Why You Might Not Like The Villages, Political Flags, Anonymous Complaints, and more

I think The Villages Newcomers hit a home run with their latest video, covering 10 Reasons You Might Not Want to Move to The Villages:

Here’s what else I’m reading and watching this week:

What once was old is new again, as the newly remodeled Tierra Del Sol Bar & Grill opened this week:

Old favorite returns with fresh new look (The Villages Daily Sun)

I was hoping someone got video of the Tribute to Veterans, and The Villages Florida Part Timers YouTube channel delivered:

Veterans Day Tribute (YouTube)

Did you know that in the run-up to the election last year, Latitude Margaritaville residents voted among themselves to keep political signs and flags out of their neighborhood? Some are hoping The Villages follows suit:

Residents warn political flags are damaging reputation of The Villages (Villages-News)

Another way to keep neighborhoods friendly? Get rid of anonymous complaints:

CDD 5 chairman ‘very happy’ with data on elimination of anonymous complaints (Villages-News)

Things like this are what make The Villages so great:

Resident finds support in The Sisters of The Villages (The Villages Daily Sun)

Volunteers are back at UF Health The Villages Hospital. Let’s hope it stays that way:

Hospital offers more volunteer opportunities (The Villages Daily Sun)

Thanks for reading, and have a Happy Thanksgiving!

1 thought on “Why You Might Not Like The Villages, Political Flags, Anonymous Complaints, and more”

  1. I’m confused by your headline. What’s there not to love about living in the Villages?
    I’m going though some health issues that I have to deal with, but the moment the doctors tell me I can travel, I’m coming down to see the Villages first hand and plan on making the villages my new home!
    I can’t wait to make many new friends and to start my life over again.

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