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					          NASSAU COUNTY DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE
                  96161 Nassau Place, Yulee, Florida 32097
                          Public Service Building
                   REGULAR MEETING April 29, 2008


9:00 am

                          Sign-off/Variation of Development Plans/Plats



                          Distribution of New Submittals and Re-Submittals

                          West Meadow Plantation, SP07-014
                          West Meadow Plantation, plat
                          Celebration Baptist Church, SP07-044
                          Azalea Point Plaza, PUD, SP07-032
                          Greene Terrace Subdivision, plat



                          Status of All Current Projects

9:30                     John Cotner/ (904) 277-4593
                         5572 Gregg Street/ American Beach
                         Preliminary Discussion


10:00

10:30




             Additional Approvals and/or Distributions as Necessary
NASSAU COUNTY DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE STATUS REPORT

Site Plans/Plats by Commissioner's District
District 1 - Jim B. Higginbotham

District 2 – Mike Boyle
American Beach Community Center, SP08-002
Azalea Point Plaza, SP07-032
Bailey Road Improvements/ Amelia Island Parkway Roundabout, SP07-029
Dunes Lodge, PUD, SP07-022
Gerbing Gardens, plat
Living Waters World Outreach Church, Phase 1, SP08-006
Oyster Bay Harbours, Johnson, Bay, Contessa Islands, SP07-015
Spencer Cove, Lot 1, replat
Woodbridge Village 4-9, plat

District 3 - Tom Branan
Amelia Concourse, Phase III, SP07-024
Amelia Concourse, Phase III, plat
Amelia Station, PUD, SP07-028
Blackrock Cove, SP06-025
Blackrock Cove, Plat
Blackheath Park, SP07-005
Blackheath Park, re-plat
Celebration Baptist Church, SP07-044
First Coast Community Bank, SP08-010
Hampton Lakes, Phase II, plat
Heritage Oaks, SP06-014
Heritage Oaks, Plat
Landings at Lofton Creek, SP07-039
Landings at Lofton Creek, plat
Miner Pines, SP08-003
Miner Pines, plat
Oakwoods, Re-plat
Shuckers Oyster House, SP08-005
Stow-A-Way Storage, Bldg. C Addition, SP07-034
The Shoppes at Midtown, SP07-040
Trevett-Tradeplex, SP08-007
Tyler Plaza West, SP08-008
Village of Amelia, SP07-016

 District 4 - Barry Holloway
Lonesome Oak Estates, plat
Taylor Estates, plat
Tompkins Landing, SP07-030
Tompkins Landing, plat
Verizon Wireless Telecommunications Tower, SP08-009

District 5 – Marianne Marshall
Bent Oaks Plantation, SP07-006
Bent Oaks Plantation, plat
Chandlers Meadow, Phase 1, plat
Clear Lake Estates, Unit Two, plat
Crawford Landing, plat
Davis Road Improvements, SP07-033
Greene Terrace, SP07-004
Greene Terrace, plat
Hawks Landing, plat
Hawks Landing, SP07-003
Kelly R.V. Park, SP08-004

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Nassau Funeral Home, SP08-011
Pineridge Road Estates
Plummer Creek, Unit One, SP06-028 (revised)
Timber Creek Commercial, SP06-059
Tupelo Plantation West, plat
West Meadow Plantation, SP07-014
West Meadow Plantation, plat




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SITE PLANS/PLATS UPDATE


AMELIA CONCOURSE, PHASE III, SP07-024
RS-2, 172 lots, 77.56 acres, located on the Amelia Concourse, south of North Hampton, Yulee area.
Developer: Submittal: 2 August 2007, distributed: 7 August 2007. Re-Submittal: 27 September 2007,
distributed: 2 October 2007. Re-Submittal: 29 November 2007, distributed: 4 December 2007.
Building: 16 August 2007: approved as submitted.
Computerized Plans: 8 January 2008: approved as submitted.
Concurrency: 8 January 2008: Concurrency is vested to the extent that the MSBU development order
remains valid; that the limitations, requirements, and obligations of the development order are adhered to
by the developer; and the development remains compliant with the applicable zoning and comprehensive
plan terms. If it is determined that the development has exceeded the square footage/units which were
awarded in the MSBU, or has not fully complied with the conditions of the MSBU, vesting is no longer
applicable and the development will be subject to concurrency review.
Engineering:        10 December 2007: approved as submitted.
Fire/Rescue: 8 August 2007: approved as submitted.
Growth Management : 12 December 2007: approved as submitted.
Health:     18 December 2007: approved as submitted.
Traffic: 10 December 2007: approved as submitted.
SJRWMD: #4-089-65409-9, issue date: 9 May 2006.

AMELIA CONCOURSE, PHASE III, PLAT
RS-2, 172 lots, 77.56 acres, located on the Amelia Concourse, south of North Hampton, Yulee area.
Developer: Submittal: 2 August 2007, distributed: 7 August 2007. Re-Submittal: 11 October 2007,
distributed: 16 October 2007. Re-Submittal: 6 December 2007, distributed: 11 December 2007.
Building: 16 August 2007: approved as submitted.
Computerized Plans:        8 January 2008: approved as submitted.
Concurrency:       8 January 2008: Concurrency is vested to the extent that the MSBU development order
remains valid; that the limitations, requirements, and obligations of the development order are adhered to
by the developer; and the development remains compliant with the applicable zoning and comprehensive
plan terms. If it is determined that the development has exceeded the square footage/units which were
awarded in the MSBU, or has not fully complied with the conditions of the MSBU, vesting is no longer
applicable and the development will be subject to concurrency review.
Engineering: 31 December 2007: 1. The majority of our comments have been answered and the plat is
acceptable. The only problem remaining is the status of the illegal turn lane. Connelly and Wicker has
been working on this and my review indicated that there was a possible drainage problem and street lights
will be needed at this new intersection. When these issues are resolved, the plat will be approved. In
reviewing the plat it was noticed that there are several approval statements with a “2007” year, they will
need to be changed to “2008”. It was also noticed on Sheet 2 that general notes 12 and 16 referred to your
plans dated June 1, 2007. You may wish to change the date to that of the approved plans.
Fire/Rescue: 7 August 2007: approved as submitted.
Growth Management:          12 December 2007: approved as submitted.
Health:     18 December 2007: approved as submitted.
Traffic: 31 December 2007: see Engineering comments.
911 Addressing: 17 October 2007: approved as submitted.
SJRWMD: #4-089-65409-9, issue date: 9 May 2006.

AMELIA STATION, PUD, SP07-028
 PUD, 110,027 sf, 3 existing, 11 proposed with 592 parking spaces on approximately 25.22 acres, located
on Lofton Square Boulevard, Yulee area.
Developer: Submittal: 16 August 2007, distributed: 21 August 2007. Re-Submittal: 13 December 2007,
distributed: 18 December 2007. Re-Submittal: 13 March 2008, distributed: 18 March 2008.
Building:     7 April 2008: approved as submitted.
Computerized Plans: 21 August 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
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Concurrency:        21 August 2007: awaiting comment.
Engineering:         2 April 2008: PREVIOUS COMMENTS: #7. The dumpster locations need to be
moved to a point where trucks do not back into the existing street. #24. All exits from the parking area
onto the existing street on the north sides must have stop signs and stop bars.
Fire/Rescue: 18 December 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 10 January 2008: approved as submitted.
Growth Management: 27 March 2008: PREVIOUS COMMENTS: #3. Comment #3 actually refers to
35.09E regarding dumpster enclosures (the code you quoted in last response is 35.09C). All dumpsters
within 1,000 feet of A1A must meet the requirement for screening and provision of a “wall” as screening
feature. A “Wall which is 100% opaque in conjunction with landscaping”. #4. Please note on landscape
plans that ground covers shall be planted to achieve finished appearance within one year.
Traffic: 2 April 2008: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: #40-089-71926-3 issue date: 28 March 2008.

