Rules and Regulations – Intent - Travelers Country Club on the

Rules and Regulations – Intent - Travelers Country Club on the

A Seasonal Residential Recreational Community 2015 Rules, Regulations, & Policies Updated by the Park Manager With input from all park members Charle...

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A Seasonal Residential Recreational Community

2015 Rules, Regulations, & Policies Updated by the Park Manager With input from all park members Charles McColgan And Reviewed for final approval by the Rules & Regulations Committee Judy Anderson, Dan Brown, Jan Mino, Duane Olson, Chuck Orvik, Rick Soderstrom Passed by the Board of Directors at the Board Meeting September 12, 20015 Board of Directors President: Diana Martell Vice President: James Beaudette Secretary: Lori Renelt Treasurer: Dennis Oberloh Rick Caouette Dave Chapman Faye Petron

Travelers Country Club on the Mississippi 11290 80th Ave., S.E, Clear Lake, Minnesota 55319 Phone: (320) 743-3133 • Fax: (320) 743-6201 Email: [email protected] www.travelerscconmiss.com

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TABLE OF CONTENTS INTENT ................................................................................................................................. 2 MEMBER RESPONSIBILITIES ............................................................................................... 2 PARK PRIVLEGES .................................................................................................................. 3 GUESTS ............................................................................................................................... 3 HARASSMENT ..................................................................................................................... 3 PARK SERVICES .................................................................................................................... 4 RECREATION and ENTERTAINMENT .................................................................................... 5 GOLF .................................................................................................................................... 5 POOL .................................................................................................................................... 7 VEHICLE OPERATION and PARKING ..................................................................................... 8 GOLF CARTS, MOPEDS, SCOOTERS ..................................................................................... 8 TEMPORARY LOT USAGE ..................................................................................................... 9 LOT DEVELOPMENT ...........................................................................................................10 A. LOT .....................................................................................................................10 B. GENERAL ............................................................................................................11 C. UNITS .................................................................................................................14 D. ROOF OVERS ......................................................................................................14 E. MINNESOTA ROOMS...........................................................................................15 F. PATIO MATES and SCREEN PORCHES .................................................................15 G. ROOF HEIGHT ....................................................................................................15 H. GAZEBOS.............................................................................................................16 I. DETACHED SCREEN ROOMS................................................................................16 J. DECKS ..................................................................................................................16 K. PERGOLAS ...........................................................................................................17 L. PATIOS ................................................................................................................17 M. SHEDS / STORAGE BINS ....................................................................................17 N. FENCES / DECORATIVE SCREENS .......................................................................17 O. DRIVEWAYS / SIDEWALKS ..................................................................................18 P. SATELLITE DISH ...................................................................................................18 Q. UTILITIES ............................................................................................................18 NEW HOMES and RE-SALES ...............................................................................................19 PETS ..................................................................................................................................20 OPEN FIRES .......................................................................................................................20 TREE POLICY ......................................................................................................................21 REFUSE/RECYCLABLES .......................................................................................................21 WRITTEN COMPLAINT RULE ..............................................................................................21 COMPLAINT RESOLUTION PROCEDURE ............................................................................21 PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS .............................................................................................24 SECURITY ...........................................................................................................................24 VARIANCE ..........................................................................................................................24 BOARD MEMBERS / COMMITTEE MEMBERS ....................................................................25 MEMBERSHIP FEES and ASSESMENTS...............................................................................25 MISCELLANEOUS ...............................................................................................................26 NOTES ................................................................................................................................26

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If you have a question, read the Rules, Regulations, and Bylaws. If you still have a question, read them again. If you still have a question, ask a member of the committee that deals with the subject of your question.

DO NOT RELY ON WHAT SOMEONE TELLS YOU. Intent The Rules and Regulations were established in order to accomplish two main objectives for Park residents and guests: o To provide an attractive, planned community in which you will be proud to live or have guests visit. o To provide pleasant surroundings which you will find enjoyable and friendly. With this in mind, it is the intent of these Rules and Regulations: o That common sense, common courtesy and reason shall prevail. o To ensure safe vehicle operation within the Park by residents and guests for the benefit of all vehicle operators, passengers, pedestrians and Unit owners (i.e. personal property). o To ensure a safe and enjoyable experience by residents and guests at the Park pool, golf course and other activities. o To present a Park that has order and uniformity among the structures within the community. No “sore thumbs” sticking out among a community of well kept Units. Should there be a disagreement or discrepancy with the meaning or interpretation of any Rule or Regulation, the Intent of the Rules and Regulations as stated above shall take precedence. The following Rules and Regulations are for Travelers Country Club on the Mississippi hereinafter referred to as TCCOM. 1. MEMBER RESPONSIBILITIES A. Members (shareholders) of TCCOM are responsible for all actions by themselves, their family members, relatives and any invited guests visiting them at the Park. This includes any inappropriate actions or violations by said persons of the TCCOM Bylaws, Rules and Regulations, Policies or Government rules and laws. If you have an uninvited “guest(s)” that exhibit unwelcome behavior you should report them to the office or Sherburne County sheriff. B. All structures on a member’s lot, the lot itself, and their outdoor storage lot must be kept clean and presentable on an ongoing basis throughout the Park season. Members are required to wash down their units, Minnesota rooms, screen facilities and sheds. In addition, the lot must be cleaned, picked up and mowed. Members are also responsible for the maintenance of the trees on their lot – especially pruning dead or broken limbs that may 2

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cause a safety or liability hazard. Check with Building and Grounds Committee on all individual cases before dead or broken limbs are cut. (See section 16.) C. All sites and storage lots must be cleaned each year within 30 days of the Park opening. Thereafter, the site and storage lot must be maintained in good condition throughout the season. D. Poorly maintained or unattended sites or structures – a lack of mowing, raking, cleaning, removal of debris, or tree trimming – will cause TCCOM to hire a vendor to bring the property up to standard at the owner’s expense. Notices will be posted about the 30 day clean-up, but no other letters will be sent out to the lot owners reminding them of this rule. 2. PARK PRIVLEGES A. Park privileges are obtained by becoming a member (shareholder) of TCCOM. Membership is gained by obtaining a stock certificate and lease of a site in TCCOM. (Refer to the TCCOM Bylaws.) B. A member’s Park privileges may be suspended for failure to pay dues, fines, fees, assessments or other charges, or for failure to abide by TCCOM’s Bylaws, Rules, Regulations and Polices as established by the Board or Government rules and laws. (Refer to the TCCOM Bylaws.) C. A member’s Park privileges may be terminated and the member’s lease canceled for cause. (Refer to the TCCOM Bylaws.) 3. GUESTS A. Effective January 1, 1999, in accordance with IRS audit of December 1998, the guidelines under which this Park is licensed, do not allow TCCOM or a shareholder to endorse or participate in the rental of shareholder sites. B. Sites occupied by someone other than the shareholder of record are considered as "guests" and must be recognized as such when utilizing the amenities of the Park. The shareholder with whom the guest(s) is associated must pay amenities fees, if any, such as golf privileges and other functions related to the Park. C. Golf tickets/books MUST be purchased at the Clubhouse or Caddy Shack by the shareholder associated with the guest(s). The shareholder is responsible for making guest(s) aware of TCCOM rules. The shareholder must pay any fees or fines incurred by the guest(s). Refer guests to summary of TCCOM Rules and Regulations for guests. 4. HARASSMENT A. No member, guest, employee or other person will be permitted to harass or unreasonably interfere with any member, guest or employee of TCCOM – including any member of the BOD. Unreasonable interference with the operations of the Park is also prohibited. Examples of conduct that is prohibited by this rule include the following: 1) Profanity, abusive or hostile language. 3

