The Manatee County Board of County Commissioners will review a plan for a 610-home community on the west side of Rye Road, south of Upper Manatee River Road, at its land-use meeting Thursday afternoon.
The development, a project called Del Tierra, calls for a net density of about three homes per acre and is being proposed by developer D.R. Horton.
Country Meadows, a community just west of the proposed development, has about one home per acre.
D.R. Horton’s site plan proposes a second entrance to Del Tierra through Country Meadows to Upper Manatee River Road.
A traffic analysis conducted by the county anticipates a 7% traffic increase in Country Meadows if the site plan is approved.
The Manatee County Planning Commission recommended approval of the project with a 4-3 vote at its meeting Dec. 12.
Del Tierra would occupy 233 acres.
Commissioners will have final say on the community at its 1:30 p.m. meeting Thursday, in the commission chambers at 1112 Manatee Avenue West.
If approved, construction on Del Tierra would begin this year and be completed in 2017.
Contact Josh Siegel at email@example.com.
Currently 0 Responses
31 Homes for our Troops Golf Tournament
31 7th Annual Military Ball
6 Menchie's - FREE Froyo National Frozen Yogurt Day
4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
7 Manatee Audubon - OPEN HOUSE at Felts Audubon Preserve
8:00 am - 11:00 am
Sights for stripes
Braden River High School’s Jasmine Stanton knew just what to do when this year’s Manatee County Fair’s diary costume contest came around.
Since it sprouted about two months ago, Lakewood Ranch Main Street’s first edible garden continues to grow.
Love a little cookie slathered in caramel, chocolate and coconut?