed at the owner’s risk and expense Except in the case of abandoned vehicles, towing shall not take place until 24 hours after the delivery of the notice to the owner, in person or by certified mail; or 72 hours after the posting of a notice on the vehicle, if a good-faith effort has failed to identify the owner . Certified mail shall be deemed to have been delivered at 5 PM on the date that a return receipt was signed. If certified mail is returned unclaimed, adequate notice shall be deemed to have been given, and the vehicle may be towed immediately.
A suspected abandoned vehicle shall have a notice placed on it stating that it is being investigated as a possible abandoned vehicle; once the four day period of non-movement included in the definition of abandonment has expired, it may be towed without further notice.
Due to the current COVID-19 guidelines and bans on gatherings, the Board will hold the April 14 meeting virtually. Please find the meeting information, invitation to join, and the agenda below.
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