AMERICAN BEACH COMMUNITY CENTER, PHASE 1, SP08-002
PUD, 5,376 sf, 19 parking spaces, 2.0 acres, located on Julia Street, Fernandina Beach area.
Developer: Submittal: 24 January 2008, distributed: 29 January 2008.
Building: 11 February 2008: 1. Provide one additional accessible fire exit/ entrance with ramp per code.
(2004 FBC, Chapter 11, Section 4.1.3(8)(ii). 2. Provide additional spot elevations in the accessible route
to indicate 1:20 maximum slope in the direction of travel and note: cross slope N.T.E. 2%. 3. Provide
elevation drawing with ramp details. Provide 44” minimum width, handrails, edge protection, etc. (11-
4.8). 4. Add Detectable Warning Material per the “attached sketch”. 5. Specify “Truncated Dome”
Detectable Warning Material with “in-line” pattern bright yellow or brick red in color. (11-4.29.2). 6.
Provide sign detail with $250.00 fine sign and mounting height minimum 84” A.F.G. 7. Specify
Detectable Warning Material the full width and depth of curb ramp. (See sketch). 8. Need to incorporate
2 additional accessible parking spaces in future phase II paved parking lot with curb ramp, etc. (Accessible
spaces must be located closed to building entrance). 9. Extend concrete sidewalk on east side of building.
Computerized Plans: 29 January 2008: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: 29 January 2008: The 3,200 sf community center is vested for concurrency pursuant to
Florida Statute, Chapter 380.06 and Nassau County Land Development Code Section 2.01C2 therefore; a
concurrency review is not required.
Engineering: 22 February 2008: 1. There should be an entrance on Mary Avenue. 2. The pages in the
drainage report should be numbered. Hand numbering is acceptable. 3. The first page of the report states
the pre development CN of 40, but all of computations use 70. Please correct. 4. As per our ordinance, a
Tc of 10 minutes can be used when the computed Tc is less than 10 minutes. There is no provision to add
the computed Tc to the minimum Tc of 10 minutes. The correct Tc is 10 minutes. 5. Our ordinance
requires 5, 10 and 25 year rain event computations. The 10 year event is missing and should be added. 6.
Add the water surface area at NWL for the pond on the pond sheet. This will be a reference for
construction and as-builts. 7. The storm sewer spread sheet should be labeled as for a 5 year rain event.
8. Commercial driveways on residential streets are limited to 30 feet in width, unless there is a variance.
The entrance should be revised or a variance requested.
Fire/Rescue: 29 January 2008: 1. Dead end fire department access roads (parking lot lanes) in excess in
150 ft. in length shall be provided with approved provisions for turning around of fire apparatus (NFPA 1,
18.2.2.5.4). Please provide emergency vehicle turn-arounds or connect phase 2 parking lot with phase with
1 parking lot.
Growth Management :             31 January 2008: 1. The Natural Resources Protection Ordinance was
approved by the Nassau County BOCC on January 28, 2008 to be included as part of the Nassau County
Land Development Code and will be codified prior to the approval of this site plan. Pursuant to Section
37.05.A, Applicability, this project is subject to the requirements of the newly adopted NRP Ordinance. A
copy of the NRP ordinance is attached for your convenience. 2. The preservation of numerous hardwood
trees is greatly appreciated. All too common in Nassau County native hardwood trees are removed with
little consideration. The citizens of American Beach will surely appreciate your efforts. 3. In regards to
sheet LS-1, please remove all reference to regulations which have been repealed. Unless specifically stated
otherwise in the Summer Beach PUD/DRI, all trees are required to be a minimum of 3” caliper at time of
planting. 4. Section 37.05.D.3, Perimeter Landscaping Adjacent to Public ROW, of the LDC states,
Local streets. A strip of pervious land adjacent and parallel to the right-of-way line having a minimum
width of ten (10) feet along the entire street frontage except for permitted driveways. This perimeter
landscaping strip shall contain a minimum of two (2) canopy trees per one hundred (100) linear feet of
property frontage. The trees shall consist of more than one species listed in Tables 37-1 or 37-2 and
meeting the material standards of this Section. Please provide and identify a pervious landscape strip
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measuring of 10’ in width along Julia Street and Mary Street. 5. . Section 37.05.D.3, Perimeter
Landscaping Adjacent to Public ROW, of the LDC states, Local streets. A strip of pervious land adjacent
and parallel to the right-of-way line having a minimum width of ten (10) feet along the entire street
frontage except for permitted driveways. This perimeter landscaping strip shall contain a minimum of two
(2) canopy trees per one hundred (100) linear feet of property frontage. The trees shall consist of more
than one species listed in Tables 37-1 or 37-2 and meeting the material standards of this Section. 6.
Section 37.05.B, Plant Material, requires that when parking areas, dive isles, and paved storage areas are
lying within 50 feet of public row, and are visible from any row, the perimeter landscaping must include
shrubs arranged to provide 75% capacity. Shrubs shall be a minimum height of 18” when planted and be
spaced a maximum of 30 inches on center. 7. Section 37.06, Buffers Between Certain Uses, requires the
following: Along the southern property line please identify a buffer measuring a minimum of 10’ in width
and provide 3 canopy trees and 67 shrubs for every 100 linear feet. 8. Pursuant to Section 37.05.J,
Maintenance, please provide an irrigation plan for the site. 9. Pursuant to Policy 1.02.05.3, Recreation, of
the Nassau County Comprehensive Plan, the maximum impervious surface land coverage should not
exceed 50% for active recreational development. Please confirm that 36.4% impervious area includes the
future paved parking area and also took into consideration storm water retention measured at the normal
high water level.
Health:      29 January 2008: 1. Provide site plan for sewer extension showing all wells, or note “no wells
within 200’ of proposed sewer extension” on plans. (Includes existing wells on adjacent properties). 2.
The proposed site plan is requesting public water and public sewer capability; therefore, a letter from the
utility provider indicating that water and sewer is available will be required prior to approval of plan.
Traffic: 22 February 2008: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: #42-089-85804-1, issue date: 17 December 2002. Letter of Extension sent 14 January 2008.


AZALEA POINT PLAZA OUTPARCEL, SP07-032
PUD, 4 professional offices with a total of 9,303 square feet, located on SR200/A1A, Fernandina Beach
area.
Developer: Submittal: 28 August 2007, distributed: 4 September2007. Re-Submittal: 13 December
2007, distributed: 18 December 2007. Re-Submittal: 24 April 2008, distributed: 29 April 2008.
Building: 2 January 2008: 1. Provide Detectable Warning Detail with the Truncated Dome Design and
locations on plan. (Bottom of all ramps and at access aisle). 2. Provide 6’ landing at the bottom of ramps
in the direction of travel or slope N.T.E. 1:20.
Computerized Plans: 4 September 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: 28 September 2007: A review of our records indicated the project known as Azalea Point
(formerly known as Camellia PUD) appears to be vested for concurrency.
Engineering: 22 February 2008: approved as submitted.
Fire/Rescue: 4 September 2007: approved as submitted.
Growth Management: 20 December 2007: 1. Sheet pre-1 and sheet 6 depict a 60 inch oak tree to be
preserved however, sheet LM-1 does not show that particular tree. The tree is located in the southwest
quadrant of the site. [Section 37.4.A.of the Nassau County Zoning Code]. 2. Please show the location of
all planned utilities, piped drainage, and tree locations on the same sheet in order to avoid any conflicts
between utility line placement and tree protection zones. [Section 37.5 of the Nassau County Zoning
Code]. 3. Please include the Board approved tree protection measures contained in Section 37.7 of the
Nassau County Zoning Code on the site engineering plans. 4. Section 37.6.A states: All protected Oak
and Magnolia trees that are to be removed as part of an approved site plan shall adhere to the following tree
replacement standards: 1. Oak and Magnolia trees less than twenty-four (24) inches DBH: one (1) tree for
one (1) tree. 2. Oak and Magnolia trees greater than twenty-four (24) inches: one (1) DBH for one (1)
DBH. According to the table provided on sheet LM-1, 5 trees measuring greater than 24 inches a DBH
will be removed totaling 170 inches measured at DBH. An additional 6 trees measuring 24 inches or less
at DBH will be removed. 13 replacement trees are provided however, the 13 trees only total 26 caliper
inches. According to Section 37.6.A, a total of 170 inches of trees measured a DBH are to be replaced.
The provided landscape plan provides 2” caliper trees. 37.6.C requires all replacement trees to be a
minimum o 3” DBH, 10 feet tall, and five feet wide at the time of planting.
Health: 9 January 2008: approved as submitted.
Traffic: 22 February 2008: approved as submitted.
SJRWMD: 20 August 2007: Modification application filed.

