EMERGENCY POWERS: What Condominium and Homeowners Association Board Members Need to Know (FL)

The windows are shuttered, patio and pool furniture is stored away, the pantry is stocked with food, water bottles and gas tanks are filled, flashlights have new batteries, and insurance policies and other important papers are in a safe place. Hopefully, the preparation for the storm will be worst part.  But, if you do experience tropical storm or hurricane conditions are you prepared for the storm and the aftermath? Do you know who to call if downed trees block the roads? What if the lakes start to overflow or the electricity goes out? Are the emergency generators in working order? Are owners required to leave and, if so, when can they come back? The list goes on and on and on.     Read the article…………..


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