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REGULATION NO. ____
REGULATION RESTRICTING AND CONTROLLING THE SIZE, CONSTRUCTION, MATERIAL, AND LOCATION OF SIGNS, AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF PERMISSION TO DISPLAY APPROVED SIGNS
Whereas, Section I of Article II of Declaration No. 1, Declaration of Establishment of Basic Protective Restrictions, Conditions, Covenants, et cetera, recorded July 5, 1923 in Book 2360, Page 231, of Official Records of Los Angeles County, California, as amended (“Declaration”), prohibits billboards or signs of any character from being erected, posted, pasted, or displayed upon or about any part of any property without the written permission of the Palos Verdes Homes Association (“Association”) and the Art Jury;
Whereas, Section 1 of Article II of the Declaration vests the Association with discretion to prohibit or restrict and control the size, construction, material, and location of all signs and to summarily remove and destroy all unauthorized signs;
Whereas, Civil Code §§712-713 limit the Association’s ability to enforce rules that prohibit or restrict an owner’s right to advertise the property for sale or rent;
Whereas, the Association desires to streamline the approval process for conforming signs and provide clear, content-neutral guidelines for commercial and non-commercial signs while upholding its duties under the Declaration;
Wherefore, the following uniform rules for the erection and display of signs on property located within the jurisdiction of the Association, are hereby adopted:
SECTION I. APPLICATIONS, REVIEW AND APPEALS.
(a) PROCESS. Except as provided in Section III hereof, no signs or billboards of any character shall be erected, posted, pasted, or displayed upon or about any part of the property, including on the interior of the property outward facing and visible through a window, under the jurisdiction of the Association without first securing permission therefor from the Association, as follows:
(1) Applicant shall submit an application for each individual sign on the form provided by the Association, along with the fee described in the Association’s fee schedule. Drawings to scale shall accompany the application showing the location, size, character, wording, material, colors, size of letters, proposed duration of the sign, and any other information necessary for the proper consideration of the sign.
(2) Association staff will review the application and respond to applicant in writing within fifteen (15) business days of receipt. Response may include approval, rejection, request for corrections, request for more information or referral to the Art Jury. Approval by staff is deemed written permission of the Association or the Art Jury within the meaning of Article II, Section 1 of the Declaration.
(3) Rejections by the staff may be appealed to the Art Jury. Rejections by the Art Jury must first be appealed to the Art Jury. If an Art Jury rejection is denied on appeal, the rejection may be appealed to the Association’s Board of Directors (“Board”). To appeal, applicant must submit an appeal fee as set forth in the Association’s fee schedule, and a written statement containing the facts, sections of the Association’s governing documents, and any other materials in support of applicant’s position, within thirty (30) days of issuance of the rejection.
(4) In the case of an appeal to the Art Jury, the Art Jury shall issue a written decision on the appeal within thirty (30) days of receipt, in which the Art Jury may deny the appeal, approve the application, or approve the application with corrections. If the Art Jury issues a denial, the applicant may file a second appeal to the Board.
(5) In the case of an appeal to the Board, the applicant must submit a new appeal fee as set forth in the Association’s fee schedule. The Board shall, in consultation with Association counsel, review the application appeal considering the facts, governing documents, and any other supporting material submitted by the applicant and issue a written decision on the appeal within thirty (30) days of receipt. The Board decision may deny the appeal, approve the application, or approve the application with corrections. There shall be no further appeal from a Board decision.
SECTION II. COMMERCIAL SIGNS. Except as hereinafter provided, all commercial signs, meaning any sign, display, or device designed, intended, or used to encourage or promote the purchase or use of goods or services, shall conform to the following requirements:
(a) The maximum height of any letter shall not exceed six (6) inches. If an applicant requires larger lettering, a request for exception to this requirement may be made to the Art Jury with an additional fee, as set forth in the Association’s fee schedule.
(b) No projecting signs shall be permitted. Projecting sign means a sign which is attached to a building or structure so that part of the sign projects more than one foot from the face of the building or structure.
(c) Neon signs will be approved only inside windows, except in special cases where undue hardships would result. Then, only the neon light portion of the assembled sign appurtenances may show on the outside of the building.
(d) All authorized signs displayed upon or about business buildings shall be maintained in a state of proper repair and good appearance.
(e) With the exception of real estate signs, as defined below, commercial signs are authorized only in commercial zones and are strictly prohibited from display in residential zone.
