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Angie V

Kissimmee, FL

#144 Feb 17, 2014
Just a Heads up for Everyone!!!!!!!!! 02/27/2014 - 6:30pm

This well be your only chance; we must get everyone to come and outnumber the opponents at this meeting to let the Association of Poinciana Homeowners Association know all of us are feed up with the HOA and the Developer they have to go in favor of Poinciana Becoming a City. If you don’t then all will be lost and it may end up being years before this issue will be brought up again.

Who will be there:
Appearing will be State Sen. Darren Soto, D-Kissimmee, state Reps. Mike LaRosa, R-St. Cloud, and Ricardo Rangel, D-Kissimmee, Osceola County Commissioner Brandon Arrington and Osceola School Board Chairman Tim Weisheyer.

My fellow residents, the long awaited meeting to brief the community on the incorporation efforts put forth by Pinchos2014 will take place on Thursday, February 27 at 6:30 p.m. in the Liberty High School auditorium. The evaluation of the Incorporation Feasibility Study and the placement of red light cameras will be discussed.

This will be the only opportunity for us residents to make our voices heard as to whether we support or oppose incorporating Poinciana as its own city. I urge everyone to do their best to attend and invite your neighbors and friends this is a must, please show your support.
Angie V

Kissimmee, FL

#145 Feb 17, 2014
Hacer Poinciana una ciudad Finalmente Llame usted debe mostrar
su apoyo Es nuestra única oportunidad!

Esto bien puede ser su única oportunidad, tenemos que conseguir que todos vengan y superar en número a los oponentes en esta reunión para que la Asociación de Propietarios de Poinciana Asociación sabe que todos estamos alimentan con la Asociación de Propietarios y el desarrollador que tienen que ir a favor de Poinciana Convertirse una ciudad. Si no entonces todo estará perdido y que puede llegar a ser años antes de que este problema se trajo de nuevo.

Apareciendo habrá senador estatal Darren Soto, demócrata de Kissimmee, el representante estatal Mike LaRosa, R-St. Nube, y Ricardo Rangel, demócrata de Kissimmee, Comisionado del Condado de Osceola Brandon Arrington y Presidente de la Junta Escolar de Osceola Tim Weisheyer

Vecinos, la muy esperada reunion para discutir los esfuerzos de incorporacion que adelanta Pinchos2014 se llevara a cabo el jueves, 27 de febrero a las 6:30 p.m. en la Escuela Superior Liberty. La evaluacion del Estudio de Viabilidad y la colocacion de camaras en los semaforos seran discutidos.

Esta será la única oportunidad para nosotros los residentes para hacer oír nuestra voz en cuanto a si apoyamos ni nos oponemos a la incorporación de Poinciana como su propia ciudad. Insto a todos a que hagan todo lo posible para asistir e invitar a sus vecinos y amigos,éste es una necesidad, por favor, mostrar su apoyo.
James

Kissimmee, FL

#146 Feb 17, 2014
Hacer Poinciana una ciudad
Finalmente Llame usted debe mostrar su apoyo
Es nuestra única oportunidad!

Esto bien puede ser su única oportunidad, tenemos que conseguir que todos vengan y superar en número a los oponentes en esta reunión para que la Asociación de Propietarios de Poinciana Asociación sabe que todos estamos alimentan con la Asociación de Propietarios y el desarrollador que tienen que ir a favor de Poinciana Convertirse una ciudad. Si no entonces todo estará perdido y que puede llegar a ser años antes de que este problema se trajo de nuevo.

Apareciendo habrá senador estatal Darren Soto, demócrata de Kissimmee, el representante estatal Mike LaRosa, R-St. Nube, y Ricardo Rangel, demócrata de Kissimmee, Comisionado del Condado de Osceola Brandon Arrington y Presidente de la Junta Escolar de Osceola Tim Weisheyer

Vecinos, la muy esperada reunion para discutir los esfuerzos de incorporacion que adelanta Pinchos2014 se llevara a cabo el jueves, 27 de febrero a las 6:30 p.m. en la Escuela Superior Liberty. La evaluacion del Estudio de Viabilidad y la colocacion de camaras en los semaforos seran discutidos.

