October 1, 2023
News and Other Things for Harbour Vista Community Huntington Beach
posted 22 April 2023
Message from the President
Dear Harbour Vista HOA members,

I want to make you aware that the Harbour Vista HOA board has selected Professional Community Management (PCM) as our new community management company, starting May 1st.

You will receive, or may have received already, and email from PCM allowing them to introduce themselves. In the email they provide pertinent information such as the 1-800 number you will need to contact them and instructions for how to set up a future payments that will go through them.

The announcement will also be sent to you via US mail, so look for it in your mailbox.

The email will be coming from Pro_transitionsteam, and it explains that you will receive a new account number, which you need to switch your electronic payments from Progressive to PCM. The account number may also go on the checks you mail to them. Your May 1st payment is the first one that is going to be processed through the new company.

It is important to note that only the HOA payments are going through this change. The landlease payments that you send to Harbour Vista LLC. will continue as usual, so continue to make those payments as you normally do.

Please do not hesitate to contact me for any questions you may have about this process.


Mariette van den Bersselaar
Harbour Vista HOA President
714-606-3491 mobile ■
posted 18 April 2023
The comedian John Oliver recently discussed HOA’s on his show “This Week Tonight”. The video of this is posted on YouTube. See https://youtu.be/qrizmAo17Os. It is REALLY funny or is it?. ■
posted 1 May 2023
What is Occasional Parking?
by Michael Barto
Harbour Vista has fifty-seven unmarked parking spaces which are designated as “unassigned”. These spaces have posted signs with a 72 hour continuous parking limit. The unassigned spaces come with three special rules in the Rules and Regulations. These rules appear to be in conflict and may be too arbitrary to enforce. This editorial points out the conflicts and asks that the HOA update these rules to make more sense.
Visitor Parking No Longer Exist
Up and until 2018, the 57 unmarked spaces had Visitor painted on them. During that year, Visitor parking was converted to unmarked parking when the roadways and parking spaces were re-paved. Reserved parking spaces had their numbers painted back, but Visitor space signage was not reinstated.Without this signage these parking spaces became “unassigned”. The current “Rules and Regulation dated April 7, 2022, continues to refer to Visitor parking.Unmarked parking is enforced as Visitor parking as designated in the “Rules and Regulations. When the “Rules and Regulations are revised, this should probably be fixed. For the purpose of this editorial. we will refer to Visitor parking spaces as unassigned.
Parking Rules Conflict
In the “Rules and Regulations section GARAGES, it states “Residents must park in assigned garages and assigned parking spaces. No exceptions.” Whereas in section VISITOR PARKING, it states Visitor parking spaces are limited to seventy-two (72) hours. These spaces are intended for the occasional use of residents and guests only.” It seems that in one case, as a resident, you cannot park in an unassigned space, and according to another, it is OK. And what does “occasional use” mean?
Is Occasional Enforceable?
Defining a restriction to be “occasional use” is asking for trouble when used for enforcement. Who decides what “occasional use” is? Is there a count per month that is considered “occasional”? Where is it published and who is keeping the tally?
Is Circumvent Enforceable?
The posted signage state that one may park their car for 72 hours. Many residents who park in unassigned spaces, go to work and return to park in the same space. Doing this does not violate the 72 hours posted time limit. There is an additional limitation that states: “Moving a car after the 72 hour limit to another parking space to circumvent visitor parking rules is not allowed.”
How Do We Enforce?
Enforcing the “occasional use” and “circumvent” rules makes it difficult for the Parking Committee to ticket vehicles that move from one unassigned space to another. How many times can a vehicle be moved from one unassigned space to another before the “circumvent” rule kicks in? Can one park on the street one day to reset this arbitrary “occasional use” or “circumvent” limit? How long before a resident can be allowed again to use an unassigned space? Is there a tally for “occasional use” parking – maybe 5 or 10 or more per month? Who does the counting and who maintains the tally? Is there a time limit for reinstatement to use an unassigned space again?
Very Confusing
Without a clear definition as to what is met by “occasional use” or what kicks in “circumvent”, these are arbitrarily rules that are vaguely enforceable and very confusing to the resident.
Get Rid of Them
The HOA could eliminate “occasional-use” and “circumvent” which would reduce bureaucracy. Though it may be inconvenient at certain times of the day or dates, residents have for many years been using first-come, first-served for these unassigned spaces. It is certainly easier to understand than “occasional-use” and “circumvent”. And as to who should use them, residents or visitors, first-come, first-served should make no distinction.■
posted 8 September 2023
FYI - LandLease
Harbour Vista LLC, of which the Dickey familiy members are principals, owns the sublease. The land is owned by the Le Duc family consortium. They have leased the land to Harbour Vista LLC until 2056. Harbour Vista LLC has subleased the condomimiums to the home owners until 2041.
Until 2041
As a fellow Harbour Vista homeowner I can only share my understanding of our sublease, which is that according to our sublease, we have possession of the condo until 2041, at which point we have to vacate.
From Escrow Papers
Your condo escrow papers should have the same information. The document that we receive in escrow, titled SUBLEASE OF CONDOMIMIUM AND GRANT DEED OF IMPROVEMENTS, has 28 paragraphs, and I am copying two of them here:
Paragraph 3. TERM OF LEASE. The Condominium created by this Sublease is leased for a term of approcimately sixty-one (61) years, commencing the date first written above (“Commencement Date”), and ending on August 31, 2041.