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2) Physical contact or threat of physical contact or harm. 3) Vandalism or destruction of property or threats of such action. 4) Any course of conduct directed at a specific person that causes substantial emotional or physical distress to said person. 5) Excessive and unjustified complaints or telephone calls being directed to members, BOD or employees of the Park. 6) Unsolicited telephone calls made to any member of the BOD or Park Manager outside of normal working hours, except in the case of an emergency. 7) Following, stalking or interfering with the free coming and going of any person, or for the purpose of annoying such person. 8) Contacting professionals employed by the Park (with respect to Park business) directly without written authorization from the BOD (i.e. Accountants, Engineers, Attorneys, etc). 9) Sexual harassment or intimidation. 10) Any other actions that unreasonably or unnecessarily interfere with the operations of the Park, or with the credibility of the Park or its employees with outside businesses, professionals, prospective members, or governmental or administrative agencies. 11) Assisting or encouraging other persons to take actions which constitute interference or harassment. B. Harassment or interference with the peaceful enjoyment of the Park by other members or their guests is also prohibited. C. Violations of this rule may be punishable by fine, suspension of privileges, termination of membership, as well as all other remedies available under the TCCOM Bylaws, Rules, Regulations, Policies and local, state and federal laws. 5. PARK SERVICES A. TCCOM is open from April 15 through October 15. Water turn on will be determined by weather. The TCCOM Board of Directors will determine the specific opening and closing dates at the September BOD meeting. The Board will attempt to notify at least one member from each Unit of any changes in the opening or closing dates by personal contact, phone, electronic text, email, or letter. (The Board will always take such action as is necessary to avoid damage due to weather.) B. Services available at TCCOM are: 1) Share (stock) transfer (check with office). 2) Name changes due to death (no charge). 3) Duplicate stock certificate. 4) Name changes. 5) Trust account assignment. 6) Golf guest permits and golf cart numbers. 7) Name tags. 8) Faxing documents. 9) Activity Building for personal use. 10) TCCOM trailer or dumpster for appliances and electronics. (See 17. A.) 11) Outside storage lots for trailers, motor homes and boats. 4

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12) Winter Storage for golf carts C. Prices for services for which there is a charge are posted on the Clubhouse bulletin board and at the Office. D. All lots (units) are supplied with water and 50 amp electrical services. Any problems with these services shall be reported to the TCCOM office. Any problems from the service – water or electrical – to the Unit or structures on the site are the responsibility of the member. 6. RECREATION AND ENTERTAINMENT A. Volleyball, Basketball, Shuffleboard, Tennis and Pickleball Courts (Located near Activity Building) 1) Court courtesy: If someone is waiting to use the court, court time is limited to one hour for tennis or pickleball and two hours for shuffleboard. 2) Only soft-soled shoes are to be worn on the courts. 3) Bikes, skateboards or inline skates are not allowed on courts. 4) Tennis courts are to be used for tennis, Pickleball, basketball and shuffleboard only. 5) Paved path along side tennis courts is for golf carts only. No cars. B. Smoking is not allowed in the court area, playground area or any TCCOM building. 7. GOLF (9-hole course) A. When a shareholder is using the golf course, a yearly sticker, which will be issued, must be visible on the member's nametag. Members, members' children and grandchildren under the age of 18 must wear a nametag with the yearly sticker on it to play golf, or they must have a Guest Golf Permit. B. A person’s name must be on the stock certificate to obtain a yearly sticker. There is a maximum of 2 yearly stickers per site. Privileges are not transferable. C. All golfers must have either an identification nametag or Guest Permit stub in their possession. These may be purchased by the shareholder (not guest) at the Clubhouse office or Caddy Shack. D. Pull carts must NOT be pulled over tee boxes or greens. E. Golf Carts must stay on designated cart paths. F. Physically handicapped golfers must provide up-to-date state handicap certificates. Approved flags obtained from the Clubhouse office will identify golf carts. G. Approved handicap carts may leave the cart path at a 90-degree turn (right angle) to the ball – for handicap golfers only. The handicap golfer may hit the ball and then return the golf cart to the cart path and continue play. (On 2 you may go to the nearest cart path.) If the ball is hit 20 yards or less, you may go to the rough, make a 90 degree turn to the ball, hit the ball and then return to the cart path. You must stay off the fairway and on the cart path 5

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as much as possible. Never take your cart closer than 30 feet from the green or the T-box. Anytime you make a turn on the fairway make it a wide 90 degree turn to minimize damage to the fairway. H. On the 7th fairway, anyone may make a 90 degree turn off the cart path, go to their ball and then return to the cart path. Or, they may go to the rough, continue in the rough until they make the next 90 degree turn to the ball. Avoid driving on the fairway as much as possible. I.

All golf cart riders must be seated and each player must have his or her own clubs and bag.

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All golfers start play on hole #1.

K. An adult must accompany children under the age of 13 on the golf course. L. Fivesomes are permissible. On crowded days, singles and twosomes should join others to make a foursome or fivesome. M. You should invite faster players to play through if the fairway and green are open in front of you. N. Limit lost ball search to five minutes OR allow waiting players to play through. O. Repair ball marks, replace divots, and use available trash containers for refuse while on the golf course. P. The golf course is not to be used for joyriding on golf carts, motorbikes or any other motorized transportation. Q. No general walking, biking, skateboarding or rollerblading on golf course paths. Golf course is open from dawn until dusk for golfing only. R. Non golfers may ride with golfers or follow golfers during play, but should remain on the golf cart unless assisting with play (i.e. holding flag). An exception is allowed for club events, tournaments and chaperones. Golf etiquette must be strictly observed. S. Shirts or blouses, pants, shorts or skirts and shoes must be worn on the golf course. Bare tops or bathing suit tops are not acceptable attire when golfing. T. Metal spiked golf shoes are not allowed on the golf course. U. Off road tires are not allowed on the golf course. They may be used on paved golf cart paths as long as the cart stays on the path. V. No animals shall be released on the golf course. Animals may be on the golf cart but shall not leave the golf cart. W. Do not spit or drop sunflower seeds, peanut shells, or anything that could affect one’s putt on the greens.

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8. POOL A. Pool hours are from 10 AM to dusk. B. All swimmers must shower before entering the pool. Suntan lotion must be thoroughly removed with soap before entering the pool. C. Food or glass items are not allowed in the pool area. D. Only proper swimwear is allowed in the pool. No cutoffs. E. Children are allowed to wear swim aids such as arm floaters in the main pool. F. Running, skateboards, inline skates or roughhousing is not allowed in the pool area including the driveway/parking area by the pool. G. Chairs and loungers are for seating only and not as a towel holder or for reserving a seat. H. Move inside Clubhouse lower level during thunderstorms. I.

Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult (age 18 or older) in the pool area. The adult is responsible for the child’s safety, not TCCOM. There is no lifeguard on duty.

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Non-potty-trained children are to use only the kiddy pool. Swim diapers are required and are available in the office.

K. Do not go into pool if you had diarrhea within the last 14 days. L. Hanging or playing on caution ropes is not allowed in the pool. Do not disconnect rope. M. No diving into the pool. No jumping on or over people into the pool or splashing nearby swimmers. (Please respect other swimmers.) N. Small items such as coins, golf balls, ponytail holders, snorkels or diving masks, etc. are not allowed in the pool except swim goggles. O. Small toys such as diving rings will be allowed so long as they are not thrown across the pool or at someone else. (Please remove them from the pool when done.) P. Inflatable toys, large toys, “noodle,” seats, rafts, etc., may be restricted when the pool is busy. Q. Smoking is not allowed within the pool fence. R. When a designated monitor (monitor button being worn) is not present any adult or adults present should help enforce pool rules by educating the person(s) violating the rules and / or notifying Park office personnel. Note: The designated monitor is not a lifeguard.

