ADMINISTRATION 30-5093-1, Authorized Resident (AR) ….
ADMINISTRATION 30-5093-1, Authorized Resident (AR) Rules of Conduct 1.PURPOSE
The purpose of the Authorized Resident (AR) Rules of Conduct is to protect Golden Rain Foundation (GRF), GRF staff, GRF contracted service providers and GRF residents.
The Rules of Conduct apply to GRF Members/Owners, Qualified Permanent Residents, Co-occupants, Renters/Lessees, caregivers, and visitors. 2. RULES OF CONDUCT 2.1. Shall apply on all property held in trust by GRF (Trust Property).
2.2. Shall apply on Mutual Property for behavior and actions toward GRF staff and GRF contracted serviced providers working in Mutuals. 2.3. GRF Members are responsible for the actions of all those associated with their property, including the following: Qualified Permanent Residents, Cooccupants, Renters/Lessees, Caregivers, and visitors.
2.4. Interactions with others must be respectful and non-abusive, both verbally and physically.
2.4.1. Behaviors such as the following are prohibited:
18.104.22.168. Verbal or physical violence, implied or actual (threats).
22.214.171.124. Personal insults and yelling.
126.96.36.199. Any form of discrimination.
188.8.131.52. Unwanted or offensive touching, filming, photography and recording. 184.108.40.206. Sexually suggestive language.
220.127.116.11. Directing objects or substances at another person with intent to harm or intimidate.
18.104.22.168. Disruptive behavior, personal attacks, or harassment during GRF meetings. 22.214.171.124. Creating a hostile work environment for GRF staff and GRF contracted service providers on Trust Property or while working in Mutuals. 126.96.36.199. Bodily odor or cleanliness that would be considered offensive and a health and safety hazard to others. 188.8.131.52. Willful damage, destruction, or defacing of to Trust Property, or unauthorized/ unlawful entry, use or trespass upon Trust Property.. 184.108.40.206. Non-compliance with GRF Governing Documents.
3. NON-COMPLIANCE 3.1. Non-compliance will result in a penalty for each violation. See 30-5093-2 for schedule of fines and penalties.
3.2. To protect GRF, repeat offenders may be subject to legal action.
3.3. For offenses that are governed by City, State or Federal laws the appropriate authorities will be contacted. 4. Notification of Violation and Right to Hearing See Procedure 30-5093-3 for Notification of Violation and Right to Hearing procedures.
FINANCE 40-5061-2, Fees The following schedule of fees is established by the Golden Rain Foundation (GRF). 1. FACILITIES AND AMENITIES (AMENITIES) FEE: 1.1. Existing All GRF Members (owner & co-owner), Co-occupants and Qualified Permanent Resident(s) Each owner, co-owner, co-occupant, non-owner, or qualified permanent resident is are required to pay a onetime, non-refundable Amenities fee. 1.2. The Amenities fee for an existing GRF Member (owner & , co-owner), Cco-occupant non-owner and Qqualified Ppermanent Rresident(s) co-owner, represents a use fee for access and use of the Trust facilities, amenities, and participation in GRF activities. 1.3. Non-resident co-owners do not pay an Amenities fee and have no right to use any of the facilities or amenities except as a guest of a Member. 1.4. The Amenities fee is calculated as twenty-five (25) times the monthly GRF assessment and rounded up to the nearest dollar. The Amenities fee is reviewed annually and is implemented on January 1st of each year. 1.5. Existing GRF Member (owner & co-owner), Co-occupant nonowner( s) and Qualified Permanent Resident(s) may transfer from one unit to another without having to pay the Amenities fee again. They have thirty (30) days to complete the transfer.
1.5.1. If they not expanded by/ condensed by relinquish their GRF membership are out of the community for more than thirty (30) days, a new Amenities fee will need to be paid. 1.6. The Amenities fee shall be allocated as follows:
1.6.1. Fifty percent (50%) into the GRF Capital Improvement Fund.
1.6.2. Fifty percent (50%) into the GRF Reserve Fund.
2. PAYMENT OF AMENITIES FEE: 2.1. New Members are encouraged to pay the Amenities fee in full at the close of the purchase escrow. By California statute, GRF has established a finance plan to pay the Amenities fee over a seven-year period for those Members who wish to finance the fee. 2.2. Members who opt to finance the payment of their Amenities fee must complete a Promissory Installment Note and agree to the terms of the Note.
