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Camper Village

 

 

Camper Waiting List

 

Name  Date Status
     
Billy Lacher                                    07/24/2003              Placeholder 
Joe C. Martin 04/03/2008 Placeholder
Lee Moses 04/08/2008 Placeholder
Dr. Alan Hippensteal 05/09/2008 Placeholder
Hugh Vantleven 01/24/2011 Placeholder
     
Paul Harder 01/11/2008
Active
Ron Friis
08/01/2012 Active
Johanna Curtiss
10/14/2012 Active 
Werner Lehmann 03/24/2016 Active
Graham Lawrence
05/14/2016 Active
Jim Mann 05/16/2016 Active
Don Robbs
08/04/2016 Active
Bruce Busby
01/10/2017 Active
Dave Oldstrom
02/03/2017 Active
Ted Sauvain 03/20/2017 Active

 

 

Move Requested

 

Jeff Kaisner
Ben Gibson
Tweetie Bowman
Steve Ruark
Richard Johnson
BJ Leonard
Derek Lord

 

Camper Village map (png)

 

 

Waiting List Updated 04/29/2017

Camper Village Rules – Last revision 03/29/2016

1) Governance

a) All camper parking spaces are under the control of the Camper Village Committee.

b) The Camper Village Committee Chairperson has complete and final jurisdiction as to the

determination of camper parking space occupancy, including assignments and re-assignments.

 

2) Camper Parking Qualification

a) Member Qualifications:

i) The member must be a regular member in good standing to qualify for a camper parking

space. The member must also be the owner of record of the camper.

ii) Partnerships

(1) If there are multiple partners in a camper, the member who requests placement in the

Camper Village shall be the ‘occupant of record’. The ‘occupant of record’ must own an

equal or majority share in the camper.

(2) All partners in the camper must be regular members in good standing.

(3) Should the partnership dissolve, or if the ‘occupant of record’ no longer qualifies for

camper parking, the camper parking space shall revert to the Camper Committee

Chairperson for re-assignment.

(4) The other partner(s) shall have no claim to the parking space by virture of the

partnership and must qualify for parking space independently by progressing up the

appropriate waiting list.

b) Camper Qualifications:

i) Every member storing a camper at WCSC shall be required to carry and, upon request,

provide record of $100,000 of liability insurance. All stored equipment must be listed on the

lease agreement.

ii) Camper Size:

(1) Only Campers 36 feet or shorter (total length measured from tongue to bumper) will be

allowed a parking space in the Camper Villiage.

(2) Each camper parking space has different size limitations. The Camper Village Committee

shall maintain a survey of the camper village specifying the dimensions of each site and

the size limitations.

(3) If an owner wishes to change campers at their site, approval from the Camper Village

Committee is required and the new camper must meet the size requirements for the

space.

iii) No more than one camper parking space in the Camper Village shall be available per

membership.

iv) Popup campers do not qualify for a permanent parking space in the Camper Village.

 

3) Assignment Procedure

a) Camper Village Waiting List

i) The Camper Village Committee shall maintain a waiting list for members wishing to obtain a

non-popup camper parking space in the Camper Village. The waiting list shall be published

in the Windsong and on the WCSC website.

ii) Members who desire to have their names placed on the waiting list must:

(1) Send a non-refundable deposit of $50.00 to the club assistant treasurer. This fee shall be

applied toward the parking space lease upon assignment.

(2) The club assistant treasurer shall notify the Camper Village Committee Chairman of the

request to be placed on the list and the date of receipt of the check. Position on the

waiting list shall be determined by the date of receipt of the check to the club assistant

treasurer.

b) Camper Parking: Three roads in the Camper Village are designated as ‘A’ (closest to the

mainland head), ‘B’ (the middle road), and ‘C’ (closest to the lake). Roads ‘A’ and ‘B’ and other

approved areas in the general vicinity are for permanent camper parking as assigned by the

Camper Village Committee, which shall obtain Board of Steward approval prior to creating

additional permanent camper parking spaces. Road ‘C’ is designated as vehicle parking and

temporary boat storage as deemed necessary by the Dry Storage Committee.

c) Camper Parking Space Assignment:

i) New Assignments:

(1) When a camper parking space is identified for assignment by the Camper Village

Committee, the member at the top of the waiting list will be contacted for assignment.

