Updates & Announcements

26 January

Aging in Paradise

  No, that’s not the title of the latest James Michener adaptation, it’s a resource center on the island brought to our attention by Janice and George Abizaid at a recent board meeting. The center’s purpose is to make every moment count as the aging process continues. “Our hope is to give more peace of mind, more joy, more knowledge, more security and more health-related information to seniors on the island and surrounding area, in Read More
Dateline November 10, 2014 – The board has received comments about a few folks driving their cars a bit too fast on the Sutton Place property. There are speed limit 15 mph signs posted around the parking lot, but that speed is a maximum for when the conditions are perfect and no pedestrians are present. Keep in mind that at 15 MPH, your car is moving at around 22 feet per second and that doesn’t Read More
  Please be sure to read the new pool rules signs.   Swimming is great exercise for people of all ages. Before you hit the water, it wouldn’t hurt to refresh your memory about swimming pool safety.   Swimming pools are a great resource for seniors in terms of health and socialization, but safety is an important focus. It’s crucial that seniors and people of all ages take care to follow water safety precautions to Read More
11 December

New dogs Rule!

Sutton News Network, Bob Barker reporting – NEW FOR 2014: Dogs are only allowed in rentals that have previously been leased by the same renter with the same dog. If there have been complaints about the dog made to the management company, that dog may not return to the unit. Read More
As you may know, there are both cast iron pipes and PVC pipes in our buildings. If you put towelettes down the toilet – they don’t disintegrate very fast and they get hung up on the junction of the two types of pipes causing backups and stoppages. Just a little reminder that NOTHING BUT WHITE TOILET PAPER SHOULD GO DOWN THE TOILETS!! No feminine products, fresh wipes or similar items – no matter what the Read More
Key fobs (the blue “chip” in the photo) and window stickers are now available from the Longboat Harbour office that will allow you to bring you car over to the beach pavilion, its parking lot and the car wash areas across the street. All you need to do is fill out their form and mail (or hand deliver) it to them at least two days before you come to pick up your fob or sticker. Read More