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Hurricane Hermine - Notice from D&D Services
Posted on Sep 23rd, 2022

As of today, Tropical Depression 9 has a 90 percent chance of forming into a major storm in the next five days and could affect Florida. 
If this becomes a named storm, it will be Hermine.  The future tract is still uncertain, but residents should stay alert to any changes and be prepared in advance of the storm.
Please review the attached general hurricane notice but also see below for Mastique II specific notes.  The storm is forecasted today to be in our area overnight Monday into Tuesday.  This can change as can the forecast cone, so please keep an eye on the news for any changes in timing or location that may affect the notes below.
Take furniture off your lanai and secure any hurricane shades you may have in place and make sure your lanai sliders are closed and latched.
Make sure all your windows are latched to prevent water coming into your unit and the building.  If you are not onsite, please have your homewatch check your unit to make sure it is secure prior to the storm.
Avoid the elevators.  Once the storm hits and power goes down, we do not want anyone trapped in an elevator where we may not be able to have anyone come out.
The  building generator will run only a certain amount of time after the power goes out and this will be for emergency services to assist unit owners on the upper floors.  
Parking in the 2nd level garage will be reserved for Mastique II residents only.
If an evacuation order is issued by the County, please follow the instructions for safe evacuation.  If you chose to stay at Mastique, please note that emergency services, management or vendors will not be available during the storm.
Celeste and Scott will be back onsite after the storm passes and it is safe to do so from our location.
Also attached is the notice for Mastique Master which will highlight some updates for the amenities in advance of a potential storm.
The clubhouse will be closed beginning on Monday afternoon.  The pool furniture and boats will be tied up and secured.  Please do not remove them until after the Storm passes.
The gate has a backup generator and should function during the storm.

FEMA – 800-621-3362;  FLORIDA DISASTER INSURANCE HELPLINE – If you cannot contact your agent or insurance company, call the. Department of Financial Services (DFS) for assistance at 
1-877-My-FL-CFO (1-877-693-5236)
By preparing now, you may reduce the risk of severe damage to your home as well as injury to yourself or loved ones.
Thank you 
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