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All documents dealing with the marina dock replacement are now located under "Reports and Surveys"
 


 
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What's Happening
BACKGROUNDER Rules & Regulations – Proposed change, Article VII Gate Control, Section 2 (I & J) – Owner Notification and Temporary Codes
Posted on Jul 27th, 2017 Comments (0)
 
The HPMA Board of Directors is proposing a rules change.  Two consecutive readings at the Saturday Board meetings are required for a rule change to take effect.  This Backgrounder is being provided to allow owners sufficient time to provide input or comments to the Board before the rule change is adopted. The first reading was at the July 15, 2017 Board meeting.  The second reading is scheduled for the Saturday August 19, 2017 Board Meeting.
  
The current rule with the proposed change being Section 2(I & J) is shown below.
 
Current – Gate Control, Temporary Codes and Owner Notification
 
I.  Temporary Codes.  Temporary keypad access codes may be issued by the HPMA office for the front vehicle gate for scheduled events approved in advance.  All requests must be applied for through the HPMA office during normal business hours with no less than two days’ notice.  The issued codes are temporary and will only allow entry for a limited time period.
 
J.  Owner Notification.  The HPMA shall not grant access to the community for any vendor, contractor, guest, and etc. requesting access to the Pointe or private property unless the Owner notifies the office and/or patrol in advance.  Owner must contact HPMA to put guest on office generated ledger/log.  
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BACKGROUNDER - FIRE RULES REVISON
Posted on Jul 27th, 2017 Comments (0)
 
Rules & Regulations – Proposed change, Article IX Personal Contact, Section 6 – Regarding Outdoor Fires
 
The HPMA Board of Directors is proposing a rules change.  Two consecutive readings at the Saturday Board meetings are required for a rule change to take effect.  This Backgrounder is being provided to allow owners sufficient time to provide input or comments to the Board before the rule change is adopted. The first reading was at the July 15, 2017 Board meeting.  The second reading is scheduled for the Saturday August 19, 2017 Board Meeting.
 
Listed below is the current rule. The proposed wording follows.
 
Current – Fire Rule
 
Section 6. Outdoor fires are prohibited on bare earth or any combustible surface, except on the spit at the lagoon entrance, where campfires are allowed only in the fire rings located there. Any such fire in a fire ring must be continuously monitored by the person responsible for starting the fire, and extinguished before it is abandoned. Fires fueled by charcoal briquettes or pellets (such as those used for grilling food) are prohibited outside structures, unless they are fully contained within incombustible containers having legs keeping the fire at least 6" above any combustible surface.  All wood-burning devices such as "fire pits" or chimineas, with or without spark-arresting screens, are prohibited outside structures.
 
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BACKGROUNDER - R&R'S-Proposed change, Article IV Land Use Restrictions, Section 4-Re: Garbage Dumpsters
Posted on Jul 27th, 2017 Comments (0)
 
The HPMA Board of Directors is proposing a rules change.  Two consecutive readings at the Saturday Board meetings are required for a rule change to take effect.  This Backgrounder is being provided to allow owners sufficient time to provide input or comments to the Board before the rule change is adopted. The first reading was at the July 15, 2017 Board meeting.  The second reading is scheduled for the Saturday August 19, 2017 Board Meeting.
 
The current rule with the proposed change being Section 4C is shown blow:
 
Section 4. Owners may dispose of garbage and trash into containers located in the parking lot adjacent to the clubhouse subject to the following rules:
 
A. Household garbage may be disposed of at no charge and is included in the yearly assessments. 
 
B. Large or bulky items such as appliances, furniture, large pieces of wood or metal, and other non-household debris may be disposed of for a fee during normal business office hours. Before disposing of non-household material, go to the office and an HPMA employee will view the material being thrown away and indicate a fee for disposal.  Fees are set by the Board of Directors.  
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Tennis Courts Resurfacing Project
Posted on Jul 27th, 2017 Comments (0)
 
The resurfacing project for the tennis courts at the Spit and by the Clubhouse started Monday, July 24 and will continue throughout this week.
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DOCK REPLACEMENT FEE DISCOUNT
Posted on May 18th, 2017 Comments (0)
 
To:  Long Term Moorage Leaseholders
 
Now that the funding has been approved for the new marina docks, the Moorage Committee and HPMA is now working on receiving bids from several reputable dock builders.  The quicker we collect funds the quicker we can start the project.
 
The Dock Replace Fee is a five year funding plan.  As an incentive to raise the funds quicker the Moorage Committee recommended, and then the Board approved, a 5% discount on the dock replacement fee if the entire five years is paid in advance.  Based on this, if you pay the entire five year fee by December 31, 2017 you will receive a 5% discount. 
 

 
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Upcoming Events
HPMA Travel Club-Holland America Cruise Ship Tour
Saturday, July 29th
 
This is an exciting opportunity to tour a Holland America cruise ship on July 29 as a special guest of Holland America.  Only eight people can be accommodated on this particular tour, so it is a first come, first served. To make reservation NOW contact: Mark Levy, Personal Cruise Consultant 7:30 AM-3:30 PM M-F, 1-800-355-3017 ext.29373 or mlevy@hollandamerica.com
 
Alaska Cruise Information: HPTC is planning a 7-day Alaska cruise September 1, 2018, aboard Holland America's beautiful Eurodam, departing from Seattle cruise terminal. A passport is required. Itinerary: Stephens passage, Juneau, Glacier Bay, Sitka, Ketchikan and Victoria, BC before returning to Seattle. Prices are subject to change. Interior staterooms presently are $899 and Ocean Views and Verandahs are $1199. Port taxes and fees are around $225. A $700 deposit is required at time of booking. Advance reservations are fully refundable until June 17, 2018. Our group number is TNX and voyage D864. As promotions are announced, you will be advised and your booking will be moved into the current promotion so you will always have the best pricing and/or amenities that are offered by Holland America.
 
If you have any questions or want to make reservations, contact Mark Levy, Doni Matthews at Kahala Travel 1-619-282-8300 or your personal travel advisor.
 
HP Travel Club - Seafood Fest
Friday, August 4th
 
HP Travel Club presents their annual Seafood Fest & General Membership dinner meeting on Friday, August 4th, 2017.  Hosts are Judy & Mike Callaghan @ E981 Passage View Rd., Harstine Island.
 
5PM Social Hour - 6PM Dinner.  $15 per person payable by July 28 to HPTC, 674 Portage Rd., Shelton, WA  98584, or drop off in the HPTC box at the bulletin board in the Hartstene Pointe Clubhouse.
 
Menu: Appetizers, fried oysters, BBQ oysters, steamed clams, planked salmon, poached salmon, corn on the cob, salads, fruit & veggie trays, rolls, a variety of desserts and coffee. Bring your own beverage p- casual dress, own transportation (car pooling helps).
 
Questions? Contact Mike or July @ 360-427-9516 or sobado@msn.com
 
Emergency Prepardness Training Opportunity on Harstine Island
Friday, August 18th
 
A 20 hour CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) training certification course will be held at the Harstine Island Community Hall.  Training will be on two consecutive weekends: 6-8pm on Friday August 18 & 8am-5pm on Saturday August 19 and 6-8pm on Friday August 25 & 8am-5pm on Saturday August 26.
 
This opportunity to train with your neighbors here on our island doesn’t come around very often!  We hope you will consider making time to join all or most of the course.
 
CERT is a national curriculum that prepares volunteers to respond to and cope with the aftermath of a disaster.  The training includes classroom and skill building curriculum in nine modules:
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Fire Suppression and Utility Control
  • Incident Command System
  • Light Search and Rescue
  • Disaster Medical Response
  • Disaster Psychology
  • Terrorism Awareness
We believe there is a role for everyone in a disaster, from record keeping to rescue, so joinus as we plan what will be needed here on our island.
 
Registration forms are available at the Hartstene Pointe clubhouse on the Emergency Preparedness bulletin board or via email from Nancy Scarola at nscarola@mindspring.com
 
Mason County Division of Emergency Management is providing this training for us at no cost. Their phone is 360-427-7535.
 
HPMA Travel Club - Alyse Black
Friday, August 25th
 
HPMA Travel Club presents singer/songwriter/recording artist Alyse Black Friday, August 25. 6:00-9:30, tickets only $12. BYOBeverage, snacks provided. Limited seating available. Sign up & deposit check in travel club box at the clubhouse or call Gary at 360-427-2670 for info. or gary@redmanconstructioninc.com
 
 

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