The OLCA is responsible for maintaining the 40+ miles of roads inside Orchidland, but only to the extent that our budget allows, and that budget and the fee rate are established by the membership (property owners). The OLCA received a judgment in 1992 which grants it the authority to collect mandatory fees for road maintenance, nothing else. OLCA cannot use Mandatory Road Maintenance Assessments (MRMAs) for any other purpose. There are some administrative expenses as part of road maintenance, including a few paid employees (accountant, file keeper, road maint. workers, etc). The OLCA board is entirely made of nonpaid volunteers who own property here in Orchidland.