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					Compiled 2009 and supersedes all other publications issued by RPOA
         RPOA CONTACT INFORMATION:


          RPOA Board of Trustees and Appointees
Charles Pierce, President                                       330-627-7974

Dale Reed, Vice President                                       330-627-2266

Becky Dismore, Financial Secretary

Virginia Ragozinno, Recording Secretary                         330-627-7720

Carl Ragozinno, Trustee                                         330-627-7720

Linda Wilson, Dock Coordinator                                  330-627-5101

Peter Pletka, Water Dept. Manager                               330-627-3143

Bill Corrigan, Trustee                                          216-521-1608

Doug Pauly, Trustee                                             330-627-6489

Joe Zehnder, Trustee                                            330-749-6169

Scott Stoffl, Trustee                                           330-657-2425



                           Website: www.rockwoodpark.info

                        Email: rockwoodmail@rockwoodpark.info




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IMPORTANT CONTACT INFORMATION:



          ROCKWOOD PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION

                             Mailing Address:
                          3563 Rockwood Drive
                          Carrollton, Ohio 44615

                               Website:
                         www.rockwoodpark.info

                                 Email:
                     rockwoodmail@rockwoodpark.info




 Carroll County Sheriff’s Office:                  330-627-2141

 Carroll County Fire Department:                   330-627-2141

 Carroll Electric:                                 330-627-2116




     FOR EMERGENCIES, DIAL 911




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R.P.O.A. RULES, REGULATIONS AND INFORMATION
    Compiled 2009 and supersedes all other publications issued by RPOA


                                Table of Contents:

 Article 1: RPOA – Corporation .............................................................. 5
 Article 2: RPOA and MWCD.................................................................. 6
 Article 3: Membership ........................................................................... 7
          Membership Requirements....................................................... 7
          Membership Privileges ............................................................. 7
          Membership Responsibilities .................................................... 8
 Article 4: Road Policy ............................................................................ 9
          Parking ..................................................................................... 9
          Recreational Vehicles ............................................................... 9
 Article 5: Water Policy ......................................................................... 10
 Article 6: Dock and Decal Policy ......................................................... 11
          Beach ..................................................................................... 12
 Article 7: Other Services ..................................................................... 14
          Trash Pick-up ......................................................................... 14
          Security .................................................................................. 14
          Insurance................................................................................ 14
          Bulletin Board ......................................................................... 14
          Directory ................................................................................. 14
          Website ................................................................................. 15
          Legislative Session ................................................................. 15
          Social Events .......................................................................... 15
          Pets ........................................................................................ 15
          Hunting ................................................................................... 15
          Quiet Hours ............................................................................ 15
 Article 8: Other Information ............................................................... 16
          MWCD Rules and Regulations .............................................. 16
          RPOA Warranty Deed Restrictions ......................................... 18
          Leesville Lake Information ...................................................... 19




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                      ARTICLE 1: RPOA – CORPORATION

The Trustees of the Rockwood Property Owners Association (hereinafter “RPOA” or “Association”) have prepared
this document for the use of all property owners. The primary purpose is to make all property owners, present
and future, aware of the rules and regulations of this organization and the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy
District (hereinafter “MWCD” or “Conservancy”).

RPOA was incorporated in 1967. The purpose of the Articles of Incorporation is:

       To promote the improvement of the homes and lots

       To promote the interests and welfare of the residents

       To promote safe and adequate roads, sufficient water supply, recreational facilities and other
        facilities for the betterment of the entire community

       To acquire by purchase, lease or otherwise, real estate and to own, improve or otherwise utilize
        and hold same for the accommodations, convenience, entertainment or use of its members

       All of the above without profit to the Corporation, or any member thereof and from the operation
        of which Corporation no one shall enjoy any pecuniary profits, and which shall disburse no
        earning of dividends to its promoters, incorporators, donors, contributor members or any other
        person or persons whomsoever

Governance: Your representatives to the organization are the eight (8) trustees who voluntarily serve, without
compensation, elected by the membership to oversee the operation of RPOA along with the possible
appointments (such as Treasurer or a Recording Secretary) who may or not be a member of the Board of Trustees.
Trustees are elected for three year terms, on a rotating basis, at the annual meeting in July. The trustees select
their own slate of officers which include President, Vice President, Treasurer, Financial Secretary and Recording
Secretary. A roster of the current officers and trustees, with the year their terms expire, is included in this
booklet, and is posted each year on the community bulletin board at the beach.

