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File #: 22-0165   
Type: Departmental Status: Passed
In control: Board of County Commissioners
On agenda: 5/3/2022 Final action: 5/3/2022
Title: ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION INITIATING AN AMENDMENT TO THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP FOR CERTAIN PROPERTIES LOCATED IN THE PORT SALERNO CRA TO ALLOW FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE MANATEE POCKET SW PRONG STA
Attachments: 1. Manatee Pocket project.pdf, 2. Exhibit A Properties.pdf, 3. Exhibit B Property Descriptions.pdf, 4. Grien Resolution to Initiate_Amendment..pdf
PLACEMENT: Departmental
TITLE:
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ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION INITIATING AN AMENDMENT TO THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP FOR CERTAIN PROPERTIES LOCATED IN THE PORT SALERNO CRA TO ALLOW FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE MANATEE POCKET SW PRONG STA
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:
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This summary of the Manatee Pocket SW Prong STA Project (Project), located in the Port Salerno CRA, describes the transactions necessary to allow for successful completion of the Project. The Project will occur in phases, and prior to the County's commencement of construction activities, the following must occur: (i) the Grien family (Landowner) will convey certain lots to the County to be used for the Project, (ii) County will initiate amendments to the Future Land Use Map and Zoning Atlas for certain properties owned by Landowner, and (iii) the County will abandon certain unopened rights-of-way for the benefit of Landowner.
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DEPARTMENT: Administration
PREPARED BY: Name: Susan Kores
Title: Manager, Office of Community Development
REQUESTED BY: Ecosystems Restoration and Management Division, Public Works Department

PRESET:
PROCEDURES: None

BACKGROUND/RELATED STRATEGIC GOAL:

Summary of the Project

Staff with the Ecosystem Restoration and Management Division of the Public Works Department has worked to plan and develop the Project, which aims to reduce harmful nutrients in the SW Prong. The SW Prong is the last tributary of the Manatee Pocket to receive necessary water treatment and is critical to the overall health of the waterway. The Project will consist of a treatment train involving two wet detention ponds (approximately 0.5 and 1.1 acres), two diversion weir structures, enhanced vegetated channels, and a Summit High-Performance Upflow Filter System with bioactive media prior to discharge. It is projected to remove approximately 334 pounds of TN (total nitrogen) and 234 pounds of TP (total phosphorous) per year from the downstream Manatee Pocket and the India...

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