1 For Sale 3808 N Tamiami Trail Contact: John B. Harshman, Broker Phone: Fax: Main St., Sarasota, FL
2 3808 N Tamiami Trail CONTENTS Property Information Broker Notice Property Summary Aerial Photo Tax Map Survey Floor Plans Appendices Phase 1 Environmental Summary NT Zoning
3 IMPORTANT NOTICE The information contained herein, while based upon data supplied by the seller and obtained form other sources deemed reliable, is subject to errors or omissions and is not, in any way, warranted by Harshman & Company, Inc. or by any agent, independent associate or employee of Harshman & Company. Harshman & Company, Inc. (Broker) hereby notifies prospective buyers that it shall be the buyer s responsibility to verify any and all representations made by seller and/or Broker regarding the property, its condition, improvements, utilities, zoning, insurability, conformance and/or compliance with federal, state and local laws as well as all restrictions of any applicable owner s association, boundaries and use. Buyer recognizes that the Broker is not an expert in legal, tax, financial, appraising, surveying, structural conditions, hazardous materials, engineering or other areas. Exclusive Right of Sale Listing Harshman & Company, Inc. is the Exclusive Listing Agent for the subject property and is presenting this property to Qualified Principal Buyers with expertise in real estate investment and development. Inquiries regarding the property described herein should be directed to: John B. Harshman, Broker Harshman & Company, Inc Main St. Sarasota, FL Phone: FAX:
4 Property Summary Owner: O Donnell Realty Holdings, Inc. Address: 3808 N Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL Parcel ID#: Location: The subject property is a well located with excellent frontage along U.S. 41 (North Tamiami Trail) near Ringling Museum, University of South Florida, New College and Ringling School of Art & Design. Neighborhood retail includes a neighborhood Walmart, CVS Drug Store and several gas and convenient stores. Land Size: 93,218 sq. ft. +/- (2.14 acres) Improvements: The building was constructed in 1986 as a two story restaurant housing the Brenton Reef Restaurant. In 2003 the building was sold and renovated by the new owner in 2004 for general office use. The subject is currently used as a clinic and teaching facility. The two story building is approximately 14,286 square feet. Zoning: Parking: North Trail (NT) which permits 35 feet height and 35-units per acre plus office, retail, restaurant and hotel. Approximately 104 parking spaces Traffic Count: 39,000 Annual Average Daily Traffic Environmental: Environmental Assessments & Consulting, Inc. September 12, 2003 cover letter included. Lease: Tenant: East West College of Natural Medicine, Inc. Term: Ends February 9, 2017 one 5-year option to renew Annual Rent: $148,567 Triple Net Annual Increase: 3% Note: Landlord does not anticipate tenant to renew at end of term Taxes: $28, (2015) Price: $1,750,000 Land per sq ft $18.77 per sq ft 74 Residential Units - $23,649 per unit
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11 Division 5. Commercial Zone Districts - NT Zoning Excerpt Section VI-501. Intent and Purpose A. Intent and Purpose. The intent and purpose of the Commercial (C) Districts is to preserve land for retail, office and service developments and provide employment and purchasing opportunities. The differences in the zones reflect the diversity of commercial areas in the City. The zones are distinguished by the uses allowed and the intensity of development allowed. Some of the zones encourage commercial areas that are a neighborhood scale and character, while other zones allow commercial areas that have a community or regional market. The regulations promote uses and development that will enhance the economic viability of the specific commercial district and the City as a whole. In general, a wide range of uses is allowed in each zone. Limits on the intensity of uses and the development standards promote the desired character for the commercial area. The development standards are designed to allow a large degree of development flexibility within parameters that support the intent of the specific zone. In addition, the regulations provide clarity to property owners, developers and neighbors about the limits of what is allowed. B. List of the Commercial Zone Districts. The full names, short names and map symbols of the commercial districts are listed below. When this Code refers to the commercial zones it is referring to the zone districts listed here. Full Name Short Name/Map Symbol Commercial Neighborhood District CND Commercial Storefront District CSD Commercial Residential District CRD Commercial General District CGD Commercial Shopping Center CSC Commercial Business Newtown (Newtown CRA only) CBN North Trail (North Trail only) NT Commercial Tourist (St. Armands only) CT The following zone districts are not implementing districts and may not be used in future petitions for rezoning. See VI-101. Commercial Neighborhood CN Commercial Park CP Commercial Shopping Center Neighborhood CSCN Commercial Shopping Center Community CSCC Commercial Shopping Center Regional CSCR Commercial General CG
12 7. NT. The intent and purpose of the NT District is to permit a mix of neighborhood scale commercial; cultural and educational facilities; tourist accommodations and attractions; multifamily residential and mixed uses and to facilitate their proper development and use. The commercial and service activities within this zone are primarily oriented toward serving the needs of local residents, tourists and students. Development and redevelopment shall be compatible with, and preserve and enhance, the character of the adjoining neighborhoods. It is further intended that this District is to promote development and redevelopment in a manner that creates a safe and attractive environment for specified uses as well as cultivate an attractive gateway to the city.