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9. VEHICLE OPERATION AND PARKING A. Cars, trucks and motorcycles are to be used only on blacktopped roads, the track leading to the boat landing and the track behind lots 215 - 249.1 B. Only golf carts and service vehicles are permitted on all service roads. C. Speed limit is 10 mph throughout the Park for any motorized or un-motorized form of transportation. D. Careless or reckless handling of any motor vehicle (including golf carts, mopeds, scooters and other motorized means of transportation) may result in shareholder privileges being reviewed by the Board for fine or suspension. E. Cars, trucks and motorcycles are to be parked on shareholder’s driveway only and not on common ground. Guests may park on common grounds for short term visits (72 hours or less in 7 days) including holidays. Or, guests may park on the driveway of the shareholder they are visiting and the Shareholder may park their vehicle on common grounds for the short term visit (72 hours or less in 7 days). Shareholders may also park on common grounds for not more than 24 hours (or at the discretion of the Park Manager or President) such as performing work on their driveway. The Office must be notified of member parking on common ground needs. F. All vehicles must have current licenses. Vehicles with expired licenses shall not be parked anywhere in the Park and may be removed by the BOD or its designee at the member’s expense after a notification email, phone call or letter has been sent to the member and the date for removal has passed. G. Short term parking of golf carts in the pool area by the retaining wall will be permitted for laundry only – not swimming. There is space for 2 handicap and 3 regular golf carts. 10. GOLF CARTS / MOPEDS / SCOOTERS A. All shareholders shall be responsible for the safe operation of their or their guests’ golf cart(s), moped(s), or scooter(s), or any other motorized transportation. 1) Anyone under the age of 18 must have a valid driver’s license to drive a golf cart, moped, motorized scooter (not motorized skateboard) or any other means of licensable motorized transportation anywhere in TCCOM except as stated in 2) below. 2) Persons 13 years of age to 18 years of age who do not have a valid driver’s license may drive a golf cart or moped ONLY if accompanied by an adult over the age of 18. 3) Children under 13 may NOT be in control of the golf cart, moped, motorized scooter, or any other means of motorized transportation. A child may NOT sit behind the steering wheel of a golf cart unless sitting on the lap of someone over the age of 18 or someone with a valid drivers’ license who has control of the golf cart. (Motorized transportation shall mean any means of transporting one or more persons from one place to another using any form of non-human power.) 1

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4) Mopeds, motorized scooters or any other means of motorized transportation (except for golf carts as stated in G above) are not allowed on the driveway leading to the pool area. 5) Handicapped persons may park in designated parking spots in the pool area. The cart must display an approved handicap flag. 6) Short term parking of golf carts in the pool area by the retaining wall will be permitted for laundry only – not swimming. There is space for 2 handicap and 3 regular golf carts. 7) Violation of the above will result in the suspension or termination of your right to use the golf cart, moped, scooter, or other motorized means of transportation for a period of three days and a fine for the first offense. The time and fine will be doubled for each additional offense. 8) Golf carts must have a 3-inch minimum site number clearly displayed on the front and back of the golf cart. 9) Mopeds and motorized scooters (not motorized skateboards) must have the site number clearly displayed on the front and back of the vehicle if they do not have a state license plate. 10) All persons riding in golf carts with seats must be seated. No standing anywhere on a golf cart with seats. A person may stand on the back of a 3 wheel motorized “golf bag” where the golf bag is in the front. 11) Careless or reckless handling of any golf cart, moped, scooter, or other means of motorized transportation may result in the review of stockholders’ privileges by the Board for possible fine and/or suspension. 12) No golf carts should be driven after dusk within the Park without headlights. B. No snowmobiles or ATVs are allowed in the Park for personal use or storage. 11. TEMPORARY LOT USAGE A. Shareholders leased site(s) are for one Unit only. B. For the purpose of cleaning, unloading and loading, member’s (stockholder’s) recreational vehicles, campers, pickup campers, vans with sleeping facilities which have a motorized means of movement or have toilet facilities and/or electrical facilities (i.e. air conditioners, heaters, etc.), may be parked in a member’s driveway and may be hooked up for electrical purposes only. This shall be for a maximum of 48 hours within a 7-day period. It is not for sleeping or being used as a living facility. After 48 hours, the vehicle must be moved to the member’s storage area. C. Tents, tent trailers, pop-up trailers and other sleeping facilities that do not have a motor or an air conditioner, may be parked for a period of not more than 72 hours (96 hours for major holidays) in a 7 day period on a member’s driveway or on the members leased property. No such facility may be hooked up to the member’s electrical or septic systems. D. Guest’s recreational vehicles, pickup campers, vans with sleeping facilities which have motorized means of movement or have toilet facilities and / or electrical facilities (i.e. air conditioners, heaters, etc.) which are more than twenty feet long (from the front bumper to rear bumper) may not be parked in a members driveway or on a member’s leased property. Said vehicle must be parked either on the Clubhouse or Welcome Building parking lots for not more than 72 hours in a 7-day period, and registered at the Clubhouse Office, or in the 9

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member’s or a friend’s summer storage space. Said vehicles that are less than twenty feet long may be parked in the member’s driveway for a period of not more than 72 hours in a 7day period. (In no case can any of these units be hooked up to electrical or septic systems and may not drain sewage within TCCOM property. However, they may be used for sleeping.) If any vehicle extends within one foot of the end of the member’s driveway, it must be moved to one of the parking lots or summer storage as set forth herein. E. The facilities listed in A, B, C and D above may NOT be parked on common grounds. F. Such facilities cannot be parked so as to be within one foot of any paved roads or other gravel or dirt roads. (This means no part of such facility may extend into or over such road – yes, even an inch.) G. Boats, utility trailers, cargo trailers, auto caddies, or other personal use equipment may not be stored on a site or common ground for more than 72 hours in a 7 day period during the Park’s open season. Storage sites may be available to rent. (See Clubhouse office.) H. The member is responsible for any violation and may be fined for such violation. 12. LOT DEVELOPMENT Units that remain in the Park throughout the year and are, or are in the process of being permanently skirted, are considered Permanently Skirted Units. Units that are removed from the Park each season are considered Non-Permanently Skirted Units. The MN Statues Chapter 82A Membership Camping Practices and the MN Department of Health Mobile Home Parks and Recreational Camping Areas Chapter 4630 are the government regulations that apply to TCCOM. A. LOT 1) No new “attached” structure (MN Room, Patio Mate or Screen Room) shall be built in front of, or forward of, the Unit except a deck, pergola, a freestanding screen porch or gazebo – see H, I and K below. The excepted structures can only be forward of, not in front of, the Unit. 2) If any lots on the river are lost to erosion, a site assignment will be designated in the 900 row beginning with the site next to the last assigned site. Sites in the 900 row, which are not assigned to a shareholder, are not to be used for any type of occupancy. 3) Each lot is allotted a minimum of 2000 square feet per the Minnesota Department of Health Mobile Home Parks and Recreational Camping Areas Chapter 4630.0400. (The Recreational Camping Area rules are the ones that apply to TCCOM – not the Mobile Home Parks rules.) The width shall be measured from your stand-up water line to the neighbors’ stand-up water line. The length shall be measured from the named road to the front of the Unit until the lot contains a minimum of 2000 square feet (width X length = 2000 square feet minimum). 4) Recreational camping vehicles (including Park Models) shall be separated from each other and from other neighbor’s structures by at least ten feet. Any accessory structure such as attached awnings, or individual storage facilities, shall, for the purpose of this separation requirement, be considered to be part of the recreational camping vehicle. 10

