So your taking a self running origination that provides the services needed to run itself , and giving those responsibilities to a local government. That is too fucking funny, Have you ever tried to get the local governments fix or maintain anything, First what's the problem , then file the needed permits and then have been told not my dept. or you used the wrong form, Then it has to be approved which sends out an army of inspectors and engineers, who fight over how and what's to be done, which is resubmitted to the proper office and then assign the work to be done, then another army of non workers shows up all with a special trade, (truck diver, cone man, flag people, tool man. tool operator, supervisor, coffee getter), so now it's time for a break or lunch, so after lunch, start all over, So 4 pm rolls around and their almost done, so their go into over time . So it's taken weeks and dozens of people to remove a dead tree. And who going to pay for this YOU!Maybe there's a hint here somewhere...
Lawmakers last month did not detail what agencies would pick up the services provided by Reedy Creek or who would be responsible for its debt, which has been estimated to top $1 billion. DeSantis put the debt figure at $766 million. State law requires that when special districts are abolished, their assets and liabilities go to local governments. But DeSantis said local governments will not pick up the Reedy Creek debt or control district property.
“That debt will not end up going to any of these as local governments, it’s not going to go to the state government either,” DeSantis said. “It’s going to absolutely be dealt with (by) the taxpayers who are currently in that district.”
DeSantis contended state control would protect residents in Central Florida. “I’d much rather have the state leading that effort, than potentially having local governments,” DeSantis said. “First of all, it’d be a cash cow for them if they had Disney. But I’m worried that they would use that as a pretext to raise taxes on people, when that’s what they would want to do anyways, and then try to blame Reedy Creek.”