If the member does not respond within 7 days to the offered assignment, the

administrator will offer the space to the next member on the waiting list.

(2) The contacted member may accept the offered parking space by notifying the Camper

Village Committee Chairperson, completing the WCSC Lease Agreement, and submitting

the form to the assistant treasurer. The member shall have 30 days to occupy their

assigned parking space. If the member fails to occupy the parking space within the time

limit, the parking space will be offered to the next member on the waiting list.

(3) Upon acceptance of an assigned space, the Camper Village Committee Chairperson shall

inform the assistant treasurer of changes in parking space assignment so the club

members will be charged appropriately.

ii) Re-Assignments:

(1) Parking space re-assignments will have priority over new assignments. The Camper

Village Committee may re-assign occupants to manage the club resources and/or

parking space constraints efficiently.

(2) No camper parking spaces may be transferred between members, but shall only be reassigned

by the Camper Village Committee.

(3) The camper parking space cannot be part of a sales transaction of a camper.

(4) Camper parking spaces may not be sub-leased by leaseholders.

(5) Upon re-assignment of a parking space, the Camper Village Committee Chairperson shall

inform the assistant treasurer of changes in parking space assignment so the club members

will be charged appropriately.

 

4) Temporary Use or Vacancy of Camper Parking Spaces

a) All circumstances involving removal or temporary absence of campers from assigned parking

spaces must be reported to the Camper Village Committee Chairperson. The Camper Village

Committee must approve temporary use of unoccupied assigned parking spaces.

i) Members who wish to use a temporarily unoccupied parking space may do so at the

discretion of the Camper Village Committee; however, any camper occupying the space

must be qualified as outlined in the Rules & Regulations, and the owner must complete a

WCSC Lease Agreement that designates a date before which the camper will be removed.

ii) Members who wish to use a popup camper in a temporarily unoccupied parking space may

do so at the discretion of the Camper Village Committee, and the camper shall be in its

closed configuration if it will be unoccupied for 24 hours or more.

 

5) Camper Village General Regulations:

a) Camper Footprint: The campsite footprint is generally a 6 foot border on each side of the

camper. This distance varies with each campsite. The Camper Village Committee shall survey the

camp sites and determine the appropriate footprint of each camp site.

b) Personal Items around Campers:

i) The camper parking site may contain picnic tables, decks, steps, or access ramps, shall be

approved by the Camper Village Committee prior to beginning construction, and shall

adhere to all Corps of Engineer regulations and local building codes. Should Corps of

Engineer regulations or local building codes change, it shall be the responsibility of the

owner to comply with the changes.

ii) Steps, access ramps, decks, and picnic tables must be in good repair and safe to use at all

times. Structures may not be placed in the ground and shall be free standing.

iii) In absence of guidance from Corps of Engineer regulations or local building codes, the

following standards shall be followed:

(1) Steps and ramps must be less than 6 feet wide or smaller if the footprint of the camp

site will not allow for 6 foot width.

(2) Steps and ramps shall not be more than 18 inches off the ground or higher than the

camper door threshold, whichever is higher.

(3) Steps, ramps, and decks higher than 18 inches off the ground shall have safety handrails

(4) In order to create safe steps, their length may exceed 6 feet from the camper, but shall

not exceed the length of the camper.

(5) Structures may not contain walls or roofs.

c) Grounds: Camper parking sites should be kept neat and trimmed at all times. Planting grass is

encouraged. Flowers and shrubs shall only be planted with approval of the Camper Village

Committee.

d) Waste Removal: It is strictly forbidden to discharge kitchen or toilet waste onto the ground.

Holding tanks contents are to be transferred to the septic trailer at ‘A’ Dock. Bedpans, urinals,

and dishwater may be emptied in the mainland head.

e) Utilities: The Camper Village shall function as two electric cooperatives, one providing 20 amp

service, and the other providing 30 amp service. Campers shall not exceed their service

amperage to insure safe, consistent service. Included in the cooperatives is the electricity for the

mainland head and the entrance gate. Each camper shall pay a share of the cost of electricity

and will be billed once a year for that share. Each camper is responsible for his/her electrical

sockets. The 30 amp cooperative will bear the entire cost of the electric bill from the 30 amp

meter divided equally among the campers on that service. The 20 amp cooperative will equally

divide 32% of the cost of the electric bill from their meter since it also provides service for ‘A’

