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Rules and Regulations

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Rules and Regulations A. Member and Guest Identification

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B. Vehicle and Traffic Regulations

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C. Swimming, Pool, and Deck Regulations

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D. Marina Regulations

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E. Boat Storage and Docking

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F. Fishing Regulations

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G. Tennis Courts

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H. Outside Basketball Court

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I. Facility Use Regulations

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J. Facility Rental Regulations

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K. Greenspace Regulations

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L. Shenandoah Riding Center

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M. Camping

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N. Pets

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O. Refuse and Litter

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P. Hunting, Firearms and Fireworks

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Q. Enforcement of Rules and Regulations

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R. Dispute Resolution and Grievance Procedure

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S. Arbitration Procedures

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T. Failure to Comply with Emergency Directions

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U. Unauthorized Use of a GTA Member List

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V. Leasing Regulations

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RULES AND REGULATIONS A. Member and Guest Identification and Access 1. Each lot/living unit shall be entitled to six (6) proximity cards at no charge. This number is subject to change by the Board of Directors. Additional proximity cards are available for sale for an annual fee established by the Board of Directors; however, at no time shall the total number of proximity cards for any lot/living unit exceed ten (10). Lost or damaged proximity cards will be cancelled and may be replaced at a fee established by the Board of Directors. (Special Note: For multiple owners on a lot/living unit, proximity cards will be distributed to the first owner who annually applies for them.)

2. If available, a photo of each owner (as defined in the Covenants and Restrictions and Bylaws) and his or her spouse may be added to the proximity card. For the purposes of this Rule, “spouse” shall mean a party to a marriage or civil union recognized by the State of Illinois. Photos are not required on proximity cards.

3. A daily guest fee may be charged for a temporary pass for those individuals who are guests of a member and do not have a proximity card. Children age 5 and under may enter without a proximity card or temporary pass. This temporary pass includes entry to all Association amenities. Guests must be authorized by a member. 4.

Access to Association amenities is permitted by use of a valid Association issued proximity card or temporary guest pass. Any person (excluding children age 5 and under) using or visiting a GTA amenity must produce a valid proximity card or temporary guest pass as authorization to access, whenever requested by any GTA employee. Any person unable or unwilling to produce a valid proximity card or temporary guest pass when requested shall be escorted from the amenity and subject to a fine. Management shall have discretion to grant individual or blanket authorization when in management’s opinion it is impractical to issue and require that every visitor or guest on GTA property possess a valid proximity card or temporary guest pass.

B. Vehicle and Traffic Regulations 1. Each vehicle (car, truck, motorcycle, motor home, etc.) shall be registered annually with the Association office. The owner shall supply the Association with appropriate information about their vehicles. 2. Each lot or living unit is authorized up to six (6) vehicle decals. Temporary vehicle passes are available for those individuals who are guests of a member. Temporary vehicle passes must be authorized by a member. Unless otherwise authorized by management, vehicle passes are required at all amenities. Any vehicle without an appropriate decal permanently affixed to the front windshield or without a temporary vehicle pass prominently displayed may be ticketed by the Security Department. 3. The use of off-road vehicles, including trail bikes, all-terrain cycles, mini-bikes, etc., is prohibited on greenspace, trails, and other lands owned by the Association. Such vehicles may be used on the roads in the Galena Territory only in accordance with state and local highway traffic regulations including the licensing of both the vehicle and driver.

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4. Snowmobiles are prohibited on the trail system or any other Association-owned lands, Lake Galena, the Golf Courses, ski trails owned by Eagle Ridge Inn and Resort, and private property (including lots). Snowmobiling is allowed only on the easements of public roads as provided for in state statute. All snowmobiles must be registered with the Association office and identified with lot and unit numbers. Numerals will be given to the member upon completion of the snowmobile registration and payment of a fee at the Association office. The operation of any snowmobile shall be permitted from sunrise to sunset only. 5. Habitual parking of commercial vehicles and/or recreational vehicles (campers, boats, snowmobiles, horse trailers, etc.) on any lot, adjacent parking area, or roadway is prohibited. 6. The Galena Territory is a residential area and drivers should keep this in mind while operating a motor vehicle in the Territory. Be watchful for children at play, bicyclists, joggers, and other roadside activity which may cause a risk. Keep speeds to a minimum, well below any limits or standards.