SECTION III. REAL ESTATE SIGNS. Real estate signs, meaning commercial signs which advertise the property for sale, lease, rent or exchange or advertise directions to the property, by the property owner or his or her agent, may be erected, posted, pasted, or displayed upon or about property located within residential or commercial zones without having to undergo an application process, so long as they comply with the following:
(a) One sign and only one sign may be displayed on any one improved or unimproved (vacant lot) Property.
(b) The sign must be safely located on private property and, to comply with City of Palos Verdes Estates regulations, the closest edge of the sign shall be no closer than ten (10) feet from the curb, street, or edge of the street. The size of the sign so displayed shall be not larger than 18″ x 30″ with only one rider sign and no box attachment. The sign rider shall not be larger than 5″ x 18″. Sign frame must be a maximum of 2″ x 2″. Company colors will be allowed on sign and sign rider.
(c) The wording of the sign shall be limited to the following:
“For Sale” or “For Rent” or “For Lease”
Real Estate Broker’s or Owner’s Name
Internet Address or Other Address
One (1) Sign Rider (By Appointment Only, etc.)
(d) When a salesperson is in attendance, and only at such time, an arrow sign may be displayed on the outside of a home for sale, with the words “Open House”. Open house sign maximum is 12″ x 36″. Location to comply with subparagraph (b) above. Monday through Friday, arrow signs may only be displayed on the outside of a home for sale. Saturday and Sunday open house arrow signs may be displayed on the outside of a home for sale as well as other private property, with owner’s permission, leading to the property for sale.
(e) Overall height above ground shall not exceed thirty-six (36) inches for any sign displayed outside a structure.
(f) Real estate signs in compliance with this Section III shall be deemed to have obtained written permission of the Association and the Art Jury within the meaning of Article II, Section 1 of the Declaration. Any real estate sign that fails to comply with this section may be confiscated and the property owner may be fined.
SECTION IV. NON-COMMERCIAL SIGNS.
(a) One sign and only one noncommercial sign may be displayed on any one improved or unimproved (vacant lot) property.
(b) The sign must be safely located on private property and, to comply with City of Palos Verdes Estates regulations, the closest edge of the sign shall be no closer than ten (10) feet from the curb, street, or edge of the street.
(c) The size of the sign so displayed shall be not larger than 18″ x 30.” Sign frame must be a maximum of 2’ x 2’.
(d) Overall height above ground shall not exceed thirty-six (36) inches for any sign displayed outside a structure.
(e) No neon, electronic, or illuminated noncommercial signs are authorized.
SECTION V. TEMPORARY SIGNS. Temporary signs are commercial or noncommercial signs used only for advertising an event occurring on a specific date, including but not limited to an election, concert, or gathering. Temporary signs must be removed within three (3) days after the advertised event, or they may be confiscated, and the property owner may be fined.
SECTION VI. Nothing in this Regulation shall be construed as allowing obscenity, fighting words, false or misleading statements, or the display of any sign that endangers public health and safety.
SECTION VII. Nothing in this Regulation shall affect the erecting and displaying of street signs by the City of Palos Verdes Estates, or the County of Los Angeles, or standard directional signs and traffic control signs established by governmental traffic control bodies, or house numbers.
SECTION VIII. Signs which are not authorized by the provisions of this Regulation may be summarily removed. If a sign remains in place for three (3) days following written notice from the Association that such sign violates the Declaration, a daily fine in the amount then published on the Association’s fee and fine schedule may be imposed on the owner and/or occupant of the property.
SECTION IX. All previous regulations issued by the Association exercising its authority under the Declaration restricting and controlling the size, character, color, and locations of signs become ineffective upon approval of the Board of this Regulation.
SECTION X. The words “written” and “in writing” include digital communications.
SECTION XI. Approval of a sign by the Association does not constitute approval by any state, local, or other lawful authority with jurisdiction over the property
The undersigned, Savery Nash, Manager of the Association, certifies that the foregoing is a true copy of the regulation duly adopted by the Board of Directors of the Association at a meeting held on ___________, 2021. _________________
Please note/know, Palos Verdes Homes Association does not and will not discriminate on the basis of race (including protective hairstyles and hair texture), creed, color, ancestry, national origin, citizenship, immigration status, primary language, age, religion (including religious belief, observance, dress or grooming practices), disability (mental or physical), sex, sex stereotype, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, transgender status, genetic information or characteristics, marital status, familial status, registered domestic partner status, source of income, enrollment in any public assistance program, military or veteran status in any of its activities or operations. PVHA is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming community for all existing or prospective members, residents, staff, volunteers, and vendors. Similarly, the Association does not condone, endorse, or otherwise tolerate harassment, based on membership as part of a protected class, against its members, residents, or staff.
