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All LRHOA Legal Documents-CC&Rs, Bylaws, Addition of Territory and their Amendments

 

Declaration of CC&Rs

10/11/1966

Establishes Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions (CC&Rs) for original 102 lots contributed by Rancho California Partnership

See line 1 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Amendment to Declaration of CC&Rs

9/5/1967

CC&Rs amended to state Architectural Committee must approve shape of each subdivided lot, approve signs, & improvements on Lot #86, Tract 3552 (15.31 acre lot on SW corner of Santiago & Ynez)

See line 2 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Notice of Addition of Territory

9/20/1967

34 lots added to CC&Rs by Rancho California Partnership

See line 3 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Notice of Addition of Territory

8/20/1968

49 lots added to CC&Rs by Rancho California Partnership

See line 4 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Notice of Addition of Territory

1/20/1969

This document adds a triangular portion of land that had been in between two original lots (lots #12 & #13, Tract 3552) and subdivides these two lots into lots 1-4, Tract 3750 through a subdivision map.

See line 5 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Articles of Incorporation

8/7/1978

Articles of Incorporation for newly formed corporation with the name of Los Ranchitos Homeowners Association are filed.

See line 8 in Chronological History of LRHOA

By-Laws

8/7/1978

Bylaws for Los Ranchitos Homeowners Corporation adopted. This occurred on same date that Los Ranchitos Homeowners Association became a corporation.

See line 9 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Assignment and Assumption Agreement

12/30/1980

All operations and powers for CC&Rs transitioned from Kacor Realty, successor in interest from Rancho California Partnership, to homeowners of Los Ranchitos Homeowners Association.

See line 11 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Amendment to Declaration of CC&R’s

7/26/1985

Amends section 6.01 of CC&Rs to state that the new Architectural & Environmental Control Committee (AECC) will be selected by the Board of Directors of Los Ranchitos Homeowners Association and will succeed all previous committees. The AECC will maintain minutes, copies of all plans submitted and concise records of any recommendations, all of which will be turned over to the Board of Directors at the end of the Fiscal year. The AECC will submit to Board of Directors for approval all plans that they approve, but are contrary to the CC&Rs, prior to notifying members submitting plans.

See line 12 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Extension and Amendment to Declaration of CC&R’s

8/30/1996

Extends CC&Rs to September 30, 2016

See line 13 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Agreement Affecting Real Property

11/15/1999

LRHOA agrees not to contest City of Temecula’s condemnation of Lot 34, Tract 3646 for future Park & Ride and that CC&Rs will no longer apply to this property provided that the City agrees that access to Park and Ride will be only from Highway 79, Temecula Parkway and that a berm, sound barrier and plant materials will be placed along La Paz and Vallejo streets as identified in Exhibit “B” of agreement.

See line 14 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Amendment to Declaration of CC&R’s

1/21/2000

CC&Rs amended to allow Lots 1, 2, 3 & 4 of Tract 3750 to be developed for commercial purposes, subject to Development Agreement, paying $1,000 per lot for annual assessments and make one-time capital contribution of $15,000 for each lot.

See line 15 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Amendment to Declaration of CC&R’s

12/30/2003

CC&Rs amended to allow Lot 24, Tract 3752 (northeast corner lot at Margarita and De Portola) to be de-annexed from LRHOA for one-time capital contribution of $25,000.

See line 16 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Amendment to Declaration of CC&R’s

1/24/2006

CC&Rs amended to allow Lot 25, Tract 3752 (southeast corner lot at Margarita and De Portola) to be de-annexed from LRHOA for one-time capital contribution of $25,000.

See line 17 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Amendment to Declaration of CC&R’s

6/3/2008

Amends CC&Rs, section 3.01 to state that no portion of a lot shall be sold/leased if either the sold/leased lot or the remaining portion of the lot contains less than 2.5 acres, unless said lot was smaller than 2.5 acres on the date of recordation of this amendment.

See line 19 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Amendment to ByLaws

2/3/2008

Amends Bylaws, Article II, Section 1, 4 and 6, to state that there shall be one membership for each lot in LRHOA, with multiple membership classifications. Single-family residential use lots are considered “residential members” and dues shall be fixed at $25 per year. Lots approved for commercial development through development agreements shall be considered “commercial members” and will be subject to the negotiated assessment in their development agreement.

See line 20 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Amendment to Declaration of CC&R’s

12/3/2012

Amends CC&Rs to allow commercial development of Lot 26, Tract 3752, subject to Operative Provisions and Development Agreement. Annual assessment shall be $1,000 per year, subject to a 5% annual increase and one-time capital contribution in the amount of $18,276.04. This property is commonly known as De Portola Medical Center.

