It’s very likely that the bolded statement is actually not true at all. Pesky state constitution getting in the way. Just because a politician running for national office who has an agenda says something doesn’t make it true. If it were that easy they would have done this from day 1. Clearly it is not. What is actually happening is the gov will attempt to do something he knows is not legal and enjoy the free publicity when it goes to court and if he wins in court added bonus.I am not sure everyone is aware of what has been happening. The Governors office has disclosed what they plan to do. They are NOT going to dissolve the District, just change the governing body. As many have pointed out on this forum, dissolving the district opens this up to multiple challenges. By just changing the construction of the board, which is allowed by law, they avoid most of the legal issues. All debts would stay with the district. The board will be 5 member (same as now) appointed by the Governor (change from having current land owners appoint the board). Disney could challenge, but would lose (well 99% chance they would lose). There are whispers that Disney has been negotiating behind closed doors that 5 members would be appointed by gov but that one of the appointed members would be a current resident (i.e. Disney employee). The Gov would claim complete victory, but Disney would not try to challenge and would not disagree with Gov claim of victory.