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Hurricane Season 2018 At San De Vance

By on May 31, 2018 in News, Newsletter |

Hurricane Season 2018 (PDF Version) PLEASE NOTE THAT THE ONLY PROPER AND ALLOWED METHODS OF PROTECTING YOUR UNIT AGAINST TORNADOES/HURRICANE/HEAVY STORMS EVENTS ARE TO EITHER INSTALL ·HURRICANE IMPACT WINDOWS OR ACCORDION WHITE SHUTTERS BY A LICENSED AND INSURED VENDOR, AFTER THE PROPER “ARC” FORM HAS BEEN SUBMITTED TO THE ASSOCIATION. MANY OWNERS HAVE...

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Summer 2018 Newsletter

By on May 17, 2018 in News, Newsletter |

The Association has adopted a new Bank & Payable system for the monthly maintenance fee: This new system will be in effect as of 7/1/2018 (see enclosed coupons, auto debit form and Bank letter). Please carefully read it and follow instructions from JULY PAYMENT forward. Carport Awnings Update: All damaged and/or missing awnings and frames will be installed by...

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Boca Raton Police warn residents & businesses about FPL Scam

By on Oct 4, 2013 in News |

Boca Raton, FL – Boca Raton Police Services Department Crime Prevention officers want to remind residents and local businesses to be aware of a scam affecting many Florida communities. The scammers attempt to trick FPL customers into thinking their account is past due. According to FPL, customers around the state are getting phone calls from people identifying...

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Is your entrance door rotting?

By on Jul 15, 2013 in Maintenance |

Dear Valued Condominium Owners, The Board of Directors would like to ask you to please take a look at your entrance door. If you see that the bottom or any other area is rotting, or needs waterproofing and/or painting, please do not postpone and have it repaired. Waiting only increases future repair costs and it also makes your property and the community looks less...

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Beware: Leaky air conditioners can spark fires

By on Jul 1, 2013 in Maintenance |

Although fire departments do not specifically track such incidents, Palm Beach County firefighters have already extinguished at least three such blazes in the last six months, said Cpt. Doug McGlynn of Palm Beach County Fire Rescue. The culprit in each case was a leaking air handler in a condo storage closet, which short-circuited electrical equipment underneath....

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