Hammock Decides Against Incorporation

The Dunes Community Development District decides against pursuing incorporation (becoming a city).

Palm Coast, FL – January 22, 2010 – A fact finding committee has been studying the pros and cons of Dunes Community Development District incorporation (becoming a city). A recent communication to DCDD residents discloses that the committee’s recommendation to the DCDD Board is to not proceed with incorporation. That communication appears below:

To: Residents of the Dunes Community Development District;
The Fact Finding Committee (FFC) has made the recommendation that the DCDD Board not seek incorporation at this time. The FFC found that incorporation of the DCDD land area was in fact feasible, and the survey showed significant interest by the residents. However, legal issues regarding transition of the DCDD’s assets to the town could not be solved in the short term.
With this recommendation, the work of the FFC has been completed. I would like to thank the members of the FFC, DCDD Board and those residents who provided thoughtful opinions and information to the committee.
Thank You
Fred Gronbacher
Chairman Incorporation Fact Finding Committee
1 reply
  1. George Meegan
    George Meegan says:

    Assets not in order?

    The legal problems with assets opens a can of worms, without detailing it. The Bridge will be turned over to the state/county soon, as traffic volumes don’t justify the extention of the tolls. The information should be public, including the books. Did this stop the incorporation procedure? Is there an accounting problem?

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