Presentation on theme: "Volusia County Council Meeting August 9, 2012. City Commission is the acting body for the CRA."— Presentation transcript:
Volusia County Council Meeting August 9, 2012
City Commission is the acting body for the CRA
A joint City/County vision that is an example of “Smart Growth.” A countywide economic engine projecting at build out >11,000 new jobs and >$63,000,000 in net new revenue. A planned mix use development involving a private investment that exceeds $56,000,000.
Approved Master Plan Uses Land UseSq. Ft. Retail Commercial650,000 Office1,075,000 Business/Flex-space490,000 Industrial905,000 Storage (mini- warehouse) 240,000 Warehouse/Distribution1,345,000 Public/Institutional165,000 TOTAL-Non residential4,870,000 Residential2,950
Construction of Crossing Boulevard to include a bridge spanning FEC rail right-of-way from US 1 to the 1 st roundabout (segment 1). To be constructed 5 years after final plat of Phase 1A. County contribution: Limited to $4,000,000 or 10 years from date of commencement, whichever first occurs. City contribution: Limited to $8,000,000
Planning Mixed Use Development (PMUD) Rezoning Application filed on August 16, 2010 and went to the Planning Board for a work session in June Phase A Permitting- Dredge & fill app sent to ACOE concurrent with SJRWMD permit. AC)E completed review and permit to be issued in August A draft railroad ROW crossing agreement submitted to FECRR and approval is expected in July Phase B Permitting – Formal Wetland Determination application filed with SJRWMD. Wetland Flagging and field verification completed. Final wetland limit drawings submitted to SJRWMD for approval. No contracts or sales agreements were reported ¹ Ormond Crossing 2 nd Annual Report dated May, 2012
Getting to the point of ground breaking for Ormond Crossings continues to be a long and arduous journey. The regulatory, economic and financial obstacles experienced since Ormond Crossings inception in 1998 could have made a lesser partner lose sight of the vision and goal for this project. The City of Ormond Beach and its elected officials thank the Volusia County Council and administrative staff for remaining a patient and steadfast partner for Ormond Crossings.