The operation of the road and water systems will be overseen by the Board of Trustees, with the Vice President
having the principal responsibility.

RPOA can only thrive if members are willing to take an active role in its day-to-day operations. The trustees
encourage members to make known their willingness to be placed on the ballot for becoming a trustee. Please
play an active role in our community.

       The Leesville Property Owners Association, whose clubhouse is located near the entrance to Rockwood
        Park, is a separate organization and is not affiliated with RPOA.




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                           ARTICLE 2: RPOA AND MWCD

Unlike many cottage allotments on Leesville Lake, RPOA is a private allotment in which we own not only our
cottages but also the land on which cottages sit. There are severe limitations on the further construction of
cottages in this allotment. One limitation has to do with the number of cottages that our water wells are allowed
to service. This limitation is set by the amount of undeveloped land surrounding the wells. The second limiting
factor relates to septic considerations imposed by the Carroll County Health Department. The installation of a
new septic system in the county requires a minimum of 1.5 acres of land. Due to our steep slope and the shallow
depth of our bedrock, Carroll County may require considerably more than 1.5 acres in Rockwood Park.

Although we own our lots and cottages, the shoreline of the lake is the property of MWCD. The limits of MWCD’s
land, generally at least 100 feet from the shore, are clearly marked by 5-in diameter wood posts and metal stakes.
Given that preservation of the shoreline is a major mandate of MWCD, the use of shoreline is carefully regulated.
Our beach and dock attachment sites are on MWCD property, and exist only with the permission of MWCD.
Similarly, it is MWCD that permits us a certain number of dock spaces, and a certain number of boat decals. It is
important that our members and guests not violate the regulations governing the use of the lake or of MWCD
land. Brochures outlining the history and rules and regulations of MWCD are available at the marinas. Some of
the more pertinent rules for RPOA members are included later in this booklet.

The use of our roads and water system are the most obvious benefits of membership in RPOA, but through
arrangement between RPOA and MWCD several “lake privileges” also accrue to us as members of RPOA. These
include the use of the beach we lease from MWCD and the possibility of docking a boat on Leesville Lake (dock
space and boat decal).




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                                 ARTICLE 3: MEMBERSHIP

“The Rockwood Property Owners Association, a corporation not for profit, represents the present and future
owners of habitable dwellings serviced by the water system and road system managed by the Association. These
properties are restricted to those located within the contiguous area represented by Allotments 1, 2, 3, 5, and 6 of
the development known as Rockwood Park. Only RPOA members and cottage owners in good standing are eligible
for the boat decals and docking spaces allotted to us by the Muskingum Water Conservancy District. The use of
the beach RPOA leases from the Conservancy is restricted to members, their families and their visiting guests.”




                               MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS
       You must have a habitable dwelling on a plotted lot in Rockwood Park allotments 1, 2, 3, 5, and 6
        supplied by RPOA water system to be qualified for membership

       All cottage owners must belong to RPOA to vote, hold office and receive privileges

       “Lot Only” owners may be non-voting members with limited privileges and no use of a dock,
        decal, water hook-up, beach or trash services




                                   MEMBERSHIP PRIVILEGES
Definition of privileges are defined as, but not limited to:

       Dock lease

       MWCD Decal

       Hook up to RPOA water system

       Use of RPOA leased beach

       Use of RPOA maintained roads

       Use of trash disposal services provided by RPOA

       Option to run for and be elected to the Board of Trustees

       One vote per cottage pertaining to issues and policies




                             MEMBERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES

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Definition of responsibilities are defined as, but not limited to:

       Payment of all bills in a timely manner or suffer loss of membership privileges

       Adhere to all rules and regulations set forth by RPOA

       Members shall be held responsible for the actions of their guests

       Any violation of the rules and regulations stated may be brought before the Board of Trustees and
        member may suffer loss of membership privileges and/or fines

