Building Committee

The Building Committee reviews and makes recommendations to the President for approval or denial of all proposed construction of dwellings and accessory structures. This ensures that they meet the building standards outlined in the Protective Covenants. The Committee makes recommendations to the Association that promote appropriate aesthetics and protect the interests of members from unforeseen development activities. The Covenants and Bylaws, that Association members need to follow when building, are available to read or download here (link). If you have questions about the guidelines for building or about our approval process, please contact the Building Committee Chair.

Follow this process for submitting your proposed

plans to the Building Committee for approval

The Approval Process: 1. Provide the Chairman of the Building committee a copy of the building plans and a copy of the site plan that shows the proposed location of the buildings and setbacks. Details of the process to follow are in this PDF. 2. The Chairman then transmits the building plans to the committee members with recommendations for comments and approval or denial from the members. 3. Once a majority of the members have approved or denied the application, the chairman notifies the president of the Association with the committee's recommendations in a letter following this template.  The president approves or denies and contacts the landowner. The whole process is usually done in 10 days or less.  If a plan is denied, reasons are given, as are suggestions on how to change the plan to comply with the covenants.
Lake near Alpha, Lakeside Property, Crystal Falls Lake to Live on, Available property on a lake, no wak lake to live on, private lake to live on, live on lake with no public access
© 2020 Maggie Lakes Owners Association

Iron County and Mastodon

Township Permit Process

As in any zoned city or town, you will need to get the whole range of permits - building, plumbing, electric, etc. - from Iron County before you can start building. Either you or your builder will need to apply for these permits. They can be found by following the link to Iron county's web site in the next paragraph. Before you apply for the county permits, make sure your project fits within the guidelines established by our Covenants and get your project approved by the Association first. Iron County's website has a page that collects all the information one needs to get started with the building process. Here's where you go to get information, find contact phone numbers and email links, and download forms for all the needed Iron County permits http://ironmi.org/departments/constructio n-code/ 
Maggie Lakes
Time on the lake restores the soul!
Maggie Lakes Owners - Time on the lake restores the soul!
Maggie Lakes Owners Association assists owners and prospective owners, and also improves and maintains forest, lakes, and streams within its boundaries.
Lake near Alpha, Lakeside Property, Crystal Falls Lake to Live on, Available property on a lake, no wak lake to live on, private lake to live on, live on lake with no public access

Building Committee

The Building Committee reviews and makes recommendations to the President for approval or denial of all proposed construction of dwellings and accessory structures. This ensures that they meet the building standards outlined in the Protective Covenants. The Committee makes recommendations to the Association that promote appropriate aesthetics and protect the interests of members from unforeseen development activities. The Covenants and Bylaws, that Association members need to follow when building, are available to read or download here (link). If you have questions about the guidelines for building or about our approval process, please contact the Building Committee Chair.

Follow this process for submitting

your proposed plans to the

Building Committee for approval

The Approval Process: 1. Provide the Chairman of the Building committee a copy of the building plans and a copy of the site plan that shows the proposed location of the buildings and setbacks. Details of the process to follow are in this PDF. 2. The Chairman then transmits the building plans to the committee members with recommendations for comments and approval or denial from the members. 3. Once a majority of the members have approved or denied the application, the chairman notifies the president of the Association with the committee's recommendations in a letter following this template.  The president approves or denies and contacts the landowner. The whole process is usually done in 10 days or less.  If a plan is denied, reasons are given, as are suggestions on how to change the plan to comply with the covenants.
Maggie Lakes Owners Association assists owners and prospective owners, and also improves and maintains forest, lakes, and streams within its boundaries.
© 2020 Maggie Lakes Owners Association

Iron County and Mastodon

Township Permit Process

As in any zoned city or town, you will need to get the whole range of permits - building, plumbing, electric, etc. - from Iron County before you can start building. Either you or your builder will need to apply for these permits. They can be found by following the link to Iron county's web site in the next paragraph. Before you apply for the county permits, make sure your project fits within the guidelines established by our Covenants and get your project approved by the Association first. Iron County's website has a page that collects all the information one needs to get started with the building process. Here's where you go to get information, find contact phone numbers and email links, and download forms for all the needed Iron County permits http://ironmi.org/departments/construction-code/ 
Maggie Lakes
Time on the lake restores the soul!
Maggie Lakes Owners - Time on the lake restores the soul!
Lake near Alpha, Lakeside Property, Crystal Falls Lake to Live on, Available property on a lake, no wak lake to live on, private lake to live on, live on lake with no public access