C. Swimming Pool, and Deck Regulations 1. General Regulations a. An adult (18 years of age or older) must supervise children less than twelve (12) years of age at all Association facilities. b. All Association members and their guests will comply with the rules and regulations of the State of Illinois, Department of Public Health. c.

Running or unsafe activity in the pool area is prohibited. Violators will be asked to leave the pool area if such activity persists. Lifeguards, security, management, and staff supervisors have authority in such matters.

d. Breakable items are prohibited in the pools, deck, and locker rooms. e. Persons with athlete’s foot, open sores, or similar skin conditions are prohibited from the pool, deck, and locker rooms for obvious health reasons. f.

Proximity cards or guest passes are used to access the amenities. Children age 5 and under do not require a proximity card or guest pass. Guests should be prepared to produce access credentials upon request. Anyone entering the amenities without a proximity card or guest pass is subject to fine.

g. Eating food, drinking and gum chewing, are permitted in the fenced-in area adjacent to the snack bar café and prohibited on the pool deck. h. The Galena Territory Association is not responsible for any lost or stolen items.

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Smoking or carrying a lighted cigarette, cigar or pipe, or using an alternative nicotine product known as an e-cigarette in any GTA facility and upon any attached deck including the pool deck, social hall deck and deck adjacent to the snack bar, is prohibited.

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Carry-in of alcoholic beverages is prohibited.

Locker Rooms a. Swimmers are encouraged to shower each time prior to leaving the locker room and entering the pool.

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b. Due to potential theft, persons are encouraged to bring a padlock to protect their valuables left in the locker room. c.

All locks must be removed from lockers by the close of business each day. Locks remaining on lockers after the close of business will be forcibly removed and contents secured.

3. Pools a. Proper swimming attire is required; “cut-off jeans” and thongs are not allowed. b. Diving is prohibited. c.

Inflatable toys, balls, and other toys are prohibited except as authorized by the lifeguard.

d. An adult (18 years of age or older) must supervise children less than twelve (12) years of age at all Association facilities. e. The pools may be closed by the lifeguards, security, or management due to inclement weather. The outdoor pools will not open if the forecasted temperature does not exceed 70 degrees. The outdoor pool will remain open during overcast days if the temperature is 70 degrees or above. f.

Objectionably loud radio noise is prohibited. Lifeguards will control the noise level.

g. Pool Slide Rules (Manufacturer’s Recommendations) – Rider must be laying down with feet and arms crossed. Enter pool feet first. 1. The water slide is intended for children ages 5 to 12 2. Parents and/or guardians shall supervise their children when they are using the water slide. 3. Metal objects such as keys, jewelry, watches, eye glasses, metal snaps or zippers are not allowed on the slide. 4. Only one rider to enter the flume at a time. Never form chains. 5. Riders must wait for the attendant’s start signal before entering the flume. 6. Keep arms and hands inside the flume at all times. 7. Do not run, dive, stand, kneel, rotate or stop in the slide. 8. At the end of the slide, obey all instructions by attendant and exit the pool quickly. 9. Do not block the end of the slide. 10. No swimming allowed in the splash down area. 11. Strong swimming ability required, non-swimmers not permitted. 12. Violation of any of the rules may result in immediately removal from the complex. h. Horseplay is prohibited. i.

Do not hang or sit on rope or ladders.

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Please keep area in front of backboards open.

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Please do not distract lifeguards.

4. Decks a. Only clean footwear is allowed on the pool decks.

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b. Sunbathing is permitted on the pool deck, but swimming is prohibited unless a lifeguard is present. Nude sunbathing is prohibited. c.

Pets are prohibited in the pool area and from being tied to the pool fence.

d. Running on the decks is prohibited.

5. Marina Park a.

Swimming is prohibited in Lake Galena and below the spillway area. Diving into Lake Galena from rocks, trees, boats, etc., is prohibited.

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Bonfires, pets, and breakable objects are prohibited in the park.

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Please keep the beach and park clean—avoid littering.

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Only Association vehicles are permitted in the park.

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Specific rules posted in the park are to be followed.

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Fishing is permitted from the shoreline.

D. Marina Regulations

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The Marina will be open daily from May through September and on weekends in October (weather permitting). Hours are published and subject to change.

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Only watercraft owned, registered, and titled by property owners are allowed on Lake Galena except those owned and operated by the resort owner at the docks located directly below Eagle Ridge Inn. All watercraft and trailers must be registered with the Association office before entering onto the waters of Lake Galena. Members will pay a fee and affix the appropriate unit and lot numerals to their watercraft and trailers.