See line 21 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Amendment to Declaration of CC&R’s

6/18/2013

Amends CC&Rs to allow commercial development of Lot 28, Tract 3752, subject to Operative Provisions and Development Agreement that is part of this amendment. Annual assessment shall be $3,500 per year, subject to a stated consumer price index annual increase. One-time capital contribution will be $35,000, plus $10,000 to offset legal fees associated with mediating the dispute. Additional landscaping and multi-use trail to be installed and maintained. This property fronts De Portola Road and is commonly known as the Temecula Valley Hospital complex.

See line 22 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Amendment to Declaration of CC&R’s

2/24/2015

Amends CC&Rs to allow non-residential use of Lots 10 and 11, Tract 3552 to operate a school, subject to Use Agreement with Hope Lutheran Church and subsequent owners of this property. Annual assessment shall be $3,000 per year, subject to a 3% annual increase with a one-time capital contribution of $30,000. These two lots were legally consolidated into Lot 11 when Rancho Community Church first built on this property in 1968.

See line 23 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Amendment to Declaration of CC&R’s

5/15/2016

Amends CC&Rs to allow commercial development of Lot 27, Tract 3752, subject to Operative Provisions and Development Agreement. Annual assessment shall be $5,000 per year, subject to a 5% annual increase with a one-time capital contribution of $40,000. This property is commonly known as Temecula Medical Office Building.

See line 24 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Amendment to Declaration of CC&R’s

5/31/2016

Amends CC&Rs to allow commercial development of the 2.93 acres located at 28975 Vallejo Ave (aka Lot 9 of Tract 3552), subject to Development Agreement and Operative Agreement. Annual assessment shall be $3,000 subject to 3% annual increase with a one-time capital contribution of $30,000. This property is commonly known as Hope Lutheran Church.

See line 24 in Chronological History of LRHOA

2016 Amendment of CC&R’s

9/22/2016

Extends original CC&Rs and CC&Rs that were subsequently extended for an additional 20 years to September 30, 2036. Future extensions of the CC&Rs will automatically be extended for successive periods of ten (10) years unless fifty-one percent (51) of the property subject to these restrictions agrees to terminate the CC&Rs at the end of September 30, 2036 or successive ten (10) year period(s).

See line 24 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Amendment to Declaration of CC&Rs

11/18/2016

Amends CC&Rs to allow commercial development on the .76 acres of the 2.23 acres that is within LRHOA. The entire property is located at 31625 De Portola Road (aka Parcel 4 of Parcel Map No. 13043.) The Development Agreement and Operative Provision include an annual assessment of $5,000 per year, subject to a 5% annual increase with a one-time capital contribution of $40,000. This property is commonly known as TV Phase One Office Building.

See line 24 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Amendment to Declaration of CC&R’s

11/14/2016

Amends CC&Rs to expand the commercial development of Lots 1, 2, 3 & 4 of Tract 3750. (The original development agreement can be reviewed above. It was recorded January 21, 2000.) This new CC&Rs amendment allows Lots 1, 2, 3 & 4 of Tract 3750 to be commercially developed, subject to the 2016 Development Agreement and Operative Provisions. The amended annual assessment will be $2,000 per lot ($8,000 in the aggregate), subject to COLA. This agreement calls for a one-time capital contribution of $15,000 for each lot ($60,000 in the aggregate). This development is commonly known as Temecula Gateway.

See line 24 in Chronological History of LRHOA

 

Amendment to Declaration of CC&R’s

04/13/2018

Amends CC&Rs to expand the commercial development of Lot 33 of Tract 3750. This development is commonly known as Temecula Valley Hospitality. This new CC&Rs Amendment allows for the commercial development of Lot 33 of Tract 3750 – subject to the 2017 Development Agreement and Operative Provisions included within. The initial Capital Contribution Assessment will be $40,000 upon recordation – with baseline annual dues in the amount of $5,000 with annual COLAs of the greater of 3% or prescribed Consumer Price Index as explained in the Amendment and Development Agreement. An additional $40,000 CCA and yearly dues will be assessed if the lot is developed with an additional structure, and subject to one more level of fees if developed further per the Development Agreement.

See line 24 in Chronological History of LRHOA

Park and Ride Settlement Agreement

05/10/2018

Settlement Agreement between Los Ranchitos HOA and City of Temecula to resolve Park and Ride access and mitigation issues.

 

 

LRHOA Financial and Lot History Documents

 

History of Lots and Legal Documents

  1. Written Form
  2. Grid Form

Revenues from Dues and Commercial Capital Contributions

LRHOA Legal Expenses from 2008 thru 2016

LRHOA Commercial Lots Delinquent Assessment Collection Policy

 

LRHOA Historical Letters

 

1997 letter requesting Annual Dues Increase

 

1999 letter requesting Donations and an Annual Dues Increase

 

1999 letter requesting Donations to stop three Commercial Developers

 

1972 Commitment to Establish the Equestrian Trail Network