The Delray Beach Community Is The Talk Of Social Media, And One Homeowner Is Quite Upset…
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — We don’t know what specifically happened in Villa Borghese — a community in Delray Beach — but we do know that much like Bruno, no one should talk about it. Even so, the community at the intersection of Lake Ida Road and Jog Road is the talk of social media, and one woman is very upset.
The woman, who we are identifying by just her first name, “Sue,” posted this to a social media site popular with senior citizens: “I don’t understand why you want every community in the area to know our business. Discuss this in the community. It is not fodder for others.”
Oh yes it is, Sue. Oh yes it is. And it seems that many, many others don’t understand why someone would go on a social media platform to complain about others writing on a social media platform. At least 40 people as of mid-day Monday took to the same social media platform to share thoughts like these about the crisis in Villa Borghese:
“It is wise to spread information … especially when situations are unfavorable or bad. Otherwise no one knows, and the situations fester further. Remember the slogan IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING. It is the only way to bring problems to the surface so that situations improve. Being complicit to problems, makes that person guilty of the same issue. Bringing issues to as many people as possible can also bring assistance from other people in other communities.”
“I don’t know why you wouldn’t want the knowledge or input from other communities, that could be mind-opening. Knowledge is power.”
“It’s not like our HOA is any different than any other. Incompetence is incompetence and if it exists why not shine a light on it?”
“Think of it like The Walking Dead show. Eventually you need to ban together with like-minded people.”
“Why the secrecy, unless you want to cover something up or pretend it doesn’t exist? The argument of bad issues effecting property values is ridiculous. An issue is an issue and needs to be addressed. Publicity will encourage HoA’s to actually do something constructive and solutions could be helpful to other communities.”
And, “Looking for a surgeon specializing in Inguinal hernia. Prefer a Dr. not associated with Delray Medical.” (We suspect that was a misplaced comment).
HOA news is news because it affects the vast majority of people who live in South Florida. If it happens in one HOA — whatever “it” is — it can happen in another. And to be clear: trying to hide something happening in your community from another is like New York saying, “Hey everybody! Don’t tell Chicago!”
Sue: please share with everyone just what’s happening in Villa Borghese. Now that you’ve posted to social media that no one should talk about it, everyone wants to know. If you’re not Sue, but you are a Villa Borghese insider, share your tips below with BocaNewsNow.com.
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