August 18, 2017
HARBOUR VISTA NEWS
News and Other Things for Harbour Vista Community Huntington Beach
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posted 18 June 2017
PET OF THE MONTH
MEET THE COMFORT DOGS
Westley
Sofia and Westley are two comfort dogs for their owner. Sofia is a three year Maltese Weiner hound. While Westley is two and half year old Maltese Pomeranian beagle.

Sofia was given to the owner by a co-worker because she is lay back and mellow. She is very cuddling, sweet and always want to be with you.

Westley was found on FaceBook as a comfort dog for Sofia and to keep Sofia company when the owner is at work.
Sofia
Both dogs are are very energetic and obedient. The owner has put in some great effort to stop them being interested in Harbor Vista ducks. But both dogs like to chase squirrels and birds. These dogs like their big outing at the local park and love to go to the beach for a swim. ■
posted 15 August 2017
FYI
SUNSCREEN
by Michael Huma
With the solar eclipse occurring on Monday, August 21, 2017, our minds are likely to be focused on the sun more than usual. Summer is also in full gear and we are spending more time outdoors, at the beach, and in pools exposing ourselves to more ultraviolet (UV) rays. One of the first things we think about before running out the door to face a long day under its rays is our sunscreen.

There are a number of common ingredients in commercial sunscreens that should be avoided! Although these ingredients may act as filters that block dangerous UV rays, studies indicate serious side effects such as hormone disruption, neurotoxicity.

The skin is largest organ of the body and great care should be taken to protect it not only from sun exposure but chemical exposure as well. Below are a list of common chemicals that are found in commercial sunscreens (and other cosmetic products as well) that should be avoided.
  • Avobenzone – When avobenzone interacts with chlorinated water (the kind of water in your pool) it produces acetyl benzenes and phenols, two particularly toxic chemicals linked to infertility, immune system deterioration, and cancer. Scientists are currently studying avobenzone’s transformation in sea water leading to an even wider array of breakdown products due to bromination. The addition of copper salts to a swimming pool for algae control leads to the formation of bromoform in large quantities. The EPA has indicated that breathing or ingesting bromoform results in slowdown of brain function and injury to the liver and kidney. See Dangerious Chemicals.
  • Oxybenzone – This is another very common and very toxic ingredient due to its hormone disruption. It is associated with endometriosis, a painful disorder wherein tissue normally lining the inside of the uterus grows outside it. It has also been linked to early puberty in girls, low sperm count and male infertility. Oxybenzone may also trigger allergy symptoms. In 2014, the American Contact Dermatitis Society declared Benzophenones as allergen of the year with Oxybenzones belonging to these aromatic ketones.
  • Octinoxate – Also known as octylmethoxycinnamate, it is a common ingredient not only in sunscreens but in shampoos, lipsticks, nail polish, skin creams, hair coloring products, and other products. Octinoxate acts to disperse the sun’s UVB rays. However, it readily absorbs into your skin and takes additional chemicals with it that normally would not be absorbed which may actually be encouraging premature aging rather than preventing it. It has shown to increase the development of estrogen in cells and high levels of estrogen in the body has been linked to the development of breast cancer. Octinoxate’s hormone disruption has negative effects on the reproductive system and thyroid gland. It remains active in water, making it easier for animals to come into contact, and has been shown in a study conducted by the Environmental Health Perspectives to cause complete bleaching of coral reefs even at low concentrations. You can see in the image from Emma Van Zandt’s Prezi Coral Reef Bleaching presentation how this phenomena is harmful. The U.S. and other countries spend billions of dollars to help protect the coral reefs.
  • Homosalate – This ingredient helps sunscreen penetrate the skin and stays there. Homosalate bioaccumulates and isn’t as quickly expelled from the body as other toxins. Once inside you, homosalate disrupts estrogen, androgen, and progesterone levels.
  • Retinyl palmitate – Retinyl palmitate (or vitamin A palmitate) becomes dangerous under sunlight. Exposure to ultraviolet rays will cause retinyl palmitate to break down and produce free radicals. The more free radicals there are in your body, the greater your risk of developing skin cancer.
  • Parabens – These are synthetic preservatives are widely used to prevent the growth of bacteria since the 1950s. They mimic estrogen in the body and have been linked to breast cancer and reproductive issues. A 2004 British cancer researcher Philippa Darbre, Ph.D., found parabens in malignant breast tumors suggesting possible association between parabens in cosmetics and cancer. The European Commission on Endocrine Distruption has listed parabens as Catergory 1 priority substances, based on evidence that they interfere with hormone function. Parabens also interfere with male reproductive functions. Studies have indicated that methyl-paraben applied on the skin reacts with UVB leading to increased skin aging and DNA damage. It also causes allergic reactions and neurotoxicity. Organic parabens exist in food also but in food they are metabolized when eaten, making them less strongly estrogenic. Parabens are typically prefaced by chemical-sounding names like methyl-, propyl-, butyl-, and ethyl-, which are indicative of their alkyl groups.
  • Synthetic fragrances – They may add an aromatic touch to sunscreen, but don’t be deceived. Synthetic fragrances have been linked to an assortment of detrimental health conditions like nausea, headache, asthma, and cancer. An alternative is obtain a therapeutic essential oil, such as lavender, and mix it with your cream/lotion. Avoid using citrus essential oils in the sun as it causes photosensitivity.
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has created a Sunscreen 101 Guide to help select a safe sunscreen for you and for our environment..

