The Architectural Control Committee (ACC) is a committee of owners who reviews all new construction and exterior changes to existing property or landscape for compliance with the Declaration of Covenants
Before construction of a driveway, garage, dock, shed, walkway, storage building, greenhouse, fence, swimming pool, gazebo, or any major landscape addition, the property owner and contractor must first fill out a Construction Agreement and submit it to the ACC before any work is started. The term landscaping shall apply to any major change to the existing landscape that requires grading, filling, or any other activity that could affect the drainage of stormwater nearby. Also, any major tree removal must be approved by the ACC if the trees in question meet the requirements as outlined in the Magnolia Bay covenants. The form must be filled out completely, outlining the project in detail with accompanying drawings/plans, start dates, and names of licensed subcontractors who may be hired. The Construction Agreement must be signed and dated by the homeowner and the contractor. Click on this link for access to a blank Construction Agreement.
Once the form is completely filled out and submitted to the ACC, they will review it and vote on the project. The homeowner will be notified as soon as possible about the outcome. If the project is approved, construction can begin immediately.