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5) There is an eight (8) foot easement from the center of all paved roads and service roads / golf cart paths to ensure room for member vehicles, service vehicles and snowplows. 6) There is a five (5) foot setback for structures from the edge of all paved roads to ensure a clear pathway for snowplowing, traffic, safety, etc. Paving stones or above grade structures cannot be in any of the easements stated in 5) and 6). (See 7) below for grandfather clauses.) 7) Structures built as of the date of approval of these Rules and Regulations shall be grandfathered in for the current owner. However, all sites must meet all requirements set forth in the current TCCOM Rules and Regulations at the time of sale. (Lots 702, 704, 707, and 708 with Gazebos as described in the current rules but slightly in front of the Units and sheds on Lots 707 and 710 that are closer than 5 feet to the road will NOT be required to meet that aspect of the current Rules and Regulations at the time of sale. EXCEPTION: Units less than two feet from lot line will be required to come into compliance only at the time the Unit is replaced.) 8) All propane tanks used in the Park must be certified for propane use. TCCOM does not certify tanks for propane use and is not liable for any damage or injury caused by a member’s propane tank. B. GENERAL 1) Sherburne County Building codes and the rules of the MN Department of Health apply to anything built at TCCOM and supersede TCCOM’s Rules if they are more restrictive. It is the responsibility of the shareholder to contact these agencies. 2) As per the Minnesota Department of Health, doublewide park models are prohibited. The primary Unit, having a Minnesota room addition must be a regular 400 square foot park model, RV or travel trailer as defined by the Minnesota Department of Health Statute regarding Recreational Camping Areas. 3) Approved Request for Construction Permission or Lot Improvement / Building Permit (TCCOM Work Permit) must be obtained from the Office or Buildings & Grounds Committee before any site or building improvements and/or additions to a Unit can begin -- i.e. filling space between tip-outs, changing rooflines, building Minnesota rooms, screen rooms, in-ground irrigation systems, etc. This includes the removal of all trees in the Park. (This is primarily a safety precaution. However, the environment and total Park presentation are also taken into consideration.) Any alterations or additions must be similar to the existing Unit (including the roof) in style and color plus conform to existing rooflines. a. The TCCOM Work Permit form must be filled out as completely as possible. It must say and show exactly what you want to accomplish. This includes sizes, dimensions, materials to be used and clearance distance from lot lines and adjacent Unit and structures. It must also show all electrical work including the name of the licensed contractor doing the electrical work. b. A sample drawing is available in the office. Construction work must not be started prior to 7 AM and must cease by 7 PM. 4) All building requests for structures that are 3 dimensional in nature shall present a layout showing the placement of the structure on the lot, structure dimensions and distance to the neighbor’s Unit and other structures on the lot, and elevations of the 11

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structure showing sides and roof if there is one. This includes decks, gazebos, screened in porches, Minnesota rooms, etc. NOTE: The structural load of any structure built on your site must be supported by its own foundation -- no load can be transferred to your Unit. (Fastening a self-supported roof to the Unit is OK as long as it can be quickly and easily detached from the Unit.) Building codes must be followed. TCCOM Work Permits are not valid unless signed by two members of the Building and Grounds Committee and/or the Park Manger (if Building and Grounds personnel are not available) and are valid only for the calendar year in which they are approved. Upon completion of a project, the member shall notify the office and Building & Grounds will follow-up with a Work Permit Final Inspection. No construction will be allowed between October 15th and April 15th of the following year unless the Board grants a variance. TCCOM Work Permits will take approximately seven (7) days for completion of the approval / disapproval process. Variances will take longer as they must be submitted to the Board of Directors for review and approval / disapproval. The approved or disapproved shareholder’s copy (pink) will go to the shareholder. The approved pink copy shall be displayed, unless a County Permit is issued and displayed in a manner that is readable from the outside of the Unit until the work is completed. A variance may only be granted at a Board meeting. All structures on a site must have roofs that are earth tone in color. Earth tones include browns, tans, grays, greens, whites and blues. Earth tone colors are muted and flat. Colors of the siding and roof must match the existing Unit. Roofing that attaches to the Unit must be the same color, not a shade of the same color, as the Unit. Any electrical upgrade or repair on any site must conform to State and Local Codes. A licensed electrician must complete the work. Permanently skirted units shall NOT be equipped with: a. Electrical appliances that impact TCCOM’s septic system: Garbage Disposals Dishwashers, Clothes Washers b. Electrical appliances that only impact TCCOM’s electrical grid: Electric Clothes Dryers Electric Cooking Ranges / Stoves Electric Water Heaters Air Conditioners with Heat Strips c. Grandfather Clause exception (1993): Those Units in TCCOM prior to 1993 with the above listed appliances are grandfathered in until the appliance is no longer repairable on the condition that the owner as of 1993 registered their washer and electric dryer with TCCOM by June 30, 2003 showing: Model Serial Number Year Washer and electric dryer was purchase (Registration form available in the office) d. Appliances not registered will be required to be removed prior to sale to a new owner. e. All electric clothes dryers and/or electric clothes washers, IF REGISTERED WITH TCCOM, will be allowed to remain in the Unit upon sale for the new owners use 12

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as long as they are repairable. These appliances will not be allowed to be replaced with a new or used appliance if the registered appliance is no longer repairable. f. Violations of these rules will result in an annual fine of $500 per year plus interest at 6% APR commencing when it is reported to or discovered by TCCOM. g. Exception: Non-Permanently skirted units that have a factory installed washing machine, electric clothes dryer and/or electric water heater does NOT have to remove or disconnect these appliances. h. There shall be no satellite propane fired hot water heaters allowed in sheds. i. Grandfather clause exception (2012): A variance is granted to all units for sale - now and in the future - that have non-compliant electrical appliances, which affect only the electrical grid. They must prove the non-compliant appliances were in the unit before they purchased the Unit. (i.e. the Park’s mistake.) They must have: oPaperwork in the Unit’s permanent file to support the claim. oOr, the owner must be able to verify their claim comparing date of manufacturer of the appliance (via make, model and serial #) with the Unit’s purchase date. The variance would apply to the new owner and remain in effect until the noncompliant appliance was no longer repairable or until the new owner (buyer) sells the property at which time the owner (now the seller) would have to bring the unit into compliance. This would be necessary before listing the property for sale. j. Satellite propane fired hot water heaters existing prior to September, 2001 are grandfathered in per guidelines of the MN State Inspection requirements. Gas clothes dryers may be placed in a Minnesota room. (A TCCOM work permit is required to install a gas dryer.) Correspondence received from the Sherburne County Planning & Zoning Administration, dated September 9, 2004, states that our RV Park Conditional Use Permit, issued by the State of Minnesota, prohibits the installation of any plumbing in any structure on individual lots other than Units. That includes Minnesota Room, Gazebo, Screen Porches and Sheds. Sherburne County is currently applying these rules to all RV Parks in the County. A shareholder may have only one of the following options per site: (Note: Attached and detached refers to the Unit.) a. One Unit plus a detached screen room. b. One Unit plus an attached screened room or Patio Mate. c. One Unit plus a five or more equal sided wooden gazebo/screen room. d. One Unit plus a Minnesota Room and screen room. e. One Unit plus a Minnesota Room and Gazebo (see Gazebo for definition). The Buildings and Grounds Committee must be contacted prior to installation of Units. They shall mark site lot lines. All Units must be 2 feet from the lot line. (See Section 12. A.3.) Any electrical upgrade or repair on any site must conform to Government codes. A licensed electrician must complete the work. In the event of an emergency relocation, the shareholder is responsible for moving his/her own Unit. Other than the assignment of a new site, as approved by the Board, there shall be no other compensation from TCCOM. Things you MAY do on your lot, without an approved TCCOM Work Permit: 13

