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3. Maintenance of Common Property. To exercise control over the Common Property and easements for, except as provided in Section 8 of Article X hereof, the exclusive use and benefit of residents of the Planned Environment Unit, and to pay real estate taxes and assessments on said Common Property out of the general assessment hereinafter authorized; to maintain and improve the Common Property with shrubbery, vegetation, decorations, buildings, re9reational facilities of any kind or description, other structures, and any and all other types of facilities in the interest of health, welfare, safety, morals, recreation, entertainment, education, and general use of the Owners and residents in the Planned Environment Unit, all in conformity with applicable laws; and to prescribe by reasonable rules and regulations the terms and conditions of the use of Common Property, all for the benefit and use of the Owners and residents in the Planned Environment Unit and according to the discretion of the Trustees.

4. Dedication. To dedicate to public use any private streets constructed or to be constructed in the Property whenever such dedication would be accepted by a public agency.

5. Easements. To grant easements for public streets, sewers, utilities and cable television on and over the Common Property; Notwithstanding anything contained in this Indenture to the contrary, if required in connection with First Party's or its successors' or assigns' development of property adjacent to the Property, the Trustees shall grant First Party, the St. Louis County Water Company, Laclede Gas Company, Union Electric Company, Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District and other public authorities, and their respective successors and assigns, the perpetual right and easement to enter the Common Ground at any time and from time to time to erect, install, maintain, repair, rebuild and operate water, sewer, gas, telephone, power and cable television pipes, lines, poles and conduits including the right to clear the right-of-way for such pipes, lines, poles and conduits, and to keep it clear of brush and trees. The provisions of this Article V, Section 5, shall not be amended, modified or deleted without the prior written consent of First Party.

6. Enforcement. To prevent, as Trustees of an express trust, any infringement and to compel the performance of any restriction set out in this Indenture or established by law, and also any rules and regulations issued by said Trustees governing the use of the Common Property or any matters relating thereto. This provision is intended to be cumulative and not to restrict the right of any Owner to proceed in his own behalf, but the power and authority herein granted to the Trustees is intended to be discretionary and not mandatory.

7. Vacant and Neglected Lots. To clean up rubbish and debris and remove grass and weeds from and to trim, cut back, remove, replace and maintain trees, shrubbery and flowers upon any vacant or neglected Lots or parcels of land in the Property, and the Owners thereof may be charged with the reasonable expenses so incurred. The Trustees, their agents or employees, shall not be deemed guilty or liable for any manners of trespass or any other act or any injury, abatement, removal or planting.

8. Plans and Specifications. As more specifically provided in Article VI hereof, to consider, approve or reject any and all plans and specifications for any and all buildings or structures, fences, detached buildings, outbuildings, accessory buildings, swimming pools or tennis courts proposed for construction and erection on any Lot, proposed additions to such buildings or alterations in the external appearance of buildings already constructed.

 

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