13 Table VI-501-A Primary Uses Allowed in the Commercial Zones Use Categories CN CBN NT CT CP CSC-N CSC-C CSC-R CG P= Permitted Use C= Major Conditional Use MC= Minor Conditional Use blank = Prohibited Use RESIDENTIAL USE CATEGORIES Household Living Only household living use types below Single P Two P Townhouse P P Multiple P P Mixed Use Development P P P(4) Group Living Only group living use types below Assisted living facility P P Community residential home P P Dormitory, educational P P P P Group home facility P P Nursing home P P COMMERCIAL CATEGORIES Commercial Recreation Only commercial recreation use types below Recreational facilities (indoor) C C C C C MC MC Recreational facilities (outdoor) Commercial Parking P P P P P P P P Quick Vehicle Servicing Only quick vehicle service use types below Automatic fueling station Car wash (non self-service) C C MC MC MC Car wash (self-service) MC MC MC MC MC MC MC Motor vehicle fuel station MC MC MC MC P P P Motor vehicle service station MC P P P Major Event Entertainment Only major event entertainment use types below Auditorium, convention center P P P P P P P Pari-mutual facility Office Only office use types below Alarm system, security operation P P P P P P P P office Contractor, tradesman s shop/office Data & Computer services P P P P P Employment Office P P P P P P P P Financial Institutions P P P MC P P P P P (4) Medical / Dental Laboratory P P Newspaper Office w/o printing P P P P P P P P Office, business or professional P P P P(4) P P P P P Office or clinic, medical or dental P P P P(4) P P P P P Optical & eye care facility P P P P P Travel agency P P P P(4) P P P P P Radio & television station w/o transmission towers or dishes P P P P P P P P Retail Sales and Service Only retail sales and service use types below Adult bookstore / video store (2) P P P Adult theater (2) C C C Alcoholic beverage store C C C C C C C C Antique Store P P P P P P P P P Apparel / clothing store P P P P P P P P P Appliance & household equipment P P P P P P P P sales, lease or service Art or framing gallery P P P P P P P P P Art or craft supplies, retail P P P P P P P P P Automobile rental agencies P(1) P(1) P(1) P(1) P(1) P(1) P(1) Bakery, retail P P P P P P P P P Bar or tavern C C C C Barber, Beauty Shop, tanning salon P P P P P P P P P Bed and Breakfast P P P P P Boat sales, rental or lease MC
14 Table VI-501-A Primary Uses Allowed in the Commercial Zones Use Categories CN CBN NT CT CP CSC-N CSC-C CSC-R CG P= Permitted Use C= Major Conditional Use MC= Minor Conditional Use blank = Prohibited Use Book, stationary store P P P P P P P P P Carpet or floor retail sales P P P P P P Convenience store C C C C C C Copying, duplicating shop P P P P P P P Crematory P P P P Dance & music studio P P P P(4) P P P Delicatessen P P P P P P P P Department store P P P Drug Store or pharmacy P P P P P P P P P Dry cleaners or laundromat, retail P P P P P P P P P Florist, plant or gift shop P P P P P P P P P Food or grocery store P P P P P P P P P Fortune tellers, astrologists, psychics, palmists, etc. Funeral homes P P P P Furniture sales P P P P P P P P P Garden center or plant nursery w/o P P P outside bulk material storage) Hardware store P P P P P P P Health club or spa, exercise, P P P P(4) P P P P P exercise instruction or dance facility Home electronic sales, lease or P P P P P P P P