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Docking at the launch area is not permitted except to load and unload. Docking boats and canoes on the shoreline or mooring boats on the lake overnight is prohibited.

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Launching of any boat or canoe will be from the Marina launch area only. Members who trailer their boats for use in Lake Galena must pay an annual ramp fee.

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The waters of Lake Galena are under the jurisdiction of the State of Illinois, Department of Natural Resources. Members may be fined by the DNR Police Officers if they are not in compliance with state fishing and boating statutes.

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Boating on Lake Galena is limited to small boats without motors, such as sailboats, rowboats, and canoes and kayaks, and to boats driven by electric or gasoline motors with 10 or less horsepower. Motorized and non-motorized personal water craft (Jet ski, water mouse, paddle boards, wind surfing boards, tubes, or similar craft) are prohibited.

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Pontoon boats owned by Association members are limited to a maximum length of 18 feet on Lake Galena. All other watercraft owned by association members are limited to a maximum length of 21 feet on Lake Galena.

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Guest boats are not allowed on Lake Galena.

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Please be courteous to your fellow boat users, especially those in sailboats and canoes. Give right-of-way to sailboats. Lake Galena is a “no-wake” lake.

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10. The catch size and limits are subject to rules set down by the State of Illinois, Department of Natural Resources, as well as the Galena Territory Association. Please note the appropriate posted limits. The GTA promotes “catch and release.”

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Boat Storage and Docking

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Boat and canoe storage is available in the fenced area at the Marina. a. Members shall make written application and pay an annual storage fee. Upon payment a storage decal will be affixed to the boat or canoe by the Association staff. b. Failure to pay the annual fee will result in the Association taking the appropriate legal action including the removal of your boat from the GTA storage pen. c.

Each numbered spot is to be used only for the boat identified for its use. Regarding fishing boats, a maximum of one additional boat may be stored in any individually assigned space for a reduced fee. The owner shall provide a copy of the current registration for each boat.

d. Renters are responsible for providing their own tie-downs. e. The storage pen will be open dawn to dusk from April 1 to October 31—at other times; it will be opened by permission of the office or the Security Department.

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In-water docking is available at the Marina. a. Upon receipt of the written application and annual rental fee, a numbered docking decal will be affixed to the boat by the Association staff. b. Failure to pay the annual fee will terminate all rights of any such property owner. The Association reserves the right to dispose of any water craft not picked up by its owner after thirty (30) days notice to the property owner previously holding the right to use said dock. c.

If a property owner does not house a watercraft in the dock for one full season, the rights to the use of that dock shall terminate.

d. There is only one boat per slip and only that boat identified on the application is allowed in that slip. The owner shall provide a copy of the current registration for each boat. e. All boats must be removed from the water by December 1. Failure to remove a boat will result in the loss of docking privileges the following year. f.

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Property owners are not allowed to transfer the right to use said docking facility to another other property owner as of September 27, 2006.

Any open boats (fishing boats, sailboats and canoes) are required to have either a tented cover or a functioning battery operated bilge pump. a. Boats put in the water without one of those items will be removed from the water and placed in dry storage. There will be a fee for removal and subsequent storage fees will apply on a pro-rated basis. b. If the boat has the appropriate equipment but it fails to operate properly the boat will be pumped out, subject to a nominal fee, and the owner shall have two weeks to bring the boat into compliance. After the third pumping the boat will be removed form the water for a fee. Subsequent storage fees will apply on a pro-

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rated basis. If fees are not paid before the start of the next boating season, the dock space will be forfeited. 4. The Association is not responsible for loss of or damage to any watercraft or equipment.

F. Fishing Regulations

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The waters of Lake Galena are statutorily controlled by the State of Illinois, Department of Natural Resources. Any fisherman without the appropriate fishing license is subject to a fine by the DNR Police Officers.

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Local fishing regulations are posted at various locations around the lake.

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The use of set (trout) lines, jugs, bottles, and box traps is prohibited in Lake Galena.

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Fishing is prohibited from the docks at the Marina and from the spillway. Fishing is permitted from the shoreline, including the dam, as well as along the stream below the dam and spillway.

G. Tennis Courts

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Persons wishing to use the tennis courts must have an amenity tag or an appropriate pass.

