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Effective November 1, 2014 the Board of Directors has awarded Landmark Security Company the security contract for the neighborhood. Landmark will be patrolling our community to insure the safety of all residents and property. Landmark will also be enforcing our existing parking policy, as well as, enforcing traffic controls throughout the community; stop signs, one ways streets, and speed limits. Landmark personnel is here for our benefit so please treat them with the same courtesy and respect that you would expect to receive from them.
It is important to follow the PSS Parking Policy Resolution adopted by the Board of Directors effective February 23, 2012 (attached).
Landmarks'contact information is:
704.527.7756 or 704.858.2966
John Collins, Chief Operating Officer
The Board is sympathetic with necessary neighborhood road work currently underway for the next 2 weeks.
Please make sure that your car is not parked on the street on the right side of the community (as you enter the neighborhood) during the roadwork construction timeframe. You may use any available street spaces in the Clubhouse parking lot or on the left side of the community (provided you do not block oncoming traffic or emergency vehicles until your area has been completed. Landmark Security Company is also aware of the resident inconvenience, and will be lenient with parking restrictions until all road work is complete, however other road violations will be strictly enforced. Please review the attached PSS Parking Policy Resolution for details on adhering to the neighborhood roadways.
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PARK SOUTH STATION HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
Resolution of the Board of Directors
Enacted: February 20, 2012 Effective: February 23,2012
WHEREAS, the Board of Directors of the PARK SOUTH STATION HOMEOWNERS
ASSOCIATION, INC. is empowered to exercise all of the powers, duties and authority vested in
or delegated to this Association by provisions of the Bylaws, Articles of Incorporation, and the
Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions.
WHEREAS, Article 6.15 of the Park South Station Master Covenants, Conditions, and
Restrictions states The Board shall have full power to enact reasonable rules and regulations
regarding on-street parking, including assigning spaces and/or requiring permits or stickers, with
the power to fine or suspend services to violators as set forth in Sections 4.3(b) thereof The
Board may promulgate fUrther reasonable rules not inconsistent with this Declaration regulating
the towing and removal of vehicles in violation of this Section.
WHEREAS, Article 6.15 of the Park South Station Master Covenants, Conditions, and
Restrictions states all motorized vehicles operated, parked, or otherwise present in the Property
shall properly and clearly display a valid license plate, a valid, unexpired state inspection decal
and a valid, unexpired registration sticker. Auto repair activities shall only occur inside a garage,
and in particular are prohibited in all Common Areas. (THIS RULE WILL NOT BE
ENFORCED BY THE PARKING PATROL)
WHEREAS, Article 6,16 of the Park South Station Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions
states no boat, boat trailer, other trailer, camper, recreational vehicle, utility vehicle or
commercial truck (defined as a truck or other commercial vehicle with signage or commercial
insignia thereon which is not of a type commonly used for general transportation by consumers
as opposed to for business, delivery, construction or similar purposes) shall be allowed to remain
on any lot or on any portion of the Common Properties or Limited Common Properties overnight
unless it is enclosed within a garage.
WHEREAS, Article VH Section 1(a) of the Bylaws states that the Board of Directors shall
have the power to adopt and publish rules and regulations governing the use of the
Common Areas including any improvements and amenities located thereon, and the
personal conduct of the Members and their guest thereon, and to establish penalties for the
infraction thereof, including fines, and to establish policies regarding the collection of the
overdue accounts and the enforcement of violations of the Declaration, these Bylaws of the
rules, regulations, and policies of the Association;
NOW THEREFORE, BE IF RESOLVED THAT the following policy has been adopted by
the Park South Station Board as the parking rules and regulations.
1. All vehicles must be parked within the lines provided with each marked space and cannot
obstruct any part of the curb or sidewalk.
2. The striped parking areas on the street and the clubhouse parking lot are available on a
first come first served basis for overflow parking (i.e., guest parking, third vehicle, etc.).
