When You Plan To Be Away For A
Residents leaving the Isles for more
than a few days should fill out a house check form. Otherwise, C.O.P.
cannot go on property for a security check.
Everyone should have received the "Rules and Regulations of the
Clubhouse." If you do not have a copy, please see Bonnie. Everyone
should familiarize themselves with this publication.
Our clubhouse is for the use and
pleasure of all residents. Please be considerate and take care of the
clubhouse as if it was an extension of your own living room. Your
adherence to the rules will make life more pleasant for all residents--your
cooperation will be appreciated by all.
If you have not been visited by the Majestic Isles Welcome Committee, PLEASE
Sandy Levine 739-9544
Hurricane Preparation and
Hurricane Season — June through November
What To Do In Advance of
the Hurricane Season
Have non-perishable food
and water supplies for at least one week.
Know the location of your
utility main shut-off switches and valves.
Register with emergency
management agency. (561-233-3500) if you are handicapped or otherwise
require special assistance.
When A Hurricane Watch Is
Have adequate cash on hand
until power and phone service is restored.
Fill all your vehicles
Check that all your
battery-operated TVs, radios and flashlights are in good working order.
Prepare to cover all
window and door openings with shutters or other shielding material.
medicines and have at least a two-week supply.
When A Hurricane Warning Is
Outside Your Home
Bring in any outdoor
objects that could be blown away. This includes potted plants,
barbecue grills and furniture.
Make sure all window and
door openings are covered. If you don't have shutters, use masking
tape in an "X" pattern on all windows.
Inside Your Home
Turn your refrigerator and
freezer to the coldest settings.
Fill your tub with water
for sanitary and bathing purposes.
Close all doors inside
Consider turning off
circuit breakers. Power surges and spikes can damage electronic
equipment and appliances.
Leave on your refrigerator
After the Storm
Sprinklers are still an ongoing problem for several reasons,
including dirty sprinkler heads and improper piping connections and
layouts. We are looking into an engineering service to come in and check
out our irrigation system. In the interim, request Prime Management to
unclog restricted heads and to cut out the grass around the sprinkler head.