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MiraBay Clubhouse Update – Hurricane Irma

Dear Residents,

Two days ago, Governor Scott issued Executive Order 17-235 declaring a state of emergency in all 67 counties within the State of Florida. The State Emergency Operations Center has been activated to level one, which is a full-scale, 24-hours-a-day activation. They have since closed schools for Hillsborough for Thursday and Friday to prepare families in the event Irma heads this way.

In an effort to prepare for the weather concerns, we will need to use Clubhouse space to secure items and protect our assets. Therefore, all programs and events for Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday will be cancelled. The Galley Café, Admiral’s Lounge and Lagoon Room will be closed during this time as well. The Fitness Center, Basketball Courts, Tennis Courts  and the Admiral Pointe Clubhouse will remain open for use on Friday during normal hours of operation. The Resort Pool and Admiral Point Pool will be closed on Friday at 12pm for preventative maintenance by the chemical company to prepare for power outages. The entire Main Clubhouse and Admiral Pointe Clubhouse will be closed beginning Saturday and will remain closed for the duration of the hurricane. We anticipate reopening on Tuesday. Hopefully by this time, the storm will have passed. If there are further delays in opening due to unknown weather conditions, we will send out additional information assuming power and internet is available.

With the recommendation from Envera to help facilitate preparation, the higher volume of traffic entering and exiting our community and your safety we are opening the gates today and throughout the duration of the storm.  Once the storm has passed they will be placed back into normal operation.

The Hillsborough Emergency Policy Group (EPG) has declared a local state of emergency for Hillsborough County in response to Hurricane Irma. Under the Executive Order, the County Administrator has the authority to carry out all emergency responsibilities delegated by the EPG. For the latest information on Hurricane Irma response, go to www.HCFLGov.net/StaySafe.

Consumer Protection: Hillsborough County reminds residents and visitors to be mindful of businesses or individuals engaging in price gouging. Report to the Attorney General’s hotline at (866) 966-7226, or by filing a complaint with Hillsborough County at www.HCFLGov.net

In preparation of possible inclement weather associated with Hurricane Irma, Hillsborough County is making sandbag materials available to the public.

Sandbags are available at three County Public Works Service Units as weather permits, starting at 1 p.m. on September 7.

West Service Unit – 9805 Sheldon Road in Tampa

South Service Unit – 8718 Old Big Bend Road in Gibsonton

East Service Unit – 4702 Sydney Road in Plant City

Materials will be available for Hillsborough County residents to make their own sandbags. Each resident must provide their home address and sign their name acknowledging the receipt of 25 sandbags or less.

Residents can call (813) 272-5900 to request additional information.

Trash, Recycling, and Yard Waste Collection: Curbside trash, recycling, and yard waste collection for County customers will continue while weather conditions permit. Take garbage and recycling items that will not fit in your carts to one of the designated Community Collection Centers. Bring a copy of your recent tax bill and photo ID.

– Alderman’s Ford CCC – 9402 County Road 39 in Plant City

– Hillsborough Heights CCC – 6209 County Road 579 in Seffner

– Northwest County CCC – 8001 W. Linebaugh Ave in Tampa

– South County CCC – 13000 US Highway 41 in Gibsonton

Yard Waste Processing Collection Sites accept residential bulk yard waste material. There is no charge to access the centers. Bring a photo ID and current property tax bill showing the Solid Waste collection and disposal assessments. The sites are open Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Northwest – 8001 W. Linebaugh Ave. in Tampa; South County – 13000 U.S. 41 in Gibsonton; Resource Recovery Facility – 350 N. Falkenburg Rd

Be safe and God Bless,

Elliot Moseley and Ashley Adkins

MiraBay Clubhouse Management Team

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