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a. Plant, prune or remove flowers or shrubs. b. Prune branches not exceeding 2 inches in diameter (two inches across – see 16 - Tree Policy below). c. Lay or remove decorative rock, gravel or mulch. d. Seal coat an existing driveway. e. Paint and do normal maintenance (not alterations to structures or replacement of roofing material). f. Add stepping-stones not joined edge to edge. g. Add low-voltage lighting. 17) Under NO circumstances are any of the items in 16 above to be done on common ground unless approved by the Board. (Such as volunteers working on common grounds, variances, etc.) C. UNITS 1) Units must conform to HUD regulations. Minnesota Statutes govern the size of the unit -- currently 400 square feet. A Unit is a motor home, Park Model, motorized Recreational Vehicle or non-motorized Recreational Vehicle. Mobile homes or converted buses are not allowed. 2) All incoming Park Model homes or trailers must be inspected and approved by the Park Manager and/or Building and Grounds persons before installation on site – form must be signed by two people. 3) For the safety of all TCCOM members and their guests, and the quick and easy identification of Lots and Units by emergency personnel, ALL lots shall have reflective 3” or 4” legible (from the named street) lot numbers. 4) The side of the Unit will be considered the edge of the Unit. This means that no part of the Unit, including slide-outs, tip-outs, and fold-outs, may be closer than 2 feet to the lot line, with the exception of the roof overhang. The roof overhang cannot drain on the neighbor’s lot. 5) All Units must display up-to-date license plates or have a certificate of title whichever is applicable. 6) Wheels are not to be removed from the Unit. (RV Park Conditional Use Permit rules) 7) Any Unit parked on a site for one calendar year or more must be skirted. Skirting must be completed within three months from the end of the first 12 months of stationary status and must be of colors compatible with the color of the Unit. Skirting must be wood, vinyl, or metal. 8) Detached central AC units must be placed either to the front or rear of the Unit. Deviations must be submitted in writing to the Building and Grounds Committee for approval. 9) Awnings may be installed on Unit or Minnesota Rooms over windows and doors. Projections cannot exceed 40 inches on door awnings or 36 inches on window awnings. The width is not to exceed 6 inches wider than the trimmed opening. Projections on the 2-foot setback side of the Unit will be limited so they do not drain on the neighbor’s lot. 10) New factory built Park Model Units with built in porches will be allowed. Note: If Park Model with porch exceeds 400 sq. feet, then the excess will be subtracted from any future addition -- this also affects the allowable 650 sq. foot deck size.

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D. ROOF OVERS 1) A roof over is a structure built over an existing Unit. 2) The Unit must be able to support the weight of the roof -- no pole barn construction allowed per Sherburne County. E. MINNESOTA ROOMS 1) A Minnesota Room, including the roof with overhang, may not extend beyond the FRONT or REAR of the Unit. Roof overhangs will not exceed 20 inches around the structure and not extend past the Unit’s roof. 2) See GENERAL section with respect to roof color and siding. See UNITS section regarding awnings. 3) Fully enclosed room additions of up to 400 square feet are allowed. If the enclosed room is less than 400 square feet the remaining area may be screened or be a covered deck. Plumbing and electric heating are not allowed. A licensed electrician must install all electrical work. One window AC unit, not exceeding 10,000 BTU/H, will be allowed upon approval of TCCOM Work Permit by Building and Grounds Committee. 4) The structure of the Minnesota room may not be built closer than 8 feet from the lot line and at least 10 feet from the neighbor’s Unit, structures, or decking. 5) Treated wood must be used on the floor and rim joists if within 12 inches from the ground. If the room is being installed on top of an existing deck, and the existing deck is within 12 inches from the ground, and the floor joists on the deck are NOT treated wood, the joists will have to be replaced with treated wood. In addition, the existing deck must be able to carry the additional load of the room. 6) Egress (exit) door on end of the new structure -- Minnesota Room -- (street side) must be set back a minimum of 3 feet from end of Unit to allow for a landing. Minnesota Rooms installed prior to 1/1/2011 that have sliding doors, storm doors or entry doors that open outward but have no set back landing are grandfathered in. 7) Entry landing and/or roof on the named street side of the Unit will be considered part of the allotted 400 sq. feet. Roof and landing must not extend past the end of Unit. Steps to landing may extend past the end of Unit. 8) Building of a Minnesota room does require a building permit from Sherburne County. The phone number is (763) 765-4450. F. PATIO MATES and SCREEN PORCHES 1) A patio mate or screen room may not extend beyond the front or rear of the Unit. Colors are to be compatible with the Unit. These additions cannot exceed 400 square feet. The shareholder should contact the Building and Grounds Committee before commencing the additions. 2) Permanent roofs may be installed over existing patio mates/screen rooms. See GENERAL section with respect to roof color and siding. G. ROOF HEIGHT 1) Low sloped/flat roof to be no higher than one (1) foot above roof of trailer. 15

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2) Hip/gable roof: Roof peak to be no higher than twelve (12) feet above finished floor. EXCEPTION -- Lofted trailers: Peak of addition not to exceed original trailer roof height. H. GAZEBOS 1) A gazebo is a five or more equal sided structure with windows and/or screens on all sides and one door. It cannot exceed 200 square feet. The fascia of the gazebo may not be higher than the fascia of the Unit roof. See GENERAL section with respect to roof color and siding. 2) An AC of no more than 115 volts with a capacity of no more than 10,000 BTU/H is allowed with Building and Grounds approval. 3) A gazebo may be placed partially (less than ½ the gazebo) forward of the Unit but not in front of the Unit. The location must be at least 10 feet from the neighbor’s structures and at least 8 feet from the lot line. 4) On a gazebo, if the entire gazebo door is within the front or rear of the Unit, it may be connected to the Unit. The total area of the gazebo and connection cannot exceed 400 square feet. I.

DETACHED SCREEN ROOM 1) A detached screen room must be at least 10 feet from the neighbor’s structures and a minimum of two feet from the lot line (stand up water pipe). 2) Only factory built units allowed. 3) No hard/permanent roofs are allowed. 4) Screen panels ONLY from floor to roof and the structure can be no larger than 12’ x 12’, or 12’ in diameter if round. 5) Screen rooms may be placed partially (less than ½ the room) forward of the Unit but not in front of the Unit. 6) No freestanding structures are allowed on decks forward of a Unit with a Minnesota room or attached screen room.

