Pet Ammendment, passed April, 2003.
“Two pets are allowed, of which only one pet shall be an outdoor pet, may be kept in any Unit, provided that: (a) such pet is not kept, bred or maintained for any commercial purposes; (b) the owner complies with all pet-related rules and regulations promulgated by the trustees from time to time with respect to the common areas; (c) only one of said pets may be kept as an "outdoor" pet. "Outdoor" pets are defined as those pets, which must be brought to the exterior of the owner's unit to perform daily functions (to urinate, defecate, and maintain exercise in a humane manner).
Notwithstanding the foregoing, those pets currently kept or maintained in any unit as of the date hereof may remain in such unit even though the current number of pets total more than one in the aggregate (“Grandfathered Pet”), provided that: (a) no such pet is kept, bred or maintained for any commercial purposes; (b) the owner complies with all pet-related rules and regulations promulgated by the Trustees from time to time with respect to the common areas; and (c) the owner submits a current photograph of all such pets to the Trustees on or before the date that this amendment is registered at the Registry. However, no resident may replace a Grandfathered Pet upon either its death or removal from the Condominium unless the replacement pet would be the only pet kept in the resident’s unit at that time. The foregoing prohibition shall not apply to Seeing Eye dogs or K-9 dogs documented by a physician as necessary to assist any blind person or law enforcement agency. In the event that any such pet, in the sole discretion of the Board of Governors causes or creates a nuisance, said pet shall be permanently removed for the condominium premises upon 3 days notice.”