service Home improvement center P Hotel / motel P P P P Interior design and decorating shop P P P P P P P P Jewelry store P P P P P P P P P Lawn mower sales & service P Locksmith P P P P P P P P Motor vehicle parts, retail P P P P P Motor vehicle sales agency C Motor vehicle sales lot (used) Motor vehicle showroom P (1) P P Music store P P P P P P P P Newspaper, magazine or tobacco P P P P P P P P P store Nightclub C C C C Office equipment sales, lease & P P P P P P service Pawn Shop Pet grooming services (3) P P P P P P P Pet store (w/o kennels) P P P P P P P P Photographic studios P P P P P P P P P Photographic stores, retail P P P P P P P P P Physical culture establishment (2) C Restaurant P P P P P P P P P Restaurant, fast food P P P P P P P P P School, vocational, trade or business P P P Shoe repair P P P P P P P P Shoe store, sales (retail) P P P P P P P P P Sporting goods, retail (not boats) P P P P P P P P P Tailor or Dressmaker P P P P P P P P Theater, commercial P P P P P Theater, non-profit community P P P P P P P P Thrift shop P P P P P P P Variety retail P P P P P P P P P Variety, sundry or candy store P P P P P P P P P Veterinary clinic P P P P P P P P Video, movie store (non-adult) P P P P P P P P P Self-Storage
15 Table VI-501-A Primary Uses Allowed in the Commercial Zones Use Categories CN CBN NT CT CP CSC-N CSC-C CSC-R CG P= Permitted Use C= Major Conditional Use MC= Minor Conditional Use blank = Prohibited Use Vehicle Repair INDUSTRIAL USE CATEGORIES Industrial Service Only industrial service use types below Printing shop P P P P P P P P Taxi or limousine dispatching service P(1) P P Taxi or limousine operations facility P Tool & equipment rental P P Manufacturing and Production Only manufacturing and production use types below Artist, sculptor, potter, weaver,etc. P P studios Warehouse and Freight Movement Waste-Related Wholesale Sales Only wholesale sale use types below Wholesale facility (w/o manufacturing onsite) INSTITUTIONAL USE CATEGORIES Basic Utilities P P P P P P P P P Colleges P P P P Community Services Only community service use types below Library P P P P P P P P All other community services; except short term housing, mass shelters, labor pool, halfway houses, food pantries, and soup kitchens. C Day Care Only day care use types below Adult day care P P P P P P P P Child care P P P P P P P P Family day care P P P P P P P P Medical Centers Parks & Open Space Only park use types below Cemeteries, columbaria & mausoleums P P P P P P P Park P P P P P P P P P Private Clubs P P P P P P P P Yacht club Religious Institutions P P P P P P P P Schools P P P P P P OTHER USE CATEGORIES Aviation and Surface Passenger Only Aviation and Surface Passenger Terminal use types below Terminals Bus & transportation terminals C (1) P Detention Facilities Radio and Frequency Transmission Facilities Only Radio and Frequency Transmission Facility use types below Commercial Wireless Telecommunication Towers C C C C C C C C C Rail Lines and Utility Corridors Notes for Table VI-501A: (1) Storage limitation. No on site permanent vehicle storage allowed. (2) Adult use limitation. See specific restrictions in Article 4, Division 4 of this code. (3) Pet grooming limitation. No boarding, kennel or veterinary services are permitted. (4) Location limitation. Use must be located above first floor of the building.
