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Old 03-29-2011, 04:58 PM
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Originally Posted by elevatorman View Post
The article said that Sumter County would not let carts cross 466A or 44. In other words the city of Wildwood would have to tunnel to gain access. I think the problem for the city is TV ownes the land on one side of the tunnel, and they will not allow access. If access is given then the city residents could drive their carts on the rec. trails we pay a ammenity fee for each month.
I think elevatorman hit the nail on the head. Others have stated that TV residents will eventually have golf cart access - just no golf cart access for the folks living in Wildwood. Seems similar to the scenario with providing golf cart access to cross Rolling Acres to get to the Best Buy, etc. shopping center to the south, which is not a TV-owned property - it's probably never going to happen (connecting TV properties to non-TV properties for golf cart access). Maybe there are some, though, that I'm not aware of. I think the cart access to WalMart on 441/27 might be one situation - but I think that cart path is a somewhat clandestine deal.

Bill
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