We have heard that an area waste service will be picking up tomorrow. Unfortunately we can’t confirm it is our service or one of the others that works in Clermont. Waste Pro did not answer calls today so we could not confirm with them. If you want to try putting your cans out tonight/early tomorrow please do so.
If they do come by then great. If they don’t come by then we will have to wait until next Thursday. The HOA just asks that if they don’t show that you please bring your cans in at the end of the day.
Hurricane Ian is now a tropical storm and is located over Palm Bay. Its path is projected to go out over the Atlantic and then swing back towards South Carolina. Winds are still gusty and rain is still coming down. This should slowly die down as the day goes on but please stay home and off the roads unless it is an emergency. Once you feel it is safe to go out and drive please avoid roads with standing water as you don’t know what debris or hazards may be below the water level.
Ian’s path has shifted to the East more. The path earlier today took it right over Lake County and now the latest path shows it passing further to the East. Still please be careful and stay home if you can. Rain and wind will begin tomorrow and tornados are a possibility. Again, please bring in any items around your house that could be blown around. This includes your trash/recycle bins.
Here is a screen grab from an app showing a closer view of the path in our area. The path is now East of us but still close.
Schools, theme parks, and many stores have already announced closures for the next few days.
This morning Hurricane Ian maintains it’s course coming ashore in the Tampa area. Below the graphic is a message sent out by Premier Management. Please stay safe.
In light of the impending weather forecast for Central Florida, we are asking you to take proactive steps to ensure the safety of your community.
Here are a few actions which we have currently taken for your community:
Your landscaping company has been contacted and will be on standby to remove debris from the streets to allow for safe navigation after the storm.
If your community is gated, Premier has consulted with your Board and coordinated their instructions with the gate company.
If your community has a pool, it will be secured and may be closed for a few days due to the storm.
If you have an emergency, call 911.
If you need to report any major issues you may contact the management company at 407-333-7787 and follow directions for the emergency dispatch services. Please use this number to report major issues only.
Some important reminders:
Flying debris is the main cause of broken windows or damage to homes. PLEASE be sure to secure any & all exterior items that could become airborne.
Monitor the progress of the storm through local television stations, FEMA or through your county.
Our garbage pick-up will most likely be delayed due to the storm. At this time I do not know if it will be pushed back to Friday, Saturday, or possibly canceled. This will depend on how long the storm takes to pass through. I will try and get an update posted as soon as the storm passes.
The latest update for Tropical Storm Ian show it on the same path heading towards the panhandle/”big bend” area with our area still in the cone. So not much has changed. I will post in the morning with the latest course.