Lakewood Ranch Community Development Districts today moved forward with a concept to develop a longterm plan for landscaping improvements and maintenance.
Supervisors on Lakewood Ranch Community Development Districts 1, 2, 4 and 5 approved a work assignment with a landscape architect to develop a longterm strategy for maintaining and replacing existing landscaping.
"We're trying to develop that consistent replacement policy," CDD 1 Supervisor June Stroup said. "I think Lakewood Ranch is a beautiful community, but we want to continue that and maintain the high standards that have existed."
For a full story on the Ranch CDD meetings, see the Oct. 25 issue of the East County Observer.
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