HPOA Annual Meeting is held the second Saturday of July each year at the American Legion at 10:00 AM. All members are welcome. You may bring a snack or desert to share with the membership. The July 11, 2020 Annual Meeting was ultimately cancelled due to corona virus and the governor's recommendations. In lieu of the meeting, ballots were sent out to all voting members to be returned by 9-21-20. Ballots were counted on 9-24-20 by a 3 member committee with no affiliation to the candidates. Ballots were counted in the office with a representative of one of the candidates present and the Vice President, Randal McKenzie was present. Jeremy Bolduc received the majority of the votes 63 to 58. All the By-law changes passed. The dues increase did not pass 83 to 47. At the special meeting Saturday, September 26, 2020 at 9 am at the office building for the board to elect officers, Amelia Templeton stepped down from the office of President. Jeremy Bolduc was nominated and elected to the office of President, Randal McKenzie, Vice President; Carol Cherry, Secretary; Amelia Templeton, Treasurer; Jeff Calhoun, Board Advisor.
HPOA Regular Monthly Meetings are held the second Saturday of each month at the Office by the swimming pool at 9:00 AM. These are open meetings; members are welcome.
The HPOA Newsletter is published twice a year to coincide with your billing statements. They are sent in March and September. If you would like to have something included in the newsletter, please submit it to the office by the end of February or August.
NUISANCE DOG POLICY
On December 8, 2018, the Board of Directors approved and passed a new "Nuisance Dog Policy" that will replace the old Dog Policy. The language is more specific on the behavior of the dogs and their owners rather than the breed. Basically, all dogs shall be restrained to their respective properties at all times, except when walking or transporting dogs and then they must be on a leash. You can find this new policy under "Forms."
SPONSORED BY HARBOR POINT SUBDIVISION AND THE NORTH LAKE FIRE DEPARTMENT!
Although Tamarack Mountain and Thunderbird Bay have opted out due to Covid concerns, ALL the residents and children are still welcome to play, donate, volunteer, attend and take part. Masks and hand sanitizer available at the door.
Toy donations (or cash) of toys $5.00 or less like hot wheels and my little pony, etc. for give away needed and can be made at the Harbor Point Office or the Rusty Anchor where a box is set up for the donations.
Small wrapped baked goods for snacks, hot chocolate, coffee and a S'mores roasting area as well as a gingerbread house table will be available. Games like guess the amount of M & M's, door prizes to be given out to all neighbors!
THANKS TO LOCAL MERCHANTS FOR ALREADY CHIPPING IN.