2.2.1. If a Member opts to finance the Amenities fee, the Member shall pay a one-time upfront payment of twenty-five percent (25%) of the total Amenities fee at the close of Escrow and make seven (7) equal annual installment payments of the remaining balance. Each annual payment will be due and payable on the anniversary of the date of purchase until the principal amount, including the finance charge, is paid in full. 2.2.2. The annual finance charge on matured, unpaid amounts shall be one percent (1%) per month (APR of 12%) paid annually on the outstanding balance. 2.2.3. In the event that a unit changes ownership before the Amenities fee is paid in full, the balance due must be paid before transfer is complete. 2.2.4. All co-occupant nonowners and qualified permanent residents must pay the Amenities fee in advance without an option to finance. 3. MEMBERSHIP CERTIFICATE AND MUTUAL STOCK CERTIFICATE PROCESSING FEE: 3.1. GRF shall issue one membership certificate per unit.
3.2. GRF shall issue and one stock certificate per unit in Mutuals 1-12 and 14-16. They may contain one or more names. 3.3. A certificate processing fee of two hundred fifty dollars ($250) will be charged in advance each time any of the certificates are changed or altered to cover the cost of preparing, recording and/or replacing either or both certificates. To cover the cost of preparing, recording and/or replacing either or both certificates, a certificate processing fee of two hundred fifty dollars ($250) will be charged in advance each time any of the certificates are changed or altered. 3.4. The certificate processing fee will be waived when a Member elects to remove a deceased co-owner from the title and have new certificates issued. The fee will be waived only within one (1) year of the owner’s death and will not be waived for other transfer requests such as the replacement of lost certificates, or the addition or removal of Member owners or nonresident co-owner(s). 3.5. The Certificate processing fee shall be allocated to Cost Center 533 (Stock Transfer). 4. TRANSFER FEE—IN ESCROW:
The seller of a Mutual share of stock shall pay a transfer fee of five hundred dollars ($500) to cover the cost of transferring ownership(s). The fee shall be allocated to Cost Center 533 (Stock Transfer). 5. Non-Owner, Co-Occupant Processing Fee Non-Owner, Co-Occupant and Qualified Permanent Resident shall be charged a Pprocessing fee of one hundred dollars ($100) shall be charged to cover the set up and processing costs. and shall be allocated to Cost Center 533 (Stock Transfer). 6. MUTUAL CORPORATION FEES
Each Mutual represents a fully independent corporation and as such may establish fees applicable to the Mutual. GRF operates as the management company for the Mutuals and will, as part of its duties, apply Mutual Fees in accordance with established Mutual policies/rules. (See the 7000 Policy Series). 7. STOCK TRANSFER LEGAL REVIEW OF TRUST FEES Upon a requested transfer of stock ownership by a Trust, either by the sale of a unit or an in-house ownership transfer, Probate Code §18100.5 delegates to the GRF the right to request the current acting trustee or successor trustee to provide either a certification of trust, or a copy of the trust. The following procedures will be is implemented.
