Please see below for helpful links and documents regarding the neighborhood!
MLII Restrictive Covenants & ByLaws
The below document is the version that was revised by the ML II HOA in 2009 and filed in the York County Courthouse in 2010, with one exception: Article III, Section 6, of the Bylaws was amended by the ML II HOA in 2013 to read: The presence, in person or by proxy, at a meeting of Members entitled to cast at least twenty-five percent (25%) of the votes shall constitute a quorum for any action, except as otherwise provided in the Articles of Incorporation, the Declaration, or these Bylaws. If, however, a quorum is not present or represented at any meeting, subsequent meetings may be called, subject to the same notice requirement, and the required quorum for subsequent meetings shall be at least fifteen percent (15%) of the Members entitled to cast votes. No such subsequent meeting shall be held more than ninety (90) days following the preceding meeting. If a quorum is not present or represented at a meeting, a valid proxy at that meeting shall be valid and may be used to vote at any subsequent meeting. VIEW PDF
RHPD Patrol Agreement for MLII HOA Property
The below 2010 agreement (unsigned copy shown) gives the Rock Hill Police Department the authority to enforce city trespassing laws at the four lakes owned by the ML II HOA (lakes Miller, Charlotte, Churchill, and Carroll) and the clubhouse, pool, and tennis courts. VIEW PDF
City Codes For Grass, Debris and Junk Vehicles
This text is a summary of some City of Rock Hill laws about cutting grass on lots that are improved (with a house) and not improved (no house), leaving debris and trash in yards, and keeping junk and derelict vehicles. VIEW PDF
Guidelines for Fences in MLII
This is a quick reference for homeowners/contractors to use in designing and installing fences in the neighborhood. Prior to any work commencing, an ARC request must be filled out. VIEW PDF
Meadow Lakes II Mailbox Maintenance Jan 2020
This reference is intended to guide the neighborhood in keeping their mailboxes in good working order and looking good to keep the appearances of our neighborhood appealing. VIEW PDF
Architectural Review Committee
The ARC is an arm of the HOA and is used to maintain the standards of the neighborhood. There are 4 members of the ARC, two on the board, one homeowner, and an outside Architect. Any addition or change to the outside appearance of a property requires approval by the ARC BEFORE work can begin. The members review changes requested by homeowners, make appropriate changes as necessary and ensure that things are done in the manner intended in the covenants.
The ARC has completed a standardized form for our residents to use to submit projects, changes, etc…to their residences. Print the form, complete it, sign it, and send to the ARC along with any other documents required. The ARC endeavors to maintain property values in our neighborhood by providing constancy to the outward appearance of properties. VIEW PDF