Speaking of projects that bust our infrastructure and should be limited more rather than giving them what they want they want. If this is the way things are done then they need to change. We need to start being VERY careful and more restrictive about anything built in SoWal! It seems like a free for all for developers. So sad. Unanimous approval by planning board of Seagrove project that asked to reduce parking and cut road setback by 10 feet on 30A. Does anything at all need to be that close to the road? Parking reduced from 276 to 208. Seems ludicrous. On old Collaborations property on north side of 30A across from Clay Nursery. Rookis Development (Gulf Place town center) 5 acres 8,000 sf restaurant 14,500 sf retail 13,800 sf office 35 condos 50 room hotel This is a HUGE project on a small road on a small property next to sensitive habitat. Oh, but they are going to allow the public to access the state forest trails behind the property. WOW! Let's give them whatever they want for allowing us to use OUR land!