       Any unsightly objects, such as building materials, unstacked wood, vehicle parts, equipment or inoperable
        vehicles that are left for thirty (30) days and cottage property that is not maintained in a reasonable
        manner will receive a letter from the Board of Trustees. If the situation is not amicably resolved, the
        Board may assess a clean up charge if action is necessary

       No camping is allowed on any private lot or RPOA property

       The occupancy of any structure overnight is prohibited except in a dwelling with properly installed and
        approved sanitary systems




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                                  ARTICLE 4: ROAD POLICY

RPOA is responsible for and maintains the roads in allotment 1, 2, 3, 5, and 6 in Rockwood Allotment. Because
police, ambulances and other vehicles must be able to respond to emergencies, RPOA is obligated by law to keep
the roads passable throughout the year. Much of the damage to our roads is the result of the run-off from
torrential rains. The placing or dumping of leaves, grass clippings and/or other debris in ditches, waterways or any
property maintained by RPOA is prohibited.

    1. The speed limit on all RPOA roads is 15 MPH and MUST BE OBSERVED
    2. Each dwelling will be charged yearly for maintenance
    3. The above charges are subject to yearly review and revisions by the Board of Trustees
    4. Billing of the road fees will be done at the same time as all other fees
    5. The Board of Trustees reserves the right to require road repair at the lot or dwelling owner’s expense for
       extraordinary damage caused by anything other than normal vehicle traffic. For example, damage caused
       by construction equipment or delivery vehicles
    6. There will be no sanitary septic lines installed under the easements known as RPOA roads. This restriction
       applies whether a person owns a cottage in the Rockwood Park allotment or is the owner of uninhabited
       acreage therein. The foregoing shall be binding on all prospective real estate transactions involving
       properties within the allotment


                                                   PARKING
Parking within the allotment requires a RPOA issued sticker displayed on the driver’s side rear window or placed
visibly on a card, approximately 3” x 5”, on the dashboard. All visiting guests are also required to display a sticker
on their dashboard. Stickers may be obtained from any trustee. The deputy sheriff relies on these stickers to
identify who belongs here and who does not.

                          Vehicles are not permitted beyond the gate to the beach area.



                                  RECREATIONAL VEHICLES
Recreational vehicles such as golf carts, ATV’s, mini bikes, etc. are allowed only where motorized vehicles are
permitted on the roads . In order to operate any Recreational vehicle in Rockwood Park, one must hold a current
motor vehicle driver’s license, motorcycle operator’s endorsement or probationary license. NO person under 16
years of age shall operate any recreational vehicle in Rockwood unless accompanied by a parent or guardian who
is a licensed driver 18 years of age or older. Do not operate a vehicle on any private property or on any farm
ground without permission of the owner. All recreational vehicles operated in Rockwood Park must be owned by
a RPOA member and display a RPOA sticker.


                              ARTICLE 5: WATER POLICY


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The main water lines are located beneath the roads, with supply lines running to an underground shut-off valve
associated with each cottage. The shut-off valve, water lines leading into the cottage, and plumbing in the cottage
are the responsibility of the cottage owner.

In addition to the routing management and chlorination procedures associated with the system, RPOA is required
by EPA regulations to periodically deliver water samples to laboratories for testing. The system must also be
flushed periodically to remove rust deposits.

    1. New hook-ups to the water system will be made to dwellings upon payment of a hook-up charge of not
       less than $6,000.00, plus labor and material costs.

    2. Problems regarding individual services can be reported on a 24 hour a day, 365 days a year basis to the
       local water system manager. If attempts to reach the manager are unsuccessful, another trustee can be
       called. Should a water pipe in your cottage burst in your absence, attempts by the manager to shut off
       the water supply to your cottage are made much easier if the manager knows where your outside shut-off
       valve is located, and whether that valve requires some type of “key” or wrench to turn it off. Please
       supply this information (with a sketch of the lay-out in relation to the cottage) to the manager with your
       spring bill payment. All cottage owners who do not have a water shut off on their water line shall install
       one. RPOA furnishes the parts – cottage owners pay the labor costs. If this rule is not adhered to, the
       cost of finding the leak and repairing it will be charged to the cottage owner.