7.1.1. Any trustee or successor trustee seeking to transfer the ownership of a mutual unit, either by the sale of the unit through escrow or an in-house ownership transfer, will be required to provide the Stock Transfer Office a Certification of Trust, or, a copy of the Trust document for the GRF attorney to review prior to any completed transfer of ownership. 7.1.2. The Stock Transfer Office shall not proceed with any sale or transfer of ownership via a trust document prior to the GRF attorney reviewing the trust and providing in writing a letter of release allowing the Stock Transfer Office to proceed. 7.1.3. In an effort to offset the cost of the required GRF attorney review, there shall be assessed to the trustee or successor trustee, a fee of one hundred twenty-five dollars ($125) representing the attorney’s fee and GRF’s pro-rated staff time, to be collected at the time of the trust review. 7.1.4. Legal Review of Trust Fees shall be allocated to Cost Center 533 (Stock Transfer). 8. LESSEE ANNUAL AMENITIES FEE—FOR ALL MUTUAL 17 ONLY LEASES INITIALLY DATED PRIOR TO JANUARY 1, 2021 AND SUBSEQUENT RENEWALS 8.1. The GRF annual Lessee Amenities fee is a required use fee for access to the Trust facilities, amenities, and participation in GRF activities. The Lessee fee is calculated at twenty-five percent (25%) of the GRF annual assessment rounded up to the nearest dollar for each occupant. 8.2. The required annual Lessee Amenities fee payment is due and payable in full on the date of the lease agreement. No monthly payments can be made. 8.3. If delinquent, the current (before January 1, 2021) Mutual 17 Lessee, shall pay damages to reimburse GRF for its expense and overhead in collecting the payment as follows: 8.3.1. A twenty-five dollar ($25) late fee, and
8.3.2. Interest at one percent (1%) per month (APR of 12%) from the original date due until the date the full payment is received.
8.4. In addition to late fees, for each check from a Lessee that a bank returns for any reason, the Lessee must pay a twenty-five dollar ($25) returned check fee, and all bank charges assessed against the association. 8.5. If a Lessee becomes more than ninety (90) days delinquent, the Lessee will receive a 30-day notice of GRF’s intent to suspend the right to use GRF amenities and Trust facilities, including driving privileges upon GRF Trust streets. GRF may also refer the Lessee account to an attorney or collection agency for appropriate action. All fees incurred by an attorney or collection agency to recover the delinquent amounts will be assessed to the Lessee. 8.6. GRF reserves the right to collect the delinquent account for the Amenities fee from Lessor. 8.7. Lessee Amenities fees shall be allocated as stated in Section 1.7.
9. The fee for verifying Powers of Attorney and Court Orders will be seventy-five dollars ($75) per document, per review., and shall be allocated to Cost Center 533 (Stock Transfer).
10. The fee for additional Leisure World maps will be one dollar ($1) per map (shareholders excluded). 11. All Fees are subject to annual review and are subject to change.
LIBRARY 70-2504-2, The Library—Fees 1. Fines and Charges At the time a library patron borrows materials from the library collection, the patron assumes the responsibility for the care and timely return of the materials.
1.1. Late books and audio $.25 per day with a maximum fine of $10.00.
1.2. Late media $.50 per day with a maximum fine of $10.00.
1.3. Late Launchpad $1.00 per day with a maximum fine of $15.00.
1.4. Late paperback $.25 per day with a maximum fine of $5.00.
1.5. Late magazines and DMV handbooks $.25 per day with a maximum fine of $3.00. 1. LOST OR DAMAGED MATERIAL 1.1. If materials are so damaged as to be judged by the library as being unsuitable for the collection, the patron must pay the current replacement cost. Patron will be allowed to have the damaged materials once payment has been received. Items not returned within 30 days of their due date will be marked as lost and library patron will be billed for their replacements. Patrons may reconcile any material marked as lost by returning the item/ items or paying the lost fee. CHANGES, page 7 1.2. If material is lost, the patron must pay the current replacement cost. materials are so damaged as to be judged by the library as being unsuitable for the collection, the patron must pay the current replacement cost. Patron will be allowed to keep the damaged materials once payment has been received. 1.3. All fines and fees shall be collected at the library. The patron will be billed the current replacement cost for any library material marked as lost. 1.4. All fees shall be collected at the library.
1.5. Patrons with material billed on their account shall be prohibited from checking out additional library material until such time as the account is settled in full. 2. SERVICES 2.1. A photocopy machine is available to patrons who wish to copy materials at the rate of $.10 per page. 2.2. Faxes sent within the USA at a rate of cost $1.00 per page. Faxes sent outside the USA at a rate of cost $3.00 per page. Faxes received at a rate of cost $.50 per page. 2.3. A printer is available to patrons who wish to print material at the rate of at a cost of $.10 per page. SECURITY 80-1937-1, Parking—Rules 1. PREFACE In order to promote safety, all drivers and pedestrians shall follow the same parking rules as required on public streets, unless otherwise specified herein.
