In state-ordered election, Poinciana homeowners can’t topple developer (FL)

Despite a state-ordered redo of the vote, Poinciana homeowners again failed to wrest control of one of the state’s largest homeowners associations from the sprawling community’s developers.  As officials worked to count the votes late into the night Tuesday, state Rep. John Cortes, D-Kissimmee, said he tried to watch as a neutral party. However, the lawmaker was barred from the room because he wasn’t a homeowner.    Read the article…………….


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