Manatee County Government Administrative Center Commission Chambers, First Floor 9:00 a.m. - September 11, 2014
September 11, 2014 -Planning Commission
Agenda Item #6

PA-14-04-Ordinance 14-34-DTS20140263-Bayshore Blackrock-Legislative


Contact and/or Presenter Information

Kathleen Thompson

Planning Manager

941-748-4501 ext. 6841

Action Requested


Based upon the evidence presented, comments made at the Public Hearing, the technical support documents and finding the request to be CONSISTENT with the Community Planning Act as codified in applicable portions of Chapter 163, Part II, Florida Statutes and the Manatee County Comprehensive Plan, I move to recommend APPROVAL of Plan Amendment PA-14-04, as recommended by staff.



Enabling/Regulating Authority

Manatee County Comprehensive Plan

Manatee County Land Development Code

Background Discussion

The small scale amendment site is less than 2 acres of a larger parcel (75±
acres) owned by the School Board of Manatee County.

The site is home to the original Bayshore High School which has since been demolished and reconstructed further south on the parcel.

The School Board of Manatee County designated the amendment site as surplus and entered into a contract to sell 1.64± acres to 24/7 Development Holdings, LLC.

The amendment site is part of an obsolete parking lot area that was used by the former high school.

The applicant is requesting a Future Land Use Map amendment from the existing future land use category of P/SP(2) [(Public/Semi-Public(2)] to R/O/R (Retail/Office/Residential).

The retail/office/residential (R/O/R) future land use designation exists at the northwest and southwest corners. The northeast corner (Boys Club site) is a residential future land use designation (RES-6) that has the potential for neighborhood serving commercial uses.

The applicant also submitted a concurrent rezone request to amend the existing PDPI (Planned Development Public Interest) zoning district to the GC (General Commercial) zoning district. (Z-14-03) The zoning will not become effective until the plan amendment is effective.

Per Florida Statutes 163.3187, a small scale amendment of 10 acres or less requires only one hearing before the Planning Commission and one hearing before the BOCC. The amendment becomes effective 31 days after board approval if not challenged.

Staff recommends approval.

County Attorney Review
Other (Requires explanation in field below)

Explanation of Other
Sarah Schenk reviewed and responded on August 12, 2014

Reviewing Attorney

Instructions to Board Records

Cost and Funds Source Account Number and Name

Amount and Frequency of Recurring Costs

Attachment:  Copy of Newspaper Advertising - Bayshore Blackrock PA - PA-14-04 - Bradenton Herald - 9-11-2014 PC.pdf
Attachment:  Copy of Newspaper Advertising - Bayshore Blackrock PA - PA-14-04 - Sarasota Herald Tribune - 9-11-2014 PC.pdf
Attachment:  Staff Report - PA-14-04 Ord. 14-34 Bayshore Blackrock 9-11-14 pc.pdf