16 Table VI-503-A Development Standards in the Commercial Zones Standard CN CBN NT CT CP CSCN CSCC CSCR CG Maximum Density See Sect. VI-503 (B) (dwelling units / acre) See Below See Below See Below See Below See Below Single & Two Family 13 Multiple Family Assisted Living Community residential home Dormitories, educational 13 None 25 Group home facility Nursing Home None 35 Mixed Use Development (6) Hotel / Motel (guest units/acre) See Sect VI-503 (C) Maximum FAR See Sect. VI-503 (C) 2.0 Minimum Zoning Lot Size: - Min lot area - Min lot width 1 acre 150 ft. 4 acres 200 ft. 10 acres 300 ft. 25 acres 600 ft. Maximum Height 35 ft. 35 ft.(12) 25 ft. 35 ft. 35 ft. 35 ft. 35 ft. 50 ft. 45 ft. See Sect. VI-503(E) (3) Building Setbacks: See Sect. VI-503(F) - Min. front 20 ft. 20 ft. 10 ft. - Max. front - Min. side - Min. rear 0 ft. (1) 15 ft ft. (2) 0 ft. (2) 10 ft. (4) 0 ft. (5) 15 ft. 5 ft. (7) 0 ft. 0 ft. 10 ft. 10 ft. 50 ft (9) 50 ft. (9) 50 ft. (9) 50 ft. (9) 50 ft. (9) 50 ft. (9) 50 ft. (9) 50 ft. (9) 50 ft. (9) Maximum Building Coverage 30% 30 % 30 % 30 % (8) Optional Building Roof Lighting No No No Yes No No No No No See Sect. VI-505 (G) Ground Floor Windows Apply See Sect. VI-503 (H) No Yes No Yes No No No No No Screening Requirements Apply See Sect. VI-503 (I) No Yes No Yes No No No No No Pedestrian Standards Apply See Sect. VI-503 (J) No Yes No No No No No No No Exterior Display, Storage and Work Activity Requirements Apply See Sect. VI-503 (K) Yes Yes Yes Yes (10) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Special Standards Apply See Sect. VI-504 No No Yes No Yes No No No No Other Regulations The regulations in this division state the allowed uses and development standards for the base zones. Sites with overlay zones are subject to additional regulations. The official zoning maps indicate which sites are subject to these additional regulations. General standards that may be applicable are found in division 1 of this article. Specific uses or development types may also be subject to Article VII Regulations of General Applicability. 0 ft. (1) 15 ft.
17 Table VI-503A Notes: CN, CG DISTRICTS (1) Minimum side yard setback is eight (8) ft. where property abuts residentially zoned property. CBN DISTRICT (2) Minimum setback is fifteen (15) ft. where property abuts residential. (12) Maximum building height may be increased to forty-five (45) ft. for contiguous parcels that abut the intersection of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Way and Osprey Avenue. NT DISTRICT (3) Maximum height for hotels / motels, theaters and third floor residential is thirty-five (35) feet. (4) Unenclosed balconies may extend two (2) feet on the second and third floor; unenclosed porches on the ground floor and marquees and awnings above the ground floor may extend five (5) feet into the front yard setback. (5) Minimum side setback adjacent to residential use and fronting on N. Tamiami, eight (8) ft.; adjacent to residential use and fronting side streets intersecting with N. Tamiami fifteen (15) feet. CT DISTRICT (6) Residential must be located above the first floor of the building. (7) Minimum setback is zero feet above the first story. New buildings with upper stories that project over the first story, must have the projection cantilevered without ground supports. New awnings, canopies, marquees and similar features may not encroach into the public right of way along the front property line. (10) The display of merchandise on doors open to the outside is prohibited. CP DISTRICT (8) If interior structured parking is utilized, for at least fifty (50) percent of the minimum required parking for a project, the maximum site coverage for the floors uses exclusively for parking shall be fifty (50) percent. CSC-N, CSC-C, CSC-R DISTRICTS (9) Minimum setback is one hundred (100) feet where property abuts residentially zoned property. (Ord. No , sec. 7, ; Ord. No ; Sec. 2, ; Ord. No , ; Ord. No , ; Ord. No , ; Ord. No , )
