The undersigned being the owners of not less than seventy-five (75%) percent of the lots in Meadow Parke Estates, adopt the following amendment to the Covenants, Easements, Conditions and Restrictions for Meadow Parke Estates.
Whereas, on July 17, 2002 the Covenants, Easements, Conditions and Restrictions for Meadow Parke Estates (hereafter referred to as “Covenants”) were signed by the Owner/Developer of Meadow Parke Estates and filed with the Benton County Auditor under auditor’s file number 2002-027732, and
Whereas, the Covenants are binding upon and relate to the real property located in Benton County, Washington described on the attached Exhibit A, and
Whereas, not less than seventy-five (75%) percent of the lot owners in Meadow Parke Estates have signed and approved the following amendment to the Covenants,
Now, therefore, it is hereby agreed as follows:
1. Amendment: Article VI, Section 6.15 of the Covenants is hereby amended to read as follows:
Section 6.15 Driveways, Parking and Storing of Vehicles and Trailers. All driveways shall be completely paved. No property owner shall construct or maintain a roadway for ingress or egress to property in subdivision, except driveways to the platted streets. No direct access from any lot to Lorayne J Blvd shall be permitted.
No Owner of any lot shall store, in excess of forty-eight (48) hours, any van, camp trailers, camper, camper truck, boat, boat trailer, horse trailer, recreational vehicle, commercial vehicle, bus, truck, or any other similar machinery or equipment of any kind on driveways, public streets, or upon any lot, except standard sized pickup trucks. SUV’s and passenger cars. Exempt from the foregoing restrictions are boats, campers, recreational vehicles and utility trailers which may be stored on the side yard alongside the garage if such vehicles or equipment are screened from view by a solid fenced or screen at least six (6) feet high. The solid fencing or screening shall screen the vehicle or equipment from view on all sides except the side facing the home on the lot where the vehicle or equipment is stored. Exempt from the foregoing are boats, campers, and recreational vehicles which may be stored in driveways or alongside garages from Memorial Day through Labor Day.