A Word from our Association President


With hurricane season approaching its time to think about flying objects generated from your carport or patio.  Our rules state that all objects that could create a hazard to you or your neighbors must  be removed from these areas. While we don’t like to think about these potential disasters, we cannot afford to ignore them.


During the summer months we place rat poison in our sewer system, in an effort to keep these rodents at bay.

To avoid inviting these cuddly creatures to take up residence in your unit the following rule exists. If your unit is empty for more than 30 days, you are responsible for having someone turn on your water and flush the toilets. This must be done every 30 days that your unit sits idle. It’s also a good idea to cover your toilet bowls with plastic wrap and place a heavy object on the lid. This prevents the little darlings from poking their heads up and looking around.

On a more important note. I feel very strongly that the photo of me that Matthew placed on my blog is a poor representation of my good looks. I will be back in Florida at the end of the month and plan that all future presentations of me will not be frightening to Men, Women, and Children of all ages.

In the meantime, take care of yourselves and each other.

See you soon