The paragraph goes on to say that the Sublessee (which is us) agrees to pay a certain amount each month, to be increased every 5 years.
Paragraph 20. HOLDING OVER. This sublease shall terminate and become null and void without further notice upon expiration of the term hereof.
It goes on to say that Sublessee shall peaceably deliver up and surrender to Sublessor possession of the Condominium conveyed herewith ..., in good repair, order and condition, except for reasonable wear and tear and except as otherwise expressly provided herein.
posted 12 July 2023
Land Lease Committee April Status
Land Lease Committee Report
June 29, 2023
by Mariette van den Bersselaar
This is a summary of the status from Land Lease Committee meeting held June 29, 2023

Attorney Patrick Munoz stated that he reviewed all the documents that the Board provided, including leases, subleases, amendment to subleases, emails and prior letters. He further stated that the bottom line is that there is no silver bullet that they were able to find that would give the HOA any meaningful leverage in a negotiation.
In 2022, the land lease holder, through his attorney, basically tells us he is not interested in talking to us anymore. Basically he is saying the HOA is not realistic. Whether that is true or not, it is his view of the world.
What Do We Do Now?
That leads us back to what do we do now?

Attorney Munoz laid out two options, which are not necessarily exclusive; we can do both.
Option 1
Related to the idea that the HOA wanted to purchase the lease from him and what the HOA thinks the value is, we can approach him again and ask if there is something he is interested in. Is there a starting point we are not aware of? Mr. Dickey said our proposal was not realistic, so what does he think is realistic?
Option 2
If land lease holder is not interested in a purchase, then option 2: is there something we can talk about so that the sub lease runs concurrent with the lease? Is there a number we can talk about that relates to that?
Both NO
If the answer to both of those is NO the other option would be to try some sort of litigation. This is not a great option as there is nothing in the documents that says there is a good argument. Something along the lines of people were led to believe that negotiations would happen in good faith. Our changes of winning are slim and we may end paying for all legal fees.
Patrick Munoz recommends a strategy where we start with reaching out and seeing if we can bring him to the table and talk to us. We have to find out what his starting point is.
I know that everybody is anxious about this. We cannot force him to negotiate. We reach out, find a starting point. If he is unwilling to negotiate, think about some form of litigation. If the HOA wants to consider that, does it make sense to build a litigation fund?

Next meeting is scheduled for July 19th, where the attorney will report on the result of him reaching out to the attorney for Harbour Vista LLC.