When searching for the best sunscreen option to purchase, look for fragrance free Mineral Sunscreens that have Zinc Oxide or Titanium Oxide as their active ingredient for blocking UV rays. Never use the spray on sunscreens as the risk of inhaling chemicals is very high.

Thus far research has exposed toxicity to our health and environment from the use of these common chemicals and more research is needed to gain a better understanding of their effects. There is a reason to be mindful.■
As resident of Harbour Vista, Michael Huma is a Geological Engineer specializing in water resources, environmental pollution and its effect on human health.
posted 18 June 2017
Recipe of the Month
ZUCCHINI CRUSTED PIZZA
by Eden Hommes
Zucchini is a great low calorie vegetable, loaded with Vitamin C and manganese which help your body fight disease-causing free radicals. It also contains lutein and zeaxanthin, two phytochemicals that protect your eyesight. This "pizza" can be made with non-dairy cheese as well for a low saturated fat and cholesterol meal.
Ingredients

  • 3 1/2 cups grated zucchini
  • 2 blocks (14-oz each) extra firm tofu (drained and crumbled)
  • 2/3 cups flour
  • 1/2 cup grated mozzarella cheese
  • 1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese
  • 1 T. diced basil leaves
  • 1 tsp dried oregano
  • Salt and pepper (to taste)
  • Marinara sauce
  • Sliced onions, green peppers, and tomatoes (for topping)
  • Extra grated cheese for topping
Instructions
  1. Grate zucchini into a large bowl, toss with a few dashes of salt, and let sit for 10 minutes. Squeeze excess water out of zucchini and place back in the mixing bowl.
  2. Stir in the crumbedl tofu, flour, cheeses, and herbs. Add salt and pepper to taste.
    Pour mixture into a large, greased, rectangular casserole dish and pat down firmly so the mixture is about 1.5 inches thick.
  3. Bake uncovered for 35 minutes at 350 F, until the crust is beginning to brown on top.
  4. Remove from oven, and top with marinara sauce, sliced vegetables, and extra cheese and herbs.
  5. Return to oven and bake for another 5-10 minutes until cheese is melted and vegetables are softened.
Let cool slightly, and cut into large squares. Serves 6.■
posted 16 July 2017
Architectural Committees Meeting Highlights
THREE ACTIONS APPROVED
Personal Video/Audio Surveillance System
Guidelines Updates
The Architecture Committee (ARC) held an open meeting on June 29th in the Cabana Clubhouse. Five Committee members were present: Michael Barto, Terri Piper Johnson Ray Koagel and Brenda Richardson. Two HOA member Helen Ruvelas and Candice Shultz also was in attendance.
Three Actions Requests Approved
The ARC approved:
  • Front door replacement
  • A Split Air Conditioning System
  • Transfer of Attic Space (Exclusive Use Common Area) to homeowner for remodeling and upgrade as storage space.
Addition to Amendments to Guideline
The following items were discussed in the ARC meeting as amendments to the Architectural Guideline:
  1. Approval from the Architectural Committee is required for any installation of in-wall electric space heaters. City permits must be obtained and inspection. These in-wall space heaters must only be installed facing interior walls which are not classified as “party walls" (e.g. walls share between units). Using exterior walls which face outside is acceptable.
  2. Approval from the Architectural Committee is required for any installation of security video cameras attached to the an exterior wall or located in the unit and pointing to the outside through a window.
  3. Approval from the Architectural Committee is required for any installation of a Video doorbell/intercom system.
