donated and accepted for stewardship by Rondout-Esopus Land Conservancy
requires monitoring by approved members of the conservancy. In order
to meet the costs of maintaining and enforcing (if necessary) the integrity
of the easement agreements, the grantor of each easement is requested
to contribute a one-time tax-deductible sum to RELC, which will be distributed to a Stewardship
Fund and Legal Defense Fund. The grantor's contribution shall coincide
with the completed signing of the easement agreement.
for contributions are determined primarily by size of acreage and number
of dwelling or proposed dwellings as provided for in the RELC easement
August 15, 2007
||Total Contribution for
property with one dwelling*
: Endowment/ Legal Defense Fund
* Easements with
more than one dwelling or proposed future dwellings in a building envelope,
and/or other reserved rights requiring prior notification and/or approval
of the RELC board will be assessed additional amounts.
additional dwelling in the building envelope, add $1,000 to $2,500 to Total
Contribution, subject to negotiation.
reserved right add X to Total Contribution as follows:
- Changes in topography
- Road building or corridor access
- Such other changes as agreed upon
to Prospective Easement Donors