Archive for the 'GP2020' Category

Good News for Most

Posted on November 13 2009 by admin

After several years of not being successful in getting clear and unambiguous answers about how GP2020 (GPU) will affect my property it seems that if hundreds of concerned landowners call, write, email, and show up at meetings the importance on clarifying things and supplying statements that commit the DPLU gets elevated. Prior to the meeting […]

Report: DPLU Hearing Nov 6

Posted on November 6 2009 by admin

Two Steps Forward One Step Back   —     —     — As advertised the meeting was the General Plan Staff presenting to the commissioners  and “interested parties” and the community groups presenting afterward.  I will fill in details later. Of interest is what happens in the hallway.  (isn’t it always that way?) Maps were posted along […]

GP2020 PUBLIC comment dates Nov. 19 &20

Posted on October 29 2009 by admin

To speak email:  with your name, email address, phone number, and community (Ocotillo Wells) for a speaking time now. The enviro nuts are about to get their way and zone Ocotillo Wells out of existence with 40 acre and 160 acre minimums for building! They are doing this as quietly as possible.  Get pissed, […]

Criminally Stupid Water rule!

Posted on October 28 2009 by admin

If you thought it was just about zoning density think again.  There is another back door property grabbing effort underway in the proposed GP2020 plan.  The proposed plan will require each parcel to be able to supply all of it’s water needs through rainfall on the parcel itself as a measure of the ability of […]

Caught in government’s vise: making a “willing seller”

Posted on October 3 2009 by admin

By Henry Lamb web posted May 23, 2005 For years, Jesse James Hardy tried valiantly to avoid the day when the State of Florida would take his 160-acre “patch of heaven,” 30 miles east of Naples. He spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in engineering studies and legal fees, trying to convince the state that […]

GP2020 Claims Stakeholders Input is Over

Posted on September 24 2009 by admin

Did they contact you?  Did they tell you that they want to make your land useless?  Do you think that you are a stakeholder in this process?  What happens after they vote next Fall?  Will they tell you then what they did and claim that you had years to get involved?  Are you going to […]