BRADENTON -- At Tuesday's BOCC Land Use meeting, Commissioners approved Mosaic's application for a substantial Deviation to their Wingate Creek Mine Development Order, along witha resolution amending Mosaic's Master Mining Plan, with a 5-2 vote on each. The board also voted unanimously to settle a personal injury case involving a resident who was injured when they tripped in front of the old courthouse.
Building and Development Services
Attachment: Ordinance - Wingate Substantial Deviation - Ord. 13-01 - 2-19-13 BOCC.pdf -- Approved, 5-2, DiSabatino and Gallen dissent (FULL STORY)
Attachment: FINAL MMP Staff Report.pdf
Attachment: MMP_R-13-001_BCCrevised for 2-19-13bc.pdf
Attachment: Facts of the Case.pdf
Attachment: Photo of sidewalk.pdf
Attachment: Plaintiff's Proposal for Settlement.pdf -- Approved, Unanimous
3. Full Agenda
Attachment: 130219 BC_docs.pdf
COMMISSIONER COMMENTS --
-- Commissioner Baugh commented that she had been having lunch with Carlos Beruff, of Medallion Homes, when someone approached her and Carlos, who then took a picture with their cell phone. She stated that the person who took the picture was believed to be sitting with ex-commissioner Joe McClash.
Baugh said she believed they were trying to intimidate her vote, and that she just wanted to let everyone know she won't be intimidated. She said it was terrible that someone would do that, adding, "I vote the way I want, and nobody is going to change that."
Commissioner Benac, who replaced Commissioner McClash behind a Beruff-funded attack ad then replied, "I wouldn't touch that with a ten-foot pole."
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