WELCOME TO PINE RUN CONDOMINIUM General Information for Owners, Tenants and Guests
(Link to the complete text of Pine Run Rules at the bottom of this page.)
USE OF UNITS AND COMMON AREAS • The Association has the responsibility to repair and maintain the common elements. Unit Owners should not authorize outside vendors to make repairs to the common elements. Plant containers, decorative items, lawn chairs, signs or other personal property may not be placed or stored on lawn areas or immediately adjacent to grass where they will interfere with mowing, other maintenance, or hurricane preparedness. •No addition, decoration, repair, replacement or alteration may be made to the Common Elements or the exterior portion of any building, carport, or unit without prior written approval of the Board. Nothing may be affixed to the outside of the unit (such as awnings, shutters, antennae, etc.) without prior written approval of the Board.
No towels, laundry, clothing, or other items may be hung to dry where visible from outside the Unit.
Propane gas, Hibachi and charcoal grills are prohibited. Only electric grills are allowed and may be used with care on decks, porches, lanais, landings, and in carports. Users should ensure that any grilling smoke is not a nuisance to other units. USE OF RECREATIONAL FACILITIES Swimming pools, fitness center, and tennis courts are restricted to owners, guests and tenants of Pine Run and Blackburn Point Woods. •TENNIS COURTS The tennis court hours are 8:00AM to dusk. Courts are to be used for tennis or pickle ball only.
! Tennis shoes and appropriate tennis court attire are required.
! •SWIMMING POOLS Use of the pools is at the persons own risk. Pool hours are posted. No diving is allowed. Rafts
! ! are not permitted within the pool enclosure. Food and glass containers are not permitted within the pool
! ! enclosure. Smoking or littering is NOT allowed.
! •RECREATION BUILDING All Pine Run recreation settings are designated as Non-Smoking areas. The Club House
! ! building will be open for residents' use unless reserved for private use. Maximum capacity is limited to 65.
! ! The building is open weekdays from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM and for Social Events as scheduled. •FITNESS CENTER Hours of use are 7 AM to 9PM.. Users of the Center assume all risks. Please observe the
! Guidelines posted in the Center. EMERGENCIES/CASUALTIES In the event of any water leak that creates a plumbing emergency, immediately notify the Maintenance Office. If it is after hours and the Maintenance Office is unavailable, please call Keys-Caldwell at 941-408- 8293 to report an emergency.
SMOKING Smoking is not allowed in any areas of the Club House building (Maintenance Office, lower level, and Club House balcony) or in the Club House enclosed pool area and small pool enclosed area, Fitness Center and tennis courts. GARBAGE and RECYCLING Recycling is mandatory under Sarasota County ordinance. Please separate and properly dispose of your recyclable plastics (recyclable items marked #1 and #2), glass, metal and papers. PARKING Owners and tenants are permitted to park only two vehicles in the community. For units that own a carport, one vehicle is allowed in a carport space within the designated striped area. A second vehicle per unit is allowed to park in any un-numbered parking space in the community. See the official rules for types of vehicles allowed. PETS A maximum of two domestic pets (dogs/cats) may be maintained by an Owner within a unit. Dogs/cats must be leashed (max. 10 ft.) and controlled at all times by owner/walker when outside a unit.
Guidelines Architectural Modification Forms Grounds Modification Forms
This is to clarify when the forms should be be submitted.
Building Submit a form for 1. Any work that requires state or county permitting, or is addressed by code - for instance: *Water heater installation – new or replacement *Plumbing – (A faucet replacement in an upstairs unit done incorrectly can create a ceiling stain in the unit below.) *Doors and windows *Air conditioning – new or replacement *Electrical work 2. Flooring with the exception of carpet replacement. 3. Any interior carpentry – especially if bearing walls or room configuration is involved. Even cabinet replacement should be submitted. If the work to be done penetrates the paint on a wall there is an architectural concern. Among other things we have to be sure that any work that exposes studding is closed up properly to keep invasive insects out.
The rule of thumb should be, if in doubt, submit the form. If it is something routine, the Maintenance Director, Tom Foley, (firstname.lastname@example.org) will send it on to the Board Of Directors with a recommendation to formally accept at the next Pine Run board meeting. More significant modifications may require discussion at a board meeting.
Grounds A form should be submitted for any planting, cultivation or removal of plants or shrubs. If we are to maintain the quality of our grounds in Pine Run it is crucial that we stick to the flora of Florida and avoid all invasive and inappropriate species. For example, planting a strain of grass that will not grow in our environment results in the waste of very significant amounts of water, some irrigation and some county. Any Grounds Modification request will be immediately turned over to the grounds committee.
Finally, forms should be submitted well ahead of a Pine Run Board of Directors meeting. Retroactive approval should not be assumed. Board meetings are generally the third Thursday of the month.
Maintenance Director: Tom Foley <email@example.com>