REVISED BY-LAWS

HERRON MAINTENANCE COMPANY
Revised October, 1993 (Superseded 2005)




ARTICLE I. PURPOSE
Section 1. Non-profit maintenance corporation
Section 2. Corporate powers
Section 3. Power to collect user fees
Section 4. Changes to purpose

ARTICLE II. MEMBERSHIP
Section 1. Membership requirements; vehicle stickers
Section 2. Voting by members only
Section 3. Membership appurtenant to lots; death of member
Section 4. Restrictions on tranfers of membership
Section 5. Only members in good standing can vote
Section 6. Compliance with rules and regulations
Section 7. Required conveyance language

ARTICLE III. DISSOLUTION
Section 1. Distribution of net assets to members

ARTICLE IV. TRUSTEES AND OFFICERS
Section 1. Powers vested in board; number of trustees
Section 2. Term of office of trustees
Section 3. Trustees must be members in good standing
Section 4. Events if trustee ceases to be member in good standing
Section 5. Election of board officers and terms; removal
Section 6. Employees not eligible to serve as trustees
Section 7. Filling vacancies on the board

ARTICLE V. MEETINGS
Section 1. Annual membership meetings
Section 2. Special membership meetings; how scheduled
Section 3. Notice of meetings
Section 4. Voting in person or by absentee ballot
Section 5. Definition of quorum for membership meetings
Section 6. Majority vote is binding
Section 7. Regular and special board meetings
Section 8. Order of business for meetings
Section 9. Robert's Rules of Order shall govern

ARTICLE VI. POWERS AND DUTIES OF TRUSTEES
Section 1. General powers
Section 2. Hiring and removal of agents and employees
Section 3. Management of corporation; establishment of rules
Section 4. Issuance of identification to members
Section 5. Power to charge and/or assess
Section 6. Keeping of records; presentation to members
Section 7. Limits on spending
Section 8. Emergency expenditures
Section 9. Sale of corporate property
Section 10. Delegation to Island Manager

ARTICLE VII. DUTIES OF OFFICERS
Section 1. President
Section 2. Vice President
Section 3. Secretary
Section 4. Treasurer
Section 5. Executive secretary; assistant treasurer
Section 6. Concurrent offices
Section 7. Standing committees; special committees
Section 8. Trustee failure to attend meetings

ARTICLE VIII. ASSESSMENTS
Section 1. Obligation of members to pay assessments
Section 2. Amount and payment of annual assessment
Section 3. Special assessments
Section 4. Method of notice, failure to pay, marital communities
Section 5. First liens

ARTICLE IX. FACILITIES USER FEES
Section 1. Authority to levy user fees

ARTICLE X. AMENDMENTS
Section 1. Procedures for amending By-Laws
Section 2. Plural equals singular; masculine equals feminine

ARTICLE XI. INDEMNIFICATION OF DIRECTORS, TRUSTEES, OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES OR AGENTS AUTHORIZED
Section 1. Powers to indemnify officers and agents

ARTICLE XII. CORPORATE SEAL
Section 1. Description of corporate seal

ARTICLE XIII. DATE OF ADOPTION
Section 1. Date of adoption of this version

ARTICLE XIV. SEVERABILITY CLAUSE
Section 1. Severability of Articles and Sections



BY-LAWS OF
HERRON MAINTENANCE COMPANY


ARTICLE I. PURPOSE

SECTION 1. This corporation shall be conducted as a non-profit maintenance corporation in accordance with RCW 24.03 for the purpose set forth in the Articles of Incorporation for the area situated in Pierce County, Washington, known as Herron Island and the wharf of the corporation located at Herron, including the specific purpose of maintaining and operating the private ferry between the wharf at Herron and Herron Island.

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SECTION 2. The corporation shall have the power to levy and collect assessments and/or charges against its members and against the lots owned or purchased by them for the purpose in its Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws set forth and to sell or forfeit their interest in the corporation for default with respect to any lawful provisions of said Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws and upon forfeiture of any such property as by law and in these By-Laws provided may transfer the membership of such defaulting member. The term "charges", as used in these By-Laws, includes dues, fines, penalties, and interest on delinquent accounts.

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SECTION 3. The corporation shall have power to levy and collect facility usage fees pursuant to Article IX of these By-Laws.

