Disney World could face code enforcement fines from its new governing board

Walt Disney World could potentially be fined by its new state-run governing board for code violations.

The Gov. Ron DeSantis-appointed governing board approved a resolution to start setting up the structure for a code enforcement department that could levy fines ranging from $75 to $500 per day for code violations. It takes effect Aug. 1.

The resolution was passed unanimously by the Central Florida Tourism Oversight board that took over in March and has since made numerous changes, including hiring a new district administrator Wednesday.

Under the new code enforcement department, code enforcement officers will issue the citations. If someone wants

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