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DECKS 1) The Sherburne County Zoning Department requires a Building Permit for any deck or improvement exceeding 120 square feet. The phone number is (763) 765-4450. The permits will not be granted without an approved TCCOM Work Permit. It is best to take the TCCOM Work Permit to the County when making the application for a permit. Any deck must be at least eight (8) feet from the lot line and 10 feet from the neighbor’s structure or the area where a future Unit would reasonably be placed. Outside this area, the deck may be 2 feet from lot line 2) A maximum of 650 square feet of deck will be allowed, including the area under the Minnesota room, screen room, or gazebo. Decks are not to extend more than 14 feet forward of, but not in front of, the Unit and no closer to the named street than the rear of the Unit. Decks must be skirted under the same criteria as the Unit. Steps will be allowed beyond the deck front and rear. 3) No raised decks or raised patios may extend across the front of the Unit. Decks over 30 inches above grade must have guardrails not less than 36 inches in height. Balusters shall be no greater than 4 inches apart. If your deck is less than 30 inches above grade, a railing is an option that is up to the shareholder. 16

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4) Treated wood must be used on the floor and rim joists if within 12 inches from the ground. If a room is being installed on top of an existing deck, and the existing deck is within 12 inches from the ground, and the floor joists on the deck are NOT treated wood, the joists will have to be replaced with treated wood. In addition, the existing deck must be able to carry the additional load of the room. K. PERGOLAS 1) A pergola is a deck/patio overhead structure that is typically built with posts supporting an open roof of girders and cross rafters. 2) Pergolas can be no larger than the deck or patio they span and may not extend more than 14 feet beyond (but not in front of) the trailer. 3) The maximum height of the pergola is the height of the outside trailer, MN Room or Screen Porch wall (where wall and roof meet). 4) Vines or plants that may close in the pergola framing are not allowed. Pergolas may not have side lattice or other material that would close in the walls. 5) Pergola materials may be wood, plastic or metal and must be an earth tone color that compliments the existing structures – trailer, MN Room, Screen Porch, Deck, etc. L. PATIOS 1) Paving stone, treated or composite wood, or block patios are permitted but must be approved by the Building and Grounds Committee. Treated or composite wood must be in direct contact with the ground. There cannot be any voids for rodents to nest. M. SHEDS / STORAGE BINS 1) The Building and Grounds Committee must approve a TCCOM Work Permit detailing plans before construction may begin. The maximum shed size is 10 feet by 10 feet or a total of 100 square feet. The maximum height is 100 inches from the finished floor to the peak of the roof level. Either mid-gable or gambrel roofs are allowed. The shed must be a color compatible with the color of the Unit (Park Model or RV). The exterior is to be covered with wood, vinyl, metal, or exterior approved by Building and Grounds Committee. 2) Any shed must be no less than 10 feet from the neighbor’s Unit, including all structures. Sheds are not allowed to be closer than 5 feet from the named paved street surface to allow safer egress from the parking area and for snow removal and 2 feet from the lot line. 3) See GENERAL section with respect to roof color and siding (except manufactured metal roofs). 4) Storage bins 36 inches high x 60 inches long x 30 inches deep are allowed in an appropriate area next to the Unit or shed – maximum of 2 storage bins. N. FENCES / DECORATIVE SCREENS 1) Fences are not permitted. A decorative screen to a maximum dimension of 54 inches high and 8 feet long to cover meters and water lines is allowed. 17

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Enclosures to screen gas tanks and air conditioners no higher than 6 inches above said items are allowed. Approved TCCOM Work Permits are required. 2) All decorative screens not meeting these requirements that were installed before 9/1/2010 are grandfathered-in. However, the requirements must be met before the Unit is sold to a new stockholder. O. DRIVEWAYS / SIDEWALKS 1) Driveways are allowed from the named paved street side of the lot only except for residents in Lots 215 through 249.2 The driveway may be on the lot line on the water/electrical side of the lot. The driveway must be at least 4 feet from the neighbor’s water/electrical lot line. Note: Vehicles, Golf carts, etc. cannot park in the MDH 10’ rule area. 2) No more than 750 square feet of solid surface material may be laid on one site. This includes all solid paving on the site except solid paving under the Unit, Minnesota room or shed and sidewalks. Sidewalks are not to exceed 48 inches in width. 3) A licensed contractor must lay all asphalt or cement. All asphalt must be properly compacted. Concrete driveways must be reinforced with wire mesh or better. 4) Driveway construction may not alter the natural drainage from the adjacent lots. All driveways should be constructed to reduce the flow of runoff to or from adjacent lots. 5) Gravel driveways must be kept weed free. P. SATELLITE DISH 1) A satellite dish may be installed on your site. A TCCOM work permit is required. Some considerations when a satellite dish is placed on common ground: a. Consideration may be given to cut a tree limb or two, to enable the dish to receive reasonable reception without being placed on common ground; such trimming must be approved by Building and Grounds Committee and paid for by the shareholder. b. When placed on common ground, the dish has to be placed where extra mowing time is not involved, such as in front of a tree or between two close trees. c. Hosta type plants must be planted around the dish base to avoid need for trimming and ease of mowing grass around the base. When on common ground, it is the shareholder’s responsibility to trim around the base. d. All owners are required to sign a “TCCOM is Not Responsible For Damage to the Dish” form for all dishes placed on common ground so that if straight line winds, tornado, normal ground maintenance, acts of golfers, etc., cause damage to occur to the dish it is the owner’s responsibility. Q. UTILITIES 1) All lots have sewer, water, electric and telephone hookups available.

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2) The sewer outlets must extend no less than ten feet from the water service to comply with Minnesota State Health Department statues. 3) The Building and Grounds Committee must approve the moving of electrical or water hookups. 4) The State Board of Electricity does not permit the enclosure of electrical meters. 5) Water supply to the site shall consist of a standpipe and shut off valve or hose bib with backflow preventer. The connection from the standpipe to the shareholder’s plumbing must be made by a means of disconnect (i.e. union, garden hose connection, quick-coupling, etc.) and a flexible hose, pipe or line. Any additional plumbing such as garden hoses, irrigation systems, and water conditioners are permitted but must be mounted on the opposite side of the 4 x 4 post and not in the immediate vicinity of the standpipe. Installation and maintenance of such additions shall be the sole responsibility of the shareholder. 6) Changes necessary to bring the site into compliance with this rule may be done at any time but must be done when it is necessary for TCCOM to repair or replace its valves or parts. 7) When blowing out the Park system in the fall, it is necessary that all shareholders’ plumbing be disconnected from the system. It would be appreciated if the shareholder would leave his/her plumbing disconnected following his/her blow out. This will save the maintenance crew many hours of work. 13. NEW HOMES AND RE-SALES A. A transfer fee, accompanied by the stock certificate and lease agreement, must be turned into the Secretary of the Board before transfers are granted. B. Long-term contract purchaser(s) from current shareholder(s) shall have the stock certificate issued to the purchaser and held by the seller until final payment is made as agreed upon between the parties. C. A new stock certificate will be issued in the name of the purchaser. The Secretary of the Board must be kept appraised of the location of the stock certificates and be supplied with a copy of the stock certificate upon request. D. Shareholders are not to post "For Sale" or any other advertising signs anywhere in the Park except in designated areas as approved by the current Marketing Committee Policy and Procedure manual (such as bulletin board by the Give ‘n Take Shed, Bulletin board in Clubhouse along north wall - not at entrance, Bulletin board in lower level of Clubhouse by emergency phone and Activity Building bulletin board). Further information is available at the Clubhouse office or from the Marketing Committee. E. Only TCCOM “for sale” signs and open house signs are allowed to advertise Units for sale. Open house signs may be posted on the street side of the unit during TCCOM open houses and open houses advertised by the member for a period of not more than 3 hours at a time. Open houses scheduled and advertised by the owner must be registered at the office. Open house signs that are posted outside of the above stated hours may be removed by the Park Manager and stored in the Welcome building. F. Although all sales are “for sale by owner,” an owner may market their Unit themselves without using the Marketing committee. If a member markets their Unit on their own, 19