18 Section VI-504. Special CBN, NT and CP Development Standards. A. North Trail (NT) District 1. Site plan review is required in accordance with Article IV, Division Exterior lighting shall be provided for nighttime illumination of display areas, parking lots, walkways, entrances, and exits. These areas shall be lit, at a minimum, one-half hour after sunset and one-half hour before sunrise during hours of operation. The use of a photoelectric switch is highly recommended. 3. Prohibited hours of operation are from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m., except as otherwise provided in subsection (5)(b). Urgent care centers, colleges, universities, restaurants, theaters, hotels, and motels, residential uses, bed and breakfast inns, and existing radio and television stations, transmitters, bars, and taverns are excluded from this restriction. All other allowable uses shall apply for a Major Conditional Use to extend their hours of operation. 4. Preparation and storage areas shall be conducted within a completely enclosed building, except as permissible under subsection 6 below. Outdoor recreational facilities such as swimming pools or tennis courts are permitted. 5. Trash and garbage shall be stored within closed containers or recycling containers that are screened from general view. 6. In order to develop a zoning lot for nonresidential use, the zoning lot shall have frontage on North Tamiami Trail (U.S. 41), 10th Street, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Way, Myrtle Street, or University Parkway (f/k/a DeSoto Road). A zoning lot which does not meet the frontage requirement on one of the above-described streets may be integrated into a site and development plan with another zoning lot which has frontage on one of the above-described streets, regardless of whether there is an intervening street or alley between the zoning lot lacking such frontage and the zoning lot abutting one of the above-described streets. A zoning lot that is developed for nonresidential use as of January 1, 1994, which does not satisfy the requirements of this subsection, shall be exempt from such requirement. [Sec ] (Ord. No , ) 7. Curb cut requirements a. No new curb cuts are allowed on North Tamiami Trail within seventy (70) feet of the projected curbline of any intersecting public street. b. Two (2) curb cuts on North Tamiami Trail may be allowed if there is not access available from a side street or alley. The total width of both driveways shall not exceed fifty (50) percent of the property frontage on North Tamiami Trail. c. All other Florida Department of Transportation and city regulations regarding curb cuts and driveways shall be met.
19 8. Location of off-street parking. [Sec ] Parking shall be permitted in required yards. (Ord. No , ) 9. Pedestrian-related design features. [Sec ] a. Direct pedestrian access shall be provided from the principal entrance of the building to the sidewalk on North Tamiami Trail or side street, if any. Pedestrian access shall be provided from rear parking facilities to the ground floor uses, either through rear or side building entrances, pedestrian ways along the perimeter of buildings, or by pedestrian throughways that connect the rear parking lots to the sidewalks along North Tamiami Trail. Pedestrian throughways may be exterior and located between buildings or may be incorporated into the interior design of a structure. Pedestrian throughway shall be a minimum of six (6) feet wide, well lighted and visually accessible from either the interior of the building or street and parking areas. The intention is to provide a safe and aesthetically pleasing environment. b. Parking, vehicular service areas, and all pedestrian areas shall be well lighted to provide both a secure and aesthetically pleasing environment. Lighting shall be directed away from adjacent residential properties and roadways. c. Combined ground floor and second floor building frontage on all front yards shall contain a minimum of fifteen (15) percent transparent or translucent materials per gross area of frontage. (Ord. No , Sec. 12, ; Ord. No , )
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CITY OF FOLLY BEACH 1 st Reading: August 14 th, 2018 Introduced by: Mayor Tim Goodwin 2 nd Reading: Date: August 14th, 2018 ORDINANCE 11-18 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 161 (DEFINITIONS) SECTION 161.02,
ARTICLE 426. PD 426. SEC. 51P-426.101. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY. PD 426 was established by Ordinance No. 22741, passed by the Dallas City Council on April 24, 1996. Ordinance No. 22741 amended Ordinance No.