  4. Approval from the Architectural Committee is required for replacement of front doors The panel door must resemble the same type of material, finish and color as the original installed doors (e.g. dark walnut).
    1. The door must be installed in the same location and be the same size as the original door it replaces.
    2. The material of the panel door may be wood, fiberglass or metal as long as the finish reassembles the original door.
    3. The panel door must consist of at least a single panel and not more than six. Z-style barn and shaker doors are not allowed.
    4. Installation of half moon radius transom designed window at the top of the panel door are allowed with approval of the Architectural Committee.
These guideliens were only a preliminary discussion. Members are invited to express their opinion to the ARC or the HOA
posted 19 July 2017
Dinning Around Harbour Vista
The Abbey Restaurant
by Jim Gregg
Some of the finest quant restaurants are located at nearby Seal Beach our sister city just 4 short miles
away and we decided to visit the famous “The Abbey” restaurant, made famous back in 1996 when it
was discovered that home run king Mark McGwire was a regular attraction at The Abbey while he made
his run for a record 70 home runs. The nation’s entire sports media converged on this little sports bar on
a regular basis and The Abbey baseball cap was selling like hotcakes!
Surprised
We were surprised to find several mothers with their babies in strollers were also enjoying the casual
dining atmosphere of this main street eatery. Having never been there before, we asked our very
pleasant waitress for recommendations and our first choice was the flank steak skewers with ginger soy
sauce dish that was well prepared and tasty, and our second choice was the Abbey burger with both
cheddar and jack cheese which made this a super burger. The waitress made great choices for us which turned our experience into a very pleasant one.■
The Abbey Sports Bar & Pub
306 Main Street
Seal Beach, CA 90740
562-799-4246
Web: http://theabbeysealbeach.com
Business Hours:Mo,Tu,We,Th 11:30 am – 9:30 pm;
Fr,Sa 11:30 am – 10:30 pm;
Su 11:30 am – 9:00 pm
posted 15 August 2017
July 2017 HOA Meeting Highlights
BROKEN STREAM SMELL
Dues Must Go Up
Renter Removed From Meeting
Water Damage Restoration Policy
Board members in attendance for the July HOA meeting were: Mike Mengel, Mary Williams, Ted LaMantia, Mike Huma and Terry Piper-Johnson. Action Property Manager Peggy Shaw was present along with 32 members. This was also the Election Meeting with the number of casted votes rising to 75 with quorum being reduced to 46. Voting was closed by “Majority Rule” who was facilitating the election. Counting of the Ballots continued till the end of the regular meeting.
Open Forum
A member asked that two renters be asked to leave the meeting. President Michael Mengel agrees stating that the HAO meeting was for members only. The two renters left the meeting.
Open Forum
  • Complaints were discussed about the smell coming from deteriorating sludge as dried out. The stream which surrounded the 4861 Lago and part of the Cabana Buildings had been drying out for more than three week due to a broken pump system. The HOA informed the members that the vendor was waiting for delivery of the pump to repair the stream. The pump is an odd size which is not normally in stock. It was observed that there is a lot of mud in this stream as it settled.
  • Landscaping complaints were again voiced.
Financial Report
