Architectural Standards Committee
April 25, 2013
inspect the trees submitted for removal on April 29th.
planting of shrubs, trees and plants and being too close to the house. The ASC Master Gardner will do an on-site inspection on April 29th. This plan will be
brought back to the committee for further review and approval at the ASC meeting
on May 9th.
their building permit from the City of Blaine (COB) and should start construction the week of April 29th. The Martin home in Drayton Hillside has requested their
property line have roots which are lifting the pathway by the house.
of the house. It was not diseased or in danger of falling onto the road. This is a slow growing tree. The committee did suggest that the Japanese maple
growing next to the redwood moved further away to allow healthy growth in both trees.
c) Jordan, PV, Lot 14 9953 Sandpiper Lane A tree
inspection is scheduled for April 29th
a) Lorenzi, SAC, Lot 12 5680 Sanderling Way The committee approved the change in decking to red cedar with a clear finish. The fascia will match the
existing colors with the neighbor. The St. Andrews Cottage Homeowners Association gave the ASC a verbal approval for this change.
b) Magelssen, TW, Lot 3 8810 Goldeneye Lane The committee approved the change in the fireplace from an indoor to an indoor/outdoor fireplace and
the rounded patio area with the large rock around it. The BBQ addition was not
approved as the placement of the BBQ Island is within the setback area.
green lettering for the wording. The ASC did note white will be the background for the sandwich board. The sandwich board is only allowed to be placed
outside the Beachwalker Villa gate during the times of the open house.
house. Trim to change to Olympic C30-3, Irish Cream; and the front door color
will be Olympic D43-6 Black Elegance.
April 25th regarding the Plat of Muirfield. The Planning Department recommends the COB Planning Commission approve the Preliminary Plat request and
forward it to the COB Council for approval. It was noted this is not a public hearing and no further input from the public can be given at this time. The ASC
discussed this issue at length and noted there are still many unknown and unanswered issues. The ASC will recommend to the SRA Board of Directors that
the SRA not include the Plat at Muirfield in the SRA unless they have established a Muirfield Homeowners Association with appropriate CC&Rs to the
satisfaction of the SRA. The CC&Rs are to include the PUD system and open space area and the upkeep of such be the responsibility would be the
responsibility of the Muirfield HOA. The SRA would maintain the gate and road areas as is done in the all the gated areas.
b) Burnside Village The logging of hardwoods commenced on April 11th. To date the ASC office has not received any comments or phone calls regarding
roofing. It was noted that any rain runoff from the roofing will go into the
the Semiahmoo spit. The committee discussed this issue and will allow the temporary use of three flags to be flown at one time from now until the fall of 2013
on a 24-hour basis. The ASC will review this issue again in the fall once the
summer season is over.
Homeower Associaton having become inactive on January 1, 2008 according to the
State of Washington website.
b) Miscellaneous Alex Wenger (COB) would like to attend the ASC meeting on May 9th to give status updates on Semiahmoo projects. The ASC meeting
for May 23rd will be cancelled due to lack of quorum.
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