Although a member of the Sacred Heart Health System’s development team finally agreed to meet with the leader of several homeowner groups in Tiger Point East, the controversial entrance to a new clinic won’t be relocated.
“They listened. They heard our ideas for an alternate access point that we feel would be safer and smooth the flow of traffic,” said Stan Shaw, president of the Oak Point Homeowners Association. “But they think the current plan is the best for everyone.”
The meeting came last week and followed a June 16 article in the Navarre Press which reported that Sacred Heart hadn’t responded to an invitation by a group of 10 area homeowner associations who are protesting the clinic’s planned entrance/exit on Tiger Point Boulevard.
Fearing traffic congestion and danger to pedestrians on the two-lane Tiger Point Boulevard, area residents had requested that Sacred Heart move the access to nearby U.S. Highway 98.
Read the full article in the July 7 issue of Navarre Press. Click HERE to subscribe to your community newspaper.