Commissioner Steve Champion recused himself from a rezoning discussion for petition H2159, submitted by AGP II, LLC, a company owned by the commissioner.
The remaining members voted 4-0 to approve the Planning and Zoning Board’s recommendation to rezone the 52.4 acre property to Planned Development Project (Rural) (PDP(RUR)) from its current Agricultural (AG) designation.
Located on the north side of Lake Lindsey Road, approximately, 2,300 feet east of Citrus
Way, the intended goal is to develop the property into a rural subdivision containing a maximum of 15 single-family lots, each at least 2.5 acres in size. Each lot will be accessed from a central roadway running from Lake Lindsey Road through the middle of the property, ending at the northern terminus. Every lot will be served by an individual well and septic tank.
No individual driveways will access Lake Lindsey Road.
According to Don Lacey, President of Coastal Engineering, the subdivision will be managed by a Homeowner’s Association (HOA), and the central roadway will be privately maintained.