DeSantis Signs Bill to Dismantle Disney’s Reedy Creek Improvement District

    This afternoon Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has signed a bill that could effectively dismantle Disney’s Reedy Creek Improvement District. Experts have weighed in on what, exactly, could result from a bill that many have considered to be retaliatory from the Republican-controlled Florida government after Disney spoke out against the “Don’t Say Gay” law.

    We’ll have to wait and see what the actual impact of the bill will be, but if the Reedy Creek Improvement District is dismantled, there is little doubt that taxes will increase for residents of Orange County and Osceola County, at a minimum.

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    1. There was no need for this to happen.

      This was a huge mistake by Disney, which possessed the best of all worlds with their own kingdom here in Florida. Rather than stay out of a totally unnecessary political fight, the management jumped in and Disney came out the loser.

      This is extemely sad, because it was so unnecessary.

    2. 50 Years — gone like that.

      And this was supposed to be a celebration of Disney World’s 50th Year!!!!!

      Now, a funeral of the past that is lost forever.

    3. A huge mistake by Disney? You mean when they failed to immediately take a stand against a measure that angered their large number of LGBTQ employees? The only mistakes here were Chapek’s fumbling of this issue and, of course, the actions by the idiots running the state down there. Republicans are supposed to be for self-governance and against higher taxes – not since 2016.

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