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Hernando Beach business wins request for landscape buffer

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Commissioners voted 4-1 at the Sep 14, 2021 Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) meeting to partially approve a request by Gordon Wolf to revise the Master Plan of approximately 4.5 acres in Hernando Beach.  The property is located on the west side of Shoal Line Boulevard, approximately 1,600 feet north of Petit Lane at 5000 Calienta Street.  The original 2020 Master Plan stipulated a 6-foot tall opaque plastic fence and the restriction of one 1600 square foot building and a pole barn.  The prevailing vote will allow for landscape buffering instead.  Wolf will need to return for another hearing for additional requests.

The CM1 zoned property will provide for outdoor boat, trailer, equipment storage, and other marine services such as those “listed services” allowable for the zoning designation.

Wolf requested to nix the fence and install landscape buffering instead, consisting of 77 Wax Myrtles.  Though Wolf has no immediate plans to expand, he will request an increase of the maximum building sizes of the building and pole barn to a total maximum of 10,000 square feet.

Commissioner Wayne Dukes was the dissenting vote. 

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