Nassau County Commissioners could approve 11 85 foot tall residential properties at the south conclude of Amelia Island at a county commissioner Monday night.
News4Jax reporter Brie Isom has been speaking to Nassau County people about the proposed design.
Inhabitants are saying that not only is some of the land significant wildlife, but the attractive island will under no circumstances be the identical if this goes by.
Stevie Allen lives in Yulee. She reported she doesn’t want there to be 85 foot buildings crafted on the south close of Amelia Island.
“You’re destroying the character of this island. It’s quiet all-natural and placing anything like this up is heading to take away the character,” explained Allen.
Riverstone Properties would be the company that would build these 11 buildings. They individual about 50 acres of land on the east facet of the Very first Coastline Highway in the unincorporated component of the island. That county was sued by the company under the Bert Harris Act.
A proposed settlement between Riverstone Qualities and Nassau County would make it possible for beforehand banned tower heights for the south close of Amelia Island.
According to the settlement. the county would then acquire a beach access level.
But Allen explained there definitely would be no beach front access.
“That 200 ft is vital wildlife land that we just cannot entry via March to September, and they are stating it is our only obtain to the seashore,” stated Allen.
Nassau County inhabitants also voiced their viewpoints on Facebook.
Robert Westberry composing, “money would seem to arrive ahead of land and animals it looks.”
Leanne Kennsion writing, “our beautiful island is remaining ruined by this over improvement. We DO NOT Require Much more Significant Cost Advancement, we Want Spouse and children ORIENTED, Family AFFORDED HOUSING.”
Citizens are anticipated to voice their thoughts in tomorrow night’s meeting.
Copyright 2022 by WJXT Information4JAX – All rights reserved.