2016-07; Purvis

Great Job, Adam Geaneas Chris Cameron Lanny Woodbury Joe Forcine Sent: Thursday, July 14, 2016 9:53 AM To: FM Subject: 34 Sadowski Fire Adam, I apologize for taking so long to get back with you about how we were taken care of after the fire at 34 Sadowski on Thursday, March 31, 2016. Friday morning we heard from Barbara and were offered to be placed in a home Friday night that the previous tenants had departed early, we accepted the offer and stayed there for the last night of our vacation. Friday morning Barbara also asked for a copy of the receipt from the Holiday Inn that we stayed at to reimburse us for the cost of the room. Upon giving her the receipt she stated that checks for the week had already been issued and a check would be printed and mailed to us the following week. About a week and a half after we returned home I received a check for the reimbursement of the hotel room and an additional $500 for our troubles. Though I felt were due something for our troubles, I had not mentioned or requested any additional refunds and thought that I would pursue it through my credit card company later to avoid further conflict during our trip. We are satisfied with the way everything was handled from Friday morning on and will probably do business with Barbara again next year when we plan our annual trip. In addition to providing you with a recap of how everything was ultimately handled, I also want to thank you and your team for the professionalism and thoughtfulness that was displayed to my family and me. Your team really helped reduce the stress and frustration of a difficult situation and make us feel as comfortable as possible. My 8 …

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April 2015; McKillop

Adam, This past weekend I had the opportunity to visit Marathon for a nice 3 day weekend, the intent of my trip was to visit the Turtle Hospital and the Dolphin Research Center. I booked the Hyatt Place since it was advertised as new, so new the link on Google Maps shows it as an empty lot. We stayed two nights and walked the grounds several times, and dinned in the hotel restaurant. Being a Fire Inspector does have it’s drawbacks for my wife as I am constantly looking at all forms of fire protection and Life Safety features wherever I say or dine. I must say I was very impressed with the design and layout of all Fire Protection features built with this hotel. Especially the design of the waterside pool area and marina. A nice accessible Fire Lane was installed but to the untrained eye it just appears as a nice wide paver walkway. Nice placement of standpipes for the docks and fire hydrants nearby but set back inside the fenced in area for the pool to keep the look and ascetics of the resort. As I walked the fence line looking for a gate to access the hydrants (again Fire Inspector curiosity) I finally realized that the fence was designed with the sections near the fire hydrants to easily lift off giving a much wider assess point that a gate would, very clever. The upgraded fire protection for the onsite gasoline and diesel fuel tanks for the marina was impressive. Manual pull stations at each stairwell on all three floors was a very nice additional safety feature, in my opinion you can never have too many back up ways to alert occupants to an emergency. Most of the time I come away from my hotel stays with a list …

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