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The Villages
Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Why not charge a fee to remain anonymous when making a complaint?

To the Editor:

Why not charge a fee to remain anonymous when making a complaint? For example a $20 fee keeps your name safe.
I believe this would keep the number on minor complaints to a minimum. By minor, I mean the Karens that drive around looking for every little thing that no one else cares about. If a violation is of a major nature, this might cause a neighbor to actually talk to their neighbor regarding the issue. If their neighbor is not approachable, they can pay a fee to have the issue addressed anonymously.
The collected fees can go towards keeping CDD maintenance costs in check.

Chuck Lauziere
Village of Cason Hammock

 

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