    3. Financial management of the system is under direction of the RPOA Board of Trustees.

    4. Members are currently billed annually for water. Bills may be decreased or increased in the future to
       reflect actual operating costs. Bills (including the billing for other fees) are mailed before March 1, with
       payment due April 1.

    5. Non-payment of the water bill within 90 days will result in shut-off and removal of service. Restart of
       service will occur upon payment of the original bill plus 10 percent interest, a turn on fee of $225.00 and if
       applicable, parts and labor. There will be a written 30 day notice that the dwelling’s water will be shutoff
       for non-payment. Further non-payment will result in the placement of a property lien. If there are
       extenuating circumstances of an extreme nature, an appeal for an extension may be submitted to the
       Board of Trustees.

    6. RPOA and its operators of record reserve the right to inspect the water distribution in the cottages for any
       cross connection that would cause contamination to the system if the pressure in the system goes low. If
       a back flow threat such as private wells or lawn irrigation system or other problems, the owner will be
       required, at their expense, to install a back flow prevention valve.




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                   ARTICLE 6: DOCK AND DECAL POLICY

Docking a boat on Leesville Lake requires a decal (representing permission to use a dock space on the water)
provided by the MCWD, and a dock (the physical representation of the dock space) provided by RPOA. MWCD
allocates some number of decals (125 as of 2000) to the RPOA for fair distribution. For the privilege of keeping a
boat on the water, boaters lease a decal for an annual fee set by MWCD. RPOA collects these fees, sends the
money to MCWD, and receives and distributes the decals. If all required fees are current, members then receive
their decal at docks-in.

RPOA has a docking agreement with the MWCD. The docks were built by and are owned and maintained by
RPOA. An annual dock-maintenance fee is billed to each member by RPOA. Members who participate in putting
the docks in the water in April (“docks-in”) and/or taking the docks out in October (“docks-out”) and other tasks
scheduled at these times can earn a total of $50.00 ($25.00 for each effort) in credits toward that fee. MWCD has
given us permission to install these docks, in configurations approved by them, at six locations on Leesville Lake.
The MWCD monitors our usage of the dock spaces they have permitted us, and it is important to put your boat in
the water as soon as possible once the docks are installed.

    1. Payment to RPOA for MWCD boat decals is due within 30 days of the March billing by RPOA. Failure to
       pay within that time limit, or to provide a reasonable explanation of why the payment will not be received
       within that period, will result in RPOA assigning that decal, and its cost for that year, to the RPOA member
       at the top of the waiting list for decals, or, if that member declines, to the first person on the waiting list,
       in chronological order, who accepts the offer. Failure to pay for the decal for a second year will be taken
       as evidence that the original lessee no longer wants a decal, and the decal will be assigned on a
       permanent basis to the first person on the waiting list, in chronological order, who wishes to accept it.

    2. A member with an assigned decal and dock space is expected to utilize that decal and dock space each
       year. Utilization may be by that member, or by another member of RPOA. If another member is going to
       use your decal and/or dock space, the Dock Coordinator must be informed of that arrangement in time
       for RPOA to send an accurate list to MWCD.

    3. The member utilizing a decal or decals must provide the Dock Coordinator with a copy of the current Ohio
       boat registration form for each boat to which a decal will be attached. MWCD will not issue decals until
       we have provided this information to them.

    4. Any member who purchases a decal and does not utilize it will receive a warning letter from RPOA. If the
       member continues to not utilize the purchased decal within each of the following two years, the dock
       space and decal will be reassigned to the first member on the RPOA waiting list.

    5. Any member who has been assigned a dock and decal but wishes not to purchase a decal and not use the
       assigned dock must notify the Dock Coordinator in a timely manner so that another member can utilize
       the dock and decal for that year only. As long as this is done on a yearly basis, and the Dock Coordinator is
       notified, your dock and decal will not be permanently reassigned.

    6. At the sale or transfer of a cottage, the purchaser of the cottage will have the first right of refusal to the
       lease of the dock space and decal previously held be the seller. Should the purchaser decline the
       opportunity to lease the dock space and decal, that dock space and decal will be offered to the first
       member on the RPOA waiting list.

