1. Board Approved Enforcement Policy in November 2015
As per our CCR's, the HOA Board can approve an Enforcement Procedure that will be used after all other means are tried to correct infringements to our rules. A procedure was approved at the November 2015 HOA Board Meeting. Note: the attached procedure was updated in June 2016 to conform to new PIMA County HOA regulations.
2. Parking on our streets
3. Change to the Articles of Incorporation on July 17,2015
At the February 6, 2015 Annual Meeting the membership approved a change to the GREEN VALLEY DESERT HILLS No. 3 INC - ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. This change has been registered with the Arizona Corporation Commission and was approved by them July 17, 2015. The changed article is being published in the Green Valley News on August 16, 19, and 23 of 2015 to complete the registration process.
ARTICLE XVII - QUORUM REQUIREMENTS AND PROXIES is changed to:
A quorum at Annual Meetings will be 10% or more of Green Valley Desert Hills No. 3, Inc. members in good standing being present at the beginning of the meeting, represented by proxy or by authorized absentee ballot. If that quorum is not met the Annual Meeting will be rescheduled within 30 days and the quorum for that meeting be 5% of the Desert Hills 3 members in good standing being present at the beginning of the meeting, represented by proxy or by authorized absentee ballot.
This notice is being distributed to members in parallel with the required publication of the change as a matter of information only.
4. A new palette of Exterior Colors was approved at the September 2014 Board Meeting
Please see the color charts in the feature box on the right; the Architect Review Committee have large views of these two charts and can provide advice.
Before starting this key project, the Architect Review Committee (ARC) canvassed other HOAs and found that typically they offered a palette of only 4-5 exterior colors whereas the DH3 list contained 15 different colors. Many of our old colors were similar and these were condensed to a palette of 5 (total choice is 8 due to variations) distinctly different colors in keeping with desert shades and tones plus complementary trim colors.
We hope you will find this process simple to use and that it will add value to our properties. We have tried to insure pleasant, consistent desert colors are used in our HOA. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact any board member or the Architect Review Committee.