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Monday, June 14, 2021

Destroying the Hacienda pool and restaurant

To the Editor:

I moved here in 1997 and have always really enjoyed the Hacienda Pool. If they didn’t want to keep it a priority they could at least have kept it as a neighborhood pool without the hot tub. That was the nicest pool in The Villages.
Now there is just the Orange Blossom Pool which is already crowded enough. I’m very disappointed that they have a 27 hole course with no restaurant and Tierra del Sol will not accommodate golfers from both Tierra and Hacienda. I think now that there are no homes in this area to sell it doesn’t matter if we have any pools or golf restaurants in this area. I’m very disappointed with the way things are going in this area of The Villages. It’s not a place I want to recommend anymore.

Marta McKenzie
Village of De La Vista North

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