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The Villages
Wednesday, November 29, 2023

Did Sumter County team up with Daily Sun to make legal ad unreadable?

To the Editor:

As I read The Villages Daily Sun Friday morning (section D Page 14 ) and again on Sunday (Section C Pages 9, 10, 11, 12) that the proposed zoning changes in the county were printed so small that I could not read them even with a powerful magnifying glass. Shame on the Sumter County and the Daily Sun for even printing this attempt to follow the law (The Public must be notified all zoning changes by law) but still make it so we could not read it. Sumter is trying to put one over on the public with the help of The Villages Daily Sun. We need a reprint in type that can be read. You can view the legal at this link: Sumter County Legal in The Villages Daily Sun

Hobert Higgins
Village of Ashland


Should motor-driven bicycles be allowed on golf cart paths?

A Villager wonders if motor-driven bicycles should be allowed on the multi-modal paths in The Villages. Read his Letter to the Editor.

A golf cart cut me off and I went over the handlebars

A Village of Fenney resident, in a Letter to the Editor, describes being cut off by a golf cart while riding his bicycle on the multi-modal path.

The multi-modal paths are open to everybody

A Village of Gilchrist woman, in a Letter to the Editor, says the multi-modal paths are to be shared by everyone and are not exclusively for golf carts.

I enjoy riding my bicycle on multi-modal paths in The Villages

A Village of Dunedin resident, who frequently rides a bicycle on the multi-modal paths in The Villages, responds to a Letter to the Editor from a resident of the Village of DeSoto.

Pedestrians are not always treated with respect on multi-modal paths

In a Letter to the Editor, a Village of Osceola Hills at Soaring Eagle resident says that pedestrians are not always treated with respect on the multi-modal paths.