FPL land use change passed by commissioners, so what’s next?
February 5, 2016
By Marcy Shortuse
BY MARCY SHORTUSE – Developers looking into purchasing the 9.98 acres at the south end of the island, commonly known as the former FPL land, are one step closer to their goal as Lee County Commissioners recently voted to redesignate the future land use from “public facilities/port” to “urban community.” Two developers, Seagate Development Group, […]
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