Happy May! I am so pleased to be at Golf Lakes and if we haven’t yet met, I truly look forward to getting to know you. Although I have lived in Florida for more than 20 years, I was born in Chicago and raised in Tennessee, having crossed the state west to east from Memphis, to Shelbyville, and ending at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Coming to the east coast of Florida after graduation, I immediately embraced the Florida lifestyle. Although I spent 15 years raising my girls in Colorado, I returned to what I call home and relocated back to Florida in 2013.
We hope that you all have a safe and wonderful summer. If you are headed out, we look forward to your return. If you are staying with us this summer, you will see a lot of activity with the upcoming projects.
The list includes paving, canal bank restoration, exploring storm sewer condition at 5th Street, along with additional projects being considered by the Board of Directors. The pool will be resurfaced and also includes new pump and filter equipment; however, that project will be performed in October. Accordingly, the pool will be closed for at least four weeks and up to eight, but we know that you will love the new finish.
Hurricane season, June through November, is fast approaching. Based on entering an El Nino period, forecasters suggest that Florida will again be at higher risk than other parts of the country. Residents should plan now and be prepared to remove and store all outdoor items when hurricane warnings are issued and prior to leaving, if you will be gone more than seven days. Items to remove and store include: flowers pots, grills, decorative statues, outdoor furniture, garbage cans, bicycles and rain barrels. If all items are not stored properly or anchored permanently, at the owner’s expense, Golf Lakes will remove the items.
If there is anything that the staff and I can do for you, just give us a call or reach out via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.