The HOA reported that it is carrying an operating expense deficit of approximately 13% of the HOA yearly assessments. There was a modest rise from the previous month. It should be noted that this deficit represent approximately $61 a month for a year for each property owner. The Treasurer Mary Williams stated that this deficit was due to mostly common area expenses with Slab Leaks and Roof Repairs. She also stated that utilities seem to be higher than usual and asked Action to check into this.
Dues Must Go Up
The Property Manager Peggy Shaw announced that the HOA Assessment for each property owner will need to be increased more than the typical yearly increase. The reason was because of the on going deficit and the increase in cost for services for the next year.
Committee Reports
  • Architectural Committee:
    The Spokesperson/Chairman Michael Barto announced that the Committee had held an open meeting on June 29th. Unofficial minutes were published in Harbor Vista News. The Committee approved three request:
    • Front door replacement
    • A Split Air Conditioning System
    • Transfer of Attic Space (Exclusive Use Common Area) to homeowner for remodeling and upgrade as storage space.
    The committee discussed tentative additions to the Architectural Guidelines which were published in Harbor Vista News.
  • Parking Committee:
    The Spokesperson/Chairman Brenda Richardson announced that she would start painting red no parking strips in front of members garages to allow police ticketing for Parking violation.
  • Landscaping Committee:
    The Spokesperson/Chairman Terri Piper stated that Committee will be complaining to Bemus Landscaping about poor work and incomplete projects.
Financial Report
The HOA reported that it is carrying an operating accounts deficit of approximately 11% of the HOA yearly assessments. This was a 3% increaase from the previous month.
Unfinished Business
  • The Board approved purchasing fans lights for the clubhouse.
  • A proposals for upgrading a non standard HOA Deck Modifications for 16521 Grunion #201 was disapproved. Though this balcony was funded as an experiment by the HOA and did not match the other balconies at Harbor Vista, the HOA will not return this balcony to its original design.
  • More investigation for LED lighting proposal was also requested.
New Business
  • Proposals for mastic and caulking at both pools was tabled.
  • Approval of the broken brick wall at Heil and Green on the Grunion side was approved.
  • The Board stated that their policy to pay for water damage had been misinterpreted. The HOA is only required for the restoration to repair the leaks and not to damage caused by the leaks. The HOA CC&R’s (Section 9.03. Rights and Duty of Unit Owner to Insure) require that each property owner carry homeowner insurance on their unit. Michael Mengel admitted that in the past, the HOA had been too lenient with members by paying for damages that were not the HOA responsible.
  • The Board stated that if a homeowner even suspects a slat leak or pending water damage, they must immediately report it to Action Property Management.
  • A proposals for repair of 3 Parking Areas was deferred.
  • Proposal for Additional Janitorial Service was allowed to dies.
The next Open Session meeting of the HOA is scheduled for August 28th at 6:30pm in the Cabana Clubhouse.■
Notes:
  1. At the end of the General Meeting, Majority Rule presented the results of the Election to the Property Mangers Peggy Shaw who announced the results. See Election Results.
  2. During the pump failure a stream, a few members of the HOA tried to wash down the mud from the rocks and remove some to the slugs that had turned to dust.

