Governor Ron Desantis Hosting Special Session to Discuss the Future of Disney World’s Reedy Creek Improvement District
Next Week Florida’s Governor Ron Desantis is Hosting a Special Session to Discuss the Future of Disney World’s Reedy Creek Improvement District. After announcing his proposed budget Wednesday, the governor claimed big change is coming for Walt Disney World.
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“Disney will not have self-governing status anymore. We’re gonna make sure that there are no special legal privileges and they’re abiding by the same laws. That will be in the bill and we’re gonna make sure that they are paying their fair share of taxes and the debt,” Gov. Ron DeSantis said.
Reedy Creek Improvement District (the “District”) is a progressive form of government, created in 1967 by a special Act of the Florida Legislature, the purpose of which is to support and administer certain aspects of the economic development and tourism within District boundaries. With an administration office located on Hotel Plaza Boulevard in Lake Buena Vista, the District encompasses approximately 25,000 acres in both Orange and Osceola counties, servicing 19 landowners, including Walt Disney Co. and its wholly-owned affiliates. RCID operates in accordance with its Charter and Chapter 189, Florida Statutes, and The Uniform Special Districts Accountability Act. Additional information is contained in the legislation.
Click here to view the District Charter.
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