TSRA HOA Petition To Ban Wood Burning Firepits
Dear TSRA Board Members,
We appreciate your commitment and efforts attempting to manage the threat that wild fires pose to our community. The adopted fire mitigation plan is a good start but we, the undersigned, feel you have the authority and responsibility to do more. Our Declaration, as currently written, contains specific language that authorizes the Board to make rules that protect the welfare of the members, protect their properties, and preserve the value of their properties. Rules related to wood burning firepits specifically apply to section 5.13 of the Declaration that prohibits any “Hazardous Activities”.
We rely on our board to protect the best interests of our community. You can protect all of us with one simple act. Our current Declarations give you, our Board, the authority to develop new rules that ban the use of wood burning fire pits, either entirely or seasonally. This one simple and decisive act by TSRA board helps to protect all of us. It won’t represent every owners’ or board members’ personal preference, but the benefits to everyone in the community are obvious and immense.