2. GENERAL RULES
The following Parking Rules are enforced and are applicable to all persons owning, controlling or operating vehicles on Golden Rain Foundation (GRF) TRUST PROPERTY. This refers to the streets, sidewalks, parking areas, clubhouses, grounds, and other amenities overseen by GRF.
2.1. All MEMBER/OWNERS (M/O) are solely responsible for the actions of any VISITOR, RENTER/LESSEE (R/L), CAREGIVER OR CONTRACTOR who has entered Leisure World Seal Beach (LWSB) under their authorization, as well as any persons who have entered LWSB through their R/L’s authorization. Therefore, the M/O is responsible for any fines and penalties associated with their unit that are imposed by GRF. 2.2. GRF is not liable for damaged, lost or stolen property associated with the use of vehicles on GRF TRUST PROPERTY. 2.3. GRF vehicles are exempted from these policies when appropriate, such as maintenance or security vehicles assisting first responders or providing emergency services to a unit or GRF TRUST PROPERTY. 2.4. Documentation 2.4.1. NoMOTORVEHICLE(including GOLF CARTS) may be parked on TRUST PROPERTY without a GRF decal on its windshield or GRF entry pass visibly displayed. In the case of COMMERCIAL VEHICLES or RVs without a windshield or dashboard, a GRF pass can be secured to the vehicle or the trailer. 2.4.2. Any vehicle without proof of current valid State registration may not be parked on TRUST PROPERTY at any time. 2.5. Requirements 2.5.1. All persons parking IN LEISURE WORLD SEAL BEACH must observe California Vehicle Code Chapter 10.12 regarding time limits associated with the painted curbs and parking limitations listed in this document. 2.5.2. Curb or Parking space – Vehicles may park in a designated parking space or along a curb or sidewalk, unless otherwise provided herein.
2.5.3. Parking on all Trust Streets (streets having names) shall be in the direction of the flow of traffic in all cases of parallel parking. 2.5.4. Vehicles on a two-way travel roadway must be parked with the passenger side wheels within 18 (eighteen) inches of the curb or sidewalk. 2.5.5. Vehicles must be parked completely within the marked boundaries of a parking space, except for commercial or recreational vehicles more than 20 feet in length. 2.5.6. No MOTOR VEHICLE may be parked with any portion of the vehicle on a sidewalk. 2.5.7. At no time may a motor vehicle be parked with any portion of the vehicle on the grass. 2.5.8. Vehicles may be parked for no more than 72 (seventy-two) hours in one location. 2.5.9. At no time may a vehicle be parked in a manner that creates a traffic hazard, interferes with other vehicle access, PEDESTRIAN traffic, or access to facilities or equipment. 2.5.10. MOTOR VEHICLES shall not park in GOLF CART- or LSVdesignated spaces. 2.5.11. Pods, moving trailers or similar portable storage units are permitted on TRUST PROPERTY for up to 72 (seventy-two) hours with prior authorization. 2.5.12. Trailers not hitched to a vehicle are not permitted to be parked on TRUST PROPERTY.
3. PARKING ZONES 3.1. Red Zone: Vehicles in violation are subject to immediate tow at the VEHICLE owner’s expense.
3.1.1. Fire Hydrant: No person shall park within fifteen (15) feet of a fire hydrant even if the curb is unpainted. 3.1.2. Fire Lanes: A vehicle may not be left unattended at any time.
3.1.3. Bus Stops: No person shall park or leave standing any vehicle within thirty (30) feet on bus-stop side of the street to provide for loading and unloading of buses unless otherwise marked.
3.2. Blue Zone (Handicapped): Vehicles must display a valid, governmentissued disabled (handicapped) license plate or placard. 3.3. Green Zone: Parking may not exceed twenty (20) minutes. EXCEPTION: Unlimited time parking in a Green Zone is permitted only when the vehicle is displaying a valid governmentissued disabled license plate or placard. 3.4. White Zone: Immediate passenger loading and unloading only.
