An advisory board to the Manatee County Board of County Commissioners will make its recommendations on an amendment to the county’s guidelines for developing telecommunication towers during its meeting Dec. 10.
At its regularly scheduled 9 a.m. meeting at the county administrative building, the Planning Commission will review the telecommunication tower ordinance as well as other potential amendments to the county’s Land Development Code, including a high intensity recreation land development code amendment and a non-conforming lots land development code amendment.
The board also will consider proposed changes to the Development of Regional Impact and revised general development plan for Tara-Manatee Inc. Changes include the addition of a monopole telecommunication tower.
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- So, if the River Club golf course goes under, these $400,000 to 1,000,000 houses will lose how much of their value? Would love to see nothing more that to see the look on these morons faces when they have a course that looks like Forest Lakes and Foxfire behind their houses. Reap what you sow....
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