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  1. This image and the your previous post represent less than a 10th of the land mass of Lake Nona. Everything on Narcoossee is part of Lake Nona
  2. Lake Nona is more than the town center. Most if it is just standard subdivisions. The town center is urban.
  3. Lake Eola was rough back in the 80's before the community came together and cleaned it up. Same with Thornton Park and Eola Heights. Frankly, it is surprising 530, Reeves Terrace and Park Lake Towers were built back then. If it makes you feel better, this is the biggest residential boom in DTO's history.
  4. I don't know if it would have made a difference. Lewis is very private and is never here in the city. Also, he bought Lake Nona and Isleworth which is why he kept investing in those areas. Vinik is a different generation and was determined to make a splash in Tampa.
  5. It seems like this internet discussion board has a very diverse set of members representing all sort of views which is probably representative of this City. We may vote blue, but it does not tell you much.
  6. I get your point but it is not that surprising. As open as we are, it is nice to have someone local to point out who the players are. The good, the bad, and the ugly.
  7. Yes, but my point is we can concentrate on very dense projects within that boundary and let the remainder stay 1-3 stories. It is just stupid ploy. The worse is he knows better.
  8. No, I bought a few years later after the market crashed in wade view.
  9. Elected officials are public employees and generally have immunity from lawsuits. What you described are clear attempts to overturn constitutionally approved amendments. If they actually think they could be sued for knowingly violating our rights, they will think twice. QE is not just about cops, it is about anyone that hold a public position.
  10. Redevelopment? When you build a new house or renovate, you have an option to pay into the sidewalk fund or build one on your property (assuming you don't have one). There are a lot of random sidewalks in Delaney and Wadeview.
  11. Why not focus on raising the state level instead of the fed?
  12. It depends where you are in the neighborhood. Generally east of Parramore is more dense, west less so. If you keep the density between Parramore and Rosalind, it will take 100 years at this rate to build that area out. If you are waiting for the feds to deal with crime, https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwiZutmby97xAhXPKs0KHW13DbcQFjAAegQIAhAD&url=https%3A%2F%2Fen.wikipedia.org%2Fwiki%2FWaiting_for_Godot&usg=AOvVaw2vcGytS-ULb1zU5Ma9-HIy I almost did the same thing in 2007. Gl
  13. Another reason to address qualified immunity and blanket immunity for public employees.
  14. Its a shame she did not campaign like Joe Biden. Fact of the matter is, she got crushed in the primary. Some people have it, most don't and she does not have it. Everyone knows that about the Mayor Elect. It was part of his platform. He saw a lane in the primary and hit it hard talking about crime. And he won. He knows that most people in working class neighborhoods are not anti police. They want better policing. I have never watched newsmax and haven't watch Fox in 15 years.
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