A.2 Violations of a Serious Nature

1. Purpose
1.1. This Rule A.2 identifies violations of a serious nature and establishes penalties for such actions.
2. Definition
2.1. Actions that constitute potential threats to the health or welfare of human beings, to their property, or to the wildlife and native vegetation within Big Canoe. Examples of such action include but are not limited to:
2.1.a. Discharging a firearm or any other lethal weapon;
2.1.b. Hunting, trapping, wounding, or killing wildlife;
2.1.c. Any feeding, intentional or unintentional, of any wildlife, including out of season bird feeding;
2.1.d. Setting open outdoor fires or allowing such fires to be set. Propane fueled outdoor fire accessories are permitted;
2.1.e. All fireworks, including handheld sparklers, are prohibited;
2.1.f. Improper disposal of, or failure to control hot coals, embers, etc. such that accidental fires occur or are likely to occur;
2.1.g. Improper use of poisons or herbicides; and
2.1.h. Conduct that is belligerent, hostile, harassing, threatening, or combative in nature. This includes aggressive animals.
2.1.i. Exposing oneself or urinating on Common Properties.
2.1.j. Tampering with community access control equipment.
3. Sanctions
3.1. The Board, at the recommendation of the General Manager, may declare a given violation to be of a serious nature, and may assess a fine of up to $5,000 for any one offense, or a fine of up to $5,000 and up to $500 per day for a continuing offense.
4. Enforcement
4.1. Violations of this Rule A.2 will subject the appropriate Property Owner to sanctions in accordance with Rule A.1, “General Enforcement Procedures”.

4.2. In addition to fines and other sanctions, the appropriate Property Owner will be responsible for the costs of repair for damage to POA or private property.

4.3. Guests who engage in misconduct as defined in these rules may be subject to a loss of rights to enter Big Canoe.
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