RESOLUTION NO. 190
RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE PALOS VERDES HOMES ASSOCIATION ADOPTING NEW ELECTION RULES
WHEREAS, Article III OF THE BY-LAWS OF PALOS VERDES HOMES ASSOCIATION states:
“The corporate powers of this corporation shall, except as otherwise provided herein, be vested in a Board of directors who shall be members of this corporation, and three shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business but a smaller number may adjourn from time to time.”
WHEREAS, The Palos Verdes Homes Association wishes to adopt rules for the nominating and electing Members to the Board of Directors;
WHEREAS, the Palos Verdes Homes Association has received and considered materials from Board Members; the Elections Committee formed at the request of the Board of Directors, and attorneys retained by the Board of Directors;
WHEREAS, for purposes of this Resolution, the term “Voting Year” refers to the calendar year before the year in which the Annual Meeting when Directors will be elected is held.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Directors of this corporation does establish and adopt the following rules for the conduct of nomination and election to the Board of Directors:
- Only a Member may be nominated for or serve on the Board of Directors.
- To appear on the ballot for the annual election to the Board of Directors, a Member must be nominated for a position on the Board of Directors. This requirement applies to all persons, including incumbents, who will appear on the ballot for annual election to the Board of Directors. Write-ins are not permitted.
- The only method of nomination for a position on the Board of Directors is by way of a Petition delivered to an officer of the corporation at the Palos Verdes Homes Association Offices requesting to have the name of a Member added to the ballot. The Petition will only be accepted if (a) it contains the names, addresses, and original handwritten signatures of at least 25 Palos Verdes Homes Association Members, and (b) is submitted on or before the first Monday in October of the Voting Year. No nominations will be accepted and no additional names may be added to a Petition after the close of business of the first Monday in October of the Voting Year. The Palos Verdes Homes Association will audit any Petition to determine the validity and authenticity of any names or signatures on a Petition.
- Votes must be cast by secret ballot and may be cast in person, by mail, or electronically in accordance with instructions provided by the Palos Verdes Homes Association. To preserve confidentiality, a Member may not be identified by name, address, or lot or parcel number on the ballot.
- Members who vote by mail or in person will use the following ballot procedures: (a) the completed ballot, which will not be signed by the Member, will be inserted into an envelope that is sealed; (b) That sealed envelope will be inserted into a second envelope that is sealed; this second envelope will have pre-printed on it at least the following information (i) the Member’s name(s), (ii) the address or separate interest that entitles the Member to vote in the election; and (iii) the name and address of the inspector of elections, which will tally the votes; (c) The Member must sign this second sealed envelope for purposes of potential verification; a ballot without a signature will not be counted. The Member is responsible for mailing the ballot or delivering it to a location specified by the Palos Verdes Homes Association for collecting ballots.
- Members who chose to vote electronically must follow the instructions provided with the ballot materials.
- Each parcel is entitled to only one vote, be it by in person, mail or electronic voting. Once submitted, a ballot cannot be changed or withdrawn. In any instance in which more than one ballot for a single parcel is submitted, the ballot first received(whether in person, mail, or electronically) will be counted, unless the inspector of elections (a) conclusively determines that the person submitting the first ballot was not entitled to do so; and (b) can identify the unauthorized ballot.
- The Bylaws of the Palos Verdes Homes Association provide for staggered terms. If candidates are not running for specific terms and a quorum is reached, then nominated candidates will be elected for terms based on the two highest vote getters filling terms of three years; assuming more than two vacancies exist, the next two highest vote getters filling terms of two years; and, assuming five vacancies exist, the fifth highest vote getter filling a term of one year.
PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED Sept 3, 2020
PALOS VERDES HOMES ASSOCIATION
CODE OF ETHICS AND CONFLICT-OF-INTEREST POLICY
Adopted on May 5, 2021
The following principles and guidelines constitute a code of conduct regarding ethics and conflicts of interest (referred to as the Code) that shall apply to each Board Member, Art Jury Member, Committee Member, Expert Advisor, officer, and employee (individually or collectively referred to as Association Leader(s)) serving the Palos Verdes Homes Association (Association):
I. Ethics for Association Leaders.
A. Association Leaders shall use their good faith best efforts at all times to make decisions that (1) represent the interests of the members of the Association, (2) are consistent with high principles, (3) protect and enhance the welfare and property values of the Association’s owners and residents, and (4) are not arbitrary or unreasonable.