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SECTION 4. The purpose for which this corporation was created may be altered, modified, enlarged, or diminished at a meeting duly called for such purpose. Changes require a majority vote of those members in good standing who are either present at the meeting or voting by absentee ballot, provided that a quorum exists as defined in Article V, Section 5 of these By-Laws. Notice of such meeting shall be given in a manner provided by Article V, Section 3 of these By-Laws.

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ARTICLE II. MEMBERSHIP

SECTION 1. The membership of the corporation shall consist of and be limited to the owners of the fee interest in lots in the area described in Article II of the Articles of Incorporation or, if a lot has been sold under a recorded contract for a deed, the purchasers under such contract. Each member shall have one membership regardless of the number of lots so owned or purchased. There shall be only one membership appurtenant to each lot. If any lot or lots are owned or being purchased under a recorded contract for a deed by two or more persons or entities, such persons or entities shall collectively be entitled to one membership and to cast one vote among them in the name of the person or entity appearing on the voting record of the corporation as provided in Article VIII, Section 4 hereof. If any lot or lots are owned or being purchased under a recorded contract for a deed by a husband and wife, the marital community composed of such spouses shall be considered the member and either spouse may cast the vote of the member on the name of such marital community unless a specific spouse is designated as the person authorized to vote on the voting record of the corporation. The interest of each member shall be equal to that of any other member and no member can acquire any interest which shall entitle such member to any greater voice, vote or authority in the corporation than any other member. Each member shall be limited to a maximum of five owner's identification passes (auto decals.)

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SECTION 2. Except as herein before otherwise provided and as declaratory of the foregoing, no membership shall be voted unless represented by the owner or purchaser as fore described of an individual lot or lots to which it is and shall be inseparably appurtenant.

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SECTION 3. Membership shall be inseparably appurtenant to lots owned by the members and upon transfer of ownership, or contract of sale, of any such lots, memberships shall ipso facto be deemed to be transferred to the contract purchaser. No membership may be transferred, assigned or in any manner conveyed, other than in the manner herein before set forth. In the event of the death of a member, the membership of such member shall be and become the property of the personal representative of such deceased member upon the appointment and qualifications as such in judicial proceeding and such personal representative shall have all of the rights, privileges and liabilities of the deceased member until title shall be transferred or contracted to be transferred.

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SECTION 4. No membership shall be forfeited nor member be expelled except upon foreclosure for non-payment of assessment and/or charges, and no member may withdraw except upon transfer of title to the real property to which his membership is appurtenant, as elsewhere herein provided. No compensation shall be paid by the corporation upon any transfer of membership and no member whose membership is transferred shall be entitled to share or participate in any of the property or assets of the corporation.

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SECTION 5. No member shall be permitted to cast ballots of any kind if not in good standing with respect to all prior charges and/or assessments levied against the property.

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SECTION 6. In the event that any member of the corporation, his family or guests have violated any of the rules and/or regulations established by the Board of Trustees for the use of the corporation's facilities, such member shall be subject to fine in accordance with regulations established by the Board of Trustees and/or shall be prohibited from enjoying the benefits of membership thereof for such a period as the Board of Trustees shall direct. Specifically, and without limiting any of the foregoing, the Board of Trustees, at its sole discretion, may expel, ban or prohibit from Herron Island, or any of the corporation's facilities, any member of the corporation, family member of a member, or guest who poses a threat to the health, safety, well being or property of the corporation and its members.

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SECTION 7. Each member shall cause to be included in any instrument of conveyance or contract for conveyance or instrument of encumbrance of such member's interest in a lot to which such member's membership is appurtenant, or any portion thereof, the following language:

"Grantee covenants and agrees that the above described real estate shall be subject to the charges and assessments as provided for in and for the purpose set forth in the Articles of Incorporation and the By-Laws of the Herron Maintenance Company, a non-profit, non-stock Washington corporation. The above described real property is subject to:

a. Restriction, reservations and easements of record and as shown on the face of said recorded plat;

b. Use of said property for residential purposes only;

c. Rules and regulations set forth by the Board of Trustees and posted and published to the membership".

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ARTICLE III. DISSOLUTION

SECTION 1. In the event of the dissolution of the corporation, the assets remaining after the debts of the same have been paid as provided in RCW 24.03.225 shall be distributed to the members. Each member shall receive an equal portion of these assets less any outstanding delinquent charges or assessments.

