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Board nixes higher density for waterfront development

| Ken Garner

A developer wants more potential commercial space on a 23-acre parcel between U.S. Highway 98 and Santa Rosa Sound in Navarre without giving up home sites.

“The question for me is, in order to accommodate two more acres of (highway commercial district use), do we go forward with this?” Santa Rosa County Zoning Board member Ed Carson asked at the board’s July 14 meeting.


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