B. Each Association Leader agrees to focus his or her efforts on the mission of the Association and to do nothing that would violate the trust of the Association’s members. Association Leaders agree to approach all Association issues with an open mind, prepared to make decisions that the Association Leader believes to be in the best interests of the entire Association.
C. Association Leaders shall not divulge to persons other than Board Members, the Association’s Board-approved professional advisers, and others whose work is essential to the work of the Board or Art Jury as a whole any information that is (1) received in confidence during executive sessions, (2) confidential or privileged information received by an Association Leader in the course of the exercise of the Association Leader’s right to inspect or copy books, records, and documents of the Association, (3) marked “confidential, or (4) received from the Association’s counsel.
D. Association Leaders shall protect the confidentiality of the personal lives of other Association Leaders, owners, residents, and employees.
E. No Association Leader may engage in any writing, publishing, or speech that defames or disparages any other Association Leader, owner, or resident of our community.
F. Association Leaders shall not interfere with the system of management established by the Board as a whole and the Association’s management personnel. Association Leaders will not harass, threaten, or attempt through any means to control, intimidate, extort, or instill fear in another Association Leader, owner, resident, management personnel, employee, or staff member.
G. When acting in a meeting of the full Board or committee, Association Leaders shall exercise only their official authority, except to the extent other specific authority has been delegated by the Board to that Association Leader. Association Leaders shall not interfere with any employees or contractors who are implementing their duties under a contract with the Association. All communications with employees or contractors must go through the Association or management personnel specifically authorized to conduct such communications.
H. The Directors must operate, make decisions, and act collectively as a Board. No single director has any power or authority to act individually or independently of the Board unless (1) the Board specifically grants, by a majority vote, an individual Director such authority or (2) the Association’s governing documents provide for such individual authority.
I. All language by Association Leaders and others present at meetings shall be considerate and professional. Personal attacks against other Association Leaders, owners, residents, or employees are not consistent with the best interests of the Association and are prohibited.
J. The Board and the Association will not tolerate the abuse of drugs, alcohol, or other substances by any Association Leader in circumstances that impair the Association Leader’s ability to perform his or her responsibilities.
K. It is understood that differences of opinion will occur. Such differences of opinion should be expressed in a clear and businesslike fashion. Directors are encouraged to accept the decision of the majority of the Board, and the undersigned acknowledges the finality of a Board vote on particular issues. Once an issue has been decided by a vote of the Board, the undersigned further acknowledges that he or she will not reintroduce the issue unless the Board Member has been asked by a member to further explore the issue, or the Board Member believes in good faith that there has been an intervening and substantial change in the underlying facts.
L. At the request of any Director, a Board Member’s vote shall be recorded in the minutes of both executive and regular session minutes. Minutes need not contain a detailed record of debate. If any Board Member feels that his or her vote or abstention requires explanation not included in the minutes, such Board Member may place the explanation in a letter or e-mail to the Association, requesting that it to be made a part of the minutes.
M. Each Association Leader has an affirmative duty to disclose to the Board and to Association members, in reasonable detail, any financial interest that the Association Leader or members of his or her immediate family have in any property, person, or entity that may become a party to a contract or transaction with the Association, using the template attached as Exhibit A. This includes but is not limited to every bid for work requiring approval from the Association (regardless of whether the bid is accepted, rejected, or expires), every contract for work requiring approval from the Association, any amount of compensation received from a person or entity engaged in work requiring approval from the Association, and every construction project requiring Association approval. The categories of matters requiring disclosure in this section are broader than what is required under the California Corporations Code, and not all items disclosed pursuant to this section M are required to be reported to the membership under Corporations Code section 8322.
N. Association Leaders shall not recommend or endorse any professionals to members for work on member property requiring approval by the Association. No services may be advertised at the Association’s offices or on Association websites. By way of example, no business cards for professional services requiring Association approval may be distributed by Association Leaders or from Association offices.
O. An Art Jury member’s financial interest or other involvement in a project requiring Association approval shall not cause delays in the Association’s approval process. If a quorum cannot be reached due to multiple conflicts of interest, or for any other reason, the Art Jury must, at the earliest possible opportunity, notify the President of the Association. The President, in furtherance of Section 6, Paragraph 2 of Article XVII of the Bylaws, may remove and replace one or more members of the Art Jury in order to ensure the Art Jury can meet and perform its duties in accordance with the Bylaws.
