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Burn Ban Update
Posted on Sep 18th, 2020
There is a Fire Ban in effect which includes:
Charcoal Barbecues, the limited use of Power Tools and Chainsaws
(Use Power tools and Chainsaws with EXTREME CAUTION)
Gas powered Power Tools used on or around wooded, leafy or grassy areas prohibited. If you are on the Road, Gravel Walkways and Decks/Patios or away from flammable material, they can be used with EXTREME CAUTION.
Battery powered tools that do not cause sparks when used are OK.
The concern which must be avoided is hot mufflers, sparks etc. not coming in contact with dry flammable surfaces.
THE FIRE BAN IS STILL IN EFFECT FOR THE
Fire Rings at the Spit,
Fire Places at the Picnic Shelters
the Weber Charcoal Grills throughout the Pointe, including private lots
No Open Flames
NO SMOKING ANYWHERE
(Roads, Trails, Beaches)
PLEASE BE VERY CAUTIOUS AND
KEEP OUR COMMUNITY SAFE
Garbage Budget Overblown
Posted on Aug 22nd, 2020
Your HPMA Assessment provides the Garbage dumpsters for
HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE ONLY
(As a service to our owners, non-conforming items can be
disposed of in the dumpsters for an additional fee)
There has been an enormous amount of NON-CONFORMING
HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE IN THE DUMPSTERS
(WITHOUT PAYING THE ADDITIONAL FEE)
(Furniture, Mattress's Bar-B-Q's, Lawn Mowers, etc)
This volume of garbage has BLOWN our garbage budget over by thousands of dollars.
As a service to our owners, non-conforming items can be disposed of in the dumpsters
for an ADDITIONAL FEE during normal office hours.
(Monday thru Saturday, 8 am to 5 pm)
call the office to arrange the disposal and fee.
(There is no guarantee that the items will be approved for disposal
depending on how large the items are,
how full the dumpsters are and the availability empty dumpsters)
DO NOT PUT CARDBOARD IN THE HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE DUMPSTER.
Flatten the cardboard and place it in the Cardboard Recycle Container.
DO NOT PUT GARBAGE IN THE ALUMINUM CAN RECYCLE BIN
(The Aluminum Cans are donated to several charities throughout Mason County)
As a reminder, there is a fine associated with dumping non-conforming garbage without paying for the items.
Select the link to read the Garbage Service Rules and Regulations
PLEASE HELP KEEP YOUR GARBAGE COSTS DOWN.
We will install surveillance cameras to help with this problem.
Thank you, HPMA
The Indian Cove Wooden Boat Society invites you to take a ride in the recently restored Kingston Bay Lobster Boat.
Tuesday, July 21st to Wednesday, September 30th
2021 Budget Natural Resources Fire Safety Survey
Friday, September 18th to Tuesday, September 29th
Dear Pointe Homeowner,
Here is your chance to give input on how the 2021 Natural Resources/Fires Safety Budget will be used. We have a little over $51,000 available for natural resource and fire safety related projects and the attached survey will help us understand your priorities.
As you are probably aware, the Natural Resource/Fire Safety budget was created to cover a variety of fire safety-related projects including equipment and activities. In 2020 the major projects were removal of 77 common area dead trees and the Pointe wide dead debris collection and disposal.
Your input for 2021 is valued and we request return of your survey by September 28, 2020.
It is the intent that more than one member of a household can take the NRFS 2021 Budget Survey.
If the household normally uses Wi-Fi to connect to the internet, one household member can connect to the survey website.
If another household member wants to input a separate survey they can connect using their smart phone and use the cellular network to connect to the survey website.
Be sure and turn off the Wi-Fi on your phone.
Please select the link below to take the survey:
NRFS Tri Chair Advisory Committee
Fire Safety Committee
Permit Review Committee
Common Area Stewardship