posted 16 July 2017
Architectural Committees Meeting Highlights
THREE ACTIONS APPROVED
Personal Video/Audio Surveillance System
Guidelines Updates
The Architecture Committee (ARC) held an open meeting on June 29th in the Cabana Clubhouse. Five Committee members were present: Michael Barto, Terri Piper Johnson Ray Koagel and Brenda Richardson. Two HOA member Helen Ruvelas and Candice Shultz also was in attendance.
Three Actions Requests Approved
The ARC approved:
  • Front door replacement
  • A Split Air Conditioning System
  • Transfer of Attic Space (Exclusive Use Common Area) to homeowner for remodeling and upgrade as storage space.
Addition to Amendments to Guideline
The following items were discussed in the ARC meeting as amendments to the Architectural Guideline:
  1. Approval from the Architectural Committee is required for any installation of in-wall electric space heaters. City permits must be obtained and inspection. These in-wall space heaters must only be installed facing interior walls which are not classified as “party walls" (e.g. walls share between units). Using exterior walls which face outside is acceptable.
  2. Approval from the Architectural Committee is required for any installation of security video cameras attached to the an exterior wall or located in the unit and pointing to the outside through a window.
  3. Approval from the Architectural Committee is required for any installation of a Video doorbell/intercom system.
  4. Approval from the Architectural Committee is required for replacement of front doors The panel door must resemble the same type of material, finish and color as the original installed doors (e.g. dark walnut).
    1. The door must be installed in the same location and be the same size as the original door it replaces.
    2. The material of the panel door may be wood, fiberglass or metal as long as the finish reassembles the original door.
    3. The panel door must consist of at least a single panel and not more than six. Z-style barn and shaker doors are not allowed.
    4. Installation of half moon radius transom designed window at the top of the panel door are allowed with approval of the Architectural Committee.
These guideliens were only a preliminary discussion. Members are invited to express their opinion to the ARC or the HOA
Current News (click links)
Real Estate Update (08/18/17)
It's Hot and No Shades (08/18/17)
Zucchini Crusted Pizza (08/18/17)
Sunscreen (08/17/17)
A Start - Fire Lane- No Parking (08/17/17)
July HOA Meeting Highlites (08/15/17)
Renter's Corner (07/28/17)
Results of Election (07/26/17)
Dinning: The Abbey (07/20/17)
Architectural Committee Minutes (07/20/17)
Pet of the Month: Comfort Dogs (07/19/17)
Letter to the Editor (07/12/17)
posted 18 August 2017
Frustrations
IT’S HOT and No SHADES
It is hot and you cannot put up shades. For over five years this owners condo has had shades on its second balcony. But in the last six months he has received letters from the HOA telling him they are not allowed. Over the previous three Board meetings, the HOA had asked for comments for the new Rules and Regulations. He diligently submitted his request along with other members to allow shades. But to no avail. The new rules still contained the same restrictions.
Put Up A Tree
OK, there is more than one way to skin a cat. He took down the shades and installed a tree/bush potted
plant. It may not be the best solution, but for now, the condo is cooler.■
posted 17 August 2017
FYI
A START
The Parking Committee announced at the July HOA Meeting that they would start painting redFire Lane"-“No Parking” strips in front of the garages. Using a chalk line and an inexpensive strip marker ( the one used to mark parking spaces is broken and needs to be replaced), the Committee started to lay strips at the back Grunion garages as a test. The lines are not totally straight but it's just the beginning to get an idea. The Parking Committee is intending to widen the strips and get a new striping maching (around $100).
Police Will Ticket
Be warned: With these new markings, the police will have the authority to ticket vehicles left in these spaces whose fines are very expensive. ■
posted 12 July 2017
Letter to the EDITOR
Owner with Window Upgrade & Parking Concern
Greetings Mike!
I need your assistance in 2 matters.

