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Do you have roofing needs? Dero Roofing is a member of CAMMI and ready to help.

DERO Roofing is a State Certified Licensed Roofing Contractor and Resident of Marco Island. They specialize in both Commercial and Residential Roofing. One of their specialties is their TEMPESTA Flat Roofing product. They claim it is a Smarter Flat Roofing product because it is 100% Seamless, costs less than traditional products, has much less disruption during the installation and has a 20 Year No Leak Warranty.

Opportunities for Associate Members

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed almost every aspect of our lives. As you are aware Managers and the Associations, they represent have instituted measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Social business calls to building managers are no longer permissible. CAMMI is happy to announce bi-weekly email blasts to Manager’s highlighting Associate members. Associates will be responsible for providing a one-page information sheet with links and graphics. These will be distributed on a first come first serve basis. The CAMMI Board is hoping to schedule an outdoor event this fall.

News & New Board Members

Members,

We are pleased to announce our new Board Member, Tom Wagor with First Florida Integrity Bank. A copy of Tom’s bio is attached. We are pleased to welcome Kristina Pruyn and John Cook back to the CAMMI Board of Directors and appreciate their continued support.

City of Marco Press Release

06-30-20 035 Due to the closure of many public beaches throughout South Florida, the City of Marco Island, in coordination with Collier County and the City of Naples, will close the pedestrian beach access points between 11:00am – 5:00pm Friday July 3rd, Saturday July 4th, and Sunday July 5th. Collier County beaches on Marco Island will also be closed between 11:00am – 5:00pm over the holiday weekend.

Sea Turtle Activity, June 16 - June 22, 2020

Sea Turtle Activity, June 16 - June 22, 2020

Turtle Season began May 1st. Please be sure that your balcony lights are off prior to 9:00p.m. and all interior lights are off or shaded. Please help keep our beaches dark!

Loss of Long Term CAMMI Member

John Edward Prout was born on May 28, 1943 and passed away on April 20, 2020.

Sysco Pantry


Members,
Please see the link below to Sysco Pantry. Please feel free to share with the residents in your building. Sysco isthe one of the main food distributors to many of our restaurants in Marco. Sysco is also offering cleaning supplies and paper goods. At this time, the only pick-up location is in Bonita Springs. If there is enough interest generated, they will open a Marco Island location.  
https://www.syscospantrywcf.com/

Turtle Presentation Cancelled


Managers,
The April 30th Sea Turtle meeting has officially been cancelled. The city will consider having a meeting/presentation after the sea turtle nesting season ends.
Please see your e-mail for links to review and share with your residents regarding sea turtle nesting.

Face Masks

Managers, Please post the attached around your properties to get the word out. The City of Marco is now requiring face masks in public.

Saturday, April 18, 9-12:30 at Veteran’s Community Park drive thru and receive a few complimentary masks per person.

Sea Turtle Nesting Season

May 1 - October 31 is sea turtle nesting season.

As a reminder, it is very important to keep Marco Island Beach DARK at night for the turtles and hatchlings.
So please remember, after 9 p.m.
• Exterior balcony lights are to be turned off
• Curtains and blinds should be drawn
• All beach chairs and tents should be removed from the beach and holes covered
— Sea turtles on Marco Island needed a little help after they became disoriented.

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Current BOD

  • Al Diaz, President
  • Derek Bebee, Vice President
  • Kristina Pruyn, Treasurer
  • Molly Hennings, Secretary
  • John Cook, Director
  • Ali Pool, Director
  • Jon White, Director

Message from President

The last year and a half have been one of the most challenging times not only for our members but also for our country and the world in general. Gratefully, most of our members are considered essential and have managed to not only survive but to thrive where others have struggled. I attribute this to the caliber of professionals and businesses that make up CAMMI!

It’s also the reason I consider myself privileged to be associated with CAMMI and the reason I am honored to serve as your President for the 2021-2022 term. Since I last served as President over 20 years ago back in 1999-2000, I have seen CAMMI grow by leaps and bounds. This is all due to the commitment and hard work of the previous Board of Directors and the incredible support that we have received from our Associate Members.

Looking forward I want to assure you that your current Board of Directors will be working hard to continue to provide enjoyable and rewarding Networking and Continuing Education opportunities for all our members.

Please reach out to me or any of our Board Members if we can be of service to you. We always welcome your comments, input and suggestions.

Al Diaz, President

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