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

 
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2018 BUDGET INPUT
Posted on May 26th, 2017 Comments (0)
 
Dear HPMA Owners,
 
At its January 13, 2017 meeting, in a discussion of establishing a timetable for preparation of the Association’s 2018 budget, the Board of Directors decided to invite owner participation at an earlier point in the process.
 
This is an invitation to you to offer your suggestions to the BOD regarding items or projects that you would like to see included in the 2018 budget.
 
The suggestions should be divided into two different categories.
 
The first category would be normal maintenance and/or purchase of new items for our existing facilities with an estimated cost less than $4,000. These expenditures might be worked into our normal HPMA operations budget. Examples of recent improvements in this category would be the new signage, lighting at the main entrance, and the new parking lot lighting. Suggestions might also include areas where you would like to see more maintenance emphasis.
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POOL & SPA OPENS SATURDAY, MAY 27TH 9AM
Posted on May 26th, 2017 Comments (0)
 
POOL & SPA HOURS
 
SUNDAY - THURSDAY
9:00 AM - 10 AM Lap & Quiet Swim
10 AM - 5 PM Open Swim
5-7 PM Lap & Quiet Swim
7-9 PM Open Swim
 
FRIDAY - SATURDAY
9:00 AM - 10 AM Lap & Quiet Swim
10 AM - 5 PM Open Swim
5-6 PM Lap & Quiet Swim
6- 10 PM Open Swim
 
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. 
 
HPMA - Interim Patrol Position
Posted on May 17th, 2017 Comments (0)
 
Jan Avery, our Patrol Officer for 14 years is retiring.  She will be missed and we hope everyone can join us this Saturday for her retirement party.

Pamela Lynn has offered to take on the Patrol duties on an interim basis for three months.  We thank her and welcome her to this position.

When searching for a Patrol replacement we defined two possible job descriptions.  The first option is a Patrol/Maintenance position; the second option is a Patrol/Office position.  The job descriptions for each option are listed at the end of this email.

Both options are very similar, the main difference is that the Patrol/Maintenance option has a very strong maintenance component in the off-season between September and May.   The advantage of the Patrol/Office option is that it is more cost effective if the Patrol House is not part of the compensation package as it was with Jan.  The Patrol/Office position is also very workable since PRC follow-up, verification of Storage permits, facilities reservations and many other patrol duties are an extension of the office responsibilities.  The Patrol/Office job description still requires some maintenance such as light duty trail up-keep and some janitorial when needed.  However, it would not be as maintenance intensive as the Patrol/Maintenance job description.  Both options provide good patrol coverage.

The Board prefers the Patrol/Maintenance version but is not against the Patrol/Office version either.  
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KAYAK/CANOE RACKS
Posted on May 4th, 2017 Comments (1)
 
Starting May 3 we will be removing the old kayak/canoe racks and replacing with new.  We will be removing your kayaks or canoes from the old racks and then put them back on the new rack.  Many of you have locks for your vessels.  We will be able to cut the old wood racks so we can remove the kayaks without unlocking the locks.  We will not be able to lock them when we put the kayaks back.  Please make arrangements to relock them for their security.
 
We will send out additional email blasts to keep you informed of our progress as each rack is completed.
 
Thank you,
HPMA
 
Common Area Stewardship Committee (CASC) Seeks Volunteer Native Plant Aficionado for small project
Posted on Apr 28th, 2017 Comments (0)
 
Are you an amateur botanist familiar with our Hartstene Pointe forest vegetation or would you like to increase your knowledge while doing some light field work?  You probably already know that HPMA has a nature trail with interpretive signs identifying some of our key forest tree and shrub species.  It is accessed from Pointes Drive West. These signs were developed by Pointe volunteers many years ago and in some cases the signs have outlived the plants that they originally identified.   We need a plant-lover to walk the trail, check the match between signs and adjacent vegetation, and make recommendations for 1) removing obsolete signs, 2) moving signs to coincide with current plant locations, 3) and/or adding new signs to point out key or interesting native plants. 
 
If you would like to volunteer for this task, please contact David Hartley via email at dmh1224@gmail.com or by phone at 206-941-0550.
 
This position will be open until filled or June 30th, 2017, whichever occurs first. 
 

 
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Upcoming Events
HP Travel Club - The Pacific Science Center
Thursday, June 22nd
 
HP Travel Club travels to The Pacific Science Center in Seattle to see the First Imperial Dynasty in China (Only two cities in the US will be presenting this exhibit). Date - Thursday, June 22, 2017. Cost is $57.oo per person - payable to HPTC, 674 Portage Rd., Shelton or the HPTC lock box in the HP clubhouse by June 8, 2017. Includes ferry both ways from Bremerton to Seattle, bus transportation both ways in Seattle to the Pacific Science Center and admission to the Science Center for the Imax movie & exhibit.
 
TIMES - Be at the Bremerton Ferry dock @ 9:30 AM. Pick up by bus in Seattle @ 11:00 AM. IMAX movie @11;45 AM (45 minutes for movie), Exhibit @ 12;45 PM. Pickup by bus @ 2:15 PM, back to ferry dock, 3:00 PM Ferry back to Bremerton for 4:00 Early Bird Dinner @ 4:00 - 6:00 PM, @ Anthonys, cost of dinner NOT included.
 
Sign up at the clubhouse or call Kathy Wendt at 360-432-2824 or email to wendtkathy@earthlink.net
 
 
Art Show & SAle
Sunday, July 9th
 
On Sunday, July 9th there will be the bi-annual Art Show and Sale in the clubhouse and gazebo.  We want to make this occasion available to Hartstene Pointe homeowners to show and hopefully sell their work.
 
The hours are from 10 AM to 3 PM. If interested please contact Jim Anderson at 360-432-8174 or via email at religion360@q.com
 
Please RSVP by May 30th.
 
HP Travel Club - Wine Country Tour Prosser, WA
Monday, September 11th
 
HP Travel Club Wine Country Tour to Prosser, WA. 3 nights at the Inn at Horse Heaven, 259 Merlot Dr., Prosser, WA
Dates - September 11, 12 & 13, 2017. Cost - $235.00 per person, double occupancy, deposit of $235.00 due July 1, 2017, balance of $235.00 due August 1, 2007. Personal transportation with share riding encouraged.
 
Trip includes room for 3 nights, double occupancy, 3 breakfasts, a Mexican restaurant for dinner the first night, a winery bus tour on the second day with a BBQ dinner that night at the Inn. A game room for one night's use and a pool & hot tub for our enjoyment.
 
The bus wine tour is with Winery Express, the same person we had in Yakima. The owners state "I enjoy being a catalyst to introduce wine curious people to wine country and the producers. My guests enjoy learning about the area and the industry as well as tasting the wines. The 3rd day is on your own. There is a Vinter's Village near by of 32 acres with meandering trails leading you to 10 unique wineries.
 
Sign up in the clubhouse or call Kathy Wendt at 360-432-2824 or email at wendtkathy@earthlink.net
 

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