FLORIDA – Poinciana HOA leaders meet to discuss president’s future, mishandled funds
OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. —
The special meeting was called by a member who said Poinciana Homeowners’ Association president Peter Jolly was overstepping his boundaries by asking too many questions of FirstServices Residential, the company hired to conduct Poinciana’s business.
He sent a letter to the State Attorney’s Office for Osceola and Polk counties, alleging at least $2 million is unaccounted for.
“We have a management company that does not follow the orders of the APV Board of Directors. We have the tail leading the head,” Jolly said.
Residents said they support Jolly’s call for an investigation, but others oppose it. Read more: