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Summary
PL20170001345
Marco Shores (PUDA)
Pre-Application Meeting (Status: Complete - Add Application Type)
Planned Unit Development Amendment (Status: Under Review - Closed for Uploads)
Under Review - Closed for Uploads
04/10/2017
NM MARCO SHORES LLC
Proposed PUD Amendment to permit Group Housing for Seniors on the Residential Parcel Two north of Mainsail Drive
Application Types (Click to See Reviews)
Pre-Application Meeting
Complete - Add Application Type
Planned Unit Development Amendment
Planning Commission & Board of Commissioners
Under Review - Closed for Uploads
2 Re-Submittal      Status: Accepted
Review Application Type Outcome Est. Completion Completed
Addressing - GIS Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 09/15/2017 09/18/2017
Annis Moxam (239-252-5519)   Send Email
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
09/18/2017

If the PUD Master Plan/Exhibit E is being revised please add street name Collier Blvd.
Comprehensive Planning Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Pending 09/15/2017
Sue Faulkner (239-252-5715)   Send Email
Emergency Management Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Rejected 09/15/2017 09/18/2017
Eric Johnson (239-252-2931)   Send Email
Miscellaneous Corrections
Outstanding
08/17/2017

Emergency Management would like to know if possible the estimated finish floor elevation and the number of independent senior living units. Storm surge threat in this area appears to be significant and evacuation is likely. Emergency Management anticipates that some hurricane evacuation mitigation contribution is likely needed. ***Emergency Management staff review is not complete due to Hurrican Irma. Staff reveiw is forthcoming ***
Fire Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 09/15/2017 08/18/2017
Thomas Mastroberto (239-252-7348)   Send Email
Public Utilities - PUED Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Rejected 09/15/2017 08/18/2017
Eric Fey (239-252-2434)   Send Email
2.10 Utility Provisions
Outstanding
08/17/2017

Statement of Utility Provisions form depicting water/sewer demand & peak calculations, broken down by customer type (res/multi-family/commercial) & Basis of Design. 8/3/2017: The PUD is served by a city utility system (Marco Island Utilities). Please check the appropriate boxes on the Statement of Utility Provisions form. 8/18/2017: While the site is not served directly by Collier County Public Utilities, we do supply water to the Marco Shores PUD (aka Hammock Bay Service Area), and a Statement of Utility Provisions is required regardless of which utility provides service. Please address my original comment.
2.10 Utility Provisions
Outstanding
08/17/2017

Statement of Utility Provisions form depicting water/sewer demand & peak calculations, broken down by customer type (res/multi-family/commercial) & Basis of Design. 8/3/2017: Please complete the Statement of Utility Provisions for the entire PUD and not just Tract B. 8/18/2017: It seems you are adding the senior housing use without a corresponding reduction in residential units. If that is the case, you can disregard this comment. If you do reduce residential units, then please proceed as originally requested.
2.10 Utility Provisions
Outstanding
08/17/2017

Statement of Utility Provisions form depicting water/sewer demand & peak calculations, broken down by customer type (res/multi-family/commercial) & Basis of Design. 8/3/2017: Use 250 GPD (ERC value) per residential dwelling unit along with the unit flows from Table I of FAC 64E-6.008 to calculate the average daily wastewater flow. Multiply the average daily wastewater flow by 1.4 (350/250, ratio of ERC values) to estimate the average daily water demand. Use a peaking factor of 1.35 to estimate peak daily demand/flow values. Revise the Statement of Utility Provisions accordingly. 8/18/2017: Again, Collier County Public Utilities is the water supplier. So, please estimate peak and average daily water demand as previously directed.
2.10 Utility Provisions
Outstanding
08/17/2017

