What do these 12, seemingly random, upcoming dates have in common?
Last year, the former Reedy Creek Improvement District became the Central Florida Tourism Oversight District after Governor Ron Desantis’ state takeover. The District is governed by a five-member Board of Supervisors, who are all appointed by the Governor. Since taking over the District, the Board of Supervisors has made a number of decisions with major impacts on Disney’s operations.
After the dissolution of the Reedy Creek Improvement District in 2023, Disney has been engaged in multiple battles with the new Central Florida Tourism Oversight District.
Since taking over, the Board of Supervisors has made some controversial decisions like eliminating Disney World Annual Pass benefits for employees of the District, floating potential changes to infrastructure in the area, and more, sparking numerous legal battles between the District and Disney.
The Board of Supervisors meets roughly once a month to make decisions on aspects of administration that range from infrastructure financing to growth management. And the decisions made at these meetings can have major impacts on Disney World’s operations within the District.
In addition to a previously held meeting on January 24th, the Board of Supervisors has 12 more meetings scheduled for 2024:
- February 28
- March 27
- April 24
- May 22
- June 26
- July 24
- August 28
- September 11
- September 25
- October 23
- November 20
- December 18
Between the way previous meetings have played out and the wide-ranging administrative decisions determined by the board, these dates could end up having a critical impact on Disney World’s operations.
We’ll keep a close eye out for any news to come out of the Board of Supervisor meetings, so stay tuned to DFB for more updates on potential impacts on Disney World.
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