FL School Board May Be Unable To Build On $1.2 Million Tract

Citrus County School Board members this week are hastily trying to wade through the complexities of Florida's Development of Regional Impact rules to understand what can be done with a $1.2 million plot they've purchased.
April 19, 2002, 12pm PDT | Abhijeet Chavan | @legalaidtech
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The big question the Citrus County School Board wants to answer is whether the school district will ever be able to build on the 150-acre tract, because after the sale, they learned that the property will still be included in the Betz Farm Development of Regional Impact. Being in a "DRI" means the land is bound by strict restrictions that were worked out with the state. Changing that plan significantly, such as erecting a building, could trigger complicated and expensive state review.

Thanks to Sheryl Stolzenberg

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Published on Wednesday, April 17, 2002 in The St. Petersburg Times

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