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Old 07-05-2019, 08:17 AM
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For all our benefits please publish the request you submitted to the ARC that allowed a hedge barrier so the rest of us can site you as the example since I was rejected for that. You know like how to write a proper grant request.
Here ya go. Good luck.
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Old 07-05-2019, 08:17 AM
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As I sit, I’m looking at about a 6’ tall hedge row that my back yard neighbor planted on his golf course lot. I see hedge rows everywhere!
Totally agree but did they get permission from the ARC ? You also know the system - if they didn't get permission a troll can blow them in and down they come independent of who or when they where planted.

My request was for a hedge row of bushes along my property line.
I was willing to space as far back from the line as the ARC seen fit (I have an exceptionally large lot). Rejected, no barriers between properties. They allowed me to plant bushes such that spacing would be no less than 5 feet between limbs and maintain that spacing at maturity plus to be trimmed no more than four feet high. They even went as far as to say that the spacing would allow for a person to walk through. I pointed out that was the very reason for my request. To stop people from cutting across my property to go to the swimming pool. I pointed out the fact that it was my way to stop trespassing without creating neighbor wars. Their response - priceless. Trespassing is a civic matter for local authorities and not the responsibility of the ARC.
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Old 07-05-2019, 08:53 AM
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Here ya go. Good luck.
Thanks for the reply - here is my rejection for a hedge row. Maybe there is a difference that allows screening like for a lanai Vs a hedge row between properties I.E. a fence which is where this thread started.

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Old 07-05-2019, 10:10 AM
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Hello to all my future neighbors in TV!! Greatly looking forward to joining you all in the greatest retirement community in America sometime in the next couple years. Currently the only homes in TV offering fully fenced yards are CYV’s and Verandas. My question is this: Do you think there will ever be a point in the future that the fencing used on Verandas and CYV’s will become an option on designer homes in new neighborhoods and would you be in favor of allowing fencing like that if it was offered in only a couple very elegant approved styles?
No one can predict the future. But, I would offer that anyone buying here with the hope of building a fence in the future will be likely be disappointed.
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