The applicant seeks authorization to install approximately 4.75 miles of new potable and reclaimed water pipelines. The project is located in Sections 21, 28, 33, Township 3 South, Range 28 East, and Sections 4 and 9, Township 4 South, Range 28 East, in Duval County. The project is comprised of five Duval County parcels (1679000090R, 1679000060R, 1677620010R, 1679000030R, 1679000080R).
To construct a freestanding building in association with the existing Columbia County Sheriff’s Office with associated stormwater facilities. This project is located at 4917 E US Highway 90, Lake City, Florida, 32056, Tax Parcel Identification Numbers: 31-3S-18-10318-000, 31-3S-18-10323-000, 31-3S-18-10327-000 in Section 31, Township 3 South, Range 18 East in Columbia County.
The applicant seeks authorization to construct a hotel and associated features resulting in the impact of 1.22 acres of direct wetland impacts and 0.52 acres of secondary wetland impacts to Bottomland Forest. Project location is parcel ID 0260700032, by St Johns County property appraiser, located at West County Road 210, St. Johns, Florida 32095, in Section 16, Township 5 South, Range 28 East.
The applicant seeks authorization to widen and reconstruct County Road 220 from a two-lane rural roadway to a four-lane urban section including bike lanes, sidewalks, and stormwater management enhancement with two new wet detention stormwater ponds. The project is located west of Little Black Creek and extends 1.26 miles eastward to County Road 220 at the intersection of Henley Road within Sections 04 and 05, Township 05 South, Range 25 East in Middleburg, FL 32068, Clay County.
The applicant proposes to build a multifamily development in the Old Jennings Road/Branan Field-Chaffee area to provide affordable rental residences to accommodate the residential demand in the area. The project is located on 3364 Old Jennings Road (Parcel ID: 29-04-25-008064-007-00), Middleburg, Florida 32068.
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