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Please register for court times at the Association office by telephone or in person for the Owners’ Club courts and at the Marina (when open) for the Marina courts.

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A two-hour limit per court is required unless demand is heavy. In that case, a one-hour limit is in force.

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Only tennis or gym shoes are permitted on the courts—street shoes are prohibited.

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Players are required to stay outside the fence when awaiting their turn to play.

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Play begins and ends on the full hour regardless of when players commenced to play.

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Hanging on the nets is prohibited.

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Please keep the courts clean; use the refuse containers provided.

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Sportsmanship is required—help others by retrieving tennis balls that may go outside the court area.

10. Pets are prohibited from the courts and from being tied to the fence. 11. Players must be appropriately attired and are required to wear shirts at all times. 12. The Galena Territory is a family place. Please avoid profanity and vulgarities. 13. Skateboarding, rollerblading and skating are prohibited on the tennis courts. H. Outside Basketball Court

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Persons wishing to use the outside basketball court must have an amenity tag or an appropriate pass.

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Only tennis or gym shoes are permitted on the courts—street shoes are prohibited.

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Keep the courts clean; use the refuse containers provided.

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Pets are prohibited from the courts and from being tied to the fence.

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Players must be appropriately attired and required to wear shirts at all times.

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Please avoid profanity and vulgarities.

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These facilities are for the use and enjoyment of the entire membership. Please limit use and share the facility if demand is heavy.

I. Facility Use Regulations

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General Regulations a. Smoking or carrying a lighted cigarette, cigar or pipe, or using an alternative nicotine product known as an e-cigarette in any GTA facility and upon any attached deck including the pool deck, social hall deck and deck adjacent to the snack bar, is prohibited. b. Firearms of any kind are prohibited in the Pool/Recreation Complex. The Pool/Recreation Complex is defined as any area within the complex including adjacent deck areas normally accessed through the double doors adjacent to the snack bar by use of a proximity card.

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Gym Regulations a. Swimmers with wet swim suits are prohibited on the gym floor. b. Street shoes and other non-athletic shoes are prohibited on the gym floor. c.

Persons wishing to use the gym must have an amenity tag or an appropriate pass.

d. Each group will be limited to use of the gym when others are waiting. Scheduled Association activities will be the exception. e. Pets are prohibited in the gym. f.

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Skateboarding, rollerblading or skating is prohibited on the gym floor or any other areas inside of the building.

Lounge Regulations a. During normal operating hours, no group may occupy the lounge for more than two (2) hours to the extent that they unreasonably interfere with the rights or enjoyment of the other members. If the facility is rented for a private party please return at another time. For rental of the lounge, contact the Association office. b. The kitchen area, tables, and chairs are to be left clean and orderly. c.

All refuse must be disposed of in the proper containers.

d. Swimmers in wet swim suits are not permitted in the lounge. e. Pets are prohibited in the lounge. f.

After using the electric range, please turn it off.

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g. After using the fireplace, and when the fire is extinguished, be sure to close the damper. h. Laying down on the furniture is prohibited. i.

Food preparation shall be limited exclusively to the kitchen.

3. Pavilion a. During normal operating hours, no group may occupy the pavilion for more than two (2) hours to the extent that they unreasonably interfere with the rights or enjoyment of the other members. If the facility is rented for a private party please return at another time. For rental of the pavilion, contact the Association office. b. The picnic tables should be left clean and orderly. c.

Pets are prohibited in the pavilion.

d. Dispose of all refuse in the containers provided.

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Social Hall a. During normal operating hours, no group may occupy the social hall for more than two (2) hours to the extent that they unreasonably interfere with the rights or enjoyment of the other members. If the facility is rented for a private party please return at another time. For rental of the social hall, contact the Association office. b. Swimmers in wet swimsuits are prohibited in the Social Hall. c.

Pets are prohibited in the Social Hall.

5. Game Room a. Swimmers in wet swimsuits are prohibited in the Game Room. b.

Pets are prohibited in the Game Room.

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Please avoid profanity and vulgarities.

d. All refuse must be disposed of in the proper containers. e. These facilities are for the use and enjoyment of the entire membership. Please limit use and share the facility if demand is heavy.

J. Facility Rental Regulations 1. The Association will make available to individual members the opportunity to rent some of the amenities for parties and gatherings. The facilities available for rent are the Pavilion, Marina Lounge, Paddock Lounge, Owners’ Club Lounge, and Social Hall. Each rental will require a damage deposit. The rental fee and terms are established by the Board of Directors and are subject to change. 2. Any group of ten (10) or more persons requesting use of the facilities must register in writing at the Association office with at least 14 days notice.