BAILEY ROAD APARTMENTS, SP07-031

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 RG-2, 48 units, 4.86 acres, located at the corner of Bailey Road and Amelia Island Parkway, Fernandina
Beach area.
Developer: Submittal: 28 August 2007, distributed: 4 September2007.               Re-Submittal: 1 November
2007, distributed: 6 November 2007. Re-Submittal: 17 January 2008, distributed: 22 January 2008. Re-
Submittal: 28 February 2008, distributed: 4 March 2008.
Building:       26 March 2008: 1. Provide adequate “Code Compliant” Drawings of guardrails, handrails
and edge protection on ramp at trash dumpster for review. 2. Comply with 2004 FBC Chapter 10, Section
1009, 1010, 1012 and Chapter 11, Section 11-4.8.
Computerized Plans: 4 September 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: 24 September 2007: The project was granted concurrency on 9/5/06 under the name of
“The Palms Apartments. Concurrency is for 50 dwelling units, ITE Code 220.
Engineering: 11 February 2008: PREVIOUS COMMENTS: #4. Let me suggest that you prepare the
dedication document for review and we can have a procedure to accept and file the dedication at the same
time as we approve the plans. #5. We have heard nothing from Crane Island developers directly about
their intentions. I suggest that we arrange for your client to post a contingency bond to pay for the
improvements in front of Bailey Road apartments. It is normal to wait and upgrade the street after interior
construction is completed. By that time, the Crane Island project should be able to commit to or actually
upgrade the street. If not, then your client will be responsible for the upgrade. NEW COMMENTS: You
have revised the detention ponds and storm sewer which caused a new review of the sewers and pond.
Several minor errors were found that need to be corrected. They are: #36. The pipe length of S-2 to S-5 is
not 27 feet. This dimension is also wrong in the pipe table. #37. There is a note pointing to the pond
stating, “borrow pit to be filled....” I assume this is an error and it should be eliminated or moved to a
proper location on the sheet. #39. The site area listed in your data summary on Page 2 of the revised
drainage report is in error, please correct.
Fire Rescue: 4 September 2007: approved as submitted.
Growth Management:            4 March 2008: 1. A Final Certificate of Concurrency with conditions was
issued on September 5, 2006. The Certificate of Concurrency was issued for the development of a 50
dwelling-unit (du) apartment development creating 336 Average Daily Trips. The conditions for approval
set forth in the Certificate of Concurrency are as follows: a. The development being legally described as
shown on Exhibit A and located as shown on Exhibit B (Tax Parcel Map) of the application. b. Prior to
the issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy the necessary facilities will be in place to serve the project with
potable water and sanitary sewer services. c. Compliance with all other applicable Federal, State,
regional and local land development regulations in effect at the time of permitting. Florida Statute
163.3180(2)(b) states, Consistent with public welfare, and except as otherwise provided in this section,
parks and recreation facilities to serve new development shall be in place or under actual construction no
later than 1 year after issuance by local government of a certificate of occupancy or its functional
equivalent. However, the acreage for such facilities shall be dedicated or be acquired by the local
government prior to issuance by the local government of a certificate of occupancy or its functional
equivalent, or funds in the amount of the developer’s fair share shall be committed no later than the local
government’s approval to commence construction. The Final Certificate of Concurrency goes on to state;
“The project is estimated to generate a total of 4.15 acres of recreation demand. Recreation requirements
will be addressed by the Nassau County Growth Management Department during the development
approval process.” The formula used to calculate the project’s 4.15 acre public park demand was flawed.
Pursuant to the Level of Service for parks and recreation established in the Nassau County Comprehensive
Plan, the appropriate formula, dwelling units x 2.411 x .014, equates to a generated public park demand of
1.7 acres. At this time, the Applicant has not demonstrated compliance with F.S. 163.3180(2)(b). The
provided site plan does not depict any land to be dedicated to Nassau County for public recreational use.
The Applicant is required to satisfy the created public park demand with a monetary contribution prior to
the approval of the Bailey Road Apartments site plan, SP07-031. Pursuant F.S. 163.3180(2)(b) and
Sections 2.06.D and 2.04.2 of the Nassau County Land Development Code, please demonstrate how the
generated park and recreation demand will be satisfied. If your client desires a meeting with Daniel
Salmon, Nassau County Parks and Recreation Director, and Growth Management Staff to discuss the value
of the monetary contribution and possible impact fee credits, please contact the Growth Management office
at (904)491-3613. [ Section 3.3.3 of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations].
Health: 12 September 2007: approved as submitted.
Traffic: 11 February 2008: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: #40-089-113202-1, issue date: 20 December 2007.

