Disney may still fight Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. Disney's special taxing district's new board, appointed by the Republican governor, said Wednesday it is mulling legal action over a multi-decade pact made with the former board days before the state's hostile takeover last month. Disney would retain control over much of its vast footprint in Central Florida for 30 years under the agreement, quietly approved on February 8 as Florida lawmakers met in special session to hand DeSantis control of the Reedy Creek Improvement District. In some cases, the board must get approval from the company before taking significant action. Support independent news and opinion. Visit, bookmark and share http://wayneDupree.com!