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3. In order to rent a facility, complete the appropriate application and forward it to the GTA office along with the appropriate rental fee and damage deposit. Specific rules and regulations have been established for each amenity. 4. Facilities are not available for rental on the following holidays: New Year’s Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve Day, and Christmas Day. Only the Social Hall is available for rent on Memorial Day weekend, 4th of July (and weekend if applicable), and Labor Day weekend. 5. The gym and game room are not available for exclusive use. The only exception is for Association-sponsored events. The pool and deck may be available for exclusive use after hours and then only under specific conditions.

K. Greenspace Regulations 1. Except for the trail system, the greenspace are to be left in their natural state except as approved by the Greenspace Committee for restoration projects. Some greenspace may be retained for the growing and mowing of hay to preserve the rural character of the property. 2. Included in some of the greenspace is the trail system which is to be used for hiking and horseback riding, and, where appropriate, cross-country skiing. Some trails are not conducive to cross country skiing due to the terrain. A trail map booklet is available to all members which makes note of trail rules and specific trail situations. 3. Cutting of trees or altering the greenspace in any way is prohibited except as granted by the GTA Greenspace Committee in writing upon final approval by the GTA Manager or his designee. In emergencies, the GTA manager can approve removal of trees, such as when trees have fallen or are about to fall onto adjacent structures or driveways. Anyone cutting trees on the greenspace or altering the greenspace without written approval may be fined and will be required to return the area to its original condition. 4. Property owners who are interested in helping to retain or enhance the natural character of the greenspace must submit a written proposal to the Greenspace Committee for approval before any modifications can be made. A property owner who submits an approved proposal would be designated a site steward for that particular area of the greenspace and would become the main contact with the GTA for implementing the proposal. Instructions for writing and implementing proposals can be obtained at the GTA office. 5. Property owners are prohibited from building on, adding to, or storing personal possessions (including boats and other recreational vehicles) on the greenspace. 6. Property owners may mow small areas of greenspace contiguous to their property upon written permission of the manager.

L. Shenandoah Riding Center 1. Smoking or carrying a lighted cigarette, cigar or pipe, or using an alternative nicotine product known as an e-cigarette in any GTA facility and upon any attached deck including the pool deck, social hall deck and deck adjacent to the snack bar, is prohibited. 2. Please contact the Riding Center office for a copy of specific rules for use of the facility, trails, and arena.

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M. Camping 1. Camping is prohibited in the Galena Territory with the exception of camping in selfcontained recreational vehicles/trailers in the designated camping area at the Shenandoah Riding Center during scheduled events. Campers will abide by all rules and regulations of the Association or be ordered to leave the premises. N. Pets 1. Pets, other than service animals trained to assist people with disabilities accompanying a disabled person, are prohibited in or near the pool area, any posted area prohibiting pets, the Owner’s Club, and Marina Building. 2. No animal, except the usual household pets, shall be kept or maintained on any lot in the development unless specifically allowed by the Supplemental Declarations. Pets not confined to the premises of the owner shall at all other times be securely confined, leashed or under control of the owner or another responsible person. Pets found roaming or running at large outside the owner’s property unleashed and not under control of the owner or other responsible person, subjects the owners of the pets to fines approved by the Board of Directors.

O. Refuse and Litter 1. Members and guests are expected to keep The Galena Territory free of refuse and litter that should be deposited in the appropriate receptacles located throughout The Territory. Roadside dumping and littering is prohibited by law. Littering in The Galena Territory is subject to fine by the Association. 2. There is no curbside pickup in The Galena Territory. Do not place refuse at the edge of the road in a container or plastic bag unless you have made prior arrangements with a collection service. 3. There are two refuse collection centers, located on Mount Hope Road and Brodrecht Road. Members are encouraged to use the full-service facility at Mount Hope Road, which has a compactor, recycling and the capability to accept oversized items. 4. Access to the refuse centers is permitted by use of a valid proximity card or guest pass. 5. Improper use of refuse collection facilities is subject to fine. 6. Mount Hope Refuse Center operation: a. Open daily from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m. b. Place all non-recyclable refuse items that fit through the compactor door into the compactor.  If the compactor is in the process of cycling, please wait for the process to stop before opening the door.  Close the door securely after placing refuse inside. c. Place all refuse in a receptacle, not on the ground. d. Large items such as televisions, appliances, furniture and tires will be accepted on Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. A fee will be charged for each item. Special arrangements for a pickup for large items at your home may also be arranged with the refuse collection contractor. 7. Brodrecht Refuse Center operation: a. Open daily from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m. b. If dumpsters are filled to overflowing, please use the Mount Hope location. c. Place all refuse in a receptacle, not on the ground. d. Large items such as televisions, appliances, furniture and tires will only be accepted at the Mount Hope location.

