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In order to insure that all requests
and recommendations from the Mallard Bay community receive timely and proper
consideration from the Board of Directors, members are requested to use this
form on which to write their recommendations. Completed forms can be given
to any member of the Board.
This is a legally binding document,
on file with Northumberland County. It covers declarations, protective
covenants and architectural guidelines and may be amended only upon a majority
vote of the general membership.
This document consists of Attachments
A and B to the MBPOA Covenants. Attachment A specifies controls, restrictions
and guidelines for construction on and maintenance of lots in the community.
Attachment B is a table listing lots by number including acreage of each lot,
type of lot and minimum square footage of houses which may be built on the lot.
This document covers the
organization and functioning of the Mallard Bay Property Owners' Association,
its Board of Directors and committees. It may be amended by a majority
vote of the general membership.
This document covers day-to-day rules
pertaining to Mallard Bay including, but not limited to: Membership in
MBPOA, amenities and common areas, pool, clubhouse, pier and
marina, dogs and other pets, motor vehicles and complaint procedures.
The rules may be amended by the MBPOA Board of Directors. The following
wording was approved by the Mallard Bay Board in 2015 to summarize the intent of
the MBPOA Rules:
"The use of Mallard Bay
amenities and common areas is strictly limited to MBPOA members, their
immediate families, and guests accompanied by or visiting in the home
of a member or in possession of a guest pass provided by the member.
Other persons using Mallard Bay
properties will be considered trespassers and face possible
Early in 2016, the MBPOA Board of
Directors formed a committee to look into the state of repair and possible
action to take in maintaining the various hiking trails and their attendant
facilities in Mallard Bay. After meeting with interested members of the
community, assessing the physical layout of the trail, and determining costs,
the committee came up with a thorough report outlining a variety of options and
making suggestions for future action.
These requirements have been
developed to ensure compliance with the Mallard Bay
Covenants. They are
in addition to, and do not replace, county, state and other government
requirements. Please give a copy of them to your contractor before you
sign a contract. The property owner is responsible for any violations of
the covenants or these requirements by the contractor. The Architectural
Review Committee may impose penalties for violations of the covenants.
This document outlines step-by-step,
the process of gaining Architectural Review Committee approval for a project.
This document specifies what type of
plant life, its condition and other circumstances under which you may and may
not remove from your lot.
Use this form to reserve the
community clubhouse for a private function.
Use this form to request rental of a
boat slip or kayak/canoe rack space at the Mallard Bay community dock.
Current guidance on recycling in
When a contract for the sale of a
Mallard Bay property is ratified, it becomes the seller's
responsibility to provide a Homeowners' Association Packet to the purchaser.
To order a Packet, the seller should mail a $50.00 check (made out to MBPOA)
with a written request to MBPOA, PO Box 87, Heathsville, VA 22473.
Allow 14 days for preparation. If you have any questions, you may contact
Jeanne Widenmyer - 804-580-5780.
If you have an item or items in the
RV lot, you must fill out a registration form for the item(s) and return the
form to Sharon Hunt at her home address or as an attachment to an
email at email@example.com.