Department of Commerce Issues Preliminary Decision

With yesterday’s preliminary decision by the Florida Department of Commerce, the Captiva Civic Association (“CCA”) and the “Protect Captiva” coalition have now met the two preconditions required to request a hearing…

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Protect Captiva Coalition Legal Update

As previously reported, the Protect Captiva coalition continues to make its case against increased density and building heights on two separate fronts — in a Petition with the state challenging the Code…

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Protect Captiva Files Petition with County

Representing the Protect Captiva coalition, the Captiva Civic Association (CCA) filed a petition with Lee County on Jan. 8 challenging the new land development regulations that increase building heights on…

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South Seas Unveils Redevelopment Plans

On Dec. 14, South Seas announced that it is seeking to amend its current zoning to radically increase its allowable building heights and density. With its planned rezoning application now…

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State Validates Protect Captiva Coalition

Florida’s Bureau of Community Planning and Growth, in its written comments on the proposed Lee Plan amendments applicable to Captiva, confirms the Captiva and Sanibel community’s claim that the amendments were not…

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