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Poinciana Lawsuits head to court to decide fate of Poinciana Community

APV Tries to Have it Both Ways When it Comes to Election Disputes

APV and Avatar continue to work together to keep Poinciana homeowners from taking control of their Poinciana Homeowners Association. After 44 years of control APV still allows Avatar to cast illegal votes in  Poinciana elections, according to the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) who Florida law gives the right of mandatory binding arbitration in HOA election disputes. When homeowners challenged this in 10th District Circuit Court APV claimed that election disputes could only be handled by DBPR. When a homeowner challenged the Feb 2017 HOA election and DBPR ordered a new election requiring APV to disallow the Avatar votes that APV had allowed in the past Avatar and APV went to 10th District Court to get a ruling to overturn the DBPR order.

So now the 10th District Court must decide on Monday November 20,2017 whether Poinciana HOA election disputes are under the jurisdiction of DBPR as the law states or if APV and Avatar have a contract that give Avatar voting rights above the law?

APV and Avatar File new court actions trying to delay homeowner complaint from going to trial? What are they afraid of? Why does the APV Board of Directors allow them to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars from the community homeowners defending Avatar refusal to turn over control of community to the homeowners?

PRFSC Meeting Wed November 15,2017 answered all questions for both counties regarding new recycling controversy

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Kids  and Adult Volunteers needed to participate in December 2,2017 Poinciana Adopt-A-Road Cleanup


New Cypress Parkway signal timings put in place but traffic congestion at Doverplum intersection seems to have gotten worse. County traffic engineering is being asked to provide answers and recommended solutions.

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APV Board Member files Florida Bar Complaint against APV lawyer for taking unauthorized legal action costing Poinciana homeowners money. Florida law says that HOA lawsuits cannot be filed without proper notification to membership and documented minutes of meeting approving legal action. Bar complaint says this was not done.

Poinciana HOA Management Company says they have spent $860,000 in legal fees during the past three years in lawsuits defending against Poinciana homeowner litigation to take back control of association from Avatar


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