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Board of Directors Puts Forth Draft Conveyance Policy
Owning and maintaining infrastructure is one of KICA’s primary responsibilities. In keeping with the spirit of those responsibilities, the KICA Board of Directors put forth a draft conveyance policy in late February 2019 for community input. The policy will be reviewed at the board’s March 4 meeting.
The conveyance policy sets forth the manner in which KICA accepts or rejects common property conveyance requests from a developer or other island entity. KICA has not accepted any conveyance since 2015, when the master developer’s right to unilaterally convey property to the association expired.
The policy includes specifics on how the process works for both infrastructure and landscaping, including the timeline for inspections and the appeals process. Landscaping conveyances, which require the immediate commitment of resources, may require a delay in order for these to be included in the association’s budget. The conveyance policy does not apply to the property referred to as Captain Sam’s Spit, as the developer will not attempt to transfer common property in that neighborhood to
This policy is meant to ensure that infrastructure or landscaping conveyed to the association is at a standard consistent with the overall quality on the island.
Visit kica.us to read the draft policy in full. The board of directors meeting takes place Monday, March 4 at 1 p.m. at Beachwalker Center. You can also view the meeting via livestream at kica.us/livestream.