P. If an Association Leader owns or leases a property requiring Association approval, that Association Leader shall not seek or receive special treatment from any Association employee or Association Leader. All Association Leaders must receive equal treatment by the Association, be held to the same standard of compliance as every Association member, and execute a statement of compliance with all lawful provisions of the Association’s protective covenants, By-Laws, and Rules and Regulations, a copy of which is attached as Exhibit B.
Q. Board Members, Art Jury Members, and Committee Members shall not be absent from more than three properly noticed meetings in any calendar year, unless he or she has an excused absence.
R. All provisions in the governing documents relating to conflicts of interest and self-dealing, including but not limited to Declaration No. 1 and the Bylaws, are hereby incorporated by reference.
II. Conflicts of Interest.
A. No Association Leader may use his or her position for personal advantage or for the advantage of the Association Leader’s family members or friends or to enhance his or her financial status or the financial status of a family member or friend. Any direct or indirect financial interest that an Association Leader or an immediate family member of an Association Leader has in a contractor or supplier to the Association or other potential conflict of interest must be disclosed to the Board of Directors, and following that disclosure, any transaction or contract with the contractor or supplier to the Association must be approved by the disinterested Directors or by the Association’s members (as appropriate) before any such contract may be approved.
B. No Association Leader shall knowingly misrepresent any fact to anyone for the purpose of advancing a personal cause or influencing the owners or residents to place pressure on the Board to advance that Association Leader’s personal cause or agenda.
C. No Association Leader shall solicit or accept, directly or indirectly, any gift, gratuity, favor, entertainment, loan, or any other thing worth $50 or more during any fiscal year from any resident, contractor, supplier, or person who is seeking to obtain contractual or other business or financial relations with the Association.
D. Association Leaders shall not promise anything to any contractor, subcontractor, or supplier during negotiations unless approved by the Board as a whole. No Association Leader may seek to implement a contract that has not been duly approved by the Board, although it shall not be improper for an Association Leader to express his or her opinion on the merits of competing contract proposals or bids.
E. Directors, Art Jury Members and Committee Members shall at all times refrain from voting on or discussing with other Association Leaders any of the following matters:
1. Discipline of that Director, Art Jury Member or Committee Member;
2. An assessment against that Director, Art Jury Member or Committee Member for damage to the common areas;
3. A request by that Director, Art Jury Member or Committee Member for a payment plan for overdue assessments;
4. A decision whether to foreclose on a lien on the separate interest of that Director, Art Jury Member or Committee Member;
5. Review of a proposed physical change to the separate interest of the Director, Art Jury Member or Committee Member; or
6. Any matter in which that Director, Art Jury Member or Committee Member has a financial interest, including but not limited to matters involving a property for which, or member to whom, an Association Leader submitted a bid, entered into a contract, or received a referral fee or other compensation.
7. Any matter involving property located within 1,000 feet of property owned by the Association Leader. Association Leaders are responsible for verifying whether a property falls into this category before voting on a matter.
8. Any quasi-judicial matter in which that Association Leader cannot be a reasonably impartial, non-involved decisionmaker.
III. Procedure for Determining Violations of the Code; Possible Sanctions.
A. Each Association Leader shall be given a copy of this Code and shall be asked to sign a statement to the effect that he or she has been given a copy, has read it, and agrees to abide by it.
B. Complaint and Investigation.
1. Any member of the Association may report a perceived conflict of interest to the Board by submitting a complaint in writing via e-mail or mail detailing the facts of the perceived conflict. The complaint may be submitted anonymously. The complaint will be reviewed by the Board during executive session no later than sixty days after receipt, at which point the Board will decide whether investigate the complaint.
2. An investigation will be initiated if the Board, by majority vote, finds that the complaint is credible. “Credible” means a complaint that on its face appears to be a violation, and sufficient information is provided to enable an investigation of the complaint. An allegation made without facts, witnesses, or evidentiary support will not be investigated.
3. The Board will appoint two Board Members who are not involved in the alleged violation to work with Association counsel to investigate the complaint. Within ten days of the initiation of the investigation, the investigation committee will create an investigation plan including but not limited to:
a) Summary of the issues being investigated and identification of suspected violation
b) Date range of alleged violation(s)
c) Relevant witnesses
d) Sources of evidence—including e-mails, Association records, witnesses, and public records
f) Potential interviews
4. The investigation committee will use best efforts to complete the investigation and produce a report to the Board within 30 days of initiation of the investigation. The report must contain findings supported by evidence demonstrating why a violation has or has not occurred. At the first scheduled executive session Board meeting following issuance of the report, outside of the presence of the alleged violator, the Board will vote to determine whether a conflict of interest as described in this Code, the Association’s governing documents, or by law is suspected to exist based on the report. If the Board determines that such conflict is suspected based on the report, then the Board shall proceed with a hearing as set forth in section (C).
