Will Poinciana's Legislative Delegations Allow Poinciana Citizens to Vote to Determine Poinciana's Future?
Rep. John Cortes Statement
On Poinciana Incorporation & The Ongoing
Conflict Within The Association of
The Ledger editorial ‘The Battle for Poinciana’ states:
Ledger Editorial Sept 2,2015
The Battle For Poinciana: A community's struggle for truth, money and maybe an identity
The Battle For Poinciana why Poinciana should be allowed to have a vote to become a city.
Highlights of 2015 Poinciana Incorporation Feasibility Study
No Poinciana City Taxes Required
$18,483,127 Additional Annual Revenues For Municipal Services Returned to Poinciana City Government From Taxes Currently being paid to State and Couty Governments
All elected leaders must by Poinciana Citizen Residents
All resident citizens having Poinciana as their legal voting address get to vote regardless of whether they own or rent property. One person one vote as opposed to lage property owners casting multiple votes as is the case in today's HOA.
Professional City Manager reporting to Mayor elected and accountable to all the people voters of Poinciana
New Services proposed including additional Sheriff Deputies, additional Fire/EMS, additional sidewalks, additional street lighting, better public works drainage.
Local city control over Planning and Development, Building and Code Enforcement all reporting to local public officials elected by the voters not appointed by the developer.
All estimates in proposal concurred with by Florida Department of Revenue, Florida Department of Economic Opportunity and Professional Consultant Experienced in Successful Florida Municipal Incorporations
This page last modified on Monday, September 07, 2015
Provides for single Mayor elected citywide by all voters and five City Council Members elected from single districts