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Letter from Commissioner Russell’s Office Re: PZAB Meeting on 7/31

The following email was sent to residents from Commissioner Russell’s office regarding the proposed new NCD language: Good Afternoon, I’d like to thank you for reaching out to Commissioner Ken Russell about the item coming before the Planning and Zoning Appeals Board tonight. We have heard from many residents concerned about lot-splitting and share that […]

Next Steps

Greetings Coconut Grove Residents! Thank you for attending the launch of the Grove Watch Group at Plymouth Church in February.  Since then our collective of volunteer Coconut Grove residents has been working toward our next steps. Please join us in the fall for our Next Steps community meeting.  We’ll send details about the date, time […]

Letter to Commissioner Russell RE: 2890 Virginia St

Thank you to all the neighbors who attended the April 19th Planning, Zoning and Appeals Board meeting and the 296 (and counting!) neighbors who signed the petition against the land use designation change from residential to commercial for 2890 Virginia St. (see our blog post here). Your voices were heard! The developer’s request for a […]

Endangered Trees on Raynolds

Unfortunately, there are two very large Oaks that the developer who bought the house at 4160 Raynolds Avenue plans on taking down. These two trees are so large, I couldn’t get them all into the picture. They form what is essentially a part of the landscape that makes these two lots so beautiful. They are […]
Keep Coconut Grove residential neighborhood from becoming “Medium Density Commercial”

Keep Coconut Grove residential neighborhood from becoming “Medium Density Commercial”

Our neighbors have appealed a decision to allow the change of a residential property with 65 residences from residential to commercial, which will increase traffic and reduce the number of affordable residences in Coconut Grove, a trend that will further alter the character of the Grove. Please sign the petition and attend the hearing on […]
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