The Pelican Landing Community Association board has just informed the community that WCI has unilaterally amended our Declaration by filing a Supplement to include 250 acres North of Coconut Road (mostly Raptor Bay) into Pelican Landing’s Exhibit A. This is concrete evidence that RBC’s warnings about WCI’s annexation intentions have been right all along.
WCI’s effort to amend our Declaration to add these 250 acres goes against clear prohibitions set out in our documents and Florida law that forbid such unilateral actions. Quite simply, it is an attempt to amend the documents (over 7 years after the turnover should have occurred) to allow WCI to annex this property after its right to do so has expired.
It is way past time for our Board and Association attorney to wake up and notice. As one owner just put it: “Rome is burning, stop fiddling”. PLCA should immediately join RBC’s suit as a plaintiff supporting RBC’s legal challenge against WCI. A community united could fight this much more easily.
There is no time to waste. We must all act together or Pelican Landing, as we know it, will be unalterably changed.
Please contact the PLCA board members and urge them to join RBC’s suit as a plaintiff to stop WCI from annexing more property into the PLCA.
If you haven’t voted yet in this important board of directors election, please remember the candidates who support RBC’s lawsuit to stop WCI from annexing additional communities into Pelican Landing:
Community At-Large Seat No. 7 (all residents cast 1 vote for this single seat)
- Marvin Hancock Longlake
Pelican Landing 4 Seats (non-Colony residents cast 4 Votes – 1 for each seats 3-6):
Colony 2 Seats (Colony residents cast 2 Votes – 1 for each seat):