Oh, City Staff must consider the proposed storage tanks as outside storage for the old medical center building.
How does this happen?
What do you think happened to the value of the property next to the tank since the previous photo?
I bet their property went up 40% in value with that economic development next door. NOT
If that property owner was a member of Brian Spencer's wine and cheese, chicken liking crowd, that tank would NOT BE THERE!
Does the City staff inform developers of the City's codes and ordinances at their first meeting or do they just assume the developer will just stroke checks to mitigate any issues or the developers will clear it with the Mayor?
In the letter below from the City's Planning Services Administrator to the developer of the Cervantes Publix site, the City makes sure to make requirements for the following:
- architectural style
- loading dock screening
- decorative LED lighting
- repurposing bricks from the demolished historic homes into the new sidewalks
- providing bike racks and
SAVE THE BRICKS!!