For any question about the Land Lease or its status, contact the Land Lease Committee at:
What's New (click links)
Wednesday's Election/General Meeting
SubLease What We Know (09/08/23)
Real Estate Update (09/07/22)
Land Lease Report (07/12/23)
Running for the HOA Board (07/11/23)
What is Occassional Parking? (05/01/23)
Message from the President (04/22/23)
Humor (04/18/23)

  ♦ Property Management
  ♦ Land Lease Representative
  ♦ Trash Pickup
  ♦ New Homeowner's Information
  ♦ Gate Kiosh, Vehicle Gate and Cell Phones
  ♦ Fireplace and Smoke Alarms
  ♦ Obtaining Keys and Controllers
  ♦ Harbour Vista General Information
  ♦ For RENT Criteria
  ♦ EV Charging at Harbour Vista
  ♦ On-Line Condo Owner Class (04/02/21)
Effective May 1, 2023


2698 Junipero Avenue #101-A
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Friday 8:00AM - 12 noon

Customer Care Center & After Hours

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PCM offers a Customer Care Center Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to serve our homeowners with any community issues, maintenance requests or questions about your assessments. Your call will be answered by a knowledgeable and helpful Team Member who will assist you or submit a maintenance request on your behalf. You can also email customer care at

Payment Address Harbour Vista HOA
c/o Professional Community Management
P.O. Box 51412
Los Angeles, CA 90051-5712
Harbour Vista HOA
HOA Board Email contact:
HOA Board of Directors
Name Title
Mariette van den Bersselaa
Rick Manning Vice President
Jill Perez
Chat Tran Treasurer
Mikel Borzi
Member at Large

General Email to all Board Members:
Architectural Committee:
Landscaping Committee
Rules and Regulations Committee
Safety Committee:

Harbour Vista News is published as hobby by editor: You may also text me at 714-883-1949. Its contents is not an official or legal entity of the Harbour Vista Homeowner's Association, Inc. The contents has not been approved by, nor are the views, expressed or implied, those of the Harbour Vista HOA Board of Directors or the membership.

Michael Barto is a practicing IT profession who has owned property at Harbour since 1996. He was former Board member (2012-2013). He also serving as the HOA  Architectural chairperson.

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Fire Safety Notification
Fireplace Restriction
Wood, paper and Duraflame logs are not permitted inyour unit’s fireplace. Our fireplaces run on a gas burner and only gas cement logs are allowed. Any damage to the commonly shared stack, will be the unit owner’s responsibility.
Smoke Detectors Requirements
in addition to the as built living space smoke detector that are pre wired in each unit, per California law 310.9, each unit is required to have an additional workable smoke detector in each sleeping area. The 3-bedroom units are also required to have a workable smoke detector in the hallway.
Upcoming HOA Meeting Schedules
Zoom Teleconferencing Info
From smart phones, tablet or Computer using the Zoom App, go to :
Meeting ID: 819 0215 6330 Passcode: HOA
You can also dial in using a phone
Dial In: 1 669 900 6833 US Meeting ID: 819 0215 6330 Paticipant ID:
anything or blank
Passcode: 376841
AGENDA ()(169KB)
(subject to change without notice)
(this posting is from a template and is not official)
(The Property Management Company will post the official agenda within 4 days prior to the meeting)
Note: Annually Meeting Elections are run Concurrently with General Session Meeting. Polls are open between 2:30 to 3:00pm. At 6:30pm the votes are counted. Once the results are announce by the election official, the new Board is seated and the General Session Continued.
Date Location Time Agenda
Cabana Clubhouse or via Zoom Telecom 3.00 PM
Wednesday, Ocotober 4, 2023
General Session and Annual Meeting
(All Owners Welcome)
Executive Session Follows
(Owners by Invitation Only)
6:30 PM





HOMEOWNER FORUM (3 min per member)
Civil Code §4930 The board of directors of the association shall permit any member of the association to speak at any meeting of the association or the board of directors, except for meetings of the board held in executive session. A reasonable time limit for all members of the association to speak to the board of directors or before a meeting of the association shall be established by the board of directors.


  1. Roof Repair Proposals
  2. Notification of Focused Inspection Group for SB 326 inspection
  3. Fence Menders late charges and invoice from Coast


  1. Load Test Review
  2. Grunion Men’s Restroom Door Replacement
  3. Spa Redo Proposal
  4. NPG Gutter Replacement Proposal
  5. ANTIS 4831 Lago Flat Roof Proposal

REFERENCE MATERIAL (informational only)

NEXT MEETING The next Meeting of the Harbour Vista Homeowner’s Association Board of Directors is scheduled for Thursday, October 26, 2023, at the Cabana Clubhouse & via Zoom. General Session will begin at 6:30pm and Executive Session will follow.