BAILEY ROAD IMPROVEMENTS/AMELIA ISLAND PARKWAY ROUNDABOUT, SP07-029

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Bailey Road improvement from Crane Island Access Road to Amelia Island Parkway. Installation of a
Roundabout at Amelia Island Parkway and Bailey Road, Fernandina Beach area..
Developer: Submittal: 23 August 2007, distributed: 28 August 2007. Re-Submittal: 21 February 2008,
distributed: 26 February 2008.
Building: 17 September 2007: 1. Need to provide the “Truncated Dome” Detectable Warning Material
at all curb ramps. 36” x 60” W. 2. Contact Engineering Department for additional sidewalks and
pedestrian crossing sign requirements.
Computerized Plans: 28 August 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: exempt
Engineering: 8 April 2008: 1. Add general note any slope 3:1 or greater need to be sodded. 2.Add a
note all asphalt millings items removed within limits of construction, shall be stock piled on site for pick up
by Nassau County or delivered within 5 mile radius of the site as directed by Nassau County. 3. Add a
note “all asphaltic concrete shall be virgin mixes”. 4. The ROW dedication on east side of intersection
will be dedicated by who (page 3 of 16). When will these dedications be accomplished? 5. Be more
clearly on your match lines, some don’t match up. Add the ROW names on each sheet for clarity. 6. The
note on page 6 of 16 should read replace all driveways to Nassau County Standards, which is either paving
or concrete from edge of pavement to County ROW line. Provide a driveway detail and determine if side
drains need replacing 15” pipes are the minimum acceptable and mes are required acceptable for speeds of
35 mph or more. 7. Show the positive flow, elevation shots in swales all invert elevations throughout
project. 8. Where will the overflow of water go for pond # 1 (page 6 of 16)? 9. What’s the invert
elevation on S-7 Eastside? 10. Provide us with cross sections. 11. The plan & profile need to show all
drainage, conflicts, and utilities throughout project. 12. There must be coordination with the City of
Fernandina Beach on their present infrastructure and their needs for the Crane Island projector any other
new lines needing to be run while the road is opened up. We’ll need them to sign off a set of plans
acknowledging and approving any new utilities in the area. 13. The circulation islands are they traffic
separators? What type? Provide us with a detail. 14. Will the water valve be in the curb section in the
Northwest corner of the intersection? 15. Existing cross drain may have a conflict with S-2 and S-4. 16.
It appears the water from this existing 24” at sta 20+80 might be trapped between the back of curbs and
sidewalks on both East and West side. 17. Do all pipes have the required amount of cover on it, as per
FDOT and Nassau County? If not consider using class V pipe. 18. It’s not clear what type of curbs on
sheet 9 of 16 it 24” curbs and gutter (type) be more specific. 19. Should future sleeves be installed while
road is opened up? Install irrigation PUC in sleeve to protect road. Give us more details on the irrigation
and electric that goes to center or round about. 20. Give us dimensions on road widening, road widths. 21.
Appears in the auto turn the trucks will be running over curbs island separators and the developer’s
required to have a 26 month maintenance bond and we sure would hate to have fixed then and at what cost
then? 22. We’re needing a pavement, base, and subgrade analysis done on Bailey road from station 10+00
to 19+00. To ensure it’ll stand up to the construction of Crane Island and we’ll need recommendations.
Right now, it appears to be slag road (1” to 1-1/2 thick) with rutts up to 4” and areas with multiple rutts,
across the road severe cracking. Cross slopes of 11/2 % to 6.6% and road widths of 18’9” to 20’3” not
sure where the slag ends and the cold mix begins. By widening only on one side the center line will be
changing and so is the cross slopes. To install a one inch overlay will not come close to bring this road up
to County standards and will be a very poor entrance way to Crane Island. If subgrade & base are up to
standards it might only need leveling, crack relief and 2” of SP 12.5 (fine/traffic level “C”). But that’s up
to the recommendations of the analysis. 23. It appears all the water needs to travel from this round about
on these curbs to these flumes without causing a safety hydroplane issues in a torrential down pour. With
the amount of water that will flow over these flumes it may cause washouts, should ditch paving be added
to prevent this? 24. The widening on all 4 approaches square of the edges just to resemble how the
contractor will need to do it to achieve compaction. 25. Approximate 100’ foot of paved shoulder both
East and West of the flumes along the Parkway appears to be eliminated. 26. Need to extend the milling
50’ beyond the widening along both approaches of the Parkway and the Bailey Road approach to the North
for a smooth transition. 27. Ensure the ADA mats are used for each crosswalk. 28. Need to install RPMs
throughout. 29. The Parkway has a active bike lane, how are you dealing with this? 30. Label existing
signs and adjust the locations to comply with all standards. 31. Ensure there is not a passing zone on the
Bailey Road South approaching for the posted speed limit by using 6” double yellow and white Edge lines
shall match the existing. 32. Add White Edge line striping. 33. Paint the vertical face yellow on the
circulating islands. 34. Need a MOT plan and it shall be given to the EOR and Nassau County for
acceptance. 35. The phasing plan doesn’t appear to cover the total area that will need to be worked.
Phase II shows the center of the round-about and circulating island to be milled only? 36. Paver detail
needs to include thickness, type of materials, concrete, sealant & etc. location of joints. 37. The
roundabout detail shows type “F” curbs to be installed on the center curbs but on other locations in these
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plans it’s different. Could you ensure all notes, labels, details match? The truck apron is labeled as
stamped concrete and stone pavers. 38. Type “F” curb should not have the 6” minimum only on high side
per 2006 FDOT Roadway and Drainage design standards. 39. Bailey Road paving detail north doesn’t
show the limerock to extend 6” wider than the edge of pavement and the subgrade 2’ wider than the edge
pf pavement. This detail also needs to show how you intended to key in the existing and the widening and
avoiding one vertical joint. 40. Bailey Road paving detail north (not the cross sections) should have 3
details the north, south approaches and the shoulder for clarity, consider using parenthesis behind numbers
instead of a period as you used in the roundabout paving detail for clarity. Add stationing to these details
for the different types of work. 41. On paving details any slopes 3:1 or greater or next to edge of
pavements need to have sod added. We request the sod be Bermuda verses Bahia as it is now. 42. In the
shoulder details you may want to remove item # 3 rap, due to the fact, there’s no FDOT approved stockpile
know to exist. 43. Why are there 3 different friction coarse between Bailey Road paving detail (north) and
the roundabout detail? 44. The roundabout detail should have more than one if requesting different type
of work. 45. What the limits of the milling and clearly show this? The note states to mill 1.5” (inch), why
when the existing friction course (FC3 rubber) is only 1” (inch). This will be removing ½” (inch) of the
structural coarse and potentially weakening it and then you’re adding FC-5 (popcorn, open grade,
nonstructural) in its place. We believe the maximum thickness is 5/8” as per FDOT. 46. These plans have
3 different friction coarses required what Nassau County will accept are friction coarses per FDOT 2007
standard specifications for Roadway and Bridge Construction. We would recommend a FC-9.5 rubber 1
(inch) thick minimum on the whole job for clarity and a smooth bike lane. 47. Add the density
requirements for subgrade and base to all details. 48. Add to all details whether the SP mix is either a fine
or coarse mix. 49. Roundabout paving detail shows a 4” (inch) stabilized section from the edge of the
shoulder but we would need to match what is existing and that’s 1’ (foot) stabilized beyond edge of
shoulder. 10 March 2008: 1. Sheet 6 has notes to install 12” RCP driveway culverts. The minimum pipe
diameter allowed in Nassau County is 15” and all pipes should be upgraded to 15”. If there is clearance
problem, use elliptical pipes. 2. Sheet 6 is designed for existing conditions on the West side of Bailey
Road South of the Parkway. Bailey Road Apartments has been approved and unless the developer does
not intend to start this project in the near future, the plans should be based on the new project rather than
existing conditions. 3. On Sheet 9, there is a note saying the approach is 45 mph. This too high, it should
be changed to 25 mph. 4. There is a new fiber optic cable installed on the East side of Bailey Road, north
of the Parkway. It crosses under the Parkway east of the current intersection and then goes toward the
south part of the island. It is a major internet cable for the south part of the island, we don’t want it broken.
AT&T was told of the new roundabout and said it would be installed deep enough to avoid construction. It
still needs to be located and shown on the plans anyway. 5. It is planned to taper the new interchange
pavement into the existing pavement or will we have “bumps”? 6. I would prefer the detail cross slopes to
read 2-3%, which provides a range.
Fire/Rescue: 28 August 2007: approved as submitted.
Growth Management : 28 September 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 1 April 2008: approved as submitted.
Traffic: 8 April 2008 & 10 April 2008: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: 6 September 2007: no permit required.

