Hurricane Readiness


Mid-Season Hurricane Check up with Specialists

BHA is pleased to present this special program prepared by Siegfried Rivera Hyman Lerner De La Torre Mars Sobel Law firm on hurricane readiness and response on Monday, August 17, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Hotel Urbano. They have put together a panel of experts who will present timely information and answer specific questions from property managers, board members and owners about protecting life and property. See details and list of panelists below. Please RSVP to Stepanie Bonilla v…

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Hurricane Preparedness: Quiet Time = Good Time to Plan

Annually, November 30th is Miami’s benchmark date signaling the official end of hurricane season. Until that time, vigilance is a necessity, and that includes staying well-stocked with essential hurricane supplies in the event of a late-in-season storm.

While preparations are important throughout South Florida, Brickell Avenue high-rise residents and those who live near the edge of Biscayne Bay are especially vulnerable to the force of high winds and high tides, so there…

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Is Your Roof Ready for the Season?

In this column for BHA News, Gregg Wallick, President & CEO of Best Roofing, explains how having a plan for roof maintenance can help you weather the worst of the storm and hurricanes of South Florida.

The inevitable storms and hurricanes that batter us fairly regularly in South Florida will soon be upon us. While every element of storm preparation is important, the roof system is probably the most critical and most often overlooked. Consider that your roof system must…

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Summer 2007 – Hurricane Season is in full swing…be prepared!

From Commissioner Sarnoff

City of Miami, District 2, June 2007

It’s Hurricane Season and it’s the responsibility of each of us to ensure that our businesses, homes and families are prepared for the possibility of a storm. All the things you know about — food-water-batteries-flashlights-medicine — should already be in ample supply at your home to allow you to be self-sustainable for at least three days.

But, if you have family members with special needs, or if you p…

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