The Clubhouse has DVD Tai Chiclasses each morning at 10 a.m.Monday–Friday by Mark Johnson, who has 28 years of teaching ex-perience. Come join us!
A reminder that many residentshave their windows open duringthe evening and can hear otherstalking to each other or on cellphones. Please be aware that your voice carries and that thereare people who go to bed early and this can be very disturbing.
Thursdays at 5 p.m., join us atthe pool for Happy Hour. BYOB(no glass!) and your favorite puupuu’s to share.
A reminder thatnothing should obstruct breeze- ways including plants, plant hold-ers and tables and chairs. Also,chairs and tables should bebrought in in the evenings andnot left out on the breezeways.
Have you visited our Community Calendar yet? Go to www.keyroyalfl.com, click on Key Royal and then Community Cal-endar. You will find informationthere on all sorts of topics that you may want to be aware of.
Planning a new floor? Remember,all new flooring installations mustgo through Key Royal’s ARC re- view
installation so thatsoundproofing guidelines will befollowed.
Our exit gate wasbroken by a non-resident on3/8/08. A claim was madeagainst this persons insurancecompany which was denied. Thematter is now in litigation. Thecost of the repair is many thou-sands of dollars which the Associa-tion can not bear at this time.The gate will be fixed as soon asmals off the ground if you see acoyote.This makes it all the more impor-tant to not leave your trash outany longer than necessary.If you see a coyote, do not ap-proach it. They look like big dogsand may not run away. So please,be aware and alert!Some residents have noticed intheir late night ramblings aboutthe community that we have acoyote or two that visit from the woods across the street. A red fox has also been seen.Basically, scientists and research-ers say, be aware of your surround-ings, don’t leave bird feeders orgarbage where coyotes can getthem, and always keep small ani-
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are new tenants or tenants aboutto be renewed.There is no fee for renewing acurrent tenant, but the Associa-tion is required to always have acurrent lease on file for inspec-tion.Thirty days before leases are set toexpire, the management office willsend you a letter reminding youthat it is time for an updated leaseand will also include the Lease Addendum. The Addendumshould be signed by both partiesand then returned to the office with the new lease.If you have any questions regard-ing the new forms, please call themanagement office.
The Association has updated ourrental forms. For owners thatlease their units, you are encour-aged to phone or email Diane atthe management office and shecan email or mail the new formsto you.There is a new Lease Addendumthat needs to be signed by theowner and tenant, whether they
HURRICANE SEASON IS HERE!
Secure potted plants
Put chairs and tables away
Check smoke detectors and air conditioner filters
Designate someone to check your unit and act on your behalf if you are gone
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Food left out for your petor to feed a stray on la-nai’s and breezewaysattract rodents, coyotesand other predators
Please take your dish in assoon as your pet has fin-ished so that a predator doesn't’ come along and finish your pet!