News Section: Opinion
Manatee BOCC Land Use Meeting Agenda Results: 11/01/2012
BRADENTON -- At Thursday's Land Use Meeting, the Board of County Commissioners adopted language correcting a mistake in the 2008 ordinance approving a Preliminary Site Plan for Heron Bay, allowing for 198 lots for single-family attached residents. In other business, the Port Authority relieved Air Products from any liabilities that could follow the property they recently purchased from HRK.
MEETING CALLED TO ORDER (John R. Chappie, Chairman )
INVOCATION and PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
The commission does not endorse the religious beliefs of any speaker.
CHANGES TO AGENDA
Attachment: 121101 BC.pdf
AWARDS, PRESENTATIONS AND PROCLAMATIONS
CITIZEN COMMENTS (Consent Agenda Items Only)
A. CONSENT AGENDA
APPROVE CONSENT AGENDA -- Approved, 6 -- 1, Commissioner McClash dissent
CITIZEN COMMENTS (Consideration for Future Agenda)
SWEARING IN: All Staff and Public Wishing to Speak
B. ADVERTISED PUBLIC HEARINGS (presentation upon request)
Building and Development Services
3. Ordinance 12-20 - UPPC/Unnamed Exclusive Golf & CC - Continued from August 2, 2012 - Quasi-Judicial - Kathleen Thompson-- Continued to 12/06/2012, -- Approved, Unanimous
4. PDR-89-05(G)(R10) - UPCC General Development Plan - Continued from August 2, 2012 - Quasi-Judicial - Kathleen Thompson -- Continued to 12/06/2012, -- Approved, Unanimous
Attachment: Heron Bay PDR-05-67(Z)(P)(R) Ordinance.pdf
Attachment: Copy of Newspaper advertising for 11-01-12 BOCC.pdf.-- Approved, Unanimous
C. ADVERTISED PUBLIC HEARINGS (presentation scheduled)
E. REPORTS -- Commissioner DiSabatino suggested bringing in a third party to collect debts accumulated by Code Enforcement. She recommended taking the idea to the next workshop.
F. ADVISORY BOARD APPOINTMENTS
7. Open Port Authority Meeting-- Port Manatee's Chief Financial Officer and Senior Director of Business, Bob Armstrong, asked the Port Authority Board to approve an agreement releasing Air Products (AP) from any liabilities to the property just purchased from HRK.
The purchaser of the property, Air Products and Chemical Bank, wished to finalize the agreement, and a pipe returning sea water back to the port remains on the property. AP will maintain the pipe, but wants no liabilities attached to the pipe or any other unfinished business HRK still has with the county.
In order to get clear title to the property, AP needs to define their liabilities. Motion to release AP from liabilities of the HRK property -- Approved, Unanimous
Close Port Authority
COMMISSIONER COMMENTS -- None
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