In every neighborhood, on every street – day after day there are innumerable new homes being built in Coconut Grove that are enormous structures creating a new feel of a concrete jungle amongst our canopied historic lanes. One way to put a stop to the over-scaled building in our neighborhoods is to ask the city […]
Grove Watch Group issues a monthly digest of information that pertains to protecting the character of Coconut Grove which makes our home such a desirable place to live and work. Important Neighborhood Conservation District (NCD) Code Changes After many months of meetings and public input, the City of Miami Planning and Zoning Department proposed some […]
A message from Grove 2030 – re: NCD workshops this weekend Sat 9:30 – 12:30 at Armbrister Park – please attend!
David Villano of Grove 2030 made the following statement regarding the NCD workshops this weekend and on October 28th. We can’t stress enough how important it is for AS MANY Coconut Grove residents who support reasonable improvements in the NCD to show up and support the efforts to improve the NCD, which is truly at […]
An amendment to the Neighborhood Conservation District Code pertaining to the diminishment (splitting) of lots is on the agenda (PZAB 5) for tomorrow’s (Oct. 4) Planning, Zoning and Appeals Board Meeting at 6:30 pm, City Hall. This will be one of several opportunites to discuss the changes to the Code before it is finalized. Please […]
Grove Watch Group / Grove 2030’s community meeting scheduled for Sept 19 at Plymouth Congregational Church has been POSTPONED due to Hurricane Irma. We will reschedule this meeting for a date to be announced soon. In the meantime, our best thoughts are with you as we come together as a community to recover from Irma’s […]