Lawmakers consider HOA reform bill for Osceola County (FL)

Osceola County legislators are considering a bill that would reform the way homeowners associations elect leaders. But the bill may not be able to help the largest community in the area – Poinciana.  State Rep. John Cortes, D-Kissimmee, and his staff said they are working on an Osceola County HOA bill. The new bill would impact Osceola County HOAs only by creating the following election guidelines:    Read the article……….


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