FOR SALE/LEASE FOR SALE $149,900 FOR LEASE $13.75/sf Modified Net 1027 Voluntown Rd., Griswold 1,440sf+/- commercial bldg. with full basement (total 2,880sf) 0.96 acre Zone C-1 15 parking spaces John Jensen,
Royal Crown Plaza 671 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte, FL 33953 Listing ID: 29948668 Status: Active Property Type: Shopping Center For Sale (also listed as Vacant Land, Office) Retail Type: Community Center,
ATTACHMENT 5c Draft Implementation Program Inland Zoning Ordinance Changes and Ordinance of Adoption (Additions are shown in double underline text and deletions are shown in strikeout.) ORDINANCE NO. AN
ARTICLE 408. PD 408. SEC. 51P-408.101. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY. PD 408 was established by Ordinance No. 22435, passed by the Dallas City Council on May 24, 1995. Ordinance No. 22435 amended Ordinance No. 19455,
ARTICLE 847. PD 847. SEC. 51P-847.101. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY. PD 847 was established by Ordinance No. 28186, passed by the Dallas City Council on April 27, 2011. (Ord. 28186) SEC. 51P-847.102. PROPERTY LOCATION
ICB IDAHO COMMERCIAL BROKERAGE Deer Flat Rd. Kuna High School 31,448 SF 252,045 SF 31,425 SF AVAILABLE 64,621 SF 46,438 SF 49,861 SF PENDING (Single Family Housing) 51,576 SF 51,576 SF 51,905 SF N. Meridian
For Sale or Lease reet Chatham, Illinois Medical Office Bldg. List Price $595,000 Property Details Highly Visible Building Suitable For A Variety Of Businesses Daily Traffic Count: 14,400 New roof added
Residential-1 District City of Barnum, Minnesota Zoning District Information Sheet It is the purpose of the R-1 District to encourage the establishment and the preservation of residential neighborhoods
910 S. CEDAR RIDGE DRIVE RETAIL/OFFICE/WAREHOUSE PROPERTY FOR LEASE Duncanville, TX 75137 OFFERING SUMMARY Available SF: 3,126 SF PROPERTY OVERVIEW Previous print shop; retail space with warehouse. Lease
Office Space Offered for Sale Oland Professional Center Condominium 3402 Olandwood Court, Olney, Maryland 20832 Montgomery County Overview The offering is for the sale of one office space consisting of
90+/- Acres of Commercial Land 90+/-Acres D-19 Southwest corner of I-96 & D-19 Marion Township, Michigan F O R S A L E Exclusively listed by Mark W. Szerlag, CCIM Partner T: 248.476.3700 F: 248.476.3560
S t a f f R e p o r t Re-Zoning C a s e N u m b e r R # 6-17 Lo c at i o n m a p/a e r i a l P h oto g r a p h Subject Property 102 Hospital Ave NW (NCPIN 2850202045) N S u m m a r y Owner JOSEPH & BETTY
The Township is divided into the districts set forth by this chapter and as shown by the district boundaries on the Official Zoning District Map. The zoning districts are: C-D Conservation District A-1
All 37 Attachment 4 SCHEDULE OF REGULATIONS 6 Part 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 Minimum Yard Dimensions Building Density Height Lot Minimum Floor Area Conditional Uses Area Width Depth Coverage (dwelling units per
Property Highlights Large open layout, which can accommodate a large retailer, grocery store, gym, etc. Retail Building Currently configured with locker rooms, offices, daycare room, and private bathrooms
For Lease 717.293.4477 1827 FREEDOM ROAD SUITE 101 LANCASTER, PA 17601 Table of Contents 1827 Freedom Road, Suite 101 Property Information Sheet Property Photos Location Maps Aerial Photo/Tax Map Zoning
ARTICLE 535. PD 535. C.F. Hawn Special Purpose District No. 3 SEC. 51P-535.101. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY. PD 535 was established by Ordinance No. 23988, passed by the Dallas City Council on August 25, 1999.
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CITY OF ITHACA, MICHIGAN ORDINANCE NO. 2018-01 AMENDING CHAPTER 40: ZONING, OF THE CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES An Ordinance to Amend Chapter 40: Zoning; Article 12: C-1 Central Business District of the Code
ARTICLE 533. PD 533. C.F. Hawn Special Purpose District No. 1 SEC. 51P-533.101. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY. PD 533 was established by Ordinance No. 23780, passed by the Dallas City Council on February 10, 1999.
6.25 MX-1 - MIXED USE NEIGHBORHOOD 6.25.1 INTENT: The purpose of the MX-1 Mixed Use Neighborhood District is to accommodate the development of a wide-range of residential and compatible non-residential
EXHIBIT D 1636 North Main Street PUD Amended Written Description July 19, 2016 I. PROJECT DESCRIPTION Applicant proposes to rezone approximately.11 acres of property from CCG-S to PUD. The parcel is located
THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENT IS FOR INFORMATIONAL UROSES ONLY. LEASE CONTACT THE CITY OF COCOA, LANNING & ZONING DIVISION FOR COMLETE INFORMATION. THANK YOU. The provisions of this district are intended to provide
Amherst County Board of Supervisors County Ordinance No. 2012-0003 AN ORDINANCE, NO. 2012-0003 Defining and establishing the RMU-1 Zoning District. Approved as to form by the County Attorney FIRST READING: