Architectural Control and Planning Committee
Virginia City Highlands Property Owner’s Association
P.O. Box 686, Virginia City, NV 89440
Minutes – Monthly Meeting, September 5, 2006
Fire Station Training Room
1. Call the meeting to order.
Chairman Bill Lewis called the meeting to order at 7:30 pm. Members in attendance were Chairman Lewis, Robert Moore, Walter Fox, and Rita Lumos.
2. Approve August 1, 2006 Minutes.
A motion by Moore, seconded by Lewis to approve the minutes of the August 1, 2006, meeting was approved unanimously.
1. Revised Architectural Guidelines
Rita Lumos provided copies of the newly recorded revised Architectural Guidelines to each committee member. The revised guidelines have also been provided to the webmaster to be posted on the web site.
2. Review plans in order of sign-in.
A. Geraldine Olson, 21975 Panhandle, Lots 58, 59, and 60, Block N, applied to install a manufactured metal car port on her property. The carport is approximately 200 sq. ft. and will be taupe in color. The application was approved. No fee was required.
B. Donald D’ Agostino, 2010 Empire, Lot 123, Block M, applied to build a new residence. The house will be 2870 sq. ft., with a 560 sq. ft. attached garage. The siding will be tan hardy board and the roof will be green. Mr. D’Agostino did not have the appropriate number of sets of plans with him. His application was tentatively approved pending submittal of additional plans and payment of the $500 fee.
C. John and Jaqueline Morris, represented by Steve Kreck of Reno Sunrooms, applied to build a sun room addition to their home at 21311 Grande Road, Lots 62A and 63A, Block U. The addition will be of aluminum construction, sandstone in color with cedar siding trim. The application was approved. The fee for the addition paid is $75, check no. 8618.
D. Patricia and Charles Mark are planning to build a log home. Upon questioning it was determined that their lot is in the Highland Ranches. They were informed where to find information about the requirements for building in that subdivision.
3. Possible violations of the CC&R’s.
It was noted that a person who had been notified of a possible violation in the construction of a block retaining wall did not appear to gain approval for his project. The board will be asked to take action.
Chairman Lewis provided information about an apparently unlicensed vehicle which has been parked partially the road easement on Adobe for some time. The information will be forwarded to the board for their review.
4. Other business members with to discuss.
No committee members had any other business to discuss.
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:15 pm.
Rita M. Lumos, Member