Statement of Utility Provisions form depicting water/sewer demand & peak calculations, broken down by customer type (res/multi-family/commercial) & Basis of Design. 8/3/2017: A statement of available capacity from Marco Island Utilities is required, however the Hammock Bay service area has frequently exceeded its contracted capacity per the Potable Water Bulk Services Agreement Between the Collier County Water-Sewer District and the City of Marco Island. This agreement may need to be amended. 8/18/2017: Please provide the previously requested statement of available capacity. Collier County Public Utilities will approach the City of Marco Island about purchasing additional capacity per the current Potable Water Bulk Services Agreement.
Zoning Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Rejected 09/15/2017 09/18/2017
Eric Johnson (239-252-2931)   Send Email
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
09/01/2017

Provide responses to the criteria listed in LDC Section 10.02.13.B.5.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
09/01/2017

Please provide a state of compliance with all elements of the GMP (Admin Code #14).
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
09/01/2017

In your narrative, please elaborate how the project will relate to the adjacent lands in the PUD and outside the PUD (Admin Code #17).
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
09/01/2017

The LDC defines Group Housing as Housing structures designed to meet the special needs (such as housing, health, and socialization) of certain segments of the population, such as youth, the elderly, or the developmentally disabled. Group housing refers to the following types of structures: family care facilities, group care facilities (category I and category II), care units, and nursing homes. With respect to the group housing for seniors, will this include residents who have substance abuse issues or developmentally disabled?
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
09/01/2017

Provide justification for the requested deviation and include the deviation langauge in the appropriate exhibit of the PUD Document.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
09/19/2017

In the narrative, please indicate the proposed timing for, location of, and sequence of phasing, or incremental development within Residential Parcel Two A. Also, please include the distance of the nearest fire station and hospital. (Admin Code #21 and #28).
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
09/05/2017

Please provide a short letter requesting a waiver from providing Historical/Archeological survey. (Admin Code #31).
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
09/01/2017

Since both SF and MF dwelling units are proposed, please submit a School Impact Analysis (SIA) unless no additional units are being proposed with this request.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
09/18/2017

The narrative gives the impression that this request is for only senior housing on Residential Parcel Two A tract. Please update it so that it also mentions about the residential uses for which it is already vested. Also, staff has concerns about increasing intensity (because group housing is associated with intensity, not density). Please provide an adequate conversion factor.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
09/18/2017

Given the close proximity to the airport, Justin Lobb, Manager of the Airport Authority requests that you agree to granting the Airport Authority with an “avigation easement” over the property, similar to what was done for the Fiddler’s Creek PUD (attached), the purpose of which would be to protect the airspace from tall structures while also requiring disclosures/notices for the existence of the airport and associated noise impacts resulting from aircraft overflights.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
09/18/2017

Since this petition represents the tallest buildings in the PUD, please provide zoned and actual heights for this tract in the PUD Document.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
09/18/2017

Please see attached addendum.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
09/19/2017

With respect to affected adjacent HOAs, is there a Marco Shores Master Association?
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
09/18/2017

Please see the attached letter from Alison Wescott (Conservancy of Southwest Florida).
Miscellaneous Corrections
Outstanding
09/18/2017

Given the close proximity to the airport, Justin Lobb, Manager of the Airport Authority requests that in lieu of an easement, the developer would agree to provide residents with disclosures of the airport’s proximity and potential for aircraft noise.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Outstanding
09/18/2017

Staff is concerned about double-counting the subject parcel for both residential and ALF uses. Please provide the standard conversion factor (if every acre converted from residential use to the ALF use). The TIS provided only addresses this parcel. What about the entire PUD? The below are examples of language used in other PUDs: Walnut Lakes PUD - The maximum number of residential units allowed within the PUD shall be 612. This includes Single Family and Multi-Family. An assisted living facility (ALF) may be developed in lieu of residential dwellings. For every acre of residential uses converted to an ALF use, three dwelling units shall be subtracted from the maximum of 612 dwelling units. Sonoma Oaks PUD - Single Family and/or multi-family dwelling units (maximum of 114). Independent living facility (ILF) units for individuals over the age of 55, assisted living facility (ALF), and skilled nursing facility units or a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) consisting of ILF, ALF, and skilled nursing facility nursing units may be constructed. The maximum size of the ILF, ALF, CCRC skilled nursing and similiar facilities shall not exceed a floor area ratio (FAR) of 0.6. For conversion purposes, four ILF, ALF, or skilled nursing units shall be equal to one residential dwelling unit for a maximum of 456 ILF, ALF, skilled nursing, or CCRC.
County Attorney Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Rejected 09/15/2017 09/15/2017
Scott Stone (239-252-5740)   Send Email
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
09/15/2017