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TCCOM will only perform the closing, the compliance inspection and supply the approved TCCOM “for sale” sign. Your Unit will not be listed in the “Current Listings” booklet or on the TCCOM website and marketing committee volunteers will not show your Unit even during TCCOM Open House weekends. G. A Compliance Inspection report must be completed by Building and Grounds committee members and/or the Park Manager and signed by two people prior to any listing or marketing of any home to be sold. This ensures that all rules regarding removal of unauthorized items are taken care of before the sale can be completed. 1) This includes the owner and inspector signing that there are no clothes washers, electric clothes dryer, garbage disposal, dishwasher, electric cooking range, or electric water heaters on the premises. New Units to the Park with the above listed items must have said items removed or disconnected so these items cannot be used. 2) If a seller is not using TCCOM marketing, the TCCOM office must be notified and a key for the unit left at the office at the time of listing / advertising for the purpose of compliance inspection only. If a key has not been left at the office at least 96 hours prior to closing, the seller may not be able to close on time. Completion of a compliance inspection is required for closing and no closing can take place until the inspection is completed and Unit brought into compliance. H. An orientation to TCCOM shall be conducted as part of the closing to ensure the new shareholders review the By-Laws, Rules and Regulations and TCCOM Calendar of Events – especially BOD meeting -- and any questions they may have are answered. I.

The binder containing current Bylaws, Rules & Regulations, Directory, and Park information is to be turned over to the new owners (members) upon completion of a sale (transfer).

14. PETS A. Dogs and cats must be leashed at all times when outside. B. Barking dogs (in or out) will not be tolerated. C. Pet owners are responsible for their pets’ cleanup in ALL areas of the Park. D. (Also see #7 GOLF,V) 15. OPEN FIRES A. All fires are to be contained and controlled within fire rings. Wet, damp, green wood or painted or chemically treated wood shall not be burned. No fires shall be left unattended. B. Fires (in fire rings) are only for warmth and recreational use. Sherburne County has informed us that the burning of leaves or refuse is illegal. C. No fires are allowed when the water in the Park is turned off. D. No fires are allowed when a Sherburne County burning ban is in effect. 20

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16. TREE POLICY A. No tree may be removed or major trimming done without Building and Grounds approval. With that approval, both tree and stump removal is at the expense of the individual shareholder. B. Removal of any tree due to a storm will be the responsibility of TCCOM unless personal property damage is involved. Removal of any tree due to a storm where personal property has been or could be damaged by removal is the sole expense and responsibility of the shareholder. C. Major trimming or removal of any tree due to disease or for safety reasons is the responsibility of TCCOM. Check with Building and Grounds Committee on all individual cases. TCCOM may do trimming or removal of trees at member’s expense due to member’s poor maintenance. (See 1. MEMBER RESPSONSIBILTIES, D.) D. Trimming of oak trees before July 15th is not allowed. We want to avoid the possibility of infection of diseases to which oak trees are particularly susceptible. (i.e. Oak Wilt) E. Any violation of the Tree Policy will result in a minimum fine of $200 per incident. 17. REFUSE / RECYCLABLES A. Any unusual refuse, such as toilets, lawnmowers, furniture, appliances, hazardous materials (such as batteries, tires, paint and chemicals) etc., must be taken out of the Park and disposed of at owner’s expense. However, TCCOM may provide disposal arrangements for the above listed items – less hazardous waste –with a separate fee payable at the Clubhouse office. B. No refuse/recyclables or burning material may be brought into the Park from outside for the purpose of disposal in the Park. 18. WRITTEN COMPLAINT RULE A. A written complaint must be signed by anyone knowing of a violation of any Bylaws, Rules, Regulations, Policies or any Government rules or laws before the complaint procedure can take effect. B. No phone complaints will be acknowledged or acted upon. The complaint must be in writing and signed. C. Copies of complaint / suggestion forms are available at the Clubhouse office. 19. COMPLAINT RESOLUTION PROCEDURE The following procedures are subject to the Board’s right to suspend and terminate members as provided in the Bylaws. In the event of a conflict between these Rules and the Bylaws, the Bylaws shall prevail. A. A written complaint with a neighbor about their violation, or their guests’ violation, of the Bylaws, Rules, Regulations, Policies or Government rules or laws, must be signed (unless it is 21

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a verifiable complaint). Please first talk to them or leave them a note. Please give your neighbor the benefit of the doubt that they are either unaware of, or forgot about, that particular rule or regulation they violated. B. All parties shall keep the complaint and procedure confidential until a shareholder requests a hearing. C. First Violation: If a written complaint is received for any violation of the Bylaws, Rules, Regulations, Policies or Government rules or laws a letter, email, phone call or personal visit will be sent or made from / by the Park Manager to the shareholder named in the complaint, or the shareholder of the Site named in the complaint, within seven (7) days of receipt of the complaint. (It does not matter if the violator was a guest, friend, family, a friend of a friend, etc., the shareholder whose name is on the certificate will get the letter or email, etc.) The letter or email will be addressed to the address of record in the office. No fines will be levied for the first violation. D. Second Violation: If a second written complaint is received for any violation of the Bylaws, Rules, Regulations, Policies or Government rules or laws (it does not have to be the same infraction as the first violation), a letter will be sent, certified mail, within 10 days of receipt of the complaint to the shareholder named in the complaint or the shareholder of the site named in the complaint as stated above. E. Fines may be applied on the second and future violations for each violation -- not just each complaint which may contain multiple violations. And, if the second or future violation is a repeat of the first violation, the first violation may also be fined. The timeframe for each violation for the purpose of evaluating multiple violations is one year. (i.e. If after a year from the first violation there is no other violation, then the next violation become the new first violation for the purpose on assessing fines on multiple violations.) F. With any violation, if a shareholder gets a letter, email, phone call or personal visit setting forth a complaint, the shareholder shall within ten (10) days of delivery (or refusal to pick-up if certified) of the letter, email, phone call or personal visit, answer it in writing. If no written answer is received by TCCOM on the complaint within the ten (10) days of delivery of the letter email, phone call or personal visit, the complaint will be considered justified and a copy placed in their file. G. In the written response the shareholder may either: 1) Admit the complaint and give an explanation as to what corrective action will be taken and when, to prevent the violation from happening again, or 2) Deny and/or object to the complaint with an explanation, or 3) Request a hearing before the hearing Committee. H. If the complaint is admitted to or if no written answer is received within the ten (10) days of the delivery of the letter of complaint, the Hearing Committee will determine if the complaint is justified. I.

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If a shareholder makes a written denial or objection to the complaint, the complaining party (within seven (7) days of receipt of the shareholder’s denial or objection) will be given a copy of the written denial or objection and will be given the opportunity (within five (5) days of receipt of the denial or objection) to present additional written testimony or evidence of the incident. Based on the complaint, written objection or denial and additional written testimony or evidence, the Hearing Committee will determine if the complaint is justified.

