Articles & Commentary

Thank You, Stanley Koolik

March 10, 2016

Stanley Koolik, our building President, stepped down from that position on Wednesday, March 9 at our regular board meeting, in anticipation of moving to Boynton Beach at the end of the month. Let’s make it clear – this is not an obituary for Mr. Koolik. It’s just to remind us how fortunate we are...
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Prive Litigation Update

October 26, 2015
I Never Understood The Title Of These Books. Being Informed Means You Are NOT A Dummy.

Status of Williams Island & Island Estates adv. Cohen and Prive Case   For those of you who would like to know the most recent status of the Prive construction on the second Island, I thought I would try to give you a layperson’s explanation of where we are after sitting through the hearing...
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Dog Crap

December 15, 2014

Yes, I said dog crap. There are 240 or so dog owners on Williams Island, and some of them are letting their dogs crap all over the place without picking it up. Do I have your attention now?  This isn’t just about canine mud dragons decorating our beautiful Island, it’s about attitude. So please,...
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22 Minutes: Your Life May Be At Risk

November 25, 2013

Imagine it is a Thursday evening on Williams Island, about 5:30pm in the evening. You fall, hitting your head and splitting it open with blood pouring out. Then waiting 22 minutes for an ambulance to arrive. This really happened on Williams Island. On Thursday evening, November 21st, a valet fell, striking his head and...
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We Have Nothing To Fear But Fear Itself

December 27, 2012

In the early 1930′s Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected as the 32nd President of the United States. It was the Great Depression, and this is from his first inaugural speech, otherwise known as the “Nothing to Fear Speech.” President Roosevelt basically told America not to be paralyzed into inaction by fear of action, by...
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