Please provide responses to the PUD criteria under LDC 10.02.13 B, and the rezone findings under LDC 10.02.08 F.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
09/15/2017

On Page 7 of your application, you put 'N.A.' in the section asking if a public hearing has been held on this property within the last year. However, there was a PDA Amendment for Marco Shores Golf Course Community PUD which was approved by the BCC at a public hearing on November 15, 2016 (i.e--less than one year ago). Please revise this section of your application accordingly.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
09/15/2017

You are proposing to create a new section in the PUD specifically for Residential Parcel Two A. However, the current Master Plan labels this parcel as "Residential Parcel Two." As such, your proposed changes to the PUD text appear to require a revision to the Master Plan in order to change the label on this tract from "Residential Parcel Two" to "Residential Parcel Two A". Moreover, if you're going to need to change the Master Plan, you might want to consider using a different parcel name to avoid confusion--such as Residential Parcel G (just a suggestion).
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
09/15/2017

Section 4.03 lists all of the uses permitted under the "Multi Family" section of the PUD. Then there are separate subsections for regulations of each specific tract/parcels. However, none of the regulation sections contain a list of uses, because all of the uses are located in Section 4.03. Therefore, it appears inconsistent with the current format of the PUD document to add a list of uses under your new proposed section for Residential Parcel Two A (4.07), rather than adding those uses to Section 4.03. I will defer to staff as to whether this formatting inconsistency is acceptable under the circumstances. It appears that your proposed "Uses Permitted" section under 4.07.01 is a verbatim copy of the list of uses under Section 4.03, with the exception of the group housing use. I have a suggestion (but again, will defer to staff)--Why not simply add the group housing use to Section 4.03 B as follows (or similar language): (5) "Group housing for seniors including assisted living, continuing care retirement communities, skillked nursing, memory care and independent living facilities at a FAR of up to 0.6. This use shall only be permitted on Residential Parcel Two A."
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
09/15/2017

Section 4.02 of the PUD lists a maximum number of 1580 dwelling units. Please confirm with staff that the proposed change will not affect this section.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Outstanding
08/17/2017

See markups on your proposed PUD text changes, to be provided in separate e-mail from staff. UPDATE 9/15/17--See new markups on your proposed PUD text changes, to be provided in separate e-mail from staff.
Landscape Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 09/15/2017 09/18/2017
Mark Templeton (239-252-2475)   Send Email
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
09/18/2017

What type of buffer is proposed between the subject tract and the abutting utility site?

1 Initial Submittal      Status: Returned for Correction
Review Application Type Outcome Est. Completion Completed
Addressing - GIS Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Rejected 08/03/2017 08/02/2017
Annis Moxam (239-252-5519)   Send Email
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

If the PUD Master Plan/Exhibit E is being revised please add street name Collier Blvd.
Comprehensive Planning Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 08/03/2017 08/01/2017
Sue Faulkner (239-252-5715)   Send Email
Emergency Management Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Rejected 08/03/2017 08/03/2017
Eric Johnson (239-252-2931)   Send Email
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

