POLICIES 100-149

Policy & Procedures 112

112 Stewardship of POA Owned Property

I. POLICY
The Board of Directors will ensure the POA is acting with intention to be responsible stewards of all land and facilities owned by the Big Canoe POA, including, but not limited to greenspace/common space, 
recreational /amenity, commercial, and investment parcels.

II. RESPONSIBILITIES
POA Board

III. SCOPE
This policy covers all real property and facilities owned by the Big Canoe POA.

IV. DEFINITIONS
Common Property: Those parcels of real property, owned by the Big Canoe POA, whose property deeds describe the parcel(s) with the words “Common Property”. Association-Owned Property: Those parcels of real property, owned by the Big Canoe POA, whose property deeds do not describe the parcel(s) with the words “Common Property”. Conservation Easements: A form of Deed Restriction that places restrictions on use of
property. The Conservation Easement is held by a third party who provides oversite and can enforce the restriction.

Non-Exclusive Easements / License to Use: The POA has issued a few non-exclusive licenses to utilize POA property to owners who have installed steps adjacent to Lake Petit. These are memorialized with agreement documents, are revocable at any time for any reason and are not transferable to new owners of the private property.

Deed Restrictions: Restrictions placed in a specific property deed that provides restrictions or
requirements affecting current and/or future permissible uses of that property.

V. RELATED POLICIES OR DOCUMENTS
General Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions of the Big Canoe Property Owners Association, as amended
Bylaws of the Big Canoe POA, as amended
Long Range Master Plan for POA Owned Real Property, as updated
POA Restricted Parcel Map (to be developed) highlighting POA parcels containing conservation
or deed restricted use provisions.
Policy 001 Preserve and Protect the Natural Beauty of Big Canoe
Policy 107 POA Lots, Procedures 107.1 & 107.2 Transfer / Disposal of POA Owned Property (this is focused on residential Lots)
Policy 108 Rental of POA Property
Procedure 112.1 Long Range Master Plan for POA-Owned Land and Facilities
I. PROCEDURE
• The POA owns several hundred acres of real property.
• Parcels protected under permanent Conservation Easements will be protected in accordance with those easements.
• Parcels with restrictive conditions contained in their individual parcel deeds will be treated
in accordance with those individual restrictions. Any change in use will follow the requirements prescribed by the deeds.
• All restricted parcels are highlighted on the Big Canoe Restricted Parcel Map, attached to
this Procedure.
• The POA Board and/or Staff will consult the Long Range Master Plan document, this Policy, the accompanying Restricted Parcel Map, and individual parcel deeds as required, prior to initiating any change in use or disposition of any parcel(s) of real property owned by the Big Canoe POA.

II. RESPONSIBILITIES
POA Board and General Manager

III. SCOPE
This procedure covers all real property and facilities owned by the Big Canoe POA

IV. DEFINITIONS

V. RELATED POLICIES AND DOCUMENTS
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