K. If the shareholder requests a hearing, the complaining party and the shareholder (within ten (10) days of the receipt of request for a hearing) will be notified of the hearing date, time, and place. Each party may bring no more than two other witnesses to present evidence. All relevant, additional evidence will be heard. The Hearing Committee will hear each side. The procedure shall be as follows: 1) The Hearing Committee will read the complaint and ask the shareholder for a response. 2) The shareholder will respond, and offer additional evidence, if any. 3) The complaining party may present a response and additional evidence, if any. 4) All parties will then be excused and the Hearing Committee will begin deliberation to determine whether or not the complaint is justified. L. If the complaint is determined not justified, the complaint will be dismissed. M. If a complaint is determined justified by the Hearing Committee, the complaint will be recorded in the shareholder’s file and a fine and/or costs will be assessed. For the second justified complaint, the fine will be twenty-five (25) dollars per violation and/or costs. N. If a fine and/or costs are imposed, a letter will be sent as soon as possible by certified mail to the shareholder setting forth the amount of the fine/and or costs. The due date for payment will be ten (10) days from the date of delivery of the letter. If the fine and costs are not paid by the due date, an additional complaint will be filed by any Board member. The procedure set forth above will be followed and additional fines and costs may be imposed. If the first and second fines are not paid by the due date, a third complaint will be filed and may be referred to the BOD for further action. Suspension or termination of shareholder’s privileges may be invoked if the Bylaws, Rules, Regulations and Policies allow such suspension or termination. O. If the complaint is a violation that could lead to suspension or termination of shareholder privileges, the shareholder and the Board of Directors will be notified by TCCOM of a time, date and place for an executive session to hear the matter. This executive session shall be within twenty (20) days of the notice to the Board of the complaint. The Board will meet in executive session to hear any additional arguments by the shareholder for or against such suspension or termination. If a hearing committee has been involved in the complaint its decision(s) will be considered. A termination may be given without having had a prior suspension. A fine of not more than $200.00 may be assessed without a suspension or termination. P. A pool of at least 9 members (not on the Board) shall be available to serve as the Hearing Committee. A hearing may be held if any three of the members of the Hearing Committee are present. 23

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Q. A justified complaint finding can be appealed to the BOD in an executive session. 20. PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS A. A determination of whether a violation exists shall be made by the Board or its designee, or by any Committee created by the Board and charged with determining existing or new violations throughout the Park. B. Monetary penalties for failure to correct the violation within the time limit are as follows: 1) The second violation letter can result in the assessment of a $25.00 fine following the Hearing Committee’s findings of a justified complaint. 2) A third violation letter can result in the assessment of a $100 fine, following the Hearing Committee’s finding of a justified complaint. 3) A fourth violation letter can result in the assessment of a $200 fine, following Hearing Committee’s finding of a justified complaint. 4) All fines will be assessed on a cumulative basis. Interest will accrue at 8 percent per annum. C. If violation(s) are not corrected as stipulated, or the monetary penalties are not paid when due, the Board may invoke any or all of the following sanctions. 1) Correct the violation and charge the costs to the shareholder. 2) Failure to pay accrued penalties and/or take the proper corrective action(s) within ten days following notification of action taken at a Board hearing, involving either a second or third violation, may result in the Board placing a lien against the shareholder certificate and lease for recovery of all penalties, interest and legal costs. All penalties, fines interest and legal costs must be paid before a shareholder closes or transfers his/her property. 3) ADDITIONAL VIOLATIONS / PENALTIES: If a shareholder receives more than five violation notices, regardless of whether or not fines were assessed / imposed, said shareholder will be fined in the amount of $200 payable within 15 days subject to a hearing as stipulated. If the violations continue after the initial $200 penalty, fines of $200 for each subsequent violation(s) will be assessed cumulatively until the shareholder takes corrective action. (Refer to the TCCOM Bylaws.) 21. SECURITY A. Security cameras are recording all entrances and exits and the garbage disposal area. B. The use of any firearms including shotguns, rifles, handguns, BB guns, pistols or any other type of weapon is not allowed in the Park. C. Use of fireworks is not permitted in the Park. 22. VARIANCE A. A variance of a TCCOM Rule or Regulation may be obtained from the Board of Directors only at an officially called meeting. 24

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B. A variance request must be in writing and have attached to it all of the disapproved documentation. No variance will be considered without all of the disapproved documentation (if such documentation exists). C. A variance shall be approved or disapproved by a majority vote of the Board and must be signed by the Board President and Secretary. 23. BOARD MEMBERS / COMMITTEE MEMBERS A. Notebooks and materials accumulated as a Board Member are the property of the Board and shall be given to the President at the end of your term on the Board or upon resignation. The notebook will then be given to the person on the Board who replaces you or acts as the liaison to the Committee to which you were the liaison. This helps in maintaining the continuity for successor Board Members. B. Notebooks, documents, computer files or other materials prepared or accumulated as a Committee Member are the property of TCCOM and shall be given to the Committee Chairperson either during your participation or at the end of your participation in that Committee. Any materials or files the Chairperson may have at the end of their committee membership shall be given to the Board. This will help ensure the continuity of that Committee. 24. MEMBERSHIP FEES AND ASSESSMENTS A. The BOD shall establish an annual maintenance fee and may determine, from time to time, the amount of penalties to be assessed for late payment of fees, special assessments, electrical charges and other charges that have been assessed. B. All members’ annual maintenance fees are due and payable in full no later than May 1st of each year. If payment is not postmarked by May 1st, a penalty will be assessed. Currently the charge for late payment of annual maintenance fees is $50.00 per month, or any part of a month, until all fees are paid in full. C. All members’ annual electric usage fee is due and payable in full no later than October 15th of each year. If payment is not postmarked by October 15th, a penalty will be assessed. Currently the charge for late payment of the electric usage fees is $10.00 per month, or fraction thereof, until all fees are paid in full. D. After review by the Board, Park privileges may be suspended if all maintenance fees, electric charges or special assessments, penalties or other charges are not paid within 30 days of the due date. (Refer to the Bylaws.) E. The Bylaws allow for membership termination if any member is in default in the payment of fees or assessments, or other conduct deemed detrimental to the well being of the association. (Refer to the Bylaws.)

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25. MISCELLANEOUS A. The TCCOM policies for the Activity, Building & Grounds, Golf, Marketing, Pool, Outside Storage, Severe Weather, etc. shall apply. B. Only expandable drying racks may be attached to a shed or Unit. Clotheslines – retractable or otherwise -- are not allowed. C. Memorial markers are allowed but must be no larger than 4 x 6 inches and must be placed at positions designated by the Building and Grounds Committee. D. When the tornado/emergency siren is sounded proceed to the nearest designated shelter area immediately -- currently the lower level of the Clubhouse. E. Park quiet time is from 11 PM until 6 AM. That means your neighbor should not be disturbed by activity at you site such as, but not limited to, running electric or gas motors (mower, blowers, etc.), barking dogs, loud conversations, etc. F. There shall be no soliciting or door-to-door distribution of flyers in the Park except for Park official business. Flyers for Park activities shall be placed in the member mail slots in the Clubhouse lower level. G. No smoking allowed in any TCCOM building, pool, playground or Pickleball/tennis area. H. For Sale signs are not allowed anywhere in the Park for the sale of any personal property – i.e. Units, golf carts, personal property, etc. (See section 13 D for the location where items for sale can be posted.) I.

Violations within the Park of TCCOM’s Bylaws, Rules or Regulations or government rules or laws should be reported in writing to the Park Manager.

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Members should try to limit bulk filling of propane tanks to 2 times per season in order to reduce heavy traffic on TCCOM roads

26. NOTES A. Additional rules, regulations, courtesies, etc. are found in: 1) State and local laws pertaining to Recreational Camping Areas 2) The Minnesota Department of Health Regulations 3) Federal statutes for Non-Profit Corporations such as TCCOM 4) International Building Codes for One and Two Family Homes (for Minnesota Rooms, Screen Porches, Gazebo’s, Decks, etc.) 5) Golf Rules and Courtesies 6) Tennis and Pickleball rules and courtesies.

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