Emergency Management would like to know if possible the estimated finish floor elevation and the number of independent senior living units. Storm surge threat in this area appears to be significant and evacuation is likely. Emergency Management anticipates that some hurricane evacuation mitigation contribution is likely needed.
Engineering Stormwater Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 08/03/2017 07/26/2017
Richard Orth (239-252-5092)   Send Email
Environmental Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 08/03/2017 08/02/2017
Craig Brown (239-252-2548)   Send Email
Fire Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 08/03/2017 07/07/2017
Thomas Mastroberto (239-252-7348)   Send Email
Graphics - GIS Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 08/03/2017 07/18/2017
Beth Yang (239-252-6208)   Send Email
Historical Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 08/03/2017 08/02/2017
Eric Johnson (239-252-2931)   Send Email
Public Utilities - PUED Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Rejected 08/03/2017 08/03/2017
Eric Fey (239-252-2434)   Send Email
2.10 Utility Provisions
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

Statement of Utility Provisions form depicting water/sewer demand & peak calculations, broken down by customer type (res/multi-family/commercial) & Basis of Design. 8/3/2017: The PUD is served by a city utility system (Marco Island Utilities). Please check the appropriate boxes on the Statement of Utility Provisions form.
2.10 Utility Provisions
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

Statement of Utility Provisions form depicting water/sewer demand & peak calculations, broken down by customer type (res/multi-family/commercial) & Basis of Design. 8/3/2017: Please complete the Statement of Utility Provisions for the entire PUD and not just Tract B.
2.10 Utility Provisions
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

Statement of Utility Provisions form depicting water/sewer demand & peak calculations, broken down by customer type (res/multi-family/commercial) & Basis of Design. 8/3/2017: Use 250 GPD (ERC value) per residential dwelling unit along with the unit flows from Table I of FAC 64E-6.008 to calculate the average daily wastewater flow. Multiply the average daily wastewater flow by 1.4 (350/250, ratio of ERC values) to estimate the average daily water demand. Use a peaking factor of 1.35 to estimate peak daily demand/flow values. Revise the Statement of Utility Provisions accordingly.
2.10 Utility Provisions
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

Statement of Utility Provisions form depicting water/sewer demand & peak calculations, broken down by customer type (res/multi-family/commercial) & Basis of Design. 8/3/2017: A statement of available capacity from Marco Island Utilities is required, however the Hammock Bay service area has frequently exceeded its contracted capacity per the Potable Water Bulk Services Agreement Between the Collier County Water-Sewer District and the City of Marco Island. This agreement may need to be amended.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Withdrawn
08/04/2017

Miscellaneous Corrections 8/3/2017: Reason (1) in the Statement of Compliance indicates the project is vested for 1980 residential units, yet subsections 2.05 and 4.02 of the PUD document both indicate a maximum number of 1580 dwelling units. Please explain or correct the discrepancy.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Withdrawn
08/04/2017

Miscellaneous Corrections 8/3/2017: Although the potable water distribution system is owned and maintained by Marco Island Utilities, the Collier County Water-Sewer District supplies water to the project via a 12" water main along the east side of Collier Blvd (SR-951) and a master meter located near the project entrance, on the south side of Mainsail Dr, in accordance with a bulk services agreement with the City of Marco Island. Revise subsection 3.01 of the PUD document accordingly.
School District Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 08/03/2017 08/04/2017
Eric Johnson (239-252-2931)   Send Email
Transportation Pathways Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 08/03/2017 08/02/2017
Michael Sawyer (239-252-2926)   Send Email
Transportation Planning Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 08/03/2017 08/02/2017
Michael Sawyer (239-252-2926)   Send Email
Zoning Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Rejected 08/03/2017 07/18/2017
Eric Johnson (239-252-2931)   Send Email
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

Provide responses to the criteria listed in LDC Section 10.02.13.B.5.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

Please provide a state of compliance with all elements of the GMP (Admin Code #14).
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

In your narrative, please elaborate how the project will relate to the adjacent lands in the PUD and outside the PUD (Admin Code #17).
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

The LDC defines Group Housing as Housing structures designed to meet the special needs (such as housing, health, and socialization) of certain segments of the population, such as youth, the elderly, or the developmentally disabled. Group housing refers to the following types of structures: family care facilities, group care facilities (category I and category II), care units, and nursing homes. With respect to the group housing for seniors, will this include residents who have substance abuse issues or developmentally disabled?
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

