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

 
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The lawsuit Diehl et all vs HPMA has been concluded
Posted on Apr 24th, 2017 Comments (0)
 
The lawsuit had three main parts. Two parts concerned interpretation of the State’s homeowner’s association statute and one consisted of a list of allegations against the BOD. On December 12, 2016 the judge signed an order ruling in favor of the plaintiffs on the statutory issues, which left the claims against the board unresolved.
 
In February 2017 HPMA and the Estate of John Diehl reached a settlement which concluded Mr. Diehl’s lawsuit separately from the rest of the plaintiffs. HPMA agreed to pay the estate $1,500 in attorney’s fees in exchange for a dismissal of all claims with prejudice.  The court signed an order dismissing those claims on March 29, 2017.
 
On April 10, 2017, the remaining plaintiffs asked the court to dismiss their remaining claims and requested attorney fees.  The HPMA attorney in a response motion argued that HPMA should not be responsible for the Plaintiff’s legal costs.  However, while the court entered an order dismissing the remaining claims it awarded the plaintiffs $22,837.48 in attorney’s fees.
 
GARBAGE RULES
Posted on Apr 19th, 2017 Comments (0)
 
A revision to the garbage rules was revised at the end of 2016. We are now enforcing the new rules and a camera has been installed near the dumpsters.
 
The rule actually allows owners to dump additional items that were not allowed in the past. Non-household garbage may be dumped if a fee for these items are paid for at the HPMA office first.  This helps owners by not needing to go to the dump, and helps keep the overall garbage expense in line since owners were dumping non-household garbage illegally in the past.
 
Do not hesitate to contact the HPMA office of you have any questions.
 
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Available Moorage at Indian Cove Marina
Posted on Mar 24th, 2017 Comments (0)
 
Dear Hartstene Pointe Property Owner,
 
For the last two years the Moorage Committee and the Moorage Task Force have been working on a plan to replace our aging docks.  The Community passed the budget vote for a five year “Dock Replacement Fee” which will be paid for by the Moorage Leaseholders.  This now allows HPMA to move forward with a plan to ensure our docks remain an asset for our community.
 
Historically the only way to secure moorage at the marina was to acquire moorage from another owner who wanted to sell their Exclusive Long Term Lease.  Due to the five year fee, some current leaseholders are opting to cancel their lease.  Therefore, for the first time since the larger marina was built in 1982, some moorage slips will be available from HPMA.  The recent survey results indicate that while some existing lease holders want to cancel, there are other property owners who would like to acquire a long term exclusive use moorage lease. 
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HP Travel Club - Trip to Astoria Oregon
Monday, May 8th
HP Travel Club Travels to Astoria Oregon at the Comfort Suites Columbia River Motel, 3420 Leif Erickson Dr. Astoria, OR. Date: May 8th & 9th, 2017. $127.42 per person, double occupancy. A deposit of $127.42 per room is payable by March 25, 2017 to Doni Matthews at 1-619-507-8806 or Kahala Travel at 1-619-282-8300 either by check or credit card. The balance of $127.42 will be paid direct to the motel upon arrival. Personal transportation, carpooling encouraged.
 
Cost includes hot breakfast, microwave and frig in room, free coffee, indoor pool and whirlpool, free parking. Either one King or Two Queen bedrooms available, all with river view. There will be a one night's dinner planned at a local fine restaurant, payable by the diners. There are many activities in the area for travelers to enjoy, info will be in the motel's lobby. Please sign up in the clubhouse or call Doni Matthews at 1-619-507-8806.
 
Potluck Dinner in Honor of Jan Avery
Saturday, May 20th
 
MAY 20TH @ HPMA CLUBHOUSE
 
EVERYONE IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND A POTLUCK DINNER IN HONOR OF JAN AVERY TO RECOGNIZE HER 16 YEARS OF SERVICE TO HPMA.
   
IT WILL BE A TRADITIONAL POTLUCK DINNER (Spiral ham provided) SO EVERYONE SHOULD BRING A MAIN DISH, SALAD, OR DESSERT TO SHARE, YOUR OWN PLATES/SILVERWARE/GLASSWARE AND YOUR "FAVORITE" BEVERAGE.
 
*PLEASE NOTE:  THERE WILL BE A BASKET AT THE ENTRANCE TO DROP IN YOUR PERSONAL CARDS OR NOTES TO JAN AND ALSO A GUEST BOOK TO SIGN.
 
THE SOCIAL HOUR WILL BEGIN AT 5:30 P.M. FOLLOWED BY DINNER AT 6:15 AND A SPECIAL PRESENTATION AROUND 7 P.M. WHICH WILL INCLUDE AN "OPEN MIKE" FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK, TELL A PERSONAL ANECDOTE, OR EVEN "ROAST" JAN.
 
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
 
 
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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