Stop the I-4 Auto Mall

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A change of zoning request and land development code amendment for parcels comprising approximately 57 acres located at the interchange of Interstate 4 and Orange Camp Road in unincorporated Volusia County and partially within the city limits of Lake Helen is forthcoming.  Brendan Hurley and the I4 Automall, LLC, will soon file a new or amended application for review and public hearing to the Planning and Land Development Regulation Commission (the PLDRC) for review and public hearing.  The draft plans include structures to be utilized by Mr. Hurley and others as automotive sales and service dealerships and outparcels to include structures purposed for a fueling station with additional retail space for occupancy by restaurants, etc.

 

The proposed project appears to fall outside the scope of the substantial low density and high density residential development currently along Orange Camp Road and the vicinity.

The proposed project would adversely affect the quality of life for the 18 communities on the southeast portion of Deland without adding value or providing any essential services to those communities. 
I request that when this application comes before the Council, that you consider my voice and the voices of my neighbors, those that would be negatively affected by this project, as your constituents and weigh our stated concerns against any recommendation made by the PLDRC relating to any application submitted on behalf of Brendan Hurley and I4 Automall, LLC.



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