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Thursday, November 17, 2022

You have to work to be able to enjoy your retirement

To the Editor:

To Maritza Lewis:
A retirement community, by definition, is for older people. The Villages will grow because people are always getting older. Yes, we have saved and worked all our lives to be able to afford living the lifestyle. You, too, can live in The Villages when you retire – you just have to work for it – like we did.

Kari Adams
Village of DeSoto

 

Long lines show that overcrowding is a problem

A Village of Fenney resident says that long lines show that overcrowding is a problem in The Villages. Read her Letter to the Editor.

Stop complaining about ‘overcrowding’ in The Villages

A Village of Santiago resident who has been in The Villages for more than 23 years has something to say to all of those complaining about “overcrowding” in Florida’s Friendliest Hometown. Read his Letter to the Editor.

The losing and grift continues

A Village of Pine Ridge resident, in a Letter to the Editor, can’t help but mock former President Trump after the GOP lost ground in the U.S. Senate in the mid-term elections.

The Morse family should keep it up!

In a Letter to the Editor, a Village of Buttonwood resident praises the evolution of The Villages and encourages the Morse family to “keep it up.”

Amenity fees putting a pinch on many Villagers

In a Letter to the Editor, a Village of Rio Grande resident says she loves living in The Villages. However, she no longer uses many of the amenities and would love to see some relief in her amenity fees.