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8. Recycling a. Cardboard recycling is available at the Mount Hope location only. Cardboard must be emptied and flattened. Packing supplies must be placed in the compactor. b. Recycling guidelines:  Sorting is not required.  Recyclables must be loose.  Plastic, glass, aluminum and tin must be clean.  Newspapers and magazines should not be bundled 9. Building materials are banned from all refuse center sites. All waste generated on construction sites shall be contained in an on-site dumpster that when filled will be removed to a proper landfill. 10. No such other wastes shall be disposed of in any Association-owned dumpster or at any Association-owned dumpster site. 11. Townhouse and condominium associations have their own collection sites that are for exclusive use by their members only. 12. Gasoline and refuse may not be dumped in the lake or on the lakeshore. 13. Landscape waste a. Anyone contemplating burning items such as landscape waste is directed to notify the Security Department PRIOR to burning so that no false alarms are submitted. b. Landscape waste is defined as any vegetable or plant refuse including trees, tree trimmings, branches, stumps, weeds, leaves, grass, shrubbery and yard trimmings. The burning of landscape waste can occur only on the land where the waste was generated, under atmospheric conditions that will readily dissipate contaminants, and in such a way as to not create a visibility hazard to roadways or endanger neighboring properties. c. All burning of landscape waste shall be properly supervised by the owner or the owners’ designee. d. No burning shall take place after dusk.

P. Hunting, Firearms, and Fireworks 1. No hunting or trapping is permitted in the Galena Territory except as authorized by the Board of Directors. The entire area is posted. 2. No firearms, fireworks, slingshots, bows and arrows, crossbows, or any other devices designed to propel a projectile, such as BB guns, pellet guns, or air pistols, may be discharged within the Galena Territory unless first authorized by the General Manager or Board of Directors. The General Manager or Board of Directors may authorize the use of such devices when, in their opinion, such use is necessary or warranted to accomplish a desired objective.

Q. Enforcement of Rules and Regulations 1. The Board of Directors has adopted and published rules, regulations, and policies governing the use of the Common Properties and facilities, and the personal conduct of any person thereon, and may at its discretion, suspend the rights of or fine any person for violation of such rules, regulations, and policies for a period not to exceed 30 days. 2. Property owners shall be responsible for their family members, tenants, servants, pets, guests, and invitee’s compliance with GTA Rules and Regulations. Property owners shall also be responsible for the payment of any fines levied as a result of a violation of the GTA Rules and Regulations by an owner, an owner’s family member, tenants,

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servants, pets, guests, and invitees.

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Dispute Resolution and Grievance Procedure

Any claim or controversy between The Galena Territory Association, Inc. and any Member which arises out of or relates to the ownership and use of property in The Galena Territory shall be submitted to the Dispute Resolution and Arbitration Procedures Policy prescribed by the Board of Directors.” S. Payment Vouchers The Board of Directors shall establish a Purchasing Policy that will include a method of approving payment vouchers. T. Failure to Comply with Emergency Directions 1. Any person who willfully fails to comply with the directions of GTA Security personnel or another GTA employee assigned to carry out emergency procedures put into place by the General Manager or his/her designee to safeguard life and property in an emergency situation, shall be subject to a fine of $1,000.

U. Unauthorized Use of a GTA Member List 1. Any member who utilizes the GTA member list for reasons other than the board approved proper purpose for which said list was released, shall be subject to a fine up to $10,000 per occurrence. Nothing in this rule shall preclude the GTA’s right to pursue any other remedies against such member available under law or contract.

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Leasing Regulations 1. Any owner leasing their property for a period of longer than 6 months shall deliver a copy of the signed lease to the Association or if the lease is oral, a memorandum of the lease, not later than the date of occupancy or 10 days after the lease is signed, whichever occurs first.

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