I’ve mentioned the issue of cracked lanai ceilings numerous times in my monthly newsletter over the last year or so.
The POA has been investigating the issue and recently published the results of their investigation.
Skip Smith has an informative and humorous look at those results:
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In other news…
If you plan to visit The Villages anytime soon, bring your Claritin.
Tampa and Orlando were ranked first and second highest in the nation, recently for pollen levels by Pollen.com, and The Villages also has the highest possible pollen level rating. [The Villages Daily Sun]
I’m a little afraid to see what all the new development will mean for traffic in The Villages in the coming years, but at least steps are being taken to improve the roadways. “From fixing potholes to adding extra lanes, major roadways in and around The Villages will receive various improvements over the next few years.” [The Villages Daily Sun]
I’m still getting emails from readers concerned about those who were affected by the Calumet Grove sinkholes a few weeks back. According to Villages-News, unfortunately some of them are still not allowed in their homes. [Villages-News]
In the latest issue of Inside the Bubble Monthly I told readers that The Villages CDD’s would be holding a series of Storm Water Management Workshops to help residents understand how the various ponds throughout the community protected homes from the flooding caused by Hurricane Irma. I’m told that a video of the presentation will be posted soon on the District’s website and if it is shareable, I’ll post it as a Saturday This Week Inside the Bubble feature. But for now, Villages-News has a great article on what was discussed at the first of the two planned workshops. [Villages-News]