And the developer made out like a bandit turning a 700K investment into a 7 million dollar sale. At the taxpayers expense.
And now the county is using the property to shuttle people to other businesses so they can prosper. At the taxpayers expense.
#1 is as valid of a point today as it was 10-20 years ago.
#2 I disagree as most of that “neighborhood” is commercial.
#3 is another valid point and storm water runoff is addressed as part of any new development, including a single family home.
You mean like a:
Bar & grill
Real estate office
The market is improving. Patience will cost $$.
The county had plenty of opportunity to make smart land buys when the market was down.
The property across hwy 30A from the Ft. Panic (Dune Allen) beach access would have been an Excellent opportunity to create a parking...