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Although this was a devastating hurricane for many of our Southwest Florida residents, its overall impact appears to have been fairly minimal, and we faired far better than expected. Preparatory work began late last week by boarding up the clubhouse windows and distributing emergency action procedures to residents. Earlier this week, the emergency action team focused on resident evacuations and open-gate locking procedures.
Overall, the damage was limited and interruption to business will be minimal. Debris is being cleaned up, and residents are returning to check on their homes. Streets will be fully cleared early tomorrow morning for the communities that were hit the hardest. As you may know, we have a fully staffed team in Florida that responds to pre and post Tropical Storms and Hurricanes in coordination with our Emergency Action Plan.
Teams were deployed early this morning to each community. After the community damage assessments were completed, efforts were turned to clearing the streets and safely restoring power to each community. Preemptive work, such as boarding up the clubhouses, as shown below, aided us in only having two clubhouse windows broken out of all the communities. Outdoor amenities such as our tikis which the Seminole Indians built with natural cypress and palm materials, came through the hurricane with no damage; not even one tiki was damaged or destroyed.
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