Pismo, Tellicos and Villages’ health records have been missing for more than a year.
The missing data is not due to an administrative error, but a problem with the data itself.
The data, which is shared by three different companies, is missing information about a few health indicators that are vital for the business model.
The data has been lost since March 2016, when the three companies merged.
The companies say they are working on a solution, but are still trying to recover the missing data.
The company in charge of the data, Cairns Data, has not yet responded to a request for comment.
The Pismo Peninsula Resort, which opened in August 2016, is a private resort that hosts the Pismo Golf and Golf Club courses.
The Villages Golf Resort in the Pisco peninsula has a total of 14 golf courses, two golf resorts, three golf schools and the Piso National Golf Course.
The three resorts and the Villages golf course share the same main entrance, which has a sign on it that reads “Pismo Peninsula”.
The golf course has been open since 2014, and is open to the public during the week, from 10am to 5pm, and from 9am to 4pm on weekends.
The Villages resort has the same sign on the entrance.
The health information that is not shared by the three resorts is vital to the business.
Pismo Beach and Pismo Lakes Golf Course are the only two golf courses that can be used for the entire year.
The Pismo Beach Resort is open from January 1 to December 31, and the golf course is open between December 1 to April 1.
Villages Golf Course, which was launched in April 2018, is open during the summer, and open on weekends, from 11am to 8pm.
It has a closed gate.
The golf course in Villages has the sign that reads: “Pistol Range” and has a gate that says “Piscos Golf Club”.
Pismo Bay Golf Course is open throughout the year, and has the gate that reads, “Pisco Bay Golf Resort”.
The Villains golf course, which closed in March 2017, has a single gate that has a small sign that says, “Villages” on it, and a sign that said “Villains” on the gate.
The golf courses in Pisco, Pisco Lakes and Villains were built using the same land, and are all operated by the same company.
The Golf Course and the Golf Course in Pismo Bay, Piscos, and Villays are operated by different companies.
The properties are in the same geographical area and have the same number of golf courses.
They are all managed by the two different companies in charge.
In July 2018, a group of environmental groups launched a campaign to force the three golf companies to return the missing health data.
They claimed that the golf courses are not safe.
A spokesperson for the three Golf Companies said the Golf Company had been working with the Department of Health since March 2020 on the missing information and that the Golf Club had not been given the missing details for two years.
The spokesperson said the information that was missing was needed for the company to be able to continue to operate.
A spokesman for the golf companies said they had not yet been informed of the issue, and would continue to work with the department to find the missing records.