3.5. Yellow Zone: Vehicle loading and unloading only not to exceed 20 (twenty) minutes. 3.6. Unpainted: Parking is permitted up to 72 (seventy-two) hours, unless otherwise restricted.
4. SPECIFIC VEHICLE TYPES 4.1. Commercial Vehicles 4.1.1. Contractor vehicles must comply with all traffic and parking rules and regulations inside the community and must not obstruct or park on sidewalks or walkways. 4.1.2. Contractor and service vehicles, including personal vehicles driven by EMPLOYEES or COMMERCIAL WORKERS, shall not be parked overnight on TRUST PROPERTY (including named TRUST STREETS) without a permit. 4.2. GOLF CARTS AND LSVS 4.2.1. GOLF CARTS AND LSVs may be parked in parking spaces or along curbs designated for GOLF CARTS or MOTOR VEHICLES. 4.2.2. GOLF CARTS AND LSVs may not be parked in any manner interfering with foot or vehicle traffic. 4.2.3. Parking on a sidewalk by GOLF CARTS AND LSVs is prohibited. 4.3. BICYCLES AND ELECTRIC BICYCLES 4.3.1. BICYCLES or ELECTRIC BICYCLES must be parked utilizing bicycle racks where provided.
4.3.2. BICYCLES or ELECTRIC BICYCLES may not be parked in any manner interfering with foot or vehicle traffic. 4.3.3. Attended BICYCLES or ELECTRIC BICYCLES may be parked off pavement, but only in such a manner as not to damage landscaping. 4.3.4. Parking on a sidewalk by BICYCLES or ELECTRIC BICYCLES is prohibited. 4.3.5. Overnight parking of bicycles on TRUST PROPERTY is not permitted. 4.4. MOBILITY SCOOTERS 4.4.1. MOBILITY SCOOTERS may be parked in parking spaces designated as intended for “SCOOTERS” or “GOLF CARTS.” 4.4.2. MOBILITY SCOOTERS may not be parked in any manner interfering with foot or vehicle traffic. 4.4.3. Parking a MOBILITY SCOOTER on a sidewalk is prohibited.
4.5. RECREATIONAL VEHICLES (RV) OR VEHICLE USED FOR RECREATION (VUFR) 4.5.1. The RV or VUFR parked on TRUST PROPERTY MUST display a GRF-issued decal or an entry pass. 4.5.2. The RV or VUFR cannot be parked for more than 72 (seventytwo) hours.
4.5.3. Other activities, such as vehicle maintenance, sleeping, cooking or resting in the RV or VUFR, are not allowed. 4.5.4. The RV or VUFR must be parked with engine and accessory equipment (e.g. exterior lights, air conditioner, audio and video equipment) shut off. The generator may be used while loading or unloading the vehicle and ONLY between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. 4.5.5. The extensions such as slide-outs, tilt-outs, and awnings must remain closed. Steps must not block the sidewalk. 4.5.6. The RV or VUFR shall not be attached to any external power or water supply. 4.5.7. Leveling jacks, if used, must include a base plate sufficient to prevent damage to pavement. 4.5.8. No animals or children shall be left unattended on or within any RV or VUFR at any time. 5. TRUST PROPERTY PARKING AREAS 5.1. CLUBHOUSE ONE
There is no parking between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. in the following Clubhouse One parking areas: 5.1.1. Parking in the Tthe lot near the woodshop. is prohibited between 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. 5.1.2. Parking is prohibited between
11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. in Tthe spaces on the west side of the clubhouse (Burning Tree).
5.1.3. Parking is permitted up to 72 (seventy-two) hours in Tthe lot across from the clubhouse next to the golf course, except for Employee vehicles during their work shift and authorized GRF contractor vehicles. 5.1.4. No RVs are allowed to park overnight near Clubhouse One or in the lot across from the clubhouse, next to the golf course.
