Save Sea Oats Beach

KEEP SEA OATS BEACH ZONED as a CONSERVATION AREA! 

The village of Islamorada is considering amending the future land use map for the south end of Sea Oats Beach, (approximately mile maker 74.5) from CONSERVATION (C) to RESIDENTIAL MEDIUM(RM)/RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY (R1) based on the request of The Kauai Family limited Family Partnership LLC. The Islamorada Local Planning Agency will hold a public hearing on January 14 2013 at 5:30pm at the Founders Park Community Center, 87000 Overseas Highway, Islamorada Florida 33036.  The conservation of the south end of Sea Oats Beach can be preserved!  


This beach is a vital resource to the community. One of the last remaining natural spaces!  I Urge families, students, fishing enthusiasts, and anyone who loves Islamorada to SAY NO to re-zoning the south end of Sea Oats Beach from Conservation to Residential.  Keep Sea Oats Beach Green, Natural and Conserved!  Attend the Meeting! Sign the petition! Protect Sea Oats Beach! KEEP SEA OATS BEACH zoned as CONSERVATION!



We the undersigned, agree that Islamorada Village of Islands should not amend zoning on the south end of Sea Oats Beach (approximatley  mile marker 74.5) from CONSERVATION (C) to RESIDENTAIL MEDIUM (RM) / RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY (R1) based on the request of the Kauai Limited Family Partnership.  We feel that the the loss of the small amount of Conserved natural area that we have left would have a negative impact on the Islamorada Community.   We sign the Petition because we care about the ell being of Islamorada and the quality of life which will be permanently and negatively impacted by the amendment from Conservation to Residential.

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