BENT OAKS PLANTATION, SP07-006
RS-2, 198 lots, 111.27 acres located east of Callahan on the north side of SR200/A1a west of Gressman
Road, Callahan area.
Developer: Submitted Plans: 15 December 2006, distributed: 20 February 2007. Re-submittal: 15
November 2007, distributed: 20 November 2007. Re-Submittal: 19 February 2008, distributed: 26
February 2008. Re-Submittal: 15 April 2008, distributed: 22 April 2008.
Building: 22 February 2007: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 20 February 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: 24 October 2006: Final Certificate of Concurrency Granted with Conditions.
Engineering:        26 March 2008: PREVIOUS COMMENTS: #20. Referring to Section I-I on Sheet
16A: a. Detail reads “2 inch max” and should read “2 inch min”. b. Side slopes are labeled 4:1 and 3:1
max, this contradictory. 3:1 is the minimum allowed. Please choose one or the other slopes, but not both.
c. Why are you using headwalls? Mitered end sections would be cheaper and safer. d. Verify that the
flow velocity is slow enough so as not to require rip rap. #21. Referring to entry road detail “A” on sheet
C39 ( also labeled as section Z-Z on sheet C10), the internal curb should be designated as reverse curbs
and a detail provided. #29. Ditch detail D-D and C-C have 2:1 side slopes. Nassau County Ordinance
requires a minimum of 3:1 side slopes. NEW COMMENTS: #58. We had a discussion on the procedure
to remove all of the unsuitable soils between rights of ways and replace it with suitable and the developer
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was to have a geotech on site to review and certify that this was done. I can’t find any references to this
procedure in the construction plans. The profile sheets would be a good location to identify the “clayey”
soils and high water table and specify the removal and replacement process. #59. Soil boring in the street
right of way should be shown on the plan and profile sheets. The water table elevation should also be
shown at the boring locations. #60. The plans appear to have a left turn off of A1A, but no right turn in
could be found. If there is a right turn lane, please identify its location, otherwise one should be added.
Fire/Rescue: 26 February 2008: approved as submitted.
Health: 8 January 2008: 1. Utility Extension Plan Review Fee: $300 plan review for extension to a
subdivision or $20 per developed lot where the sewer line passes more than 15 developed properties
(homes or businesses). $100 plan review for extension to a single residence or business. 2. Please submit
completed site plan review application $245.00 review fee.
Growth Management:           28 February 2008: 1. Applicant references a “site lighting plan” however no
such tab exists in the most recent full set dated engineers seal 2/18/08. In addition, a public park
dedication following the formula units x 2.44 x .014 = acres will be required during the platting phase of
this project.
Traffic: 26 March 2008: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: #40-089-103360-2, issue date: 8 March 2007.

BENT OAKS PLANTATION, PLAT
RS-2, 198 lots, 111.27 acres located east of Callahan on the north side of SR200/A1a west of Gressman
Road, Callahan area.
Developer: Submitted Plans: 15 December 2006, distributed: 20 February 2007
Building: 22 February 2007: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 20 February 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: 24 October 2006: Final Certificate of Concurrency Granted with Conditions.
Engineering:        13 March 2007: 1. I suggest that you wait until the construction plans review is
completed before working on this plat. There is a question as to whether the emergency access road
(Gressman Road) is acceptable in its present form. Also if there is a phase two, the entrance road will
probably need to have an 80 foot wide right of way. 2. A letter granting concurrency will be required
before the final approval of the plat. 3. In the Adoption and Dedication statement, it appears that Tract J
was omitted and should be added to the statement. 4 . All blank spaces in surveyor's notes should be filled
in. 5. I see no purpose for the Cul de sac at the end of Road H, since there are no lots. If this street is
intended to provide access to the second emergency road, then there should be a 60 foot wide right of way
all the way to existing road. This Cul de sac also conflict with Section 4.6 of Nassau County ordinance
2000-40 which requires Cul de sac's to be no closer than 50 feet to the project's property line. 6. On sheet
4, there is a statement at the end of road "C" stating, "Future Development Bent Oaks, Phase Three". If
there are future phases, then a minimum of a sketch should be presented to this department. Additional
phases affect concurrency and may require a large width entrance street. 7. Minimum first floor elevations
must be specified for each lot.
Fire/Rescue: 21 February 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 22 February 2007: 1. Please submit completed plat application with $245.00 review fee. 2.
Certificate date is incorrect.
Growth Management: 16 April 2007: 1. Provide the correct legal description of the property. [Section
3.3.1 of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations] 2. Include the names of all proposed
streets. [Section 3.3.2 of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations] 3. Complete the language
regarding storm surge inundation. [Section 3.3.15 of the Nassau County Development Review
Regulations] 4. Complete the note regarding wetland line determination. Also, include a note and table
on the plans as required by Ordinance 2006-57 (previously transmitted). [Section 3.3.16 of the Nassau
County Development Review Regulations] 5. Please complete the language regarding the zoning district
and yard regulations. [Section 3.3.17 of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]
Traffic: 13 March 2007: see Engineering comments.
911 Addressing: 22 February 2007: 1. Need road names for pre-approval. 2. Request road have a
subdivision name.

BLACKROCK COVE, SP06-025
RS-2, 36.73 acres, Phase 1 of a two phase residential subdivision with 56 lots, located west side of
Blackrock Road and on the North side of SR200/A1A
Developer: Submitted Plans: 20 April 2006, distributed: 25 April 2006. Re-Submittal: 24 August 2006,
distributed: 29 August 2006. Re-Submittal: 17 November 2006, distributed: 21 November 2006.
Building: 1 May 2006: approved as submitted.
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Computerized Data: 15 November 2006: approved as submitted.
Concurrency:29 May 2007: The Final Certificate of Concurrency for a 120 dwelling unit (du) cannot be
granted at this time.
Engineering: 14 December 2006: approved as submitted.
Fire Rescue: 27 April 2006: approved as submitted.
Health: 13 October 2006: approved as submitted.
Growth Management: 3 January 2007: approved as submitted.
Traffic: 14 December 2006: approved as submitted.
SJRWMD: #40-089-105180-1, issue date: 18 August 2006.

BLACKROCK COVE, Plat
RS-2, 36.73 acres, Phase 1 of a two-phase residential subdivision with 55 lots, located west side of
Blackrock Road and on the North side of SR200/A1A
Developer: Submitted Plans: 20 April 2006, distributed: 25 April 2006. Re-Submittal: 28 September
2006, distributed: 3 October 2006. Re-Submittal: 6 December 2006, distributed: 12 December 2006.
Building: 1 May 2006: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 15 November 2006: approved as submitted.
Concurrency: 29 May 2007: The Final Certificate of Concurrency for a 120 dwelling unit (du) cannot be
granted at this time.
Engineering: 19 December 2006: approved as submitted.
Fire Rescue: 27 April 2006: approved as submitted.
Health: 15 May 2006: approved as submitted.
Growth Management: 3 January 2007: approved as submitted.
Traffic: 19 December 2006: approved as submitted.
911 Addressing: 25 April 2006: Denied, no road names.
SJRWMD: #40-089-105180-1, issue date: 18 August 2006.

BLACKHEATH PARK, SP07-005
RS-1, 28 lots, 14.67 acres located on the east side of Blackrock Road on Blackheath Park Drive, Yulee
area.
Developer: Submitted Plans: 8 February 2007, distributed: 13 February 2007. Re-Submittal: 4 April
2007, distributed: 10 April 2007. Re-Submittal: 16 August 2007, distributed: 21 August 2007.
Building: 22 February 2007: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 13 February 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: 24 September 2007: Our records indicate the above referenced project does not have
concurrency at this time, however they are currently working toward a Developer’s Agreement.
Engineering: 27 April 2007: approved as submitted.
Fire Rescue: 14 February 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 13 September 2007: approved as submitted.
Growth Management: 18 September 2007: approved with conditions: 1. The location of signage must
be shown on the site plan. However, the construction and sign design will be approved through a separate
permit. Please be advised Article 30 of the Nassau County Land Development Code states, “in single
family residential districts, on site signs shall be limited to one (1) sign not exceeding nine (9) square
feet.”. [Section 5.3.2.l of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations] 2. See staff comments
dated September 14, 2007.
Traffic: 27 April 2007: approved as submitted.
SJRWMD: #42-089-99191-2, issue date: 7 March 2007.

