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Rainbow of colors? Not so much

January 9, 2018 ITG 0

Many moved to Big Canoe because the natural colors and accents on homes blended so well with the palette Mom Nature chose herself. While some yearn for the “brights,” especially on bleak winter days, it […]

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Number junkies, rejoice!

January 9, 2018 ITG 0

By Treena Parish For all the number junkies out there, here’s a look back at what was happening in the Architectural Environmental Control Department in 2017. As of December 6, the ACC reviewed 313 items […]

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Happy holidays, but play by the rules please

November 9, 2017 ITG 0

By Treena Parish It’s that time of year again! Everybody seems to have holiday decorating on their minds, but before you make too many plans, here’s a review of what’s allowed, taken right from the […]

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A word about lights and fires

October 17, 2017 ITG 0

By Treena Parish The Architectural Control Guidelines are pretty specific about outdoor lighting. With autumn rapidly approaching, it’s important to make sure all lighting is in compliance. Below is an excerpt from the Architectural Control […]

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Please keep our bears from dumpster diving!

August 14, 2017 ITG 0

By Treena Parish Every new house under construction and large renovation project is required to have a dumpster available. These dumpsters are for the sole purpose of getting rid of construction debris. Nothing else. Unfortunately, […]

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All you ever wanted to know about building permits

June 15, 2017 ITG 0

By Treena Parish With the increase in remodeling/renovating projects that have been submitted recently, it’s important to understand when a county permit is required. Here’s the answer. Any owner or authorized agent who intends to […]