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The Villages
Thursday, February 22, 2024

Appreciate the perspective of letter writers from outside The Villages

To the Editor:

I wish to congratulate Pamela Denham on her letter of Feb. 4 and Deborah St. John’s letter of Feb. 3 and others preceding in the same vein. My history of The Villages saga is 16 years years long and larger perspectives are appreciated.
For years we have seen thoughtful fact-filled letters immediately attacked with snide remarks like “you should leave if you don’t like it here’ etc. It would be nice to respect others’ observations, research, and specialized knowledge in order to learn something new. In addition, be grateful they have taken the time to share this with us, and respect their right to freedom of speech.
Something to complain about? How about this: The number of illegal immigrants, most of military age, crossing into Texas alone in December equaled the population of Orlando.

Paul Endersbee
Village of Largo

 

Please give us back our poker games

An Orange Blossom Gardens resident is hoping that the appropriate officials will reinstate the poker games that have brought residents so much joy.

We shouldn’t all be punished for the actions of one person

A Village of Belvedere resident believes that too many Texas Hold’em players are being punished for the actions of one person. She is pleading with the Recreation Department to let the games continue.

It’s not just the executive courses

In a Letter to the Editor, a Villager describes his embarrassment after taking a guest to play at Evans Prairie Championship Golf Course.

U.S. Sen. Rick Scott’s hypocrisy

A Village of St. Charles resident warns of the hypocrisy of U.S. Sen. Rick Scott. Read her Letter to the Editor.

Handicapped residents of The Villages need games like poker

In a Letter to the Editor, a Hammock at Fenney resident contends that handicapped residents who can’t golf or play pickleball, need activities like poker.