BLACKHEATH PARK, RE-PLAT
 RS-1, 28 lots, 14.67 acres located on the east side of Blackrock Road on Blackheath Park Drive, Yulee
area.
Developer: Submitted Plans: 8 February 2007, distributed 13 February 2007. Re-Submittal: 17 May
2007, distributed: 22 May 2007. Re-Submittal: 28 August 2007, distributed: 4 September 2007.
Building: 22 February 2007: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 13 February 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: 24 September 2007: Our records indicate the above referenced project does not have
concurrency at this time, however they are currently working toward a Developer’s Agreement.
Engineering: 30 May 2006: approved as submitted.
Fire Rescue: 14 February 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 30 May 2007: approved as submitted.
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Growth Management: 14 September 2007: 1. A letter was received by this department on August 28,
2007 addressed to Anita Dobrosky, Development Review Coordinator, bearing your signature. The letter
stated, “The LOS for parks will be met by current County facilities”, however, the letter did not include
any supporting documentation. Please reference Section 2.06.D.2, Measure of Available Capacity,
Parks/Open Space, of the Land Development Code to assist your efforts creating the appropriate
supporting documentation. Florida Statute 163.3180.2.b states, Consistent with public welfare, and except
as otherwise provided in this section, parks and recreation facilities to serve new development shall be in
place or under actual construction no later than 1 year after issuance by the local government of a
certificate of occupancy or its functional equivalent. However, the acreage for such facilities shall be
dedicated or be acquired by the local government prior to issuance by the local government of a certificate
of occupancy or its functional equivalent, or funds in the amount of the developer’s fair share shall be
committed no later than the local government’s approval to commence construction. The amended
Developer’s Agreement for Blackheath Park subdivision accounted for the increase in trips created by the
addition of six lots to the Blackheath Park Subdivision. The amended Agreement went on to state, “All
other provisions of the Development Agreement dated September 26, 2005, shall remain in full force and
effect”. The Development Agreement for Blackheath Park dated September 26, 2005 states, Parks-
Through 2010, the County’s plans for recreational acreage both active and passive meet the adopted Level
of Service Standard. The proposed Development generates 1.82 acres of demand for active recreation and
.05 acres of demand for passive recreation. Upon submission of the Proposed Development’s site
application to the Growth Management Department, compliance with the Level of Service will be
monitored. The submittal of a subdivision plat for review by the Development Review Committee serves
as the “submission of the Proposed Development’s site application to the Growth Management
Department,” and therefore, we are required by the Development Agreement for Blackheath Park to
monitor the compliance with the LOS for Parks and Recreation. Section 2.06.D.2, Measurement of
Available Capacity, Parks/Open Space, of the Land Development Code establishes an acceptable
methodology for determining compliance with the LOS standards for parks and recreation. A letter was
composed on August 22, 2007 by Cynthia Moody, Concurrency Specialist, addressed to Dan McCranie.
The letter from Mrs. Moody clearly demonstrates the process provided in Section 2.06.D.2 of the LDC and
also provided a spread sheet containing the size and location of all park sites in Nassau County. If the
capacity remains for parks and recreation within the service radaii of Blackheath Park, as you claim, simply
provide the appropriate supporting documentation, reference Section 2.06.D2, Measurement of Available
Capacity, Parks/Open Space, of the Land Development Code, and the issue will be resolved. In the
alternative, dedication of land or payment of funds in lieu thereof is required. We look forward to
reviewing the appropriate paper work enabling a prompt resolution of this matter.
Traffic: 30 May 2006: approved as submitted.
911 Addressing: 31 May 2007: approved as submitted.
SJRWMD: #42-089-99191-2, issue date: 7 March 2007.


CELEBRATION BAPTIST CHURCH, SP07-044
OR, 11,582 sf, 93 parking spaces, 4.06 acres, located on the east side of Miner Road, Yulee area.
Developer: Submittal: 13 December 2007, distributed: 18 December 2007. Re-Submittal: 28 January
2008, distributed: 5 February 2008. Re-Submittal: 20 March 2008, distributed: 25 March 2008. Re-
Submittal: 10 April 2008, distributed: 15 April 2008. Re-Submittal: 24 April 2008, distributed: 29 April
2008.
Building:      15 April 2008: Provide missing sheets/details for accessible parking space striping, signage,
detectable warnings, etc.
Computerized Plans: 18 December 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: 1 February 2008: Final Certificate of Concurrency Granted with Conditions.
Engineering:            4 March 2008: PREVIOUS COMMENTS: #5. The right of way dedication
documentation is in process. #20. The typical street cross section has been revised but it indicates that the
land slopes upward from the street. The land actually slopes downward. The detail should be further
changed to reflect field conditions and should indicate the taper of fill area to existing lad on each side.
#23. Your MODRET program works if you raise the overflow weir a bit. NEW COMMENTS: #24. It is
suggested that you reexamine the pre-development contours shown on the plans. A field visit indicated
there is no pre development swale on the south side of the property and the site appears to be very flat. It
doesn’t look like a seven foot drop in elevation from west to east. #25. You should receive a separate
letter regarding the existing dirt road on the south side of the property. #26. The plans are missing an
erosion silt fence. It is required and one should be added. #27. There should be a sidewalk along Miner
Road and probably should be one on the South side of Appaloosa Drive. #28. It is not clear how the new
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street will be situated within the new and existing road easements. The easement width should be added to
the typical street detail. Also, sidewalks should be added to the detail. #29. There is an absence of detail
on the proposed lighting plan. Since this project has occupied family homes on both sides, it is important
that the lighting be designed so as to minimize any glare or disruption to their lives. Provide a more
detailed lighting plan. #30. Plans indicate another 15 foot wide ingress and egress easement next to the
North boundary line. This is another easement to be prepared and recorded; this one should be dedicated
to the public, not Nassau County. #31. Plans indicate both water and sanitary sewer lines cross Miner
Road. The plans should specify that these lines are to bored, not open cut and that a County right of way
permit is required for both. #32. All driveway culverts with the County right of way must be RCP. #33.
Add the weir elevation to the weir detail on Sheet 8. #34. The note on Sheet 7 should refer to Nassau
County, not City of Fernandina Beach.
Fire/Rescue: 11 February 2008: approved as submitted.
Growth Management :              18 April 2008: 1. Section 37.05.D.5, Perimeter Landscaping; Required
Screening, requires that all parking areas, drive isles, and paved storage area lying within fifty feet of any
street ROW, the perimeter landscaping shall include shrubs arranged to provide a visual screen of 75%
opacity. All shrubs shall be a minimum of 18” in height when planted spaced at a maximum of 30” on
center. The site is required to have approximately 60 shrubs between the internal drive isle/parking area
and the ROW of Miner Road. Please state this on the plans. [Section 5.3.2.k of the Nassau County
Development Review Regulations]. 2. Section 37.06, Buffers Between Certain Uses, of the LDC, requires
the following: As per my e-mail on April 9, 2008, “Trees are to be planted as required by Ordinance 2008-
01. From Miner Road, the shrubs may stop at the rear of the sanctuary. If the “backyard” is developed at
a later date the shrubs shall be planted at that time.” a. Along the north, south, and east property lines,
provide a buffer measuring a minimum of 10’ in width containing 3 canopy trees and 67 shrubs for every
100 linear feet. Please delineate all buffers. The submitted plan depicts 13 trees located within the required
buffer along the southern property line. The southern property line measures approximately 730 feet. The
buffer along the southern property line is required to have 22 trees (730/33.3=22). Please provide the
additional 9 trees. The submitted plan depicts 9 trees located within the required buffer along the northern
property line. (Credit will be given for the 20” & 18” live oaks which are marked for preservation). The
northern property line measures approximately 730 feet. The buffer along the northern property is required
to have 22 trees (730/33.3=7). Credit will be given for the 4 pecan trees located in the retention area.
Please provide the additional 3 and delineate the rear buffer. According to the submitted plans the most
eastern point of the sanctuary is approximately 350 feet from the newly established ROW of Miner Road.
As required per Ordinance per Ordinance 2008-01, the site is to provide 67 shrubs per 100 linear feet
which equates to 234 shrubs along both the northern and southern property line for a total of 468 shrubs;
plus the 60 shrubs required along the ROW of SR200 for a grand total of 528 shrubs on site. The site plan
only calls for the installation of 295. [Section 5.3.2.k of the Nassau County Development Review
Regulations]. 3. Please place the first paragraph of Section 37.05.J of Ordinance 2008-01 on the plans.
The paragraph states, “The property owner is responsible for the maintenance of all landscape areas
required by this section. Maintenance includes irrigating, mowing, trimming, fertilizing and carrying out
those activities necessary to keep the plant material in a healthy and growing condition, maintain visual
clearance and allow passage of vehicles and pedestrians on public roads and non-exclusive easements.”
[Section 5.3.2.k of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 4. Preserved trees that die
during or after construction shall be replaced. If it is unlikely that certain trees marked for preservation
will not survive do to grade change, installation of a storm water management system, or general
construction then those trees should be removed from the plans and the appropriate number of new trees
shall be provided. [Section 5.3.2.k of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations].
Health : 1 April 2008: approved as submitted.
Traffic: 26 February 2008: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: #42-089-114523-1, issue date: 10 March 2008.