5.2. CLUBHOUSE TWO 5.2.1. Parking in the lot next to the Woodshop and car wash is prohibited between 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. 5.2.2. Parking is prohibited between 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. in the spaces on the east side of the clubhouse (El Dorado). 5.2.3. Parking is permitted up to 72 (seventy-two) hours in the lot between the clubhouse and the RV lot if the vehicle displays an official GRF decal or an unexpired short-term entry pass issued by the Security Department. 5.2.4. No RVs are allowed to park overnight near Clubhouse Two, except as stated in 5.2.3.
5.3. CLUBHOUSES THREE AND FOUR 5.3.1. No overnight parking allowed, except for The Radio Club Yellow Emergency Van 3 and contractor vehicles as authorized by GRF. 5.3.2. No RVs are allowed to park overnight near clubhouses three and four. 5.4. Building Five, Clubhouse Six, Healthcare Center, Administration and Alley. 5.4.1. No overnight parking is permitted, except for GRF Security Vehicles, CARE ambulances, Leisure World Pharmacy delivery vehicles;two(2)healthcarevehicles; the vehicle used by the 24-Hour Nurse; the HCC Golf Cart, GRF vehicles and contractor vehicles as authorized by GRF. 5.4.2. Parking spaces in the Health Care Center parking lot, unless otherwise marked, will be for AUTHORIZED RESIDENTS and VISITORS of Leisure World Seal Beach during business hours. 5.4.3. No RVs are allowed to park overnightinanyspacenearbuilding five, Clubhouse Six, the healthcare center, the administration building and the alley.
5.5. AMPHITHEATER 5.5.1. Only employees of GRF or the Healthcare Center (HCC) may park in designated employee parking from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday. 5.5.2. AUTHORIZED RESIDENTS may only park in spaces marked for “Staff” or “HCC” from 6 p.m. until 11 p.m. Monday through Friday, and from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. 5.5.3. No overnight parking is allowed.
5.5.4. Visitors are only allowed to park in the Amphitheater parking lot during GRF-sponsored special events. 5.5.5. The parking space designated for the HCC 24-Hour Nurse may never be used by anyone else except that employee and the HCC Golf Cart. 6. SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES 6.1. No animal or child is allowed to be left alone in any parked vehicle on TRUST PROPERTY. Animal Control CHANGES, page 8 or Seal Beach Police, respectively, will be called immediately.
6.2. “For Sale” signage shall not be displayed on any vehicle on TRUST PROPERTY.
6.3. Vehicles may not be repaired and/or major service may not be performed, and fluids may not be changed on any TRUST PROPERTY. 6.4. All vehicles must be washed at the car and RV washing areas behind Clubhouse Two. The vehicle must be owned by the AUTHORIZED RESIDENT and must display a GRF-issued decal. 6.5. Non-RESIDENTS shall not be permitted to wash their vehicles anywhere on TRUST PROPERTY.
The Security Department has been authorized by the GRF Board of Directors to enforce the traffic rules of this community in compliance with California Vehicle Code Section 22658, which may result in the towing of a vehicle at the vehicle owner’s expense.
7.1. MOTOR VEHICLES Subject to Immediate Towing at the VEHICLE Owner’s Expense:
7.1.1. Those in red zones designating fire lanes or fire hydrants; 7.1.2. Those parked in any no-parking zone; 7.1.3. Those parked in handicapped spaces without a proper government-issued placard or state-issued disabled license plates; 7.1.4. Those in properly posted construction zones; 7.1.5. Those blocking entrances, exits and crosswalks, or preventing access to or operation of another motor vehicle.
7.1.6. Those leaking gasoline, oil or any other hazardous fluids; and
7.1.7. Those parked in the space designated for the HCC 24-Hour Nurse.
7.1.8. Any PROHIBITED VEHICLE: 220.127.116.11. Boats or unattached trailers; 18.104.22.168. Inoperable vehicles; 22.214.171.124. Unlicensed and/or off-road vehicles (except golf carts);
126.96.36.199. Vehicles lacking current state registration; 188.8.131.52. Aircraft.
7.2. OTHER PARKING VIOLATIONS SUBJECT TO TOWING Any vehicle issued a Community Rules Violation notice shall be subject to towing 72 hours after the citation has been posted.