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Architectural Review Committee Members

Gene Unger, Chairperson
   arcgeneunger@gmail.com

Paul Thomas, Vice-chai
    pthomas62@att.net

Tom Remick   
    t_remick@hotmail.com

Paul Harper
    delm441@aol.com

Tom Williams
    Tom@glass24-7.com

Paul Stevens
     pstevens3@sc.rr.com

Derrick Peake, Architect
    dpeake@pbtcomm.net

         
ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW COMMITTEE

The ARC will meet next on October 8th

 
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ARC Guidelines, Operating Procedures or Application Package click on the links below:


ARC Guidelines
(PDF)

ARC Operating Procedures (PDF)

Application Packet
(PDF)

ARC Reports:
  September 2016
  August 2016
  July 2016
  June 2016
  May 2016
  April 2016
  March 2016
  February 2016
  January 2016
  December 2015
  November 2015
  October 2015
  September 2015
  August 2015
  July 2015
  June2015
  May 2015
  April 2015
  March 2015
  January 2015
  February 2015
  December 2014
  November 2014
  October 2014
  September 2014
  August 2014
  July 2014
  June 2014
  May 2014
  April 2014
  March 2014
  February 2014
  January 2014

ARC-Architectural Review Committee

The purpose of the ARC is to define design standards of construction in Timberlake Estates and to review and either approve or disapprove any and all proposed improvements for a building site within Timberlake Estates including but not limited to: dwellings, garages, outbuildings or any other buildings, construction or installation of sidewalks, driveways, parking lots, mail boxes, decks, patios, courtyards, swimming pools, tennis courts, outdoor athletic equipment, greenhouses, playhouses, awnings, walls, fences, satellite dishes, docks, wharves, rip-rap, bulkheads, boat slips and lifts, exterior lights, any exterior addition to, change, or alteration to existing structures, including without limitation painting or staining of any exterior surface. ARC approval must be obtained for dredging and fill operations, shaping of land areas and drainage, and removal of any trees more than six (6) inches in diameter measured at a height of four (4) feet from the base.