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Florida is famous for it’s heat and humidity. Please help us by not running your
air conditioner while your patio doors are open and please do not set your
thermostat below 70 degrees. Please close all doors and windows while
operating the air conditioning. By running your air with the patio doors open or
the thermostat below 70, your air conditioner will freeze up and you ceiling will
start leaking as the coils freeze. This will require maintenance to have to thaw
the unit. This will leave you without air conditioning for 4 to 6 hours.

Absolutely NO PETS are allowed in the units,
nor at the resort. There will be a $200 fine and the
pet must be relocated to suitable boarding.

Please read and adhere to the rules of Lighthouse Cove. Failure to do so will
result in warnings, fines and could lead to eviction. Do not hang clothing,
towels, or anything else over the balcony of your room. Check-out time is
11AM. It is imperative that you vacate your unit by that time for us to get the
units ready for our newly arriving guests. Failure to do so will result in a $100.00
fine being applied to your credit card. Rooms left excessively dirty will have an
additional cleaning charge of $75.00 applied to your credit card. No
Rollerblades or bicycles are allowed in the courtyard. Do not take chairs from
the pool deck to the beach or your balcony.

Please use the tar remover if you picked up any tar while on
the beach. Please remove sand from your feet and towels
before returning to your room. By doing this it helps keep the
area clean and free of sand.

We’re glad you are here and want you to have a happy and safe vacation. Please
keep in mind that although we try to create a paradise type environment, the Ft.
Lauderdale / Broward County area is a booming metropolis of over a million
people, and Pompano Beach now with a population of over 100,000. With
that comes the same problems and concerns as any other big city.
To help you and your family have a safe trip, please follow the
same procedures you would at home. Keep your doors locked,
don’t open the door for anyone you don’t know, do not leave
valuables in your car or unattended at the beach or pool. Also, be
sure your children practice the same safety rules as you have taught
them at home. These are common sense practices that shouldn’t be forgotten
just because you are on vacation. Be aware of your surroundings and report
any suspicious activity to Security at “0” during the day or extension “157” after
9:00PM, or the Broward Sheriff’s Office by dialing 9 + 911.

                                 Thank You For Your Cooperation!
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