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Marco Island Property Management Companies and Condominium Boards of Directors

TO: Marco Island Property Management Companies and Condominium Boards of Directors
FROM: Mike McNees, City Manager
DATE: April 13, 2020
SUBJECT: Recommendations regarding guests and visitors

During the April 6, 2020 City Council meeting, it was recommended by the City Council that I send each of you a copy of the attached “RMPII Condominium Restrictions on Guests & Visitors.” As you will see, the Board of Directors for this particular condominium has put in place specific restrictions regarding family members, guests, and other visitors.
The City does not have the authority to limit personal guests in private homes, however, we wanted to share this memo as an example of what some condominiums have done to limit the spread of COVID-19 in their buildings. You may wish to tailor your own policies based on your individual situation. We also want to remind our residents and condo owners that the Governor’s Executive Order 20-87, regarding the closure of vacation rentals is still in effect (extended by Executive Order 20-103). This order pertains to the rental of any house, condominium, cooperative, or dwelling unit that is rented for periods less than 30 days.
Additionally, the Governor’s Executive Order 20-91 regarding the “Safer at Home” directive is in effect until April 30, 2020 and includes reference to essential businesses and services, including services within the home. This list is available at
Please consider this memo and the attachment a recommendation only. It is our intent to be proactive regarding actions we can all take to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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  • Tom Wagor, Director

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Since 1995 the Community Association Managers of Marco Island has proudly served its community and members. Though many changes over the years have influenced the way in which our business is conducted. Members taking the opportunity to help and learn from one another has not. Both Managers and Associates work diligently to service our community associations. Factors such as time constraints, workforce availability and severe weather challenge us all. Overcoming these obstacles with education, technological advances, quality mentoring and networking are shining keys to our success. Everyone’s input and participation is an essential part of this organization. I am honored to serve as President of this fine group filled with so many professional and talented members. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or suggestions that you may have.

President, Shari Fairchild

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