A storm to watch

Tuesday update The disturbance is forecast to move west-northwestward at around 15 mph across the tropical Atlantic during the next few days, and conditions are expected to become less conducive for development by the end of the week. * Formation chance through 48 hours...high...90 percent. * Formation chance through 5 days...high...90 percent.

After a few days of optimism, a downturn

  Florida's health department on Tuesday reported 276 new coronavirus deaths, surpassing the state's record from July 31. The big picture: The state also recorded over 5,800 new cases — on the low side for a state that is one of the domestic epicenters for the virus. Florida counted its highest number of infections in a single day —... Continue Reading →

Don’t park on the Green Spaces

Hello Neighbors, I don't know how many of you know this, but one roll our Civic Group has is maintaining and improving our public spaces (Section II Object, parts (c) and (d) of the Corporate Charter and By-Laws). So a portion of all dues go to maintaining these spaces in our development. We have the... Continue Reading →

Federal moratorium still pending

Under thenew order, only renters and single-family homeowners who have been “adversely affected by the COVID-19 emergency” are protected. When that no longer applies, their unpaid bills become due, the order says, though it’s unclear if that means immediately upon a person getting re-hired. And the order now makes it clearer that renters can be... Continue Reading →

COVID update

Coronavirus numbers seem to be declining in the state, but epidemiologists say the infection rate is still increasing in Florida. "I think we're still plateauing. I don't think we've seen a decline by any stretch, we see this drop in this daily, but again, the seven to seven-day weekly average, we have an increase in... Continue Reading →

A Gulfport act of kindness

Posted on a neighborhood blog: Today, I wanted to share a beautiful act of kindness in Gulfport. As I was stopped at a pedestrian crosswalk I noticed an elderly woman with a walker gazing at the traffic and hesitating to cross. A Gulfport police officer walked up to the crosswalk and helped her across the... Continue Reading →

Need one? Have some? Here is where to go

One of our civic members, Tricia Heinzen, has made and given away about 200 face masks. She would be happy to make masks for anyone who needs them at no charge. You can email Tricia at tricia75gale@tampabay.rr.com with the number of masks you need and specify male/female and adult/child size. She will leave them in... Continue Reading →

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