    7. The RPOA reserves the right to limit the number of decals and dock spaces issued to a new member to
       one, regardless of the number utilized by the previous owner.
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   8. New members, or other members leasing an RPOA dock space for the first time, are charged a one-time
      non-refundable lease fee payable to RPOA. Currently this fee is $500.00. New owners who acquire their
      cottage via inheritance or through some other transfer not involving the sale of the cottage are not
      subject to this lease fee, but are subject to the one decal/one dock space limitation outline in #7 above.

   9. The RPOA will maintain a chronological list of members who have requested a dock space and decal.
      When a space and decal become available, they will be offered first to the member who has been waiting
      the longest. A similar list of members wishing to change their dock space will also be maintained by
      RPOA. If there is a waiting list, it will be posted on the RPOA bulletin board. Members wishing to add
      their name to either list should contact the Dock Coordinator.

   10. Members wishing a second dock space may notify the Dock Coordinator. If a dock space and decal
       become available, the request may be accommodated on a yearly basis but is not guaranteed.

   11. Violation of any of the foregoing policies may result in the loss of the use of MWCD decal, and therefore
       of the ability to keep a boat on the lake.

Do not attach carpet, fire hose or similar materials to the docks. Metal “stand-offs” and neoprene bumpers are
acceptable. All hardware must be removed from the docks prior to “docks-out”. Small metal rings that lay flat
may be left on the dock.



                                                  BEACH
MWCD is the true owner of the beach area. RPOA leases this area from MWCD and must adhere to their rules and
regulations. General maintenance of the leased beach area is handled by RPOA. Each spring, RPOA installs
swimming ropes and floats to define the swimming area.

      RPOA shall not be responsible for any accident or injury sustained while on the beach or in the water, or
       for any loss of clothing or personal valuables

      Swimming is permitted only within the designated area

      Boats are not permitted in the designated swimming area

      NO PETS ARE ALLOWED IN THE BEACH AREA

      The exposed rocks within the swimming area are NOT a diving platform and are for jumping only. NO
       DIVING IS ALLOWED

      Air mattresses and other inflatables must have more than one air chamber

      No glass containers are allowed on the beach

      All trash must be disposed of in designated trash receptacles located around the beach area or taken back
       to your cottage

      Other rules applicable to the use of MWCD land appear elsewhere in the booklet

      The beach will not be used as a boat ramp while swimming ropes and floats are in. Gate will be locked
       from “floats in” to “floats out”. Please see a trustee for any required access

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The lease with MWCD allows us to restrict the use of our beach to our own members and their guests. This is only
possible if we have the means to identify our members. If you have guests parking at the beach area, they must
have a sticker displayed on their dashboard as described under Article 4: Parking. RPOA provides these stickers
which can be applied to your driver’s side rear window when parked at the beach and to each side of your boat
(such that we can identify those who arrive at the beach by boat). These stickers may be obtained from any
trustee.




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                           ARTICLE 7: OTHER SERVICES

                                          TRASH PICK-UP
Two dumpsters are located at the top of the hill on Parkland Road and remain there year round. Trash must be
deposited in these dumpsters by the cottage owners. DUMPING OF YARD WASTE, LEAVES, TREE TRIMMINGS,
BATTERIES, TIRES OR BUILDING MATERIALS IS NOT PERMITTED. All RPOA members are required to pay all fees
regardless of usage. The cost for trash removal per cottage changes annually and may be increased or decreased
as needed.



                                               SECURITY
RPOA has hired a Carroll County Deputy Sheriff to patrol our roads and beach area for a certain number of hours
per week from Memorial Day to Labor Day. The schedule of these patrols is intentionally unpredictable. A fee is
charged to each member for this service and may be increased or decreased as needed.

RPOA maintains security lighting at the beach, some dock areas, flagpole area and trash bin area. RPOA is not
responsible for any security lighting elsewhere throughout the allotment.



                                              INSURANCE
An insurance policy purchased by RPOA protects the Association from liability claims brought against RPOA by
guests who may incur injuries. Accidents or damages that occur on your private property fall within the
jurisdiction of your own homeowner’s insurance. The RPOA policy does not insure our members against injury,
but provides liability insurance for bodily injury of guests.



