SRC Voters Against Overcrowded Roads & Schools

SRC Voters Against Overcrowded Roads & Schools

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SRC Voters Against Overcrowded Roads & Schools SRC started this petition to Santa Rosa County, Florida Board of County Commissioners and

We are a large group of concerned and justifiably angry citizens of Santa Rosa County, Florida. Our beautiful area is being severely damaged daily. The developers who have donated 86% of the campaign donations received by some of our Board of County Commissioners are routinely asking and receiving BOCC Zoning approvals to develop subdivisions with 1/4 acre lots with 500-1000 homes. Our county is historically agricultural lands and wetlands areas. Our roads, schools and way of life are crumbling under the pressure this rapid overdevelopment has caused. The State of Florida has determined the most effective means to mitigate damages caused by overdevelopment is to implement Impact Fees. The fees help offset the costs of supporting the needs of new growth. Our commissioners have publicly stated they will not enact Impact Fees. We, the signers of this petition, are formally asking our Board of County Commissioners the following:

Improve our impacted roads and schools before approving more demands to them.

Require Impact Fees based on the true costs to our infrastructure.

Prioritze funding towards improving roads and schools.

Deny all rezoning requests that increase density until Impact Fees are collected and infrastructure work has begun. 

Deny all existing Planned Unit Developments requesting density rezoning and all new Planned Unit Developments requesting approval until Impact Fees can be collected and infrastructure work has begun. 

This Petition is for signatures only. Please do NOT donate on this site. Thank you very much for your signatures. All together we can influence our Commissioners to “do the right thing”                                 

 

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