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February 28 neighborhood workshop regarding development on W. Newberry Road at Parker Road

Legal notice

A neighborhood workshop will be held to discuss a proposed Preliminary Development Plan for a proposed mixed use Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND) containing residential and non-residential uses on approx. 19.5 (+/-) acres located at 12098-12130 W. Newberry Road on Alachua County Tax Parcel Number 04321-031-000. The zoning is R-1a and the Future Land Use designation is Low Density Residential. This is not a public hearing. The purpose of this meeting is to inform neighboring property owners of the proposed development and to seek their comments. The meeting will be held digitally as a Zoom teleconference. The teleconference can be accessed by the following information:

Date: Monday, February 28, 2022
Time: 6:00 PM
URL:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/5733319527
Meeting ID: 573 331 9527
Dial-in: (646) 558-8656

Following the teleconference, a recording of the workshop will be available at www.edafl.com/neighborhoodworkshops. Upon request, a link to the meeting can be requested by e-mailing ascannella@edafl.com and paper copies of all materials discussed at the workshop can be provided via US Mail. Comments on the development plan may also be submitted to sreyes@edafl.com or by phone at 352-373-3541.

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  • The county says it’s tired of western urban sprawl yet with continued developments like this, they must love the traffic crawl.

    The black community leaders should ask how many developments on the west side of the county have been approved since the disapproval of Plum Creek.

    Is it just me or has anyone else recognized county leaders speak with a forked tongue?

  • I live out in the area, have for a very long time. The rate at which new developments are popping up is staggering. There is no infrastructure for all the new residents. Alachua County planning is a joke. They will let anyone build with seemingly no restrictions. Gotta build that tax base.

  • Tell me how you can make Newberry Road wide enough to hold all the new traffic, anyone?

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