Page 2 - The Shores of Jupiter - August '18
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Page 2, The Shores


         Deadline for the September                       As It Relates
                Issue is August 15

                      Mail or e-mail to:                  To Our Advanced
          Bill Thompson, 18583 Lake Bend Drive
                                                          Technology
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                                                          Submitted by Bill Thompson
        Disclaimer
           Copy appearing herewith may not be the viewpoint of
        The Shores Board of Directors or its newsletter editor. Nor
        should responsibility be assigned for accuracy or validity or
        articles contributed by residents or other articles chosen by the
        publisher or the editor.



                   Jupiter Management
             Jeff Green, Association Manager
                  shores@jupitermgt.com
                 1340 U.S. Hwy 1, Ste. 102
                     Jupiter, FL 33469



             The Shores Of Jupiter Homeowners
                       Association Inc.
               Board Of Directors, Committee
        Board Of Directors:
        David Lindley, President ................................. 743-5522
        Emily O’Mahoney, Vice President .................. 747-9048
        Bill Thompson, Secretary ............................... 762-1832
        Mike Stevens, Treasurer .................................. 575-0393
        Steve Jackson, Director ................................... 743-1608
        Art Cummings, Director ................................. 743-0047
        Andrea Peralta, Director ................................. 748-3463

        Architectural Control And Documents Committee:
        Art Cummings, Chair ...................................... 743-0047
        Emily O’Mahoney, Vice Chair ........................ 747-9048                                                  747-PALM
        Lakes And Parks Committee:
        Dave Lindley, Chair ........................................ 743-5522                                               747-7256
        Landscaping and Irrigation Committee:
        Emily O’Mahoney, Chair ................................ 747-9048
        Crime And Safety Committee:
        Bill Thompson, Chair ...................................... 762-1832
        Welcoming Committee:
        Andrea Peralta ................................................. 748-3463
        Infrastructure
        Steve Jackson, Chair ....................................... 748-1608
        Communications Newsletter Editor:
        Bill Thompson, Chair ...................................... 762-1832
        Jupiter Management:
        Jeff Green
          Association Manager .................................. 743-4607
                                                           561-743-0070                                           “Service is our number
          shores@jupitermgt.com

                                                                                                                          one priority”
       Florida Fish And Wildlife from page 1

      Why Does The FWC Not Relocate Nuisance Alligators
      In Florida?
        Florida has a healthy and stable alligator population. We
      have about 1.3 million alligators in Florida. Alligators live
      in all 67 counties, and they inhabit all wild areas of Florida
      that can support them. The removal of nuisance alligators
      does not have a significant impact on our state’s alligator
      population.
        Relocated alligators often try to return to their capture
      site. They can create problems for people or other alligators
      along the way. If an alligator successfully returns, capturing
      it again would be necessary and likely more difficult the
      second time.
        To avoid creating a problem at the release site, nuisance
      alligators would need to be relocated to remote areas where
      they would not encounter people. These remote areas already
      have healthy alligator populations, and the ones that already
      live there have established social structures. The introduction
      of a new alligator to these areas would likely cause fighting,
      possibly resulting                                  www.palmspoolservices.com
      in the death of a
      resident alligator                                  Weekly Maintenance
      or the introduced                                   All Equipment Repairs
      alligator.
        In 2017, SNAP                                     Complete Renovations
      received 13,210                                     Pool Heater Repairs
      nuisance alligator
      complaints                                          Custom New Construction
      resulting  in
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      8,455  nuisance                                               State Licensed & Insured
      alligators.                                                 CPC # 1457468 • LPG#30099
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