The ACC works with the landowner and contractors prior to construction or
exterior remodeling to insure that the buildings conform to the Retreat
covenants and the ACC policy.
The ACC members George & Thelma Richard, Jean Richards, Jan Ricker, and Dennis Bicknell welcome your comments and questions.
Two forms are used by the ACC:
These were modified recently to make them more straight forward to use by
both the members and the committee.
There is a road damage deposit of $1,000. Any damage done to the roads that must be repaired by the RLA will be deducted from that fee.
BUILDOUT in this context is understood to mean a cabin on every available lot. Will this event come to the Retreat? A review of the situation in mid-March 2011 shows the following:
|Filing 1||96 lots||71 cabins||11 multi-lots||11 open|
|Filing 2||61 lots||37 cabins||9 multi-lots||11 open|
|Filing 3||45 lots||27 cabins||9 multi-lots||12 open|
|Filing 4||36 lots||21 cabins||6 multi-lots||9 open|
|Filing 5||23 lots||10 cabins||4 multi-lots||7 open|
|Totals||261 lots||166 cabins||39 multi-lots||50 open|
|Bulwark||6 lots||1 cabin||and one under construction|
What do these numbers represent? There are 161 cabins on some of the 261 lots in the First through Fifth filings. What is a multi-lot? Some members have more than one lot; yes they could build on the second or third lot, but probably not in the near future. So, for the present, those lots are subtracted from the 261 total. This leaves about 48 lots upon which a cabin could be built. Will this happen? Only the members themselves know, but there are an increasing number of cabins being built on the more rugged lots. For those who may add and subtract, not all these numbers add up due to some internal replatting, members having multiple lots in different filings, and interpretation of records. In these days of accelerated growth, it may be of some comfort to know there is an end.