1. The Board shall notify the alleged violator of a hearing to be held in a properly noticed executive session of the Board (described on the agenda as a personnel matter) at least 10 days before the date of the hearing. The notice shall state the nature of the alleged violation and/or conflict of interest and the date, time, and place of the executive session hearing.
2. At the hearing, the Board shall permit the accused Association Leader to present evidence and make argument on the issues. Provided that the Association Leader has given the Board written notice at least 5 days before the date of the hearing that the Association Leader intends to be represented by counsel, counsel may also appear.
3. After the Association Leader is heard and excused, the Board shall deliberate, and if a majority of the Directors so deliberating finds a violation of the Code (or a conflict of interest as otherwise provided by law or the Association’s governing documents), the Board shall determine appropriate sanctions to be imposed, if any. Such sanctions may include but are not limited to a warning, private censure, public censure, removal of a Committee Member, removal of an Art Jury Member, removal of an appointed Director from office, denying a Director access to executive sessions and confidential materials for a specified period of time not to exceed 6 months, and/or a petition for removal of a Director from the Board. The judgment of the Board (“Judgment”) , which shall include a statement of the facts on which it bases its decision, shall be sent to the accused Association Leader within 10 days after the date of the hearing, and any discipline shall take effect no sooner than 5 days after the ruling is sent to the Association Leader.
D. Appeal and Binding Arbitration. Any Association Leader wishing to appeal a Judgment under Section III(C)(3) must submit the matter to binding arbitration in Los Angeles County, California within 60 days of mailing of the Judgment. The arbitration shall be administered by JAMS pursuant to JAMS’ Streamlined Arbitration Rules and Procedures. Judgment by the arbitrator may be entered in any court having jurisdiction. The prevailing party may recover reasonable attorney’s fees. The arbitrator shall not award any incidental, indirect or consequential damages, including damages for lost profits.
IV. Review and Execution; Copies.
A. Each Association Leader shall be given a copy of this Code to review and execute, indicating his or her agreement to abide by its provisions, including the propriety of the possible sanctions described above. In the case of a Director or Art Jury Member, refusal to execute a copy of the Code after election or appointment may be published to the membership of the Association. Copies of the signed Code shall be kept with the minutes of the Association.
B. In case of uncertainty as to the meaning of any provisions in this document, the Board shall interpret the same and such interpretation shall be final and conclusive upon all interested parties.
C. If any provision of this Code, or the application of it to any party or circumstance, is held void, invalid, or unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, the remainder of this Code, and the application of such provision to other parties or circumstances, shall not be affected thereby, the provisions of this Code being severable in any such instance.
I, the undersigned, acknowledge receipt of the Code; by my signature on the date indicated below, I agree to abide by the Code; and I acknowledge the propriety of the possible sanctions for violation of the Code set forth in paragraph III(C)(3) above. I agree to update and execute this document annually for as long as I serve as an Association Leader, and will provide an updated conflicts disclosure within ten days of the occurrence of any new conflict.
|Date: May 5, 2021||
_ _[Signature]_ _
_ _[Typed name]_ _
DISCLOSURES OF FINANCIAL INTERESTS AND POTENTIAL CONFLICTS
- Name of Association Leader (or immediate family member) with financial interest:
- Type of financial interest: Bid, Contract, Referral Fee, Other (describe)
- Address of Property(s) associated with financial interest
- Name of Member(s) associated with financial interest
- Date of creation of financial interest
THIS FORM MUST BE PROVIDED TO PVHA WITH A COPY TO PVHA COUNSEL WITHIN TEN DAYS OF THE CREATION OF ANY NEW CONFLICT OR POTENTIAL CONFLICT
THIS FORM WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE TO ANY MEMBER OF PVHA UPON REQUEST
 The prohibition on discussion with other Association Leaders does not include Board hearings affecting that Association Leader or applications for an Association Leader’s own property. The prohibition is intended to prevent a conflicted Association Leader from influencing any decision in which he or she has a conflict, but is not intended to interfere with an Association Leader’s ability to defend him or herself or apply for Association approvals for his or her own property.