On Jan. 6, Cutler Bay residents came together at the Cutler Ridge United Methodist Church to discuss the progress of the coastal wetlands restoration project taking place at Old Cutler Road and Southwest 184th Street. In an open discussion after the presentations, the audience unanimously indicated by show of hands to ask the Cutler Bay Town Council to deny a proposed Future Land Use amendment to Cutler Bay’s Growth Management Plan that would allow a high density mixed use development on Old Cutler Road adjacent to the restoration project.
On Jan. 6, Cutler Bay residents came together at the Cutler Ridge United Methodist Church to discuss the progress of the coastal wetlands restoration project taking place at Old Cutler Road and Southwest 184th Street. In an open discussion after the presentations, the audience unanimously indicated by show of hands to ask the Cutler Bay Town Council to deny a proposed Future Land Use amendment to Cutler Bay’s Growth Management Plan that would allow a high density mixed use development on Old Cutler Road adjacent to the restoration project. Steve Zarzecki Courtesy
On Jan. 6, Cutler Bay residents came together at the Cutler Ridge United Methodist Church to discuss the progress of the coastal wetlands restoration project taking place at Old Cutler Road and Southwest 184th Street. In an open discussion after the presentations, the audience unanimously indicated by show of hands to ask the Cutler Bay Town Council to deny a proposed Future Land Use amendment to Cutler Bay’s Growth Management Plan that would allow a high density mixed use development on Old Cutler Road adjacent to the restoration project. Steve Zarzecki Courtesy

Cutler Bay residents oppose proposed land use change

January 08, 2015 07:32 PM

UPDATED January 11, 2015 07:29 PM

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