The County Commission will be taking a break following Tuesday's meeting, but before that happens there will be another discussion about Terra Ceia.
|See the full agenda for Tuesday's County Commission meeting at the county's Web site.|
Specifically, the Estates on Tillet Bayou, and even more specifically, the road that was planned to cut through the controversial new development that's planned there, to the dismay of the people who live in what they consider to be one of the last pieces of "old Florida" in the region.
The new stipulation would eliminate access to Bayshore Road from the development.
The commissioners voted 4-3 on May 19 to have another hearing after Commissioner Joe McClash mentioned the road during commissioners' comments, noting that the vote for the site plan had happened at the end of a long and contentious meeting on the night of May 12 and they had just forgotten that the road was no longer gated.
A worry on May 19 was that other issues about the development could be brought up at Tuesday's meeting when Estates on Tillet Bayou comes up. Commissioners have vowed to hold firm that the road and its access is all that will be discussed Tuesday.
Other items on Tuesday's agenda include:
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