Florida lawmakers will consider getting rid of special districts enacted before 1968, which includes Walt Disney World’s Reedy Creek district, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Tuesday in The Villages.
But what does that mean, why is it being considered now and what impacts would this have on Disney, Reedy Creek, Orange and Osceola county governments and nearby residents?
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For background, the Reedy Creek Improvement District — created by state lawmakers in 1967 — allows
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