Ron DeSantis’s ongoing feud with Disney is beginning to cost Florida a lot more than just some bad publicity.
The House of Mouse strikes back. Amid an ongoing feud with Disney against claims that the company refuses to bow to DeSantis ‘s dictator-like tactic, the company is fighting back once more to protect itself and the future of the iconic Kingdom. In a memo, the company reportedly announced that a planned housing like complex in Orlando for its employees has been scrapped. The project was set to bring about 2,000 jobs and those jobs would’ve averaged about $120,000 a year for employees.
It is the latest blow for DeSantis as his battle for power largely flounders.
The project in question is the Lake Nona Town Centre. Two years ago, the project and the idea overall with all the praise for Florida ‘s then business friendly like conditions. In a company memo Thursday, Josh D’Amaro head of theme parks confirmed that the project was off amid those ‘changing conditions.’