Zoning Code Community Meeting (Round 2) Set For Feb 1

The second community meeting called for by Vice Mayor Vince Lago and unanimously approved by the commission will take place on February 1, 2021 via Zoom. The commission instructed staff to begin at 5pm and allow for as much time as needed to converse with the public and address questions and concerns.

In addition Lago asked that the commission take the Zoning Code Update vote on 2nd reading at a special city commission meeting at 5pm likely set for February 9th, 2021

The Public may join the Zoning Code Update Community Meeting via Zoom: 

https://zoom.us/j/93957119041

Or join by phone:

    Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):

        US: +1 929 205 6099  or +1 301 715 8592  or +1 312 626 6799  or +1 669 900 6833  or +1 253 215 8782  or +1 346 248 7799

    Webinar ID: 939 5711 9041

    International numbers available: https://zoom.us/u/aclC59hMLd

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3 thoughts on “Zoning Code Community Meeting (Round 2) Set For Feb 1

  1. We will say this again and again. WE DO NOT WANT MIRACLE MILE CHANGED BY DEVELOPMENT. Since our cries are being ignored it may have to be settled legally as the Mayor and Commissioner Keon does not and will not decide what WE want. Not one positive comment outside of City Hall and the developers has been made in favor of this proposal.
    As for WAWA, this project is up against US1. This is a commercial area for commercial use. Elementary students will not be socializing at this business for all this drama to continue. It is really a nice market attached to a gas station. Stop wasting everyone’s time and money and concentrate on your child’s education. Your school and area is not privileged for you to put this kind of fight.

  2. The Commission continues to move forward on a plan that is opposed by every civic group that has addressed the issue, e.g. Coral Gables Neighbors Association, the Gables Good Government Committee, the Coral Gables Historical Society and the Coral Gables Garden Club.

    These groups have repeatedly asked for studies which have been met with silence from the Staff. The Commissioners, irrespective of their protestations of transparency, stand mute in the face of this stonewalling. Ask yourselves who benefits from these actions- it is not the residents.

  3. We the neighbors who live in the Historic McFarlane neighborhood who are opposed to a Wawa going in across the street from the Washington Carver elementary school, ask you to represent us by gaining the strictest regulations available to you restricting Wawa’s hours of operation, light pollution, noise pollution and brownfield contamination of the site.
    Sincerely
    Mrs Harverson
    119 Frow Avenue

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