First, I need to install 5 windows in my unit that my daughter is moving into. Windows are all worn out. Do I need an approval to install white vinyl windows? If so, will it be approved? Second, I need a tree trimmed in the Cabana center Parking lot. I am willing to pay for the cost. The tree branches are overhanging a tenants auto & is constantly putting sap all over it plus the birds are always dirtying it. Branch will break soon & damage the auto. Do I put in a request for just get it cut & say nothing to anyone?

Any advice is appreciated!
To Owner:
The retrofit windows require a submittal of an Architectural Request Form that must be send to Action Property Management. Action timestamps your request and then generate a request and minute template for the ARC committee (Architectural Committee). The timestamp is important. The ARC Committee must respond within 45 days or your request is automatically approved. Based on passed experience, it is a good idea to also email the ARC spokesperson Michael Barto (yours truly) a copy of your request to help the committee schedule a meeting and to make sure that all the information has been provided.

According to the Architectural Guidelines,”Owners may upgrade windows with white energy efficient double pane clear glass only. Any other colors are not acceptable.” If you are installing retrofit windows, a permit is not required as the existing framing is reused.

Since you are willing to pay the expenses to trim the tree, you should send your request to the Landscaping Committee Spokesperson Terri Piper Johnson (call or text 707-477-9044) and see if the Committee will agree along with the Board to let you go forward. You can then hire your own person (or use the HOA’s) and monitor the work. This should be an arrangement between you and the Landscaping Committee. Personally I see no issue with this request and praise you for doing this. This will save money for the HOA which is a win for all of us.
--Michael Barto
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posted 26 December 2016
FYI
Private Social Media Site
For Harbour Vista
Nextdoor is a private social network for our neighborhood. Neighbors register by their location (street name) and then become part of group. For Harbour Vista residents, our group is called Harbour Pines. There is no charge to be a member. To start go to (https://nextdoor.com/), you will find and meet your neighbors there.■
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Upcoming HOA Meeting Schedules
(subject to change without notice)
Date Location Time Agenda
28
August
2017
Cabana Clubhouse 6:30PM
BOARD OF DIRECTORS OPEN SESSION
MEETING NOTICE & AGENDA
August 28, 2017
  1. CALL TO ORDER
  2. EXECUTIVE SESSION DISCLOSURE
  3. OPEN FORUM
  4. FINANCAL UPDATE
  5. CONSENT CALENDAR
  6. COMMITTEE REPORTS
  7. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
  8. NEW BUSINESS
  9. SCHEDULE NEXT MEETING
    6:30PM
BOARD OF DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE SESSION
MEETING NOTICE & AGENDA
(CLOSED TO MEMBERS)
August 28, 2017 (after open Session
)
25 September
2017
Cabana Clubhouse 6:30PM
BOARD OF DIRECTORS ANNUAL MEETING
MEETING NOTICE & AGENDA
September 25, 2017
BOARD OF DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE SESSION
MEETING NOTICE & AGENDA
(CLOSED TO MEMBERS)
September 25, 2017 (after open Session)

Real Estate Summary
(as of August 18, 2017)
Active Real Estate Listing
Address Type Asking
16581 Grunion Lane #103 2BD/2BA $299,000 (8/18)
16551 Grunion Lane #105 2BD/2BA $295,000 (8/16)
Hold
Address Type Information
4861 Lago Drive #104 1BD/1BA $243,000 (8/16)
Active/Under Contract
Address Type Information
Pending
Address Type Information
4791 Lago Drive #305 1BD/1BA $225, 000 (8/11)
Closed Sales 2017
Address Type Closed
16512 Blackbeard Lane #205 1BD/1BA $192,000 (8/10)
16521 Grunion Lane #205 2BD/2BA $269,900 (5/31)
4861 Lago Drive #202 3BD/2BA $310,000 (4/24) (private sale)
4791 Lago Drive #102 3BD/2BA $297,000 (4/6)
4831 Lago Drive #103 2BD/2BA $295,000 (1/26)
16542 Blackbeard Lane #100 3BD/2BA $230,000 (1/17)

Note: An up green tick () means sold for more than asking price.
A down red tick () means sold for less than asking price.
ACTIVE:
For sale, available to show, with no accepted offer.
ACTIVE
UNDER CONTRACT::
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.
PENDING:
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.
WITHDRAWN:
The property has been removed from marketing, but a listing contract is unexpired, and still binding on the seller.
HOLD:
The listing is available for sale, but the property cannot currently be shown, usually for temporary convenience factors.
RENTER'S CORNER
The following rental information was provided (28 July 2017)
Address Type Price Info/Ref
4861 Lago Dr #202 3BD/2BA $2995/mon Crestwave Property Management
Tel: 562.590.6464 (10 to 5 weekdays)
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