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The 42-year-old development - which straddles the Polk-Osceola county line - has long-term problems including clogged roads and lake of sidewalks.
'A city would probably better deal with these infrastructure issues', Sen Darren Soto
Sen Soto, Rep Larosa and Rep Rangel Meeting with community to tell them that they will not move Poinciana Incorporation Bill forward in 2014 Legislative session.
photo courtesy of Osceola News Gazette
Poinciana, facing all its problems, would not be allowed to be developed under today's development laws.
Why do Poinciana residents need to deal with two counties who don't work together? We have a sidewalk being built on the Polk side of Counry Club that will end at the Osceola County Line.
Osceola Commissioner Brandon Arrington
Poinciana resident Frank Sowers
This website is dedicated to the Poinciana Incorporation effort asking our State Legislators to allow the 47,000 persons living in the Poinciana Villages the right to vote to determine Poinciana's future.
Rep Larosa and Sen Soto were optimistic the Osceola and Polk County Delegations could put the issue on the ballot within the next two years if the details of the remaining questions were addressed and the study was accepted.
Osceola News Gazette
PINCHOS plans to address each and every question remaining and to file an updated Poinciana Feasibility study in time for review by the state agencies prior to the 2014 Polk and Osceola Legislative Delegation meetings asking t for a Poinciana Incorporation Bill to be submitted to the 2015 Florida Legislative session.