(Owners byInvitation Only)
Wednesday October 4, 2023
  5. LEGAL
  7. ADJOURNMENT 5:00pm
Cabana Clubhouse
October 26, 2023
(after open Session)
General Notice
New Owner’s Quick Information
The following is to provide to new homeowners at Harbor Vista.

Initial Contacts:

The first thing you should do is contact PCM (Professional Community Management (PCM) to obtain access to your account, provide emergency contact information in case of emergency, report problems or request maintenance services:
PCM (Professional Community Management) 1(800) 369-7260
Email: pro.info@associa.us
Rules and Regulations

Make sure you have the latest copy of the HOA Rules and Regulations. You may obtain them from Professional Community Management. They are also posted at Harbour Vista News at:


The first thing that many new homeowners do is replace appliances, flooring and cabinets and even plumbing. Each Harbour Vista Condo shares common walls, floors and ceilings. Remodeling project may impact your neighbors or the outside of the building (screens, windows, doors) which pierces the firewalls. Simple installing new flooring or recess lights impacts sound proofing and firewall bariers with your neighbors. The inside of your unit’s walls may have plumbing and electrical that service other units. You should contact the property manager to obtain a copy of the latest Architectural Guidelines which is also posted at Harbour Vista News at:

Architectural Request

You may be required to submit an Architectural Request prior to starting a remodeling project. You may contact the HOA Architectural Committee to simply ask questions. Installing an air conditioning/heating system will require a building permit and approval of an HOA Architecture Request. The large attic space in the three bedroom is not constructed as a living space when the units were build. Only storage of light weight items is permitted.

Construction Noise

Construction noise for remodeling is only allowed between 7am to 5pm on the weekdays. If your remodeling project is going to make excessive noise, it is a good idea to inform your neighbors prior to the start of the work.

Trash Bins

Regular trash bin pickup is scheduled every week for Tuesday and Friday. Do not over stuff the trash bin particularly when moving in. Disposal of large items which including furniture that do not fit in the trash bin is allowed, but only the day before the HOA scheduled large item pick up. Large item pick dates are posted at the mail boxes bulletin boards.

Common Water System

Your condo shares a common water supply with all units with both hot and cold water paid for by the your HOA dues. Your condo does not have master water shutoff supply valves. Your sinks do have individual shutoff valves, but the shower/tubs do not unless they have been upgraded (a good suggestion). You should contact Progressive to schedule them to perform any full water turn off to your unit that may affect your neighbors.

Hydronic Heaters

Each condo has a forced air Hydronic hot water coil heater system install in the hallway ceiling. These systems may leak. The heaters have shutoff valves which are located behind the ceiling vent cover. Two ball valves (intake and outage) are behind a pulldown metal plate on the opposite side of the coil when the vent cover is removed (4 screws). Maintaining and repair of the hydronic heater is the homeowner’s responsibility.

Electrical/Cable TV Lines

Each unit when built has an inside 70 amp circuit panel. But sometimes the master breaker for a unit can be tripped. You cannot turn the power back on from your inside breakers. The master breaker is located in a locked cabinet in each building. If you accidentally have this breaker trip, contact the Progressive, a Board member or a building monitor. These cabinets also have the electrical boxes for land line phones, internet and TV. Though each vendor is supposed to have keys to these cabinet, some new vendors may not. Please have then contact Progressive for access.

Electronic Gate System

You can ask the Property Management Company to add your name to the Electronic Gate Kiosk at your assigned entrance gate with you phone number enabled. This phone number can be a cell phone. When a visitor or delivery person comes to the Kiosk, they can press a button by your name to call your number. You can then open the Gate from your phone.


The one electrical outlet in your garage is for small load intermittent devices (e.g. power drill). The power to each garage is on a common circuit and is paid for by the HOA. Powering heavy electrical equipment such as refrigerators or charging an electric vehicle is strictly prohibited unless approved by the Architectural Committee and with an additional assessment.

