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Hurricane Dorian Announcement

Dear Homeowners, As Hurricane Dorian approaches Florida, our team is taking the necessary steps to ensure that each of our communities is safe and prepared for the storm. This includes locking open community gates and closing community pools. Melrose offices will be open until 3 pm on Friday, Aug. 30 to facilitate resident calls andContinue Reading “Hurricane Dorian Announcement”

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FREE Board Member Certification Course

Please join us for the first installment of our Association Education Series!  Community Association Law Attorney Patryk Ozim will lead the course and deliver information that Board members need to best serve their communities. We invite you to explore the course description below. HOA & CONDO BOARD MEMBER CERTIFICATION COURSE LED BY PATRYK OZIM, ESQ. PatrykContinue Reading “FREE Board Member Certification Course”

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National Night Out at Oak Ridge of Apopka

The Melrose Management Partnership was proud to help sponsor the National Night Out event at Oak Ridge of Apopka. National Night Out is an event celebrated in neighborhoods around the country, designed to bring neighbors together with local law enforcement in an effort to promote community bonds and neighborhood safety. Oak Ridge residents enjoyed a DJ, fire truckContinue Reading “National Night Out at Oak Ridge of Apopka”

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Community Turnover Meeting with Melrose

Hickory Hammock Turnover Meeting The Melrose Management Partnership team, led by Vice President Katherine Montgomery, hosted last night’s Hickory Hammock turnover meeting and election at the Stoneybrook West Golf Club. Congratulations to the newly elected homeowner Board of Directors! Special thanks to Diana Cabrera of M/I Homes, Nora Schuster of Lennar, and the Winter GardenContinue Reading “Community Turnover Meeting with Melrose”

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Hurricane Irma Debris Removal Information

This article originally appeared on the Orange County Florida Government website. While it is specific to Orange County, the helpful tips are applicable to residents across all of Florida. Hurricane Irma Debris Removal Information As Orange County continues recovery efforts after Hurricane Irma, it is important for residents to be informed on debris removal. CITIZEN DROP-OFF SITES ResidentsContinue Reading “Hurricane Irma Debris Removal Information”

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Hurricane Preparedness in Your Association

We’re right in the middle of hurricane season in Florida, which means hurricane preparedness is a main focus in the Associations we manage. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, mid-August marked the beginning of the eight week peak of Hurricane season, which will last until around mid-October. This is the time when, scientifically, theContinue Reading “Hurricane Preparedness in Your Association”

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Celebrate a Fun Fourth of July in Your Association

13 Tips for a Safe and Fun (and Fine-Free) Fourth of July in Your Association With the Fourth of July rolling around, members of our Associations are gearing up for outdoor fun with their neighbors. But remember that — even on Independence Day — you have to follow the rules and regulations set forth by your HOA!Continue Reading “Celebrate a Fun Fourth of July in Your Association”