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Monday, June 14, 2021

Balanced scorecard keeps Villagers abreast of work of the District

Your Villages District government hums along quietly and efficiently and doesn’t attract much attention from residents.

But if Villagers want to stay abreast of the many accomplishments of the District, it’s easy to do, thanks to the Balanced Scorecard.

The Balanced Scorecard offers a breakdown of facts and figures, provides numerous accomplishments, cost-saving measures, enhancements and various projects that have been implemented over the last year. These implementations resulted in a total annualized savings of more than $2 million dollars. In addition, there have been several organizational changes to provide more efficient operations. Cost-saving measures such as BS&A software, a utility purchase, contract negotiations, bond savings, fleet, fleet maintenance and fuel savings to name a few.

Check out the Balanced Scorecard at this link: Scorecard 2020 10.7.2020

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A Village of Santiago resident, in a Letter to the Editor, complains that The Villages Daily Sun has made the puzzles too small for readers to be able to enjoy them.

Common sense should prevail in cross dispute

A Village of Summerhill resident is hoping that common sense will prevail in the ongoing controversy over little white crosses in The Villages. Read her Letter to the Editor.

Street Legal golf carts

A Village of Mallory Square resident, in a Letter to the Editor, attempts to educate a previous letter writer about Street Legal golf carts in The Villages.

Safe from impact fee increases

A Village of Osceola Hills resident, in a Letter to the Editor, offers praise for Gov. DeSantis and other lawmakers who fought to stop “excessive impact fee increases.”

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