Provide justification for the requested deviation and include the deviation langauge in the appropriate exhibit of the PUD Document.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

In the narrative, please indicate the proposed timing for, location of, and sequence of phasing, or incremental development within Residential Parcel Two A. Also, please include the distance of the nearest fire station and hospital. (Admin Code #21 and #28).
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

Please provide a short letter requesting a waiver from providing Historical/Archeological survey. (Admin Code #31).
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

Since both SF and MF dwelling units are proposed, please submit a School Impact Analysis (SIA) unless no additional units are being proposed with this request.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

The narrative gives the impression that this request is for only senior housing on Residential Parcel Two A tract. Please update it so that it also mentions about the residential uses for which it is already vested. Also, staff has concerns about increasing intensity (because group housing is associated with intensity, not density). Please provide an adequate conversion factor.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

Given the close proximity to the airport, Justin Lobb, Manager of the Airport Authority requests that you agree to granting the Airport Authority with an “avigation easement” over the property, similar to what was done for the Fiddler’s Creek PUD (attached), the purpose of which would be to protect the airspace from tall structures while also requiring disclosures/notices for the existence of the airport and associated noise impacts resulting from aircraft overflights.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

Since this petition represents the tallest buildings in the PUD, please provide zoned and actual heights for this tract in the PUD Document.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

Please see attached addendum.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

With respect to affected adjacent HOAs, is there a Marco Shores Master Association?
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

Please see the attached letter from Alison Wescott (Conservancy of Southwest Florida).
County Attorney Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Rejected 08/03/2017 08/02/2017
Scott Stone (239-252-5740)   Send Email
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

Please provide responses to the PUD criteria under LDC 10.02.13 B, and the rezone findings under LDC 10.02.08 F.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

On Page 7 of your application, you put 'N.A.' in the section asking if a public hearing has been held on this property within the last year. However, there was a PDA Amendment for Marco Shores Golf Course Community PUD which was approved by the BCC at a public hearing on November 15, 2016 (i.e--less than one year ago). Please revise this section of your application accordingly.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

You are proposing to create a new section in the PUD specifically for Residential Parcel Two A. However, the current Master Plan labels this parcel as "Residential Parcel Two." As such, your proposed changes to the PUD text appear to require a revision to the Master Plan in order to change the label on this tract from "Residential Parcel Two" to "Residential Parcel Two A". Moreover, if you're going to need to change the Master Plan, you might want to consider using a different parcel name to avoid confusion--such as Residential Parcel G (just a suggestion).
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

Section 4.03 lists all of the uses permitted under the "Multi Family" section of the PUD. Then there are separate subsections for regulations of each specific tract/parcels. However, none of the regulation sections contain a list of uses, because all of the uses are located in Section 4.03. Therefore, it appears inconsistent with the current format of the PUD document to add a list of uses under your new proposed section for Residential Parcel Two A (4.07), rather than adding those uses to Section 4.03. I will defer to staff as to whether this formatting inconsistency is acceptable under the circumstances. It appears that your proposed "Uses Permitted" section under 4.07.01 is a verbatim copy of the list of uses under Section 4.03, with the exception of the group housing use. I have a suggestion (but again, will defer to staff)--Why not simply add the group housing use to Section 4.03 B as follows (or similar language): (5) "Group housing for seniors including assisted living, continuing care retirement communities, skillked nursing, memory care and independent living facilities at a FAR of up to 0.6. This use shall only be permitted on Residential Parcel Two A."
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

Section 4.02 of the PUD lists a maximum number of 1580 dwelling units. Please confirm with staff that the proposed change will not affect this section.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

See markups on your proposed PUD text changes, to be provided in separate e-mail from staff.
Landscape Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Rejected 08/03/2017 08/02/2017
Eric Johnson (239-252-2931)   Send Email
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
08/17/2017

What type of buffer is proposed between the subject tract and the abutting utility site?
Parks and Rec Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 08/03/2017 08/04/2017
Eric Johnson (239-252-2931)   Send Email