Esta será la única oportunidad para nosotros los residentes para hacer oír nuestra voz en cuanto a si apoyamos ni nos oponemos a la incorporación de Poinciana como su propia ciudad. Insto a todos a que hagan todo lo posible para asistir e invitar a sus vecinos y amigos,éste es una necesidad, por favor, mostrar su apoyo.
James

Kissimmee, FL

#147 Feb 17, 2014
Make Poinciana a City
Finally Call, you must show your support It is our only chance!!
February 27, 2014 6:30pm Liberty High School auditorium.
Save your community show your support move Poinciana Forward to a City!!!!!!!

This well be your only chance; we must get everyone to come and outnumber the opponents at this meeting to let the Association of Poinciana Homeowners Association know all of us are feed up with the HOA and the Developer they have to go in favor of Poinciana Becoming a City. If you don’t then all will be lost and it may end up being years before this issue will be brought up again.

Who will be there:
Appearing will be State Sen. Darren Soto, D-Kissimmee, state Reps. Mike LaRosa, R-St. Cloud, and Ricardo Rangel, D-Kissimmee, Osceola County Commissioner Brandon Arrington and Osceola School Board Chairman Tim Weisheyer.

My fellow residents, the long awaited meeting to brief the community on the incorporation efforts put forth by Pinchos2014 will take place on Thursday, February 27 at 6:30 p.m. in the Liberty High School auditorium. The evaluation of the Incorporation Feasibility Study and the placement of red light cameras will be discussed.

This will be the only opportunity for us residents to make our voices heard as to whether we support or oppose incorporating Poinciana as its own city. I urge everyone to do their best to attend and invite your neighbors and friends this is a must, please show your support. I support Poinciana becoming a City!!!!!!
JCRUZ

Kissimmee, FL

#148 Jun 1, 2014
James wrote:
If you are thinking of moving to Poinciana, do yourself a favor don't. They have the worst HOA in Florida that will lie right to your face. The so called board is in Avatar/AV Homes pocket and so is the current management company along with the new co called manger who acts like he is on your side (speaks with a forked tongue) do not believe anything that comes out of this mangers month nor anything that is said at the these so controlled meetings they have. You do not and will not have a voice at any of these so called meetings. For one thing you never and I do mean never see any of the directors (only at the annual meeting) nor do you ever know where these so called directors stand for you the homeowner. This HOA hands out more citation then any HOA I have ever lived in and once one of their many attorneys gets ahold of this you will pay dearly. The developer stated he give the land for the park in village 7 no they did not Polk County paid dearly for that land with exchange for the new toll road that is going in more bull. What is the problem, this community is trying there best to become a City where the HOA states they will never go away, will that is not the whole truth yes they will go away, but it is the people who live there need to stand up against them and say enough is enough and you are not going to take it anymore. I have seen a group that is in fact trying their best to stand up and fight for us homeowners and what these people go through to stand up for you just makes me sick. Don't invite a life like Poinciana I am sorry I ever moved here now, but I am stuck and once I can get out I will. I hate this place really hate it.
I FEEL THE SAME WAY , I HATE IT ... I FEEL LIKE SHIT IN HERE THERES NOTHING OUT HERE FOR ME AM PLANNING TO MOVE BACK TO NEW YORK .. AND IT'S TRUE WHAT YOU SAID ABOUT WALMART NOBODY SPEAKS ENGLISH ... ME NO SPEAKI ENGLISH FUCK OUT OF HERE !! THEY COME FROM PUERTO RICO AND THEY THINK THEY SEEN IT ALL . THEY ALSO COME HERE TO LIVE FROM WELFARE AND FOOD STAMPS..... AIGHTTTTTTTTTTTT DON'T LIKE IT GO BACK !!
George

Kissimmee, FL

#149 Jun 3, 2014
Poinciana fl is full of New Yorken dirt bags and ignorant foreigners. Especialy from the caribean. Place is a dump. So is Kissimmee.
No Speaka Rica

Kissimmee, FL

#150 Jun 5, 2014
Now they're all infesting St.Cloud. SPEAK ENGLISH IGNORUDES!
papo

Kissimmee, FL

#151 Jul 13, 2014
They has been two robbery in Poinciana Villages 7 yesterday what is going on! They need to be in prison The Police need to put the ass to work.
JohnR

Orlando, FL

#152 Jul 21, 2014
Whoa!!! There's another pet peeve of mine. Speaking English. To all the ingrates that move themselves and their families to MY country to take advantage of everything that is handed to you on a silver platter, two words of advice: SPEAK ENGLISH!!! You disrespect my country and disrespect the language of my country by coming over here and expecting everybody to adhere to YOUR language and YOUR customs. How selfish. And further, speak to your children in English. That's what we speak in schools around here if you hadn't noticed, and every hour a teacher has to spend with YOUR kid since he doesn't understand English is an hour less the teacher has to spend with the majority of the class. Please, we open out borders to you, so have a little consideration and respect and speak the language of the country you now call home.
Denise

