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Explore this website to find information about our Eastbluff community, a calendar of events, links to local places of interest, special neighborhood activities and events, Association information (such as Board members and Committees), and how you can become involved!
For Association business, click the "Member Portal" link where you can find Association documents of CC&R’s, policies, procedures, Board resolutions, Board Meeting Minutes, pay your dues online, register for an e-statement, submit and track a service request and much much more!
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HOA BOARD MEETING
Monday, July 11, 2022
Architectural Review Committee
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Party in the Park
Sponsored by our neighbors
The Unvert Group
Meet our NBPD Area Commander
Newport Beach Police Department
Crime Reports are in the What's New section. To receive specific crime alerts for your neighborhood, please sign up for alerts on Nixle.
Call NBPD immediately when you see something suspicious or when you need the police to respond to a situation that is occurring.
May 2022 Crime Notes
Overall, Part One Crimes for May 2022 were even compared to 2021 and down by 23.7% when compared to the five-year average. Property Crimes were up by 0.8% when compared to last May.
Increases in: Burglaries/Thefts from Vehicles, Arson, Bike theft, Pick Pocket, and Shoplifting. Vacation time is here - LOCK your homes, cars & bikes while enjoying our beautiful community!
"A" Streets Parking Restrictions Changed
The City of Newport Beach has a committee consisting of two City Council members, City Manager, City Attorney, City staff, appointed residents, and a representative of SPON to discuss policies and strategies to reduce commercial and private aircraft noise and pollution for Newport Beach residents impacted by takeoffs and landings at JWA.
I am assigned to serve on the committee representing District 5 which encompasses Eastbluff. I will provide regular reports to the HOA Directors and members on the meeting agendas and posted to the website.
In the March and April meetings the committee approved the attached reports which I am providing to HOA members.
The City’s Aviation Committee issues reports to the City Council and residents to discuss pending issues and progress on the goals for the current year. The focus is to work with the County, JWA staff, FAA and Airlines and private pilots to adopt procedures that reduce noise. The committee is also working to ensure the settlement agreement with curfew and passenger limitations is enforced and will be renewed.
I am assigned to work this year are development of a “Public Education Program” on the Settlement Agreement and Renewal Negotiations with the County, and Government Relations with County elected representatives, staff at JWA, FAA, and our federal representatives.
If anyone has questions about the Aviation Committee and its projects, please contact me at Ron@eastbluff.net.
The Board of Directors, by acclamation, elected
Ron Rubino, Ginny Tadjalli, and Cindy Omiya to the Board of Directors for 2-year terms through June 2024. Because there were only three candidates for the three open positions, the California Civil Code as part of the Davis Stirling Act permitted the Board to take this action.
After serving on the Board for 6 years, Mark Gart resigned at the end of May. Mark & his wife have sold their home and moved to the Lake Tahoe area. We wish them well!
Outgoing Board Member Tom Roche, who had recently completed a 2-year term, was appointed by the Board of Directors to fill Mark's remaining one-year term.
The Board will continue to meet by Zoom on the first Monday of each month, with the July meeting postponed a week due to the July 4 holiday.
To serve on an Eastbluff HOA committee, contact Ron Rubino at email@example.com
On June 14, the Newport Beach City Council approved a revision of boundaries for our A Street parking zone. The upper A streets above Arbutus will no longer be in the restricted zone. The city public works department will be scheduling work to remove parking zone signs on affected streets on longer in the zone prior to the start of CDMHS new school year in August.
Residents on Aralia and Arbutus and lower Aleppo and Alta Vista below Arbutus as described on the map will need to purchase permits if they need to park a vehicle on the street during school sessions for more than 1 hour and 7 am to 4 pm time period. It is expected that traffic enforcement of parking permits will restart when new school year begins.
We appreciate the City Council’s support and think this refinement of the boundaries along with “no school parking” signs at the A Streets entrance will provide a reasonable deterrent to students from parking in residential areas across from the school.