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Old 02-27-2020, 05:54 AM
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Originally Posted by Mjsmithx View Post
I recently had a very unpleasant conversation with a person that used to live in the villages and decided to move outside. However, this person continues to eat at the local country club restaurant and continues to play golf on the championship courses. Her reason for leaving was the amount of the amenity fees and the bond. Should we restrict access to the country clubs and the golf courses to the residents who pay for the upkeep of all of these facilities? I continue to be amazed by the people who want to be negative about the Villages but still chose to take part in what is offered. And before the negative comments roll in, I have been coming to the Villages since 1998 and have owned here for 8 years. Oh, and her reason for still coming here; she doesn't have those amenities where she chose to buy, even though she champions the lack of amenity fees she pays.
Restricting the Country Clubs and golf courses to residents only is not a good business decision and may result on higher fees for us residents. Also, for the most part, non-resident folks and visitors are friendly, positive and 99% of those non-residents I met wish or plan to move in The Villages. Please do not let a handful of unhappy people and few negative remarks change the way things are...
Thank you. -myk
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