Stonefield Village Resort, located in Stonefield Lake, Florida, will close for the second time in the past few months.
The resort is located in the resort community of Stonefield Lakes.
The resort’s Facebook page posted that Stonefield is currently under “climate change” as a result of the extreme weather in the region, as well as the changing climate of the planet.
“This year we will be closing for the first time in history,” the resort’s website stated.
“Climate change is not a threat, nor will it be tolerated.”
The Stonefield Resort is owned by Stonefield Investments, a company that is based in Dubai.
The company is also owned by a Florida man who has been charged with allegedly threatening to kill people if they spoke out about the effects of climate change.
Stonefield Resort posted the following message on its Facebook page last week: “The Stonefields is closing for two weeks due to extreme weather.
We have been inundated with emails, phone calls and tweets from all around the world and our staff has been overwhelmed by the overwhelming response.
As of today, we have reached capacity.
We are taking measures to reduce our staffing so that we can reopen as soon as possible.”
Stonefield is located on the Florida Panhandle.
In May, the resort was flooded by Hurricane Irma and closed for the rest of the year.
The following month, the Stonefield resort closed for a second time due to climate change, after being shut down for one week in July.
The Stonefords decision to close for two months came after the resort received a $200,000 settlement from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) after an incident where an employee allegedly threatened to shoot people at the resort if they dared to speak out about climate change or the extreme storm system that had hit the area.
In November, Stonefield was forced to close after the federal government issued a $100 million disaster declaration, the first in a series of federal disaster declarations to help people affected by Hurricane Maria.