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ARTICLE IV. TRUSTEES AND OFFICERS

SECTION 1. Corporate powers of the corporation shall be vested in a Board of Trustees. The Board of Trustees shall consist of an uneven number of members, not less than three nor more than nine. Within these limits, changes in the number of trustees may be made by the members of the corporation at any meeting or special meeting duly called for such purpose.

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SECTION 2. Trustees shall be elected to serve for two years, or until their successors are elected and duly qualified, with the following exceptions:

a. When filling a vacancy of the Board as described in Article IV, Sections 4 and 7, the term of office shall be the unexpired term of the vacated position.

b. Terms shall be staggered such that approximately half the Board terms expire each year. One year terms may be established by the Board to meet this requirement.

No trustee, nor trustees representing a single membership, shall be elected to more than two consecutive two-year terms.

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SECTION 3. Each trustee shall be a member who has not lost his right to vote by reason of delinquent assessments and/or charges and/or having disposed of property to which his membership is appurtenant. Each trustee and/or candidate shall be a member in good standing pursuant to Article II, Section 5 of the By-Laws.

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SECTION 4. In the event a trustee ceases to be a member in good standing, or the owner of a property to which his membership is appurtenant, or the contract purchaser thereof, he shall thereby cease to be a trustee and his office shall become vacant upon written notification without action other than to spread such a fact upon the minutes of the Board of Trustees.

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SECTION 5. At the first meeting of the Board after each annual meeting of its members, the Board of Trustees shall elect officers consisting of a President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. The Board may also at any time appoint an executive secretary and/or an assistant treasurer. Officers of the corporation so elected shall hold office for the term of one year and until their successors are qualified. Any officer may be suspended or removed by a majority vote of all of the trustees.

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SECTION 6. No paid employee of the Herron Maintenance Company shall be eligible to be a member of the Board by election, appointment or other methods.

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SECTION 7. Any vacancy occurring in the Board of Trustees shall be filled by appointment by a majority of the remaining trustees. Preference shall be given to members serving on any standing committees. The person so appointed shall hold office until the next regular annual meeting of the members of the corporation, at which annual or adjourned annual meeting the vacancies for the remainder of the original terms, if any, shall be filled by election by the members in the regular manner.

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ARTICLE V. MEETINGS

SECTION 1. Annual meetings of the members of the corporation shall be held at the principal place of business of the corporation or at such other place as the Board of Trustees may elect. The annual meeting shall be held on any Saturday in June of each year, as the Board of Trustees may elect, convening noon. Each member shall be given notice in the manner provided in Article V, Section 3 of the By-Laws.

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SECTION 2. Special meetings of the members may be called at any time by the President or a majority of the Board of Trustees or by members representing ten percent of the members in good standing. The purpose for which each special meeting is called shall be the only business legally conducted at such meeting. Notice of a special meeting stating the object thereof, shall be given in the manner provided in Article V, Section 3 of the By-Laws.

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SECTION 3. Written or printed notice stating the place, day and hour of the annual members' meeting, and in case of a special members' meeting, the purpose or purposes for which the members' meeting is called, shall by delivered not less than 15 nor more than 50 days before the date of the members' meeting, by mail, by or at the direction of the President, or the Secretary, or the officers or persons calling the members' meeting, to each member at the time of such notice. Such notice shall be deemed to be delivered when deposited in the United States mail addressed to the member at his address as it appears on the records of the corporation, with postage thereon. Each member shall have the responsibility to provide the corporation with the member's current mailing address.

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SECTION 4. A member may exercise his right to vote in person or by absentee ballot.

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SECTION 5. At any meeting of the membership of the corporation, which shall include, but not be limited to, annual and special meetings, ten (10) percent of all the members in good standing entitled to vote, in person at the meeting or represented by absentee ballot, shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of any business at said meetings. Each member in good standing pursuant to Article II, Section 5 shall be entitled to cast one vote.

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SECTION 6. After notice is given and a quorum is established pursuant to Article V, Section 5 of the By-Laws, any and all matters properly before the membership shall be binding upon each member in the event that such matter shall receive a majority of votes cast.

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SECTION 7. Regular meetings of the Board of Trustees shall be held without notice on the second Saturday of each month. Special meetings of the Board of Trustees may be called at any time by the President, Secretary, or a majority of the Board. The Secretary shall give each trustee notice by first class mail of all special meetings at least one week previous thereto, except that in an emergency the Secretary, or the President if the Secretary is not available, shall give notice personally at least 24 hours previous thereto. In the case of a lack of quorum, only necessary bills shall be approved for payment. A majority of the Board of Trustees shall constitute a quorum.