Dock, ‘B’ Dock, and the mainland head.

f) Occupancy: The length of stay at any camper shall not exceed 14 days during any 30-

consecutive-day period. The Camper Village is for active use campers, and any camper which is

used less than 5 days each calendar year may be asked to move their camper to make room for

an active camper. Members shall keep an annual log of their camper usage.

g) Appearance and Condition of Campers: Campers will be kept in a neat and clean appearance

and in good repair. All campers shall have properly inflated tires. Areas around the camper will

be clean, neat, and free of obstacles to provide a safe environment. Any camper with soft sides

or soft sided slide-outs will close the camper or slide-outs if the member is going to be away

from the club for more than 24 hours.

h) Campfires: campfires are only allowed in designated campfire locations throughout club

grounds. Campfires are not allowed at camper parking spaces

i) Noise: Campers shall not make noise that may disturb neighbors from 2300 to 0700.

 

6) No-Use / Low-Use Campers and Poorly Maintained Equipment

a) The Camper Village Committee shall administer the camper parking spaces to support the needs

of an active membership Campers and parking spaces shall be assigned to members who

actively use their equipment

b) Addressing No-Use / Low-Use Campers:

i) Identifying No-Use / Low-Use Campers:

(1) The Camper Village Committee shall identify potential no-use / low-use campers within

the Camper Village

(2) If a camper is identified as no-use / low-use, the Camper Village Committee shall make

an initial contact with the owner to determine their situation and intentions regarding

the use of their camper. The Camper Village Committee shall follow up the initial

contact with a written document that summarizes the conversation. This summary can

be sent via email or regular mail to the owner. All such communications shall be part of

the monthly Camper Village Committee report to the Board of Stewards.

ii) Actions to Pursue No-Use / Low-Use Campers:

(1) As a result of the initial contact, the owner shall have 14 days to respond and the

Camper Village Committee may

(a) Continue to monitor use of camper, or

(b) Recommend revocation of camper parking space assignment to the Board of

Stewards

(2) If the Board of Stewards decides upon revocation of the camper parking space

assignment, the Board of Stewards shall send a certified letter to the owner notifying

them of the decision and instructing the owner that they have 30 days to remove their

camper and equipment from WCSC grounds.

iii) Penalties for Non-Compliance

(1) If the camper and equipment are not moved within the 30 day period, the owner shall

be fines $75.00

(2) If the camper and equipment are not moved within 90 days from the date of the letter,

the owner shall be fined an additional $150.00

(3) If the camper and equipment are not moved within 120 days from the date of the letter,

the owner shall be fined an additional $225.00, and the owner shall be charged an

additional $75.00 per 30 day period until the camper and equipment are removed.

c) Addressing Non-Compliant Equipment

i) Identifying Issues That Require Action:

(1) The Camper Village Committee shall inspect the Camper Village quarterly. Any items

deemed unsafe or non-compliant will be noted.

(2) If non-compliant equipment is identified, the Camper Village Committee shall make an

initial contact with the owner to determine their situation and intentions regarding the

equipment and shall inform the owner that they have 30 days to make their equipment

compliant to the Rules & Regulations. The Camper Village Committee shall follow up the

initial contact with a written document that summarizes the conversation, including the

owners intended actions and completion date. The summary may be sent via email or

regular mail and shall be included in the monthly Camper Committee report to the

Board of Stewards.

ii) Action to Pursue Non-Compliance

(1) If the owner does not meet compliance within 30 days, the Camper Village Committee

may

(a) Make a second contact with the owner to re-evaluate the situation, or

(b) Recommend revocation of the camper parking space assignment to the Board of

Stewards

(2) If the Board of Stewards decides upon revocation of the camper parking space

assignment, the Board of Stewards shall send a certified letter to the owner notifying

them of the decision and instructing the owner that they have 30 days to remove their

camper and equipment from WCSC grounds.

iii) Penalties for Non-Compliance

(1) If the camper and equipment are not moved within the 30 day period, the owner shall

be fines $75.00

(2) If the camper and equipment are not moved within 90 days from the date of the letter,

the owner shall be fined an additional $150.00

(3) If the camper and equipment are not moved within 120 days from the date of the letter,

the owner shall be fined an additional $225.00, and the owner shall be charged an

additional $75.00 per 30 day period until the camper and equipment are removed.

 

 

 

 

 

  

 



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