LUPIN UPDATE: Planning commission narrowly advances Inlet Beach development

Lupin development

A proposed rendering of the project.

Molly Mosher
Published: Friday, October 12, 2012 at 10:45 AM.

THURSDAY NIGHT UPDATE: The proposed Lupin Beach project was discussed at great length and ultimately squeaked through the Planning Commission at a meeting Oct. 11.

The room was packed with people, a handful of whom were there to speak out on the project, but the planning commission would not hear comments that did not deal with the technical aspects of the project.

The technical aspects were storm water, utilities, and roadways.

Heather Whitmore, planner on the project, said that on those three fronts, the project is in compliance and requested an approval of the technical plan.

“We have reviewed the plan … and all of the technical aspects of the code adhere to the comprehensive plan,” said Whitmore. “We have ensured full compliance of the development order… issued in 2010.”

She mentioned a condition, that a final permit be issued per seaward-lying structure as EBSCO begins construction on each.

“We recommend you approve this and recommend approval as you forward it on to the Board of County Commissioners,” said Whitmore.

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