UEA study area

UEA study area

Policy LU-8I in the Miami-Dade County Comprehensive Development Master Plan (CDMP) directs the County to study the area depicted on the map below for possible designation as an Urban Expansion Area (UEA).

The UEAs represent areas where the Board of County Commissioners may authorize urban expansion if certain criteria in the CDMP are met, and if there is a demonstrated need for urban development to occur beyond the Urban Development Boundary.

The public is invited to attend one of two upcoming public meetings to receive information and provide input related to the study.

10:00 AM, Saturday, June 8, 2019

and

6:00 PM, Monday, June 10, 2019

South Dade Regional Library

10750 SW 211 Street, Cutler Bay, FL 33189

If additional information is needed, please contact Kimberly Brown at (305) 375-4724 or brownk@miamidade.gov.

(1) comment

kritter

i live in that study area and went to the meeting on monday night. the room was filled with very concerned individuals that also live in the study area. we concluded that developers pay off officials to get them to change the boundary lines. one woman, who said she worked for developers, said they are building expensive homes in opa-locka and liberty city and want to move out the existing low-income residents to urban naranja. enticing them with new apartments and public transportation at the doorstep. i guess this constitutes the “demonstrated need for urban development to occur beyond the Urban Development Boundary.” greedy developers are getting the ok from our officials to build these monstrosities on farm land. in other words, they are destroying the redlands.

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