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SECTION 8. The order of business shall be as follows unless suspended by a majority vote of the members present at the annual meeting or by a majority vote of the trustees present at a regular meeting of the Board of Trustees:

1. Call the meeting to order
2. Roll call of officers
3. Reading of minutes of previous meeting
4. Treasurer's report
5. Bills of the corporation
6. Committee reports
7. Communications/correspondence
8. Elections
9. Unfinished business
10. New business
11. Adjournment

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SECTION 9. Except as provided in the Articles of Incorporation and these By-Laws, Robert's Rules of Order shall govern in the conduct of business at all meetings of the membership and the Board of Trustees.

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ARTICLE VI. POWERS AND DUTIES OF TRUSTEES

SECTION 1. Subject to limitations in the Article of Incorporation and the By-Laws and the laws of the State of Washington, all powers of the corporation shall be exercised by or under the authority of, and the business and the affairs of the corporation shall be controlled by, the Board of Trustees. Without prejudice to such general powers, and subject to the same limitations, it is hereby expressly declared that the trustees shall have the following powers:

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SECTION 2. To select and remove all the other officers, agents and employees of the corporation, prescribe such powers and duties for them as may not be inconsistent with the law, with the Articles of Incorporation or the By-Laws, fix their compensation and require from them security for faithful service.

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SECTION 3. To conduct, manage and control the affairs and business of the corporation, and to make, and cause to be enforced, such rules and regulations therefor as they deem advisable, which are not inconsistent with the law, the Articles of Incorporation, or the Bylaws; provided, however, that the power to adopt, amend and repeal rules and regulations governing the use, occupance, and maintenance of privately owned Lots shall be vested exclusively in the members, acting by affirmative vote of a majority of those members in good standing present and voting at any annual meeting of the members of the corporation or any special meeting of the members called for that purpose at which a quorum is present. (Amended September, 1996.)

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SECTION 4. To issue annual identification to owners in good standing or purchasers of lots in good standing as herein before described.

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SECTION 5. To charge and/or assess members of the corporation as herein before or hereinafter more particularly set forth.

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SECTION 6. To cause to be kept a complete record of all minutes and acts and to present a full statement to the regular annual meeting of members showing in detail the condition of the affairs of the corporation.

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SECTION 7. In exercising its corporate powers, if the Board or Trustees proposes to make an expenditure of over Ten Thousand and no/100 Dollars ($10,000.00) and if that proposed expenditure is not an ordinary and customary expenditure, then, in that event, the Board of Trustees shall first obtain approval of the general membership at a special meeting called pursuant to Article V, Section 2 of these By-Laws.

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SECTION 8. In the event of the need for an emergency expenditure of over Ten Thousand and no/100 Dollars ($10,000.00), all members of the Board of Trustees shall be polled (personally, by phone or by letter) to vote on said expenditures and their votes shall be recorded in the minutes of the next regular Board meeting. It is intended that this Section shall be an exception to Section 7 above.

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SECTION 9. In the event the Board of Trustees proposes to sell any article of property in excess of Five Hundred and no/100 Dollars ($500.00), then, in that event, the Board shall first obtain approval of the general membership at a special meeting called pursuant to Article V, Section 2, of these By-Laws.

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SECTION 10. The Board, by resolution, may delegate to a duly hired and authorized person or entity acting as Island Manager such powers as the Board may have under law, the Articles of Incorporation and the By-Laws. (Adopted February, 2000.)

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ARTICLE VII. DUTIES OF OFFICERS

SECTION 1. President. Except as provided in Section 2 below, the President shall preside at all meetings of the Board of Trustees and all meetings of the membership; he shall sign as President all contracts or other instruments in writing authorized by the Board of Trustees; he shall call special meetings of the Board of Trustees or of the membership whenever he deems it necessary; he shall have and exercise under the direction of the Board of Trustees the general supervision of the affairs of the corporation.

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SECTION 2. Vice President. The Vice President shall preside at all meetings in the absence of the President, and in case of the absence or disability of the President, shall perform all other duties of the President which are incidental to his office.

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SECTION 3. Secretary. The Secretary shall issue all notices and shall attend and keep the minutes of all meetings; he shall be custodian of the corporate seal, shall attest his signature and impress with the corporate seal all written contracts of the corporation, and shall perform all such other duties as are incidental to his office.

