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Fireworks in Florida
The uniquely Florida wink-and-a-nod ritual entailed in buying consumer-grade fireworks became statewide history as of April 8, 2020 with a new law §791.08, F.S., which eliminated the much-reviled “bird scaring” waiver previously required to purchase low-grade pyrotechnics. The product of years of lawmakers’ wrangling with fireworks manufacturers (often joined by the emergency physicians and hospitals’...
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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis
Today, Friday September 25, 2020 Florida Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-244, moving all of Florida’s 67 counties into Phase 3. Executive Order 20-244 does the following: Removes state-level restrictions on businesses, such as restaurants. Provides that no COVID-19 emergency ordinance may prevent an individual from working or operating a business, giving Floridians and...
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political signage on lawn
Political polarization in 2020 has reached a COVID-fevered pitch, ignited by shadowy entities of all kinds fueling a whole lot of anger.  As if things weren’t volatile enough, it’s now election season in Florida, which boasts more community associations than any other state in America. When we really believe in something, many of us feel a...
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hurricane damage to condo
Florida’s official hurricane season begins June 1 and ends November 30 – that’s six months out of the year.  As we head into the busiest part of the season, weather patterns can be unpredictable and quickly shift from pleasant to severe.  This is why hurricane preparation should be a critical component of community association operations....
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man wearing a face mask
With full restrictions yet to be lifted during the COVID-19 pandemic, combined with a high unemployment rate and virtual schooling for most of the country, stress-related incidents and escalating tensions within community associations are on the rise. Mental health concerns have been exponentially compounded by the fact that social distancing is still enforced and many...
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wearing face mask by a pool
Effective June 30, 2020, the City of Miami Beach mandated the use of facial coverings for all persons in public places to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. As the City of Miami Beach’s Phase 2 Reopening Order and Emergency Measure applies to both indoor and outdoor public spaces, residents living in community associations...
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As we continue to struggle with the social, economic, and emotional side effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, many are now looking towards re-opening and re-starting their lives. Over the course of the last few days, there has been much discussion about the re-opening of businesses and resumption of normal daily activities. There is no consensus...
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