93.2 F
The Villages
Saturday, June 15, 2024

Growth is out of control thanks to The Villages

To the Editor:

My husband and I purchased land in Oxford in 1997. The Villages only consisted of Spanish Springs and the original Orange Blossom Gardens. Our friends thought we were crazy for buying property when the closest grocery store was either in Wildwood of Belleview. Experiencing the growth of The Villages was both exciting and sad at the same time because of all the beautiful open farm land that was being used for homes. Seems like The Villages have no end to their building of homes, squares, businesses, etc. It’s out of control! The roads are not equipped with all the new tenants and industries that are already here. When is enough enough?

Maria DiDomizio
Oxford

 

Checking bias in the news media

A Freedom Pointe resident offers his thoughts on bias in the news. Read his Letter to the Editor.

We need someone younger to represent us in Congress

A Village of Orange Blossom Gardens resident is disgusted with Congressman Webster celebrating the endorsement of former President Trump. She says we need someone younger to represent us in Congress.

Here’s how voters can get around the Developer’s dirty trick

A Village of Dunedin resident offers guidance on how Sumter County voters can get around the Developer’s dirty trick.

Developer’s offspring should change last name to Putin

A Village of St. Charles resident, in a Letter to the Editor, suggests the Developer’s offspring change their last name to “Putin.”

Grateful to write-in candidates

The Sumter County Republican Party chairman writes that she is “grateful” to write-in candidates in the Sumter Commission race.