CHANDLERS MEADOW, PHASE 1, PLAT
OR, 98 lots, 153.49 acres, located on the west side of Old Dixie Highway, Callahan area.
Developer: Submitted Plans: 6 December 2007, distributed: 11 December 2007.
Building: 12 December 2007: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 11 December 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: 13 February 2007: Final Certificate of Concurrency Granted with Conditions.
Engineering: 17 December 2007: approved as submitted.
Fire/Rescue: 11 December 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 15 January 2008: approved as submitted.

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Growth Management:             12 December 2007: approved with conditions: 1. On May 8, 2007 the
preliminary plat and site engineering plans for Chandler’s Meadow were approved. Subsequently, a new
phasing schedule was proposed. The submitted plat has no other alterations other than the phasing lines.
As such, the scope of this review is only to ensure consistency with the phasing schedule established in the
site engineering plans. [Section 3.3 of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 2. “Tract
I” is depicted as part of phase 1. Please address “Tract I” in the Adoption and Dedication. [Section 3.3.13
of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 3. The plat review application identifies 98 lots
in phase one. Please confirm that phase one contains 98 lots. [Section 3.3.5 of the Nassau County
Development Review Regulations].
Traffic: 17 December 2007: approved as submitted.
911 Addressing: 12 December 2007: approved as submitted.


CLEAR LAKE ESTATES, UNIT TWO, PLAT
OR, 108 acres, 72 lots, 1 acre lots with septic and wells, North of Ogilivie Road, East of Lem Turner Road,
Callahan area.
Developer: Submitted plans: 14 November 2005, distributed: 22 November 2005. Re-Submittal: 5
January 2006, distributed: 17 January 2006. Re-Submittal 24 March 2006, distributed: 4 April 2006.
Building: 28 November 2005: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 22 November 2005: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: 16 June 2005: Subject project was awarded Final Certificate of Concurrency with
Conditions for a 156 du Single-Family Detached development on July 26, 2004. An application for
Modification of Concurrency Determination was completed April 7, 2005 and approved April 20, 2005,
bringing total dwelling units to 162, and adjusting the phasing schedule as follows: Phase I (Aug.2005-
Jan.2007), 81 du., Phase II (Jan. 2007.- Jul. 2007), 81 du.
Engineering: 5 December 2005: approved as submitted.
Fire/Rescue: 15 November 2005: approved as submitted..
Health: 24 March 2006: approved as submitted.
Growth Management : 4 April 2006: approved as submitted.
Traffic: 5 December 2005: approved as submitted.
SJRWMD: Permit #4-089-93674-2, issue date 13 December 2005.
911 Addressing: 15 November 2005: Road Names Approved.

COASTAL SELF STORAGE, SP06-062
 CI, 3.76 acres with 1220sf existing building to be used as office and 3 additional buildings to be
constructed, located on US Hwy 17, 1 mile south of SR200/A1A, Yulee area.
Developer: Submitted plans: 30 November 2006, distributed: 5 December 2006. Re-Submittal: 8
February 2007, distributed: 13 February 2007. Re-Submittal: 4 April 2007, distributed: 10 April 2007.
Re-Submittal: 15 June 2007, distributed: 19 June 2007. Re-Submittal: 13 December 2007, distributed:
18 December 2007. Re-Submittal: 14 January 2008, distributed: 22 January 2008.
Building: 18 December 2006: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 5 December 2006: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval.
Concurrency: 20 December 2006: Final Certificate of Concurrency w/Conditions granted.
Engineering: 27 June 2007: approved as submitted.
Fire Rescue: 14 February 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 22 December 2006: approved as submitted.
Growth Management: 19 December 2007: approved with condition: Include a wetland buffer language
required by Section 6.5 of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations. [Section 5.3.2.n of the
Nassau County Development Review Regulations].
Traffic: 27 June 2007: approved as submitted.
SJRWMD: #42-089-108842-1, issue date: 8 March 2007.

CRAWFORD LANDING, PLAT
 OR, 5.24 acres, located on Crawford Industrial Park Road, Callahan area.
Developer: Submitted Plans: 29 October 2007, distributed: 6 November 2007. Re-Submittal: 22
January 2008, distributed: 29 January 2008.
Building: 26 November 2007: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 19 February 2008: approved as submitted.
Concurrency:       14 April 2008: Final Certificate of Concurrency granted with conditions.
Engineering: 29 January 2008: approved as submitted.
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Fire/Rescue: 6 November 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 6 February 2008: 1. Completed plat review application with $75.00 fee required prior to final
approval.
Growth Management: 31 January 2008: approved as submitted.
Traffic: 29 January 2008: approved as submitted.
911 Addressing: 29 January 2008: approved as submitted.
SJRWMD: 15 January 2008: Exemption #881969.

DAVIS ROAD IMPROVEMENTS, SP07-033
Improvement to Davis Road for entrance into Hawks Landing Subdivision, located off of Musselwhite
Road, Callahan area.
Developer: Submittal: 13 September 2007, distributed: 18 September 2007.
Building: 19 September 2007: approved as submitted.
Computerized Plans: 18 September 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency:         18 September 2007: awaiting comment.
Engineering:          12 October 2007: 1. The geo tech report indicated that there was some clayish soil
present under the existing road. Please review the borings and your plans and determine if some of this
clay material should be removed before the new construction commences. 2. The drainage report is
missing design computations for the pipe crossing under Davis Road, this information should be added. 3.
Storm sewers under Davis Road are shown on the plan view, but not the profile views and they should be
added. 4. Please add a detail of the road from station 51+50 to 53+50 with detailed plans showing that the
ditch flow in this area stays within the right of way, so as not to increase any storm water runoff to
adjoining land owners. 5. If St. Johns River Water Management District accepts your design with
compensating detention for the runoff from Davis Road, so will Nassau County. 6. The Pipe table on
Sheet 11 of the construction plans refers to Hardie Pipe. This material is not allowed in Nassau County,
other pipe material should be specified. 7. Please provide a datum reference in Note 34 on Sheet 2. 8. Are
water and sewer notes needed on Sheet? 9. There is no requirement for lighting on access roads to new
subdivision. However, if the electric line is extended overhead, then the developer may want to consider
adding a few cobra lights on the road for vehicle safety.
Fire/Rescue: 18 September 2007: approved as submitted.
Growth Management: 12 October 2007: 1. Is Davis Road a private road or public right-of-way? If it
is a public right-of-way, please revise the application to reflect the correct owner. [Section 5.3.2.a of the
Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 2. Please revise the scope of work to reflect road
improvements only. Since improvements within the right-of-way are reliant upon ponds in a subdivision
under consideration, the road improvements proposed in SP07-033 cannot be approved until site
engineering and plat approval is obtained for Hawk’s Landing. [Section 5.3.2.m of the Nassau County
Development Review Regulations]. 3. Site location. [Section 5.3.1.a of the Nassau County Development
Review Regulations]. 4. Legal description of the site (names and addresses of adjacent property owners
shall also be attached). [Section 5.3.1.b of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 5.
Present zoning and conditional use permit (if applicable) for subject site. [Section 5.3.2.b of the Nassau
County Development Review Regulations]. 6. Tabulation of gross site acreage and land coverage, total
building area, total parking area, total area of stormwater retention structures at normal high water line, and
the total area of open space. [Section 5.3.2.c of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 7.
Adjacent land uses. [Section 5.3.2.v of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations].
Health:      16 October 2007: 1. Completed site plan review application with $25.00 fee required prior to
final approval.
Traffic:     18 September 2007: awaiting comment.

