It’s Hurricane Season: Is Your Community Association Prepared?

Despite 2016 not being projected as a big year for hurricanes in Florida, we all know that the season is not over yet. This leads to a very important question for community associations: if a hurricane or tropical storm were to occur in your area, would your association be prepared to handle it? If you are having a difficult time answering this question, you may want to consider establishing or revisiting your disaster plan.    Read the article……………


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