A few months ago, didn’t the council say: “No more Used [
Car ] Boat Lots in Port Orange” ? What has changed?
On Dec 13, 2013, at 6:31 AM, “Dianne Gardner” <email@example.com> wrote:
December 13, 2013
Mr. Greg Kisela
City of Port Orange
Port Orange, Florida
re: Atlantic Marine Development -Case No. 13-65-000001 Atlantic Marine Planned Commercial Development
Dear Mr. Kisela:
Please consider this a formal request under the Freedom of Information Act for any document held by the City of Port Orange that is related to the Atlantic Marine Development project and Jack Wiles. This development directly abuts my home at 618 Ruth Street and six other Ruth Street homeowners and all of the homeowners on Powers Avenue.
This request has become necessary due to a total lack of communication with us and transparency on how the city is handling the Atlantic Marine Development and its association with Jack Wiles, agent for the development.
This request relates to any printed documents, minutes of meetings, emails, internal memos, or electronic information held on computers, etc.
We and our neighbor have sent emails to you and others mentioned in the address line requesting information, clarification and help with this development which has already negatively impacted our neighborhood. We have received no response nor have phone calls been returned.
Very truly yours,
Dianne Templeton Gardner
618 Ruth Street
Port Orange, Florida 32127
386-527-1641 -Dianne Gardner
386-527-1959 -Mike Gardner
|To:||“Dianne Gardner” <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Cc:||“Allen Green” <AllenG@port-orange.org> “Jack Wiles” <email@example.com>|
Mrs. Gardner: by copy of this e-mail I am asking Robin Fenwick, the City Clerk, to assemble the information you have requested.
As it relates to the project, I am under the impression a neighborhood meeting was being organized to share with any interested party the details of the development. I believe the project is tentatively scheduled to go before the City’s Planning Commission in January and then to the City Council. By copy of this e-mail I am asking Wayne Clark, the City’s Community Development Director, to confirm if my understanding is correct.
We do have a fence permit request. I have directed Community Development to retain a licensed surveyor to review the assortment of surveys that have been submitted to try to determine the correct boundary for the fence.
I also understand that a permit was issued to remove some trees on the property that is slated for storage of boats. I do not know the status of that work.
Please advise if I have missed any pertinent information that you desire clarified.