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SECTION 4. Treasurer. The Treasurer shall keep safely all moneys and securities of the corporation. The disbursements of same shall be by check, requiring dual signatures (i.e., President, Vice President, Treasurer or Assistant Treasurer or Secretary or as designated) under the direction of the Board of Trustees. He shall cause to be deposited all funds of the corporation in a bank selected by the trustees. At each annual meeting of the members and at any time directed by the trustees, he shall issue and present a full statement showing the financial condition of the corporation.

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SECTION 5. The executive secretary and/or assistant treasurer, if appointed by the Board of Trustees, shall perform such duties as may be designated by it.

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SECTION 6. Any officer, other than the President, may occupy two offices concurrently if the Board of Trustees so directs.

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SECTION 7. All committees shall consist of an uneven number of members. Under no consideration should one or more members of a committee assume authority of any nature not covered by the guidelines approved by the Board of Trustees. Standing committees shall be appointed by the Board of Trustees to administer the operation, care, maintenance, and improvement of all corporation facilities and to administer such other on-going affairs of the corporation the Board may direct. The Board shall appoint the chairman of each standing committee. The duties and responsibilities of each committee shall be described by a committee charter, prepared by the committee. Charters and any changes to same shall be ratified by the Board of Trustees.

Special committees shall be formed by action of the Board or by vote of the members of the corporation, as occasion demands. Committee members shall be appointed by the Board of Trustees and shall elect their own chairman. Each special committee shall be formed and function to address a single specific topic and end objective and shall be dissolved when this end objective has been satisfied. The Board of Trustees shall specify the scope, authority, end product and recommended schedule for each such committee at the time the committee is formed.

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SECTION 8. Any trustee failing to attend three consecutive regular meetings of the Board of Trustees, without a valid reason approved beforehand by a majority of the board, forfeits his position by reason of non-participation.

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ARTICLE VIII. ASSESSMENTS

SECTION 1. The members of the corporation shall be liable for the payment of such charges or assessments as may from time to time be fixed and levied by the Board of Trustees pursuant to the Articles of Incorporation and these By-Laws. The amount of such charges and assessments levied by the Board shall be in an amount to be approved by the membership at a special meeting called for that purpose. Such assessments and charges shall be charged and assessed equally against each member.

All charges or assessments when collected by the corporation shall remain the property of the members until such time as such charges or assessments are expended pursuant to the Articles of Incorporation and the By-Laws of the corporation.

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SECTION 2. An annual assessment shall be fixed and levied by the Board of Trustees in accordance with Section 1 of this Article VIII. All collections from such assessment shall be placed in a corporation general fund and/or dedicated funds as specified by the annual budget. The annual assessment may be paid in a single lump sum or in semiannual installments. Each member shall pay the initial installment (or single lump sum) to the corporation, at its office, within thirty (30) days after the effective date as established by the Board of Trustees. The balance shall be paid on or before the due date set by the board for the remaining installment.

The total annual assessment levied upon any member, but excluding facilities user fees as specified in Article IX and also excluding special assessments as specified in Section 3 of this Article VIII, shall not exceed the requirement for annual assessment established by the annual budget of the corporation and shall in no event exceed in any one year the sum of $698 (Six Hundred Ninety-eight Dollars). The annual budget shall be submitted by the Board of Trustees for approval by the membership at the annual meeting. (Amended June, 2000.)

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SECTION 3. In the event of an emergency, or for replacement or improvement of corporation facilities, or as necessary to carry out any or all of the purposes of the corporation as set forth in the Articles of Incorporation and these By-Laws, the President or a majority of the Board may call a special meeting of the membership in accordance with Article V, Section 2, for the purpose of levying a special assessment to cover the cost thereof. If approved in accordance with provisions of Article V, such assessment shall be binding upon each member of the corporation. All collections from such assessment shall be placed in a dedicated fund to be used solely for the purpose set forth for the assessment.

Each member shall pay the amount due of such assessment to the corporation, at its office, on or before the due date set forth by the Board of Trustees.

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SECTION 4. Notice of annual assessments or special assessments shall be mailed to each member of the corporation, at the member's address as it appears on the records of the corporation on the mailing date, with postage thereon. Each member shall have the sole responsibility of providing the corporation with his correct mailing address within a reasonable time before the mailing date.