3. Parking is absolutely prohibited on any unpaved areas as well as any paved areas outside
of the striped spaces unless temporary parking signage is situated upon the
4. All vehicles parked in a Condo Parking Deck or Parking Lot must display a valid permit
that is visible at all times. It is the owner's responsibility to provide his/her Guests and/or
Tenants with a permit. If you have lost your permit tag or need a replacement, please
contact CAMS Management at (877) 672-2267.
5. All vehicles that are parked in a permit parking area only must display a valid permit in
the front windshield or rearview mirror that is visible at all times.
6. All residents must obey and follow the one way street design as indicated by the signage.
Any vehicle that is found parked against flow of traffic will be found in violation.
7. All vehicles are prohibited to intersect through the clubhouse parking lot in order to enter
or exit the community.
8. All vehicles are required to stop at all intersections and stop signs stationed throughout
9. All vehicles are to drive at a maximum of twelve (12) mph.
10. If you need to park your vehicle for a temporary purpose (i.e., unload groceries, moving,
etc.), you are able to park on the street outside of a marked space no longer than 15
minutes. Your flashers must remain on at all times while temporarily parked. If your
flashers are not on or you exceed the 15 minutes, your vehicle will be stickered, booted
and/or towed. Your vehicle can only block your driveway. You must NOT block flow
of traffic at any time or block another owner's access to his/her driveway.
11. No vehicle may be stored on any Common Property or Limited Common Property with
the Park South Station Community at any time. No vehicle may remain parked on any
Common Property or Limited Common Property for more than 72 hours. If you are
going to have a guest or need to leave your vehicle parked for more than 72 hours, please
contact Kathey Harter at CAMS Management to make arrangements. (THIS RULE
WILL NOT BE ENFORCED BY PARKING PATROL.)
12. There will be temporary parking provided where feasible on undeveloped streets over the
course of development at the Park South Station Board of Directors' discretion. These
areas will be indicated by the installation of temporary signage or an orange temporary
parking line. If for any reason you need to make special arrangements for parking, please
contact CAMS at (877) 672-2267 or Kathey Harter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
13. All commercial vehicles will be towed, booted, or stickered if found parked overnight
outside of the hours of 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on any Limited Common Property or
Common Property by an Assigned Agent or Board Member.
At any time that any vehicle is found in violation of the said rules and
regulations stated within this Resolution the vehicle will be either booted,
towed, or a sticker may be placed on the vehicle so not to obstruct driving and
visibility. All vehicles that are booted or towed will be at the owner's expense
by an assigned agent or appointed member of the Association. Every owner is
responsible for his/her guest and/or tenant and is required to provide these
rules and regulations to them without exception.
Violation of these Rules and Regulations are at your own risk. The
Association and its agents are not responsible for any damage resulting from
conduct that is in violation, including but not limited to, damage sustained
during booting and/or towing.
Please contact Cams Management after hours number at: 704.731.5560 to
have a boot removed from a vehicle. Should our booting service provider
change, the new provider's contact information can be found on the signage
located at the front of the community placed at each entrance gate.
BOOTING AND FINING PROCESS
A hearing will NOT be called prior to a vehicle being towed, booted, or
receiving a sticker effective February 23, 2012. In the event that your vehicle
is booted when you contact the Security/Parking Patrol, you will have a form
presented that must be completed in order to have the boot removed. The
form will provide two options for you to select from. Option 1 will be to
acknowledge that you are in violation, of these rules and regulations and pay
the $50 booting fee immediately before the boot is removed.
The other option will be to complete the form provided and select option 2 to
request a hearing to discuss your violation with the Board. If you select to
have a hearing held before the Board to dispute the violation and the Board
determines that you were in violation, the fee can be increased up to $100 per
the North Carolina Planned Community Act.
You are required to fill out the form provided by the Security/Parking patrol
completely prior to having the boot removed.