Sarasota County Fee moves to get rid of citizen-initiated advancement evaluation

Hampton Lakes, just west of the proposed Hamlet Lakes, where development of a conservation subdivision is already underway. Sarasota County commissioners have agreed to set in motion a plan to eliminate a process that allows 20 registered voters to band together to petition the county to initiate what’s called a comprehensive plan amendment.

SARASOTA COUNTY – A single just after one more, speakers stepped to the lectern at the Sarasota County administration developing on Tuesday and explained the similar concern, that a small team of registered voters ought to not be equipped to form land-use choices on house they do not very own. 

A who’s who of builders, attorneys for developers and users of the area’s influential building market aired frustrations to Sarasota County commissioners and workers. 

They claimed a seldom-used citizen-initiated course of action to revise the county’s official roadmap for advancement must be gutted. Left in location, they said, it could lead to an “unpredictable and chaotic” preparing course of action that is contrary to the superior and ground breaking programs submitted by builders. 

Without much dialogue, Sarasota County commissioners agreed to set in motion a plan to reduce the system that permits 20 registered voters to band with each other to petition the county to initiate what’s known as a detailed system amendment. No conclusion was made on Tuesday, but commissioners created it clear they would reduce it at a later date.