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  • School Closures and Shelter Openings Hurricane Irma Resources The Florida Department of Education is in contact with school districts, state colleges and universities for updates and to determine needs before, during and after emergency events. All school districts, colleges and universities are monitoring Hurricane Irma and collaborating with local emergency preparedness officials to make decisions that […]

  • Update for our Apartment Residents

    Gov. Scott Issues Updates on Hurricane Irma Preparedness On September 5, 2017, in News Releases, by Staff TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today, Governor Rick Scott received a full update on Hurricane Irma from the State Emergency Operations Center. Governor Scott has been in constant communication with state and local emergency management officials, law enforcement, school superintendents […]

  • Hurricane Kits & Resources

    Hurricane Kits It is important to create a kit of supplies that you could take with you if you are forced to evacuate. This kit will also be useful if you are able to stay in your home, but are still affected by the storm, such as through the loss of power. One common trend […]

  • Dear Residents, Know your evacuation route. http://www.floridadisaster.org/ We are in the process of preparing for Hurricane Irma. We will begin removing furniture, plants, and other items from the amenities today. Below are instructions to assist you with preparing for the storm: 1. All plants, furniture and other items from your patio must be removed and […]

  • Hurricane Guide

    This link will provide you things to consider during hurricane season. Tips to keep kids entertained in a storm Children add a whole new element to preparing for and riding out a storm. Here are some tips for keeping your youngest family members safe and entertained if a storm hits: Before the storm Let kids […]

  • Labor Day in the United States

      Celebrate Labor Day Labor Day is a day of rest or the last chance for many people to go on trips before the summer ends. For students, it is the last chance to organize parties before school starts again. In some neighborhoods, people organize fireworks displays, barbecues and public arts or sports events. The […]

  • High-End A Living Room Look on a Real Life Budget

    Choose cushiony seating with legs West Elm has great neutral upholstery. But most importantly, soft cushions add luxury to the space. And tall legs lift the bulk of the sofa off the floor, making the sofa appear visually lighter. This IKEA one also fits the bill, and is even more affordable. If you can’t afford […]

  • How To Help The Victims Of Hurricane Harvey

    The devastation from Hurricane Harvey continues to be felt throughout Texas, as heavy rains and catastrophic flooding are expecting to continue for days. Although the extent of the damage and death toll is not yet clear, the National Weather Service is already calling the storm “unprecedented.” Major highways are submerged in floodwaters, emergency services have […]

  • Good News Thanks to Amazon prices at Whole Foods just got Cheaper!

    Amazon promises to slash prices immediately on top items at Whole Foods stores <img height=”1″ width=”1″ style=”display:none” src=”https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=381751682021778&ev=PageView&noscript=1″ /> Maybe Whole Foods Market will shed its “Whole Paycheck” image sooner than we might have imagined. On Thursday, the Austin-based supermarket chain and its soon-to-be owner, Amazon, said they’re slashing prices starting Monday at the natural […]