Fees
Paid Fees Amount Paid Owing Date Paid
Pre-application Meeting $500.00 $500.00 Paid 04/27/2017
Comp Planning Review - PUDA $2,250.00 $2,250.00 Paid 07/06/2017
Planned Unit Development Amendment $6,000.00 $6,000.00 Paid 07/06/2017
Site Area (Acreage) fee $138.00 $138.00 Paid 07/06/2017
Fire Code Review - PUDA $125.00 $125.00 Paid 07/06/2017
Legal Advertising Fee $925.00 $925.00 Paid 07/06/2017
Legal Advertising Fee (BCC) $1,125.00 $1,125.00 Paid 07/06/2017
TIS Methodology Review $500.00 $500.00 Paid 07/06/2017
Graphics Property Notification Address Listing $85.00 $85.00 Paid 07/19/2017
Outstanding Fees Amount Paid Owing Date Paid
No outstanding fees.


Your project will not be reviewed until all fees are paid in full.

Deposits & Bonds

There are no deposits or bonds for this planning application.

Inspections

There are no inspections for this planning application.

Documents & Images
Date Uploaded Document Name
04/27/2017 pre-app notes.pdf
04/27/2017 PL Payment Slip
04/27/2017 Receipt for transaction: 2017-026579
07/07/2017 Cover Letter/Narrative Statement (Submittal 1 CoverLtr-PUD Amend 2017 - Prepared.pdf)
05/24/2017 Submittal 1 - Statement of Utility Provision
05/24/2017 Submittal 1 - Traffic Impact Study (TIS)
08/18/2017 Application Form (Submittal 2 Application PUDA-v1 - Prepared.pdf)
05/24/2017 Submittal 1 - Warranty Deed
07/09/2017 Affidavit of Authorization/Evidence of Authority (Submittal 1 Affidavit Authorization - Prepared.pdf)
08/17/2017 Submittal 2 - AmendedOrdinanceLanguage
08/22/2017 Updated Master Plan (Submittal 2 Proposed PUD Master Plan-v1 - Prepared.pdf)
05/24/2017 Submittal 1 - Assignment of Density
05/24/2017 Submittal 1 - Addressing Checklist
07/09/2017 Affidavit of all owners (Submittal 1 Covenant Unified Control - Prepared.pdf)
07/09/2017 Aerial Photographs (Submittal 1 Aerial Photographs - Prepared.pdf)
05/24/2017 Submittal 1 - Final Subdivision Plat
05/24/2017 Submittal 1 - PUD Ordinance and Development Commitment Information
05/24/2017 PL Payment Slip
07/06/2017 Receipt for transaction: 2017-042533
07/06/2017 RLS 17-CPS-01694 Submittal 1 - RLS
07/18/2017 2 x 3 Ad Map.pdf
07/18/2017 Property Owners List.xlsx
07/18/2017 SiteLocation Map.pdf
07/18/2017 PL Payment Slip
07/18/2017 02_MKY-AIRSPACE.pdf
07/18/2017 Avigation Easement.pdf
07/19/2017 Receipt for transaction: 2017-045351
07/28/2017 Application Checklist Marco Shores PUDA.pdf
07/28/2017 Marco Shores Amend Ordinance 20016-37.pdf
07/28/2017 Letter from CSWFL (Jul 25 2017).pdf
08/01/2017 Comp Planning Consistency Review1.pdf
08/03/2017 Emergency Mgt Comments Rv1 this one.pdf
08/04/2017 School District determination.pdf
08/04/2017 Insufficiency Letter (INSF)
08/04/2017 RLS Closed(884).pdf
08/04/2017 Parks & Recreation Addendum Rv1.pdf
08/04/2017 Zoning Comments Addendum Rv1.pdf
08/17/2017 Submittal 2 - List of Requested Deviations
08/17/2017 Submittal 2 - EvaluationCriteria
08/17/2017 Submittal 2 - Response
08/17/2017 RLS
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