Kissimmee, FL

#153 Aug 2, 2014
Your comments are the perfect example of ignorance. Not all Puerto Ricans are drug dealers or gang members. I am an American of Puerto Rican decent who has a Masters Degree. My father was in the military. Don't generalize a whole population on just a few that you have come across.
Josh wrote:
I was in ponciana for two years.. absolutely sucks nothing but gangs... drug users and drug sellers and don't even get me started on the Hispanics... call me racist all you want.. the most arrogant ignorant and selfish people you'll ever meet... go back to Puerto Rico you drug using stealing pieces of shit!!!!
Judy

Kissimmee, FL

#154 Aug 2, 2014
These quotes are so funny. For those who think this world is getting any better open your eyes. HATE is every where. Funny how I have been to Walmart and have not had a problem speaking to anyone in English and I am Puerto Rican myself. And by the way I am not on welfare and I do not collect food stamps. I have a post graduate degree but need to face ignorant people like many on this page who only see me as an immigrant. Oh and here is a bit if history for you Puerto Rico is a Commonwealth of the US so Puerto Ricans are not illegal citizens. And no I was not born in Puerto Rico but I am sure proud to have it in my blood. Face reality this world us a melting pot a so get used to it and move on.
JCRUZ wrote:
<quoted text> I FEEL THE SAME WAY , I HATE IT ... I FEEL LIKE SHIT IN HERE THERES NOTHING OUT HERE FOR ME AM PLANNING TO MOVE BACK TO NEW YORK .. AND IT'S TRUE WHAT YOU SAID ABOUT WALMART NOBODY SPEAKS ENGLISH ... ME NO SPEAKI ENGLISH FUCK OUT OF HERE !! THEY COME FROM PUERTO RICO AND THEY THINK THEY SEEN IT ALL . THEY ALSO COME HERE TO LIVE FROM WELFARE AND FOOD STAMPS..... AIGHTTTTTTTTTTTT DON'T LIKE IT GO BACK !!
James Yaldell

Kissimmee, FL

#156 Sep 2, 2014
Angie V wrote:
Just a Heads up for Everyone!!!!!!!!! 02/27/2014 - 6:30pm
This well be your only chance; we must get everyone to come and outnumber the opponents at this meeting to let the Association of Poinciana Homeowners Association know all of us are feed up with the HOA and the Developer they have to go in favor of Poinciana Becoming a City. If you don’t then all will be lost and it may end up being years before this issue will be brought up again.
Who will be there:
Appearing will be State Sen. Darren Soto, D-Kissimmee, state Reps. Mike LaRosa, R-St. Cloud, and Ricardo Rangel, D-Kissimmee, Osceola County Commissioner Brandon Arrington and Osceola School Board Chairman Tim Weisheyer.
My fellow residents, the long awaited meeting to brief the community on the incorporation efforts put forth by Pinchos2014 will take place on Thursday, February 27 at 6:30 p.m. in the Liberty High School auditorium. The evaluation of the Incorporation Feasibility Study and the placement of red light cameras will be discussed.
This will be the only opportunity for us residents to make our voices heard as to whether we support or oppose incorporating Poinciana as its own city. I urge everyone to do their best to attend and invite your neighbors and friends this is a must, please show your support.
Incorporation is not dead yet, the figures are back from the State and they are even better than the original Feasibility Study as per the State which give us the update on the new figures. It will not add to your current property taxes the City of Poinciana will get back about According to the State of Florida if Poinciana were to become a city in 2012 the two counties would receive $171,115,235 in tax revenues and Poinciana would receive $10.4M in first year city revenues 7 million dollars.

