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Orange County Charter Amendments
Two important Charter Amendments will appear on your November 2020 Orange County Voter's Ballot. The Charter Amendments (if passed) will change our County Charter to require the County to be legally responsible in the protection of our waterways (e.g. Econ River) & to protect Split Oak Forest.
These Amendments will be called Charter 1 & Charter 2 on your ballot. Charter 1 already has developers running to Tallahassee to see if they can prevent the charter from being voted on. And, Charter 2 already has Osceola County filing a lawsuit to stop VOTER's from being able to VOTE on it. Split Oak Forest is slated for being destroyed with a toll road that service Osceola County.
We need to spread the word to VOTE YES before developers smear these two Important Amendments to our County Constitution (charter) that WE get to VOTE ON this November:
1) CHARTER 1: PROHIBITING POLLUTION OF THE WEKIVA RIVER, ECONLOCKHATCHEE RIVER AND ALL OTHER WATERS OF ORANGE COUNTY
2) CHARTER 2: PROTECTING SPLIT OAK FOREST BY RESTRICTING BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS’ AMENDMENT OF RESTRICTIONS AND COVENANTS
Both of these Charter Amendments (1 & 2) will force Orange County to adopt SMART Growth Strategies. Both (if passed) will kick the feet out from under developers/builders. Both will protect the environment and wildlife. Both give Voter's the right to decide what happens in our local area. Both are going to be attacked by the other side. Both need you to VOTE YES in November.
Read more about these charter questions here: https://www.ocfelections.com/sites/default/files/SiteSectionFiles/Links%20A/forms/2020%20CRC%20Final%20Report.pdf
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