Each portion of such assessments shall be paid by the member before the due date thereof or, in addition to such assessments, all expenses, attorney's fees and costs reasonably incurred in enforcing the same shall be paid by the member and shall be a lien upon the interest of such member in the land and the membership appurtenant thereto, superior to any and all other liens (except as in Section 5 of this Article VIII otherwise provided) created or permitted by the owner of such land and enforceable by foreclosure proceedings in the manner provided by law for the foreclosure of mortgages upon land; provided that no proceedings for the foreclosure of any said liens in this Article VIII shall be commenced except upon the expiration of forty-five (45) days from and after the due date of said notice of assessments in this section described in the manner provided herein.

Each member of a marital community under the laws of the State of Washington does irrevocably appoint during the existence of such marital community such member's spouse as an agent of the marital community for the purpose obligating the marital community to pay the amount of such member's assessment and for the purpose of encumbering the interest of the marital community in any lot or lots to which such membership is appurtenant.

The Board of Trustees shall, as necessary, impose penalties and/or interest charges for payments on assessments that are delinquent by more than thirty (30) days.

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SECTION 5. First mortgage liens and a first beneficial interest under a Deed of Trust placed upon any of said lots which are recorded in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington shall be, from the date of recordation of such, superior to such assessments and the liens resulting therefrom as are levied by the corporation subsequent to the date of recordation of the first mortgage or the Deed of Trust; provided, however, that the corporation is notified in writing of such first mortgage or Deed of Trust within thirty (30) days after recordation of such.

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ARTICLE IX. FACILITIES USER FEES

SECTION 1. Notwithstanding any other provision of these By-Laws, the Board of Trustees shall levy user fees, in amounts approved by the membership at the annual meeting or special meeting called for that purpose, for actual use of company facilities or property by any person, whether member or not.

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ARTICLE X. AMENDMENTS

SECTION 1. These By-Laws may be amended at an annual or special meeting of the membership by a majority vote of those members in good standing who are either present in person at the meeting or voting by absentee ballot, provided that:

a. Notice of the meeting has been given pursuant to Article V, Section 3 of these By-Laws.

b. An absentee ballot has been included with such notice as provided in Article V, Section 4.

c. Prior to or coincident with such notice, information has been provided to each member giving the rationale for the subject amendment(s).

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SECTION 2. As used under these By-Laws, the plural shall include the singular and vice versa and masculine, feminine and neuter words shall be used interchangeably.

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ARTICLE XI. INDEMNIFICATION OF DIRECTORS, TRUSTEES, OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES OR AGENTS AUTHORIZED

SECTION 1. The corporation shall have the powers as provided for in RCW 23B.08.320, RCW 23B.08.500, RCW 23B.08.600 and RCW 23B.17.030 which include the power to indemnify any person who was or is a party to or is threatened to be made a party to any threatened, pending, or completed action, suit or proceeding, whether civil, criminal, administrative or investigative (other than an action by or in the right of the corporation) by reason of the fact that he is or was a director, trustee, officer, employee, or agent of the corporation, or is or was serving at the request of the corporation as a director, trustee, officer, employee or agent of another corporation, partnership, joint venture, trust or other enterprise against expenses (including attorney's fees), judgment, fines and amounts paid in settlement actually and reasonably incurred by him in connection with the action or settlements of such action, suit or proceeding if he acted in good faith and in a manner he reasonably believed to be in or not opposed to the best interest of the corporation as provided for in RCW 23B.08.320, RCW 23B.08.500, RCW 23B.08.600 and RCW 23B.17.030; and the corporation shall have power to purchase and maintain insurance on behalf of any person who is or was a director, trustee, officer, employee or agent of the corporation, or as provided for in RCW 23B.08.580.

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ARTICLE XII. CORPORATE SEAL

SECTION 1. The seal of the corporation shall be in a circular form and shall contain the words "Herron Maintenance Co." and the words "Corporate Seal Washington 1958" in the form and style as affixed in these By-Laws by impression of said corporate seal.

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ARTICLE XIII. DATE OF ADOPTION

SECTION 1. These By-Laws, revised from the 1958 By-Laws, are duly adopted by the corporation and the corporate seal thereof affixed on the 16th day of October, 1993.

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ARTICLE XIV. SEVERABILITY CLAUSE

SECTION 1. Invalidation of any one of these Articles or Sections or a provision of a Section by judgment or court order shall not affect any other provisions which shall remain in full force and effect. (Adopted February, 2000.)

/s/

MARY TURPIN
President



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