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Port Malabar Holiday Park Mobile Home Park Recreation District
A community intended and operated for persons 55 and older
Official information from the District Office
- October 6, 2017

Hurricane Irma Update on Clean Up Efforts as of Monday, October 02, 2017

·         Holiday Park is in the City’s Contractor queue to have the yard debris that has been deposited outside the Americana gate picked up, timing is TBD.  In the meantime, all the debris piled on the inside of the gate will be moved THIS WEEK to the outside by Endeavor Construction.

·         Holiday Park is also in the City’s Contractor queue to actually come into the park and pick up lawn debris at the street as well as, large appliances, furniture and mobile home debris, timing is TBD, could still be several weeks!  All debris MUST BE separated into individual piles by type of debris.

·         The Maintenance Team continues to try to balance their workload between maintaining residential properties (1st Priority) and cleaning up green spaces (2nd Priority).

- Sept. 20, 2017

Hurricane Recovery Update from the District Office:

·         Residential Properties - Debris Removal:
Waste Management WILL NOT be picking up lawn/yard debris caused by the storm.  This is a function of FEMA but as you know from previous storms, FEMA WILL NOT come into the Park to pick up lawn debris. 

Options:

o   We have contracts with 2 Disaster Recovery companies, CESES and Thompson.  I have placed calls into both to inquire on their services, timing and costs.

o   I would encourage Residents to use their Waste Management household Green cans to discard lawn/yard debris and take it to the curb for pick up.

o   Residents are welcome to take their lawn/yard debris to the Americana gate and deposit it there.  PLEASE ONLY TAKE LAWN & YARD DEBRIS.

o   Residents should continue to move their lawn/yard debris to the street if the chose not to take it the Americana gate.

o   The Maintenance Team is fully engaged in clearing Green Spaces and doing their best to balance that activity with maintaining some semblance of a lawn mowing cadence.  I have not yet engaged them in removing lawn/yard debris from Residential Properties.

·         District Properties Debris Removal:

Waste Management WILL NOT be picking up lawn/yard debris caused by the storm.  This is a function of FEMA but as you know from previous storms, FEMA WILL NOT come into the Park to pick up lawn debris.

       Current/Ongoing Activities:

o   Clean up at the back pond is nearing 100% complete.

o   4 other green spaces have heavy debris, they will be cleaned 1 at a time and debris will be hauled to the Americana gate.

o   Some Residents are blowing debris into the middle of the street primarily on Holiday Park Blvd.  PLEASE DISCONTINUE BLOWING YOUR DEBRIS INTO THE STREET AS IT DIVERTS THE MAINTENANCE BECAUSE THEY HAVE TO CLEAR THE DEBRIS OUT OF THE MIDDLE OF THE STREET SO THAT STORM WATER CONTINUE TO FLOW.

o   Members of the team continue to make rounds through the park to pick up aluminum debris.  Please continue to take your aluminum debris to the street if you would like the maintenance team to pick it up.  If you have aluminum that has not been picked up, call the office and we will keep a list of properties where a pick up needs to be made.

o   As mentioned earlier, the Maintenance Team is doing their best to balance debris removal activity with maintaining some semblance of a lawn mowing cadence.

·         Clubhouse:

As mentioned previously, the Clubhouse sustained minor damage.  I’ve been in contact with FMIT, our insurance company, they’ve agreed to do an onsite assessment in the next 7-10 days. 

       Damages include:

o   Four posts on the North side of the chain link fence surround the pool have snapped/bent so the fence is leaning.

o   Our Fire Alarm System was damaged, it has been fixed!

o   One side of awning on one of the pool deck shade roofs ripped off.

o   A vent cover on the roof over the billiard room blew off.

o   The light pole in the outdoor game area was blown down.

o   The shuffleboard courts lost many of the plastic playing surfaces, some are broken.

o   A door to one of the small storage rooms in the outdoor game area blew off.

o   2 round globes in the clubhouse parking lot blew off.



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