                                        BULLETIN BOARD
The “Community Bulletin Board” is located at the beach parking lot. The bulletin board contains the current
roster of officers and other pertinent documents pertaining to membership or to potential new owners. It may
also be used by members for notes about lost and found items, or to announce that you have an item you wish to
buy or sell.



                                             DIRECTORY
The trustees have assembled a directory of membership and periodically update the listing to incorporate new
members. The newly updated editions are distributed at the annual meeting. A copy of the latest edition can be
obtained by contacting the Financial Secretary.




                                                WEBSITE
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RPOA maintains a website, www.rockwoodpark.info. All types of RPOA-related information, including but not
limited to, rules, regulations and restrictions of the Association, will be posted. No advertisements will be allowed
on this site. The RPOA email address is RPOA@att.net.



                                     LEGISLATIVE SESSION
An annual meeting takes place in the clubhouse of the Leesville Property Owners Association at 1:00 p.m. on the
Saturday after July 4th. A financial statement will be posted on the beach bulletin board prior to the meeting.
The officers, trustees and appointees report to the membership at the annual meeting. Trustees are elected and
new business is addressed. Updated versions of the Membership Directory and the Rules and Regulations, when
produced, are distributed at the meeting. Occasionally we have called special meetings, usually associated with
docks-in or docks-out, to vote on matters that cannot wait until the next annual meeting. Members are urged to
attend these meetings and make their views known.



                                           SOCIAL EVENTS
An annual covered dish social is held at the beach, if weather permits, or at the Leesville Clubhouse, if we are
forced indoors. Recently, the social has been held on the same day as the annual meeting. The Association
provides beverages. Members bring a covered dish, lawn chairs, eating utensils, plates, etc.



                                                      PETS
Pets are not permitted on the beach, but may be taken to your boat along the edge of the beach area on a leash.
Pets are to be confined to the owner’s property unless the pet is on a leash, with said owner accompanying the
pet.



                                                  HUNTING
Hunting is prohibited within the RPOA allotment 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6. See MWCD rules and regulations pertaining to
public hunting.



                                             QUIET HOURS
In consideration of other members, please observe quiet hours between 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. Those hours
also apply to MWCD property, including our beach area.




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                      ARTICLE 8: OTHER INFORMATION

                          MWCD RULES AND REGULATIONS

Members should be familiar with, and inform their guests about, the rules and regulations that govern the use of
MWCD land. Many of the regulations concern MWCD campgrounds or other situations that do not directly
impact RPOA members. The following list includes only those regulations which seem particularly pertinent. The
number preceding the regulation is that used in MWCD’s list.

6.     Watercraft Regulations

       6.203 Watercraft shall not be anchored, tied or stored overnight at any point along the shores of the
       reservoirs unless allowed by special contract or permit. No watercraft shall be anchored, tied or stored
       overnight between November 1 and March 31.

       6.301 All watercraft anchored, tied or stored overnight upon District property under the terms of special
       contracts or permits as required in Regulation 6.203 shall display a decal to be furnished by the District.
       This decal shall be affixed upon the stern of the watercraft in such location that only a valid decal is visible
       at all times. Said watercraft shall be docked at their assigned location. This decal shall be valid from April
       1 through October 31 of the year issued.

9.     District property shall not be used for immoral purposes or for disorderly or boisterous acts. No person
       shall suffer or commit any nuisances on said premises nor use said premises in any way or for any purpose
       which might endanger the health or disturb the peace and quiet of others.

10.    No person shall do anything to cause pollution of District lands and waters.

12.    No person shall overtly and publicly consume or display the presence of any beer or intoxicating liquor, as
       defined in O.R.C. Section 4301.01, in any unauthorized area administered by the District. No person
       under the influence of alcohol shall enter or remain on District property.

13.    No person shall possess, use or consume a drug of abuse, as defined in O.R.C. Section 3719.011, in any
       area administered by the District. No person under the influence of a drug of abuse shall enter or remain
       on District property.

15.    No person shall damage, remove, destroy or interfere with District property including all trees, plants,
       rocks, wildlife and other flora and fauna.

