Agenda For Annual General Meeting Jan 6 2020 @7:30PM

Lewis and Clark HOA Fees Due as OF Jan 31st 2020

2020 Fees Due by Jan 31st 2020

2019 Fees If not already Paid are $85 late fees are $110 ($10 per month).

 Fees are Payable by check, Bankers Draft or Money Order – Cash is not accepted

Checks, Money Orders and Bankers drafts shall be made payable to:

Lewis and Clark Subdivision HOA


The Treasurer

Lewis and Clark Sub-Division H.O.A

P.O. Box 235

Sellersburg IN 47172


Bring it personally to the Home Owners Meeting top be held 6Th Jan 7-30 In the REMC meeting room.


Lewis and Clark 2019 HOA Fees and Annual Meeting

Dear Homeowner

Firstly there are three vacancies on the HOA Board for 2020. Volunteers are required. If interested please notify the board prior to Dec 23 in order to allow for ballot papers to be sent out if there is more than one volunteer for each position.

Attached is the agenda and ballot for board members for the Lewis and Clark subdivision Home Owners Association meeting to be held 6th January 2019 at 7-30pm. In order to be eligible to attend and or vote you must be the owner of the property shown as the address on the envelope you received it in. If you are not the owner, please forward to the owner for their attention.

The location of the meeting is The Community Room in REMC Building at 7810 State Road 60, Sellersburg, IN 47172

The HOA fees for 2019 are  $85 and must be remitted by January 31st.

The remittance must be mailed to

The Treasurer

Lewis and Clark Sub-division HOA

PO Box 235

Sellersburg IN 47172

Checks made payable to Lewis and Clark Subdivision HOA

HOA Board Lewis and Clark Subdivision

Agenda for Lewis and Clark Sub – Division 2019 Annual Meeting to be Held January 6th 2019 at 7-30 PM in the Community Room at REMC

  1. Reading Of Minutes
  2. Treasures report
    1. 2019 Income and Expenditure
    1. 2020 Budget
  3. Election of Board Managers (3 Vacancies) see attached Ballots.
  4. Any other business -items for this section of the agenda must be notified in writing (Email to at least 7 days before the meeting and will be accepted provided name and address are included)
    1. Owners responsibilities as clarified by legal (see attached). Restrictions and By Law enforcement
    1. Fines -see attached schedule
    1. Bylaws in force and restrictions and covenants are as approved by the HOA in 2014 when the builder had majority vote. It takes a majority of 75% of the owners to change these rules.
  5. HOA Fees of $85 per property for 2020 are due by January 31st 2019. A $10 per calendar month late fee will be charged for each calendar month overdue in accordance with the by Laws which can be found under downloads /original down loads at

Note the rules covered here are only those that the HOA is responsible for. There are other county and state rules you have to follow.

Owners Responsibilities as defined in The Restrictions, Protective Covenants and By-Laws.

Note 1: this document is not intended to be an exact replica of the restrictions and covenants or by-laws. If any of these issues impacts you please refer to the bylaws for exact wording or contact the HOA Board by emailing

Note 2: it is the HOA Member (Home Owners) responsibility to comply with these requirements and if necessary bring violations to the attention of the HOA.

  1. Pay the HOA fees (for 2020, $85)
  • As a group we (the home owners) are responsible for the maintenance of the Drainage Pond along with Fields of Perry Crossing (50/50 ownership)
  • No Carports are allowed.
  • No Trailer,  Truck, Motor Cycle, Commercial vehicle, Camper Vehicle, boat shall be parked on any lot any time unless housed in a garage or basement or parked at the rear of the building, out of sight of the street.
  • No automobile which is inoperable shall be parked or repeatedly parked or kept on any lot (except in the garage) or on any street for any period in excess of 6 hours.
  • No trailer, boat, truck or other vehicle shall be parked on any street in the development for a period in excess of 24 hours in any  one calendar year
  • No Automobile shall be parked on any street or public right of way for any period in excess of 6 hours. It is the intent of the developer that residents of the development park automobiles in in their driveways and/or garages.
  • No animals , including reptiles, livestock, or poultry of any kind shall be raised, bred, or kept on any lot. Dogs and  cats or other household pets may be kept provided they are not kept, bred, or maintained for any commercial or breeding purposes. All household pets , including dogs and cats shall be confined to the lot occupied by the owner.
  • The utility easements, shown on the plat shall be maintained, by the homeowner, and preserved in their original condition. No changes to  and no encroachment therein , and no change to the grade elevation shall be made by any person firm or corporation owning any legal or equitable interest in any lot in the subdivision without the expressed consent in writing of the utility service companies providing utilities services to the subdivision. Nothing shall encroach on the easement.
  1. Clothes Lines, Fences and walls.
  1. No outside clotheslines shall be erected on any lot
    1. No fence or wall of any nature may be extended toward the front of the street side property line beyond the front sidewall of the residence
    1. If any fence is constructed which covers the utility easement , such fence shall also have a minimum three foot access gate.
    1. No tennis court fence shall be erected on any lot in the development unless the fencing is coated with green vinyl.
    1. Privacy Fences are required for in-ground swimming pools that meet County Ordinance and /or state administrative code and/or statute
  1. Lot Maintenance – It is the duty of each home owner to keep the grass cut , the lot free from weeds and trash , and to keep it otherwise neat and attractive in appearance. In the event any homeowner should fail to do so then the developer, or any person, firm, corporation or association (HOA) may take such action as it deems appropriate  including mowing, in order to make the lot neat and attractive and the owner shall, immediately on demand , reimburse the developer or other performing party (HOA) for all expenses incurred in doing so.
  1. Business – No trade or business of any kind (no practice of medicine , dentistry, chiropractic, osteopathy and like endeavors) shall be conducted on any lot, nor shall anything be done there on which may become an annoyance or nuisance to the neighborhood.
  1.  No sign for advertising or for any other purpose shall be displayed on any lot or building or a structure on any lot , except one sign advertising for sale or rent thereof which shall not be greater in area than 9 square feet.
  1.  No lot shall be used as a dumping ground for rubbish, trash, or garbage.
  1. Drainage No Structure planting or other material shall be placed or permitted to remain which may damage or interfere with the installation and maintenance of utilities or which may change the direction of flow of drainage channels in the easements. Drainage must comply with the original design and kept free of obstruction.
  1. The by laws establish rules for the management of the association and permits fines to be levied for violations to the following schedule as of 2014. (attached)
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