You may contact our Architectural Board Members and Support Staff using the information provided below or you may use our online Request Form for ACB Review.

Upcoming meeting information and schedules are located under the "Upcoming Board/Committee Meetings" heading.

Fairview Property Owners Association Architectural Control Board (ACB)
Member Phone E-Mail
Judy Whitney 352-860-1007
Ken Dolan 352-419-5260
Barbara Keller 352-341-0967
Rolando Diliegghio 352-537-3518
Ken McNally 352-341-1165
Dan Cashman 352-419-4356
Gene Kotler 239-287-4518
Upcoming Board/Committee Meetings
ACB meetings are held on the 2nd & 4th Thursday of the month at 9:15 AM at Villages Services Co-op, 2541 N. Reston Terrace, Hernando, FL. If you have any questions related to ACB activities, please contact Judy Whitney at 352-860-1007.


The Fairview Estates Architectural Control Board (ACB) is looking for volunteers. Anyone interested in joining may contact the ACB through this website. Please visit the “Contact Us” page to send a message.

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Request Form for ACB Review and Approval for Development of Property in Fairview Estates a Deed Restricted Community or you may use our online Request Form for ACB Review.

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ACB Covenant Package

Architectural Control Board (General Information)

The Architectural Control Board (ACB) is a special committee of the Fairview Estates Board of Directors. The Chairman of the ACB is appointed by the President of the Board of Directors, subject to the approval of the Board. The ACB Committee members consist of volunteers who have expertise in various fields and are willing to devote the time and energy necessary to maintain Fairview Estates as a quality community.

It is a goal of the ACB to execute their duties as representatives of the Fairview Estates Property Owners' Association (FEPOA) in the application of the Fairview Estates Covenants and to work with property owners to resolve nonconformance conditions.   ACB duties include the approval process for all construction and renovations to property where the exterior appearance is of concern to the overall community. This includes new home plans, home additions, storage buildings, fences, landscaping, repainting and other changes that affect the appearance of any structure.

Chairman - Establish membership and meetings calendar. Coordinate ACB meetings and apply covenant requirements. Attend and report to FEPOA meetings. Review construction and residential change applications. Review covenant violations and resolutions.
Co-Chairman - Assist the Chairman and assume duties in the absence of the Chairman.
Secretary of Covenant Violations - Collect violations from representatives for designated areas. Make verbal contact with violator if deemed appropriate. Prepare and maintain record listing violation(s) and report status at an ACB Quarterly meeting or as needed. Prepare drafts and mailings of violation letters (joint duty with Chairman).
Secretary of Construction - Record applications and review meeting minutes.
Applications - Mail out notices of approval. Contact applicant verbally and mail notice of non-approved application (joint duty with Chairman). Review and maintain files, blueprints, applications, Covenant violations, meeting minutes (joint duty with Secretary of Covenants).
Covenant Representatives - Observe and record non-conforming issues on form. Make verbal contact with violator if deemed appropriate. Review at an ACB meeting and transfer information to Secretary of Covenant. Track issues for status, conformance, correction or resolution. Confirm that construction and changes conform to the ACB approved plans such as setbacks, materials, colors, concealments and landscape, etc.
Support Personnel - Support the team in case of an absence. Provide expertise and knowledge to discussions.

A quorum will be a minimum of 3 and approvals require three signatures. The Chairman will be the tie breaker. ACB members participate in establishment of criteria and interpretations as stated in the covenants. Members shall discharge duties without bias, with fairness and according to the Covenants and establish criteria for the good of the community.

Brief Summary of the Fairview Estates Covenants
1. Homes must be at least 1,650 sq. ft. of living space.
2. Homes shall be single, detached dwellings for residential purposes only.
3. Any second structure (storage, workshop) must not exceed 14 ft by 14 ft and must be of the same design and material, etc., as the house.
4. No recreational vehicle, watercraft or trailer can be kept on any lot unless it is kept inside an approved structure.
5. A/C unites and mechanical pool equipment must be shielded by enclosure, screen or shrubbery.
6. A maximum of two (2) domestic pets is allowed- no horses.
7. Fences are only allowed in the rear of the lot- no chain link or wiring fencing. The use of rough hewn woods or natural planning fencing is encouraged.
8. All areas disturbed during construction are to be landscaped within 90 days after completion of construction.
9. All planned construction must be approved by the Architectural Control Board (ACB). A. Any Change or alteration to the exterior appearance must be approved by the ACB. B. This includes any post-construction changes such as repainting, additions, fences or other alterations.
10. Annual assessment is $75.00 per year per lot.
11. An approved mail box with newspaper boxes will be provided by the Property Owners Association.

A full set of Covenants & Easements is available from FEPOA - Contact Us Here.