November 15-21, 2020

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I continue to track all the latest news and updates as it relates to coronavirus in The Villages, including whether or not The Villages Hospital will be among the first to get the coronavirus vaccine. (Spoiler Alert: No.)

You can read this week’s coronavirus updates here.


Honey, grab the popcorn!

This week, Some Kind of Heaven, the forthcoming movie about The Villages, got a release date and an official trailer:

The film will be available in selected theaters and On Demand beginning Jan. 15, 2021.

It will be interesting to see whether this movie makes it into any of The Villages movie theaters. Thoughts?

I can’t wait to see it!


The Latin term caveat emptor translates to “buyer beware”.

While laws exist that discourage a seller from concealing known facts or conditions that might effect the value of a property you are buying, I’m not sure a turnpike qualifies, as that seems like a pretty hard thing to conceal.

A few unhappy home buyers in the Village of Monarch Grove took their complaints about noise from the Florida Turnpike to the developer.

I don’t think they liked the response.

Developer offers no sympathy for unhappy homebuyers in Village of Monarch Grove (Villages-News)


The developer did put out a nice Thanksgiving message though this week, and gave us a look at what’s coming soon to the Village of Hawkins:


That’s all for this week!

Hope you have a great Thanksgiving, and I’ll see you back here next week!

– Ryan

6 thoughts on “November 15-21, 2020”

  1. Ryan, I have been reading your newsletter for 5 years and I always appreciate the content and balance of the information you impart. Thanks for providing a great resource.

  2. Ryan:

    I also read your newsletter every week! You present nice content and great links for all of us to review.

    Thanks,

    Greg Weisheipl

  3. Ryan,
    A movie? Wow they do think its Disney down there in The Villages. Is Pixar doing it? Lol. Seriously if more then half of the residents found their utopia, it was worth the dream the founder envisioned.

    Take Care of You!

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