BOARD RESOLUTION No. 20-S-2016 | ONE VEHICLE IN FRONT OF UNIT
A Unit owner or tenant may only park one (1) vehicle on a street in front of his unit depending on the One Side Parking Scheme of the month (Clarification of OSP Policy). Thus, if a member has more than one car, he has to park one inside his garage and the others at the vacant parking lanes in the village which is also depending on the OSP of the month. EFFECTIVITY: Sept. 24, 2016
BOARD RESOLUTION No. 21-S-2016 | KARAOKE/VIDEOKE POLICY
1. No Videoke/Karaoke during weekdays
2. Saturday and Sunday may be allowed with permit, from 2pm to 10pm only. Beyond 10pm, penalty of 1000 per hour will be charged.
3. Videoke/Karaoke singing without permit shall be charged 3000 pesos per hour. EFFECTIVITY: Jan. 1, 2017
BOARD RESOLUTION No. 22-S-2016 | VILLAGE I.D.
All resident shall have a color-coded I.D. including:
1. Homeowners and family
2. Tenants and family
3. Employees ex. Drivers, Kasambahay etc.
5. Construction Workers
Submission of data/requirements starts on Jan 15-31 only EFFECTIVITY: Feb. 1, 2017
BOARD RESOLUTION No. 23-S-2016 | ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TENANTS
1. All tenant shall be subject to the approval of the Board of Directors before move-in.
2. Personal appearance and orientation with the Village Manager before move-in. EFFECTIVITY: Dec. 15, 2016
We are writing to you in relation to our new policy on caretakers(s) of your property/ies in SAN JOSE VILLAGE III.
In our efforts to improve security measures and to reduce numbers of burglary incidents, we are implementing the below policies within thirty (30) days after this notice, as stated in Board Resolution Number 17-S-2016:
Policy on Caretakers
a. Homeowners may assign a Caretaker to look after the property provided that they issue a letter of request to the village admin with the following information:
i. Name of caretaker
ii. Name(s) allowed persons to join caretaker
iii. Conditions given by the homeowner to the caretaker
1. Duration of assignment of caretaker
2. If caretaker is allowed to stay in the unit or only visit unit to check, clean or maintain
3. Restriction of the homeowner to the caretaker
b. Village Admin shall require the caretaker to submit the following before allowing move-in:
i. Name of caretaker;
ii. Copies of two (2) government IDs;
iii. NBI Clearance(s) issued within six(6) months prior to move-in;
iv. Police Clearance;
v. Barangay Clearance from previous residence;
vi. Two 1x1 ID photo (for village ID)
c. Caretakers are not allowed to bring their family, friends or any companion to the housing unit he/she is assigned to by the homeowner, unless with the written consent from the homeowner, the Village Admin and the BOD.Violation of this policy will result in banning of the said caretaker from the village.
d. Caretakers shall always carry their IDs while inside the village premises and shall be surrendered to the gate guard upon exiting the gate.
e. An employment contract or any binding agreement between the unit owner and the appointed caretaker shall be required, and is still subject to the approval of the HOA BOD.
f. Absence of requirements for the below is subject to the following penalties:
i. Non-submission of requirements - will not issue I.D.
ii. No Village ID - 1000 pesos per day
Our Homeowner's association is creating new policies toward the general welfare and safety of our village - and we are looking forward to your understanding and compliance.
Maraming salamat po!
HOA BOD 2016-2018
Their right of way request here in our village was already approved by the Board. After one-month processing, they said they will start installation of their facilities here in our village. So, either by January or February 2017, they will put up a booth at the clubhouse to start receiving applications of PLDT lines.