One evening in July of 2010, an Internet user who goes by "GinnyFavers" posted a question to the city-data.com forum: "I heard from someone that the Buena Ventura Lakes (BVL) subdivision was a majority to all Hispanic area. Just curious if that's really true? No negative implication intended! -Amanda."1 Twenty-two minutes later "Metrowester" responded. "Yes, BVL is a primarily Hispanic area. Landstar homes was heavily marketed in Puerto Rico several years ago."2 "Metrowester" continued, and spoke favorably about the Publix Sabor supermarket in the area with a deli that serves Cuban coffee, pastries, and roasted pork. He identified himself as "a gringo with a Puerto Rican girlfriend" before ending the message.
Delerme, Simone P.
"The Fractured American Dream: From Country Club Living to "Suburban Slum" in Latino Orlando,"
Florida Historical Quarterly: Vol. 95:
3, Article 6.
Available at: https://stars.library.ucf.edu/fhq/vol95/iss3/6