Dear Reservoir Residents,
Thank you for your patience. The past four years have been a journey thatincluded countless meetings where everyone has been given an opportunity to
In our meetings we identified many concerns that most believed were a
threat to property values and quality of life. Some of our concerns,
(occupancy limitations, exterior structures, rubbish, debris, accessory
structures and inoperable vehicles) were already addressed by Rankin County.
The other concerns are included as ordinances that will apply in the
proposed Reservoir Community District (RCD) only. The sign ordinance is
very similar to what is in place on PRV property at this time.
Section 2610 requires a utility permit. This utility permit is a product
of our belief that all residences must be maintained at the same level of
attractiveness as others in the area.
When a residence has a billing change on electricity, a utility permit has
to be obtained through the Department of Community Development of Rankin
County. Currently, a rental inspection and annual license exists on PRV
property that costs $100 each.
This inspection will include areas covered by the International Property
Maintenance Code that has been adopted by Rankin County and the ordinances
that have been proposed to become a part of the RCD. This inspection must
be completed by Rankin County before the electricity can be turned on. The
cost of the utility permit is $100. Upon adoption of the utility process
by Rankin County, the PRV intends to cancel its rental license and
Attached is a draft of the RCD and a map detailing the area to be included.
If you have any questions, please email me at email@example.com
Hope to see you on March 4, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. in the Board of Supervisors
meeting room in Brandon as we work to increase property values and maintain
our quality of life.
President of FRH