According to the State of Florida Poinciana would receive the $10.4M identified above plus an additional $5.5 in grants and revenue for every year after the first year for a total if $16M+ annual revenues that the City of Poinciana could use to provide additional municipal services each year to its 47,000 residents. Now the HOA can even touch that amount of money, plus other benefits that homeowners can apply for because Poinciana would be a City like home improvement grants from the feds there would be many grants available to the homeowners. To keep up with the current truthful News for Poinciana try this web page out many of you should wake up.
www.Pinchos2014.com
James Yaldell

Kissimmee, FL

#157 Sep 2, 2014
JohnR wrote:
Whoa!!! There's another pet peeve of mine. Speaking English. To all the ingrates that move themselves and their families to MY country to take advantage of everything that is handed to you on a silver platter, two words of advice: SPEAK ENGLISH!!! You disrespect my country and disrespect the language of my country by coming over here and expecting everybody to adhere to YOUR language and YOUR customs. How selfish. And further, speak to your children in English. That's what we speak in schools around here if you hadn't noticed, and every hour a teacher has to spend with YOUR kid since he doesn't understand English is an hour less the teacher has to spend with the majority of the class. Please, we open out borders to you, so have a little consideration and respect and speak the language of the country you now call home.
John, I wholly agree my family was brought by the white salve trade we had to speak English our language was forgotten over time. I really at times don't like going to the big Wal-Mart or other stores here and the spinach speak in their native tongue it is an insult to me as well. You came to this country honor our tradition, and speak English after all it is the language of the world now. What sadden me the most, is our American Indian Natives they didn't ask for us to be here the Europeans and /Spain and other countries just took what the American Indian Natives had so in saying that what would they say to us were we any different.
JSR

Kissimmee, FL

#158 Sep 2, 2014
Denise wrote:
Your comments are the perfect example of ignorance. Not all Puerto Ricans are drug dealers or gang members. I am an American of Puerto Rican decent who has a Masters Degree. My father was in the military. Don't generalize a whole population on just a few that you have come across.
<quoted text>
Sorry madam but that is all that is here, yep moving out too. Going up North Florida so I can hear country music and not the crap that just about brakes the windows out of my car. So what happen to noise control it's not in Poinciana. You now I thought I would like it here but that all change just by one trip to Wal-Mart. I also attend on HOA Board Meeting and that was the straw that finally took the cake.
JSR

Kissimmee, FL

#159 Sep 2, 2014
Judy wrote:
These quotes are so funny. For those who think this world is getting any better open your eyes. HATE is every where. Funny how I have been to Walmart and have not had a problem speaking to anyone in English and I am Puerto Rican myself. And by the way I am not on welfare and I do not collect food stamps. I have a post graduate degree but need to face ignorant people like many on this page who only see me as an immigrant. Oh and here is a bit if history for you Puerto Rico is a Commonwealth of the US so Puerto Ricans are not illegal citizens. And no I was not born in Puerto Rico but I am sure proud to have it in my blood. Face reality this world us a melting pot a so get used to it and move on.
<quoted text>
Than good for you than you are maybe 1 out of 400 who made it. correction to one sentence: "Face reality this world (is) a melting pot ((a) should not be there at all)) post graduate degree.
orderlymom77

Kissimmee, FL

#160 Sep 20, 2014
I have lived in four states and within those states many cities/towns. Every area has its own pros and cons. Before moving you need to research the area and figure out your priorities. Neighborhoodscout is a great website to do just that in addition to Greatschools if you have younger children. I have lived by 192 years ago and now live in Poinciana. For our family, living a little closer to the city is better. Not because of anything to do with crime, but because of medical appointments, jobs, entertainment, and such. Where we live now in Poinciana we have to drive 15-20 minutes to get to a substantial store like Walmart. We love the house and neighborhood we live in here except the one corner house which we are all fairly sure deals drugs because they have people coming and going constantly while we wait for our children at the bus stop. We have arthritis and the weather is much better than Ohio or North Carolina where it is much colder. I can't stress enough do your research and figure out your priorities; all places have crime and better areas than others.
kristenk

Sanford, FL

#161 Yesterday
I looked in Poinciana for a new home. Now, I know why the prices are so low. It sucks there. Then, I looked in Kissimmee. That was worse! I did not feel like I was in the United States anymore. I can't believe our US government would allow FL to become polluted with those puerto ricans. They have ruined this state. I couldn't communicate with anyone. And, they are so rude and dirty. I got the hell outta there and moved up to Jacksonville. I'd rather hear a slight southern accent that is English! No smelly puerto ricans up this way. I am so glad with my move. They should all be shipped back to where they came from.
vfab

Winter Garden, FL

#162 23 hrs ago
I wanted to read the comments so that I could read about the improvements in Poinciana, INSTEAD, all that I am reading are a lot of complaints. complaining about our neighbors does not do anyone any good. When we banned together for the Hospital, the Hospital became a reality. We, as residents of Poinciana still need roads to be completed, not just talked about - does anyone out there have any ideas of what we can do as a group to get results?

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