Associated Property Management (APM) Helps Community Associations to Prepare for Hurricane Season

Associated Property Management (APM) creates an Emergency Preparedness Section to their website. June 1st is the start of hurricane season and APM wants to remind community associations to get ready now, rather than later, when it may be too late.
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May 17, 2010 - PRLog -- Associated Property Management (APM) has created an Emergency Preparedness Section to their website.  With June 1, 2010 being the start of hurricane season APM wants to remind community associations to get ready now, rather than later, when it may be too late.  Weather experts predict that this season will contain more and stronger storms then what is considered normal

Florida has a long history of hurricanes, tornadoes and flooding.  Though scientists have made great strides in forecasting these events they still fail to predict, when, where and the overall intensity of these natural disasters.  Prior to 2004 and 2005 the majority of residents in Florida had not experienced a hurricane.  That two year period of time of abnormal storm activity treated most of Florida’s population to strong destructive winds, large amounts of rain and flooding and yes, tornadoes!  Tornadoes are considered Nature’s most destructive storms. Florida is in the Top 5 States with highest Tornado activity, with an average of 51 Tornadoes per year.

It is Associated Property Management’s hope that all association board and committee members and other interested parties will take the time to review this section, especially as we draw closer to the hurricane season.  There are three separate sections, hurricane, tornadoes and flooding.  The website contains information for preparing for, during the storm and post storm survival.

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As one of the oldest management companies in Palm Beach County, APM has been specializing in community association management since 1988. APM represents more than 130 associations from Jupiter to Boca Raton and as far west as Wellington and Royal Palm Beach, Florida. APM’s clients receive personal service from a specially trained and experienced staff that helps Board of Directors to reduce association expenses, increase property values and improve communications within their client communities. For more information, please visit Their weekly online newsletter is
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