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Support Disaster Assistance Equity Act

This involves you!

  

Support The Disaster Assistance Equity Act of 2019

Community associations impacted by a presidentially declared natural disaster—blizzard, drought, earthquake, fire, flood, hurricane, or tornado—are NOT currently afforded the same FEMA recovery resources as non-deed restricted communities even though they pay the same federal taxes. It is unfair.

Owners of Condominiums If this bill passes, owners will be reimbursed for their fair share of repair or replacement of critical major common area elements facilities like boiler rooms, elevators, roofs, etc.

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This would go to Rep. Christ

"Please co-sponsor H.R. 5337, the Disaster Assistance Equity Act of 2019, which expands community association’s access to FEMA resources; a correction to current inequities in the system. "


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Our Community in Seminole, Florida

 The SHORES OF LONG BAYOU consists of twenty-two (22) individual  condominium associations comprised of 341 units that include townhouses,  mid-rise buildings, and villas. 

2019 handbook

The Shores of Long Bayou Condominiums

In addition to your association documents, this handbook will address the rules and regulations of the common areas.  This community sits on 77 acres  of the Long Bayou waterfront, an estuarine water body that flows into  the Gulf of Mexico. Long Bayou is an arm of Lake Seminole.  

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Nature Trail, Lakes, and Ponds

 The Shores of  Long Bayou Condominiums includes nearly two miles of nature trail, 25 acres of lakes  and ponds, nature preserves rich with flora and fauna, a clubhouse, two  pools, a spa, and a fitness room.