Homeowners' Insurance

A unit owner is required to carry Homeowners' insurance (CC&R's Section 9.03).


As new Harbour Vista Condo owner, you are a member of the Harbour Vista Home Owners Association (e.g., HOA). The HOA Board is the caretaker of the property and consist of elected member just like you. The HOA meetings are open to all members to attend to voice their issues and to observe the proceedings of the representatives. Meeting notices are posted at each Mailbox Bulletin Board. The HOA normally meets on the last Thursday of the Month. You may attend in person or via teleconferencing.
In the current HOA Rules and Regulations, it states:
No electric charging
of automobiles
allowed in
garage outlets without HOA Permission.
Members must be aware that using electricity from the garage is provided by the HOA as part of the monthly dues shared with all members. Member must submit an Architectural Request for approval or they will be fine starting at $200. A $50/month assessment for this special use of HOA trickle charging is required.
You must have an HOA sticker posted on your garage or you be fined. Contact the the Property Management Compnay or the Architectural Committee to obtain a sticker.

Violation of this rule is subject to fines with the HOA. See: EV Charging ■
Property Information
Property Information
Harbour Vista Condos conist of 180 multi story condo units of callssified as 1, 2 and 2 bedromm and a den/guest room. The complex is located at the corner of Heil Avenue and Green Street in Huntington Beach. The property is divided by Green Street into two land parcels. The Blackbeard-Cabana-Logo parcels consist of six builings and the Grunion parcels consists of three buildings. Each Building contains 20 units, one elevator and one stairwell for inside unit access.
Unit Descriptions
Harbour Vista Condos are large units. Each unit includes one master bedroom walk-in closet and one laundry room.
sq ft
Each unit is provided with one patio/balcony except the three bedroom units which are provided with two patios/balconies. Three bedroom units are classified as two bedrooms and a den or guest bedroom.
Parking and Garage
Each units is assigned one enclosed single car garage and one assign parking space. Each Garage has a vehicle height limit entrance 7 feet. Harbour Vista highly discourages any owner purchasing a unit to accomodate more than two vehicles.
Water and Heating
Both hot and cold water is provided from a shared water and boiler systems as part of the HOA monthly dues. Monthly dues also include Unit heating via individual hydronic forced air system.
Harbour Vista landscaping consist multiple streams, ponds with trees and garden areas.
Harbour Vista provides two pools and spas, one tennis/basketball court, and one clubhouse. Harbour Vista is a gated community with three electronic gates.
Land Lease
Harbour Vista is on lease land. Each unit owner pays in addition to monthly HOA dues, a monthly sublease. The sublease will expire in 2041 at which time, all the units willl revert to the lease holder with no compensation. The land lease will expire in 2056. ■
General Notice
Gate Keys
Remote Gate Controllers

To obtain either a replacement or extra key or remote gate controller, HOA members can contact Board Member Brenda Richardson at 714) 501-7018 (text message OK) or email to ldybug1997@gmail.com.
Gate Key
Remote Gate Controller

Fill Out Key Entry Form
Trash (2023)
Large Items Trash Pickup
Disposal of mattresses, appliances, furniture, water heaters, etc. at the trash bin enclosed area is permitted on the night before pickup from the Association's disposal company for these specified dates.
Every Other Friday
August 2023 August 4
August 18
September 2023 September 1
September 15
September 29
October 2023 October 13
October 27
November 2023 November 10
November 24
December 2023 December 8
December 22
January 2024

