UPDATE as of 6/24/19 - Gregori Anderson (Interim Zoning Administrator) Letter to Melanie Wilson (MPC Executive Director)
UPDATE as of 6/21/19 - Jonathon Hart (County Attorney) Letter to Lee Smith (County Manager)
UPDATE as of 5/31/19: Legal Letter & MPC Documents sent to MPC, Zoning, Chatham County Attorney, County Commissioner.
UPDATE as of 5/30/19: Email titled Indigo Hall (Thrive) - Zoning Changed from PUD-B-N to PUD-IS sent to MPC, Zoning, Chatham County Attorney, County Commissioner.
UPDATE as of 5/29/19: Legal Letter & Zoning Map Amendment Document sent to MPC, Zoning, Chatham County Attorney, County Commissioner.
See link below to access each of these files:
Is this the right development (commercial) for the right land (currently is PUD-R/EO)?
NOTE: PUD-R/EO is defined as Residential with an Environmental Overlay. PUD-R is Sec. 4-6.66 & EO is Sec. 4-1
NOTE: PUD-IS is defined as Institutional and specifically calls out "Health Service Clinic." PUD-IS is Sec. 4-6.611
NOTE: PUD-M specifically calls out "Senior Citizen Congregate Housing." PUD-M is Sec. 4-6.67
UPDATE as of 5/29/19: Certificate of Sprayfield Availability for the Friedman Tract obtained
Is there enough water on the island to accommodate this facility?
Can the island handle increased population and traffic? The 4-way stop is already prone to accidents. What happens in the event of an evacuation? This proposed development is a 24/7 commercial operation. Furthermore, the right hand lane of Diamond Causeway services the Main Gate of The Landings, The Landings Club, The Fire Department, Marshview, Moon River, South Harbor, and Green Island Road individual residents.
Wildlife and their homes, less trees, more runoff, more roadway pollution, light pollution, noise pollution
How will a commercial facility within close proximity affect the property values of our homes?
The current plan for the development will not offer a "Buy-In" option, instead the entire complex will be rental only.
This development is incongruous with the surrounding land uses as all is currently residential. Moreover, this development is proposed at the end of a dead end, two-lane county road.
What about the safety of all those who utilize Green Island Road for recreational use (running, cycling, etc.) Also, all of the gated communities on Green Island Road are bar-code access only as the gates are unmanned.
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