The safety and well-being of our residents and employees is our highest priority. We have a comprehensive emergency preparedness plan in place, and are equipped with water, food, permanent or temporary generators, and supplies. Appropriate actions are being taken and will continue to be taken in order to keep everyone safe as we watch the storm closely. Our leadership is in close communication with our management company’s executive leadership team. Directions provided by local and state authorities are being monitored and will be followed as instructed.
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Latest updates in response to Hurricane Irma will be posted on this page. If you have any specific questions, please call our community at 352-683-9009.
Wednesday, September 13th @ 9:45am EDT.
The Residence at Timber Pines has been fully operational now for more than 24 hours. This will be our last update. We would like to extend a thank you to all family members, friends and others for visiting this page for updates, as well as your patience. Please contact us directly with any further questions.
Tuesday, September 12th @ 1:42pm EDT.
From our Executive Director, Avi Elias: Yesterday, we walked the building to assess damage. We weathered the storm with very minimal effects. Primarily, we had leaf and branch debris, and two small trees fell. None of these contacted the building or caused any damage. Our landscape crew is on-site today and will continue to be over the next few days cleaning up around the property. We remain fully operational and resuming our normal day-to-day activities!
Monday, September 11th @ 4:35pm EDT.
From our Executive Director, Avi Elias: The Residence at Timber Pines is fully operational. Pleased to report that we did not lose power last night during the storm. We have some tree debris that we are working to clean up, and only two small trees came down. No property damage to report.
Monday, September 11th @ 8:39am EDT.
Monday, September 11th @ 4:17am EDT.
The storm appears to have passed. We only see minor debris around building and trees. Pleased to say no new leaks found and no apparent damage or loss of power.
Monday, September 11th @ 2:23am EDT.
Winds subsiding, still raining. Just some minor leaks which are being cleaned up as they are identified. Still have power.
Sunday, September 10th @ 11:30pm EDT.
Note from Executive Director, Avi Elias: “We continue to have power. Wind gusts are increasing but tree branches are still intact around our community. I just met with our Plant Operations Director and Director of Nursing to review steps if/when power goes out. Residents on oxygen and CPAP will not lose power coverage. Our staff is showing such leadership and calm! I could not be more proud of our teams.”
Sunday, September 10th @ 8:40pm EDT.
All is good at our community. Wind gusts and rains are increasing.
Sunday, September 10th @ 6:15pm EDT.
Note from our Executive Director, Avi Elias: We have an incredible team of staff who are on the clock and staying on-site to prepare for the evening and night. We are currently experiencing light to moderate wind and rain. Dinner was well received, and residents remain happy. Should the power go out, our generator is ready to provide back-up power.
Sunday, September 10th @ 2:05pm EDT.
Sunday, September 10th @ 11:20am EDT.
Saturday, September 9th @ 10:00pm EDT.
Saturday, September 9th @ 3:05pm EDT.
Friday, September 8th @ 10:25pm EDT.
This evening, Kim Te Brugge, Vice President of Operations for the senior living and health care division for The Goodman Group, participated in a phone call with Florida Governor, Rick Scott. During the call, Gov. Scott provided the following priorities for all senior living communities in Florida.
Gov. Scott will be hosting another call tomorrow night with updates, Kim, will be joining the call. The latest updates from the call with Gov. Scott will be posted on this page.
Friday, September 8th @ 2:25pm EDT.