COUNTY, FL – The Alachua County Planning Commission will meet on Wednesday
September 17, 2014, at 6 p.m. The Alachua County Development Review Committee
will meet on Thursday September 18, 2014, at 1:30 p.m. Both meetings are in room
209 of the County Administration Building located at 12 SE 1st Street downtown
for the Planning Commission
request to amend the Future Land Use Map 2030 from Institutional to Commercial
for parcel number 04341-001-00, which is owned by Alachua County. This property
is located at 401 NW 143rd Street and is approximately 2.16 acres.
request to amend the Future Land Use Map 2030 from Light Industrial to
Commercial for parcel number 06316-001-001. This parcel is located at 1311 NW
76th Blvd. and is approximately 0.52 acres. This application is in conjunction
with ZOM-04-14, a rezoning request.
request to rezone parcel number 06316-001-001 from BW (Wholesale and
Warehousing) district to BA (Business Automotive) district. This parcel is
approximately 0.52 acres. This rezoning can be considered if CPA-05-14 is
approved. ZOM-04-14 is also a request to rezone parcel number 06331-005-000, an
approximately 3.93 acre parcel, from BH (Business Highway) district to BA
(Business Automotive) district. Both of these parcels are located at 1311 NW
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for the Development Review Committee
Oak Estates, Lot 8 - A
public hearing to consider a Revised Final Development Plan, a Replat and a
Section Line Waiver to change side setback to 20’ on approximately 5.02 acres
located at 3824 NW 192nd Drive. Please contact the Alachua County Growth
Management Department at 352-374-5249 or Mehdi Benkhatar at email@example.com for further information.
Family Homestead Subdivision - A
public hearing to consider a Preliminary and Final Development Plan creating 2
residential lots on approximately 20.38 acres located at 16506 NW 278th Avenue,
Alachua, FL. Please contact the Alachua County Growth Management Department at
352-374-5249 or Mehdi Benkhatar at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
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