January 5
January 19

February 2024 February 9
February 23
Large trash items should only be place inside the gated trash bin enclosure the night before. Doing so earlier will interfere with the normal function of the trash bins. Remember large items pickups are done on Friday very early in morning before regular trash pickup. Be courteous of the community.
Regular Trash Pickup
Normal trash bin pickup is schedule every week for Tuesday and Friday except when holidays may interfere.
Renter's Criteria
FOR RENT Criteria?
This is list of question that is recommended for owners when evaluating prospective renters. These questions must answer before the unit is shown
  • What is your credit rating?
  • How many persons will live in the unit.
  • How many vehicles will park at Harbour Vista?
  • Does any occupant smoke?
It is recommend that landloards will not allow multiple person families to rent their units. This would put a hardship on the community facilities. Landlords will not rent to persons who have more than two vehicles. Landlords do not want smokers in the unit. Any renter must carry "Renter's Insurance".
Enforcement of Ruloes and Regulations
Landlords are responsible for the enforcement of the Harbour Vista Rules and Regulations. if their tenant is in violation, fines and legal fees are their resposibility.
Real Estate Summary
(as of September 7, 2023)
Active Real Estate Listing
Address Type Asking
16581 Grunion #305 2BR/2BA $445,000 (09/07/23)
16542 Blackbeard Ln #104 2BR/2BA $449,000 (09/07/23)
4861 Lago Drive #206 1BR/1BA $379,000 (09/07/23)
16512 Blackbeard Ln #106 1BR/1BA $397,500 (09/07/23)
4852 Cabana Drive #101 3BR/2BA $550,000 (09/07/23)
4852 Cabana Drive #305 2BR/2BA $499,000 (07/26/23)
Address Type Information
Active/Under Contract
Address Type Information
Address Type Information
Closed Sales
Address Type Closed
4791 Lago Drive #104 1BR/1BA $325,000 (08/01/23)
4852 Cabana Drive #101 3BR/2BA $350,000 (08/02/23)
4852 Cabana Drive #106 2BR/2BA $459,909 (06/16/23)
16581 Grunion #200 3BR/2BA $510,000 (06/20/23)
16551 Grunion Ln #107 3BR/2BA $505,000 (06/16/23)
16521 Grunion Ln #203 2BR/2BA $424,900 (04/08/23)
4831 Lago Drive #302 2BR/2BA $460,000 (04/05/23)
16521 Grunion Ln #206 3BR/2BA $480,000 (03/15/23)
4861 Lago Drive #106 1BR/1BA $370,000 (03/7/23)
4831 Lago Dr #103 2BR/2BA $500,000 (01/18/23)
16521 Grunion Ln #101 3BR/2BA $530,000 (01/10/22)
4852 Cabana Drive #100 3BR/2BA $500,000 (10/28/22)
4852 Cabana Drive #201 3BR/2BA $510,900 (09/26/22)
4831 Lago Drive #304 2BR/2BA $485,000 (09/07/22)
16542 Blackbeard Lane #101 3BR/2BA $500,000 (8/24/22)
16551 Grunion Ln #304 2BR/2BA $422,000 (08/04/22)
4831 Lago Drive #201 3BR/2BA $525,000 (07/08/22)
16551 Grunion Drive #203 2BR/2BA $400,000 (06/30/22)
4791 Lago Drive #107 1BR/1BA $301,000(06/23/22)
4852 Cabana Drive #305 2BR/2BA $460,000 (05/13/22)
4852 Cabana Drive #204 2BR/2BA $405,000 (04/01/22)
4831 Lago Drive #101 3BR/2BA $383,000 (03/21/22)
16542 Blackbeard Ln #102 2BR/2BA $365,000 (03/07/22)
16542 Blackbeard Ln # 104 2BR/2BA $411,000 (02/08/22)
16581 Grunion Ln #100 3BR/2BA $385,000 (01/31/22)
16512 Blackbeard Lane #201 3BR/2BA #385,000 (01/27/22)

Note: An up green tick () means sold for more than asking price.
A down red tick () means sold for less than asking price.
For sale, available to show, with no accepted offer.
Active/Under Contract indicates that the property has a binding contract and is in escrow, but they are still soliciting backup offers due to the Buyer still having the ability to cancel. A contingent offer is accepted and in escrow, but buyer retains contingencies to cancel, and the Seller is inviting "Backup" offers. The price shown is the list price, not necessarily the contract price.
Buyer has removed all contingencies, and the escrow is in final closing stages. The price shown is the list price, not necessarily the contract price.
The property has been removed from marketing, but a listing contract is unexpired, and still binding on the seller.
The listing is available for sale, but the property cannot currently be shown, usually for temporary convenience factors.
indicates that the listing agreement concluded without a sale
Harbour Vista News
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