17.    Snowmobiles, all purpose vehicles and trail bikes may not be operated on District property at any time.

18.20 Pets are prohibited at all times at bathing beaches and Vacation Cabin areas.

19.    All persons on District property shall observe quiet hours from 11:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. and no
       unnecessary noise is permitted during these hours.

20.    Bathing Beaches



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      20.20 The use of canvas, rubber or plastic inner tubes, and rafts of single cell construction are
      prohibited.

      20.30 Possession of glass containers is prohibited.

21.   Diving with self-contained underwater breathing apparatus (S.C.U.B.A.) or other diving equipment is
      prohibited except with written permission from the District.




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              RPOA WARRANTY DEED RESTRICTIONS

   Protective covenants and restrictions as shown in deed volume the Carroll County records

1. Said premises shall be used exclusively for residence purposes and no trailers shall be allowed in said
    allotment.
2. There shall not be erected, placed or suffered to remain on said premises any building or structure
    whatever other than one private dwelling house, designed and intended for the occupancy of one
    family only, with garage and/or other outbuilding appurtenant thereto, which shall be constructed,
    erected, placed, located and/or maintained only pursuant to, and in accordance with, all and singular
    the covenants and agreements of the Grantees herein contained and not otherwise.
3. No part of such dwelling house, exclusive of open porches, shall be erected, placed or suffered to
    remain on said premises within 20 feet of the street or highway on which said premises front, nor
    within 5 feet of either side line of said premises.
4. No barn or stable and/or billboard, sign or advertising devise of any kind shall be erected, placed or
    suffered to remain on said premises.
5. No intoxicating liquor shall be manufactured or sold on said premises.
6. Said premises shall not be used for any purpose or in any way which may endanger the health or
    unreasonably disturb the quiet of any occupant.
7. No such dwelling house, garage, or outbuilding shall be erected, placed or suffered to remain on said
    premises unless and until the plans and specifications therefore shall have been approved by the
    owner and/or manager of the allotment. Said premises shall not be sub-divided without the written
    consent of the owner and/or manager of the allotment.
8. No building of any kind shall be constructed upon said premises which shall contain asphalt brick or
    tar paper siding and all buildings constructed thereon shall have shingled roofs.
9. No horses, cows, sheep, hogs or goats shall be kept on said premises.
10. No sanitary connections including, but not limited to, privy or toilet shall be constructed or used on
    said premises except and unless it shall drain or empty into a septic tank. Such installation shall meet
    the requirements of the Board of Health of the State of Ohio.
11. The Grantees, for themselves and their heirs and assigns, agree to pay an annual charge per lot, to be
    made by the owner or manager of said allotment, to be used for maintaining and repairing private
    roads and roadways in said allotment. Said charge shall be calculated by using the 1952 base cost of
    crushed limestone, spread by the supplier, in the amount of $2.00 per ton in five ton lots; and such
    charge shall be increased if the current costs of the said crushed limestone is greater than the said
    base price cost, or such charge shall be decreased if the current costs of the said crushed limestone is
    less than the said base price cost.




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                                        LEESVILLE LAKE


Leesville Lake is consistently ranked as one of
the top Ohio lakes for Muskie fishing. Located
between New Philadelphia and Carrollton,
Leesville offers two marinas, campgrounds, and
seven youth camps.


Leesville Lake at a glance:
     1,000 acres of water surface
     10 horsepower limit
     2,700 acres of land
     Conservation (Normal) Pool Elevation: 963 ft. above sea level
     Two public launch ramps

Marinas
     Clow’s Marina offers boat rentals, docking, sales, service, supplies, a restaurant, fuel and vacation cabins.

       Clow's Marina
       4131 Deer Road SW
       Bowerston, OH 44695

     Petersburg Marina offers boat rentals, docking, sales, service, supplies, a restaurant, fuel, cabins and
      camping.

       Petersburg Marina
       2126 Azalea Road SW
       Carrollton, OH 44615




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Leesville Lake Map




Fishing




                               MWCD LAKES FISH SPECIES
            Muskellunge

            Northern Pike

            Channel Catfish

            Flathead Catfish

            Bullheads

            White Bass

            Striped Bass

            Largemouth Bass

            Smallmouth Bass

            Crappie

            Bluegill

            Yellow Perch

            Walleye

            Saugeye




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