Orange commissioners side with Westgate Resorts, deny widow’s appeal

Orange County commissioners Tuesday evening sided with Westgate Resorts in the company’s fight with a widow who refuses to sell a vacation condominium standing in the way of a $24 million time share project.  Commissioners turned down an appeal by the widow, Julieta Corredor, 82, who wanted them to toss out a revised development plan that allows Westgate to build an eight-story, 80-unit tower behind her condo.      Read the article…………


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