Irma has passed and your Inn has fared well.
Our Inn keepers had her well prepared in the event Irma came ashore with any attitude.
In fact, the humidify has been replace with a pleasant cooling breeze of autumn mornings and warm lazy sunny afternoons.
You may have noticed some nice changes as the
upgrade has begun.
New flags and fixtures, landscaping and fence repair, flower box w/seasonal blooms and both interior and exterior LED lighting.
There is a special air about the Inn, maybe the smell of waffles or pancakes greet you in the morning or the aroma of smoked meats prepared in the new pellet oven.
Fresh coffees, popcorn and special treats are served during the day and always the smiling and accommodating faces of a staff anxious to make your stay special.
When you come to relax and good memories result our mission is complete.
September board meeting concluded and lots to share:
Full quorum w/special guest Rod Hyson Sr. providing updates on developer plans.
As you know the goal for our property is to become 100 % HOA owned.
Currently we are 70/30 HOA / Developer.
So let’s get out there and encourage family and friends to come visit and take a look.
David and Cheri Miller are providing great leadership, staff operating very efficient and happy.
The old girl has some issues which need and will be addressed over the next 12 months.
These issues are apparent and are broken down into two categories:
Mid-minor which are budgeted and should be completed by EOY.
These include standard issues related to in/outside areas.
Overhead and exhaust fans, calking, light plumbing. Locks, doorknobs and other annoying issues which are represented by a long list.
These project will be the sole focus of our new handy man, “Chuck” .