Below you will find information on some of the happenings at the Bayshore/Gateway Triangle Community Redevelopment area. For additional information on any of the What’s New Items, please contact our office at 239-643-1115, via e-mail or stop by and visit us at 3570 Bayshore Drive, Unit 102.
JOIN US ON APRIL 7, 2015 AT 6:00 FOR GUEST SPEAKER, REAL ESTATE PLANNER AND DEVELOPER, CHARLIE THOMAS
Mr. Charlie Thomas a real estate planner and developer and will be speaking about his experiences in the City of Naples CRA going back to the early 1990’s when architect and town planner Andres Duany first envisioned development on 5th Avenue South. Charlie will share his knowledge regarding the process and discuss some of the impediments encountered during the process.
WHERE: CRA OFFICE LOCATED 3750 BAYSHORE DRIVE, UNIT 102
WHEN: APRIL 7, 2015 AT 6:00
Notice of two Public Hearings on the RaceTrac Petroleum Proposal located on US41 near Fredericks Street.
There will be an arranged community meeting to introduce the plan on Monday, December 1st 2014 from 5:30pm to 7pm at the Collier County Growth Management Offices Room 609/610, 2800 North Horseshoe Drive Naples, FL 34104. This request includes: 24/7 station with a 6,000 sq. ft. convenience store.
The BCC hearing to approve or deny the distance waiver will be on Tuesday, December 9th, 2014 at 1:30pm at Board of County Commission Chambers, Collier County Government Center, 3299 Tamiami Trail East, 3rd Floor Naples, FL 34112.
Notice of the Public Hearing on the proposal to establish a 42 slip dock on Haldeman Creek
On Tuesday, December 9th,(time to be determined) the Board of County Commissioners will hear an appeal of the previous Planning Commission’s decision to deny the request (Petition BDE-L20120001765) for a 32-foot boat dock extension (variance) over the maximum 20-foot limit allowed by Section 5.03.06 of the Land Development Code for a total protrusion of 52 feet to accommodate a 42 slip multi-family docking facility for the benefit of a 19.06 ± acre project to be known as Haldeman’s Landing.