DUNES LODGE, PUD, SP07-022
PUD, 25,995 sf, 1.29 acres, 48 unit hotel, 54 regular parking spaces and 32 golf carts, located on
Beachwalker Road, Fernandina Beach area.
Developer: Submitted plans: 19 July 2007, distributed: 24 July 2007. Re-Submittal: 27 September
2007, distributed: 2 October 2007.
Building: 8 October 2007: approved as submitted.
Concurrency: 24 July 2007: Our records does not indicate the above referenced project does not have
concurrency at this time. Therefore, an application for concurrency determination should be made or the
applicant should provide documentation that a certificate was previously issued.
Computerized Data: 24 July 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Engineering:          19 October 2007: PREVIOUS COMMENTS: #1. The St. Johns River Water
Management District permit is in process. #4 & 5. The storm sewer inverts have been changed in the pipe
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table in the plans, but have not been changed in the storm water spreadsheet. The spreadsheet needs to be
corrected and new computations made to verify the system works.
Fire/Rescue :        2 October 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 16 October 2007: approved as submitted.
Growth Management:              9 October 2007: 1. Please modify the landscape plan by eliminating the
incorrect tables/information. [Section 5.3.2.k of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 2.
Following are requirements contained in Resolution 85.32 approving the Dunes Club DRI. Please
demonstrate that these conditions have been met: 1. Resolution 85-32, Condition 3.2, Final development
plans for each development phase of Dunes Club shall be submitted to the RPC simultaneously with
submission to the County. Your response stating that conditions have been satisfied based on prior
approvals does not address the current phase under review. 2. Resolution 85-32, Condition 5.0,
Vegetation/Wildlife: 5.1 of the existing 331.5 acre hammock within Amelia Island South, consisting of Live
Oak Hammock and Mixed Broadleaf and Mixed Broadleaf with Pine forest and Live Oak, Red Cedar,
Cabbage Palm Woodland, 2.0 acres of upland hammock on the Dunes Club site shall be preserved for
upland vegetative/wildlife habitat. An additional 1.1 acre (50,000 s.f.) of Live Oak Scrub on Parcel D.
South, shall be located, if possible, adjacent to the proposed public beach access parking and extend
northward between the interior roadway and the proposed golf course to the commercial area. A site map
at a scale of 1:200, showing the habitat area location shall be submitted to the RPC an Board prior to
final development plan approval. 3. Resolution 85-32, Condition 10.5, upon determination by Nassau
County or the FDOT (whichever has jurisdiction) that traffic generated by the development at The Dunes
Club is impacting any of the following road and their major intersections, the applicant shall be required
to pay its proportionate share of the costs of improving such roads and intersections. • Amelia Island
Parkway(from SRA1A (105) to South Fletcher Avenue). • 14th Street (Amelia Island Parkway to Atlantic
Avenue) • Sadler Road (CR108) • Fletcher Avenue (SRA1A/105) • SRA1A/200 (Intracoastal Waterway to 5
points). Nassau County and the FDOT may utilize the annual traffic reports as well as the Island wide
transportation study in making their determinations. No further permits shall be issued until the
proportionate share of the road improvement costs has been escrowed, or an acceptable letter of credit
filed, with the appropriate government agency. 10.5 The applicant’s proportionate share of road
improvement costs shall be escrowed with the appropriate governmental agency when it is determined by
the appropriate governmental agency that such improvements are warranted. No further permits shall be
issued until the proportionate share of the road improvement costs have been escrowed, or an acceptable
letter of credit filed, with the appropriate government agency. 10.6 The applicant’s proportionate share of
road improvement costs shall be based on the percentage of applicant generated traffic using such
improvements.
Traffic: 19 October 2007: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: #42-089-11584-1, issue date: 26 October 2007.

ENCLAVE AT SUMMER BEACH, PHASE II, SP07-037
PUD, 9.31 acres, 17 bldgs. with 82 units total, 2 stories, 165 parking spaces, with Club house, located at
5100 First Coast Highway, Fernandina Beach area.
Developer: Submitted plans: 27 September 2007, distributed: 2 October 2007. Re-Submittal: 17
January 2008, distributed: 22 January 2008.
Building: 8 October 2007: approved as submitted.
Concurrency: 4 January 2008: Concurrency is vested to the extent that the DRI development order
remains valid; that the limitations, requirements, and obligations of the development order are adhered to
by the developer; and the development remains compliant with the applicable zoning and comprehensive
plan terms. If it is determined that the development has exceeded the square footage/units which were
awarded in the DRI/PUD, or has not fully complied with the conditions of the DRI/PUD, vesting is no
longer applicable and the development will be subject to concurrency review.
Computerized Data: 2 October 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Engineering: 15 February 2008: PREVIOUS COMMENTS: #2. The St. Johns permit has been issued.
Please forward a copy to our office. #11. The County is planning to extend the sotrm sewer to Orange
Avenue in the near future. I review the County plans and they have a 48” and 60” pipe that end at the
South right of way line of Orange Avenue. There are some small differences in the two plans including a
minor difference in invert elevations. Since you are the Project Engineer on both projects, you can resolve
these minor conflicts. #12. The junction box is fine; my comment was referring to a “collar” or something
similar used to connect to the existing pipe or is it your intention to add pipe sections from the existing end
to the junction box? #14. I could not find the note, where is it on the plans? #15. The traffic report
submitted was not signed and sealed. Please submit report that is signed and sealed by a Professional
Engineer. #20. The length has been changed in the spreadsheet, but is still 25 feet in the Pipe Table.
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Please correct. #26. Because of the new easement and vacating of existing easement, the plat will also
need to be approved before final approval for the plans is given. NEW COMMENTS: #27. Looking at
your plans, it appears that the junction manholes with the County’s 48” and 60” sewer are regular
manholes. A 60” pipe will not fit into a standard manhole. Are you planning a larger manhole or a
junction box? It is also suggested that a cross connection between the two trunklines be incorporated in
your design so as to allow equalization of flow and/or back up route if there is a blockage or damage to one
line. #28. The surface area of the detention pond at the normal water level should be shown on the
construction plans for reference. #29. Check the spelling in the bottom center of sheets 4 and 5.
Fire/Rescue : 22 January 2008: approved as submitted.
Health: 23 October 2007: 1. Provide site plan for sewer extension showing all wells including adjacent
properties, or note on plans “no wells within 200’ of proposed sewer extension” (indicate page number).
Growth Management: 31 January 2008: 1. Section 37.6.A, Tree Replacement, of the Land
Development Code states, “All protected Oak and Magnolia trees that are to be removed as part of an
approved site plan shall adhere to the following tree replacement standards: a. Oak and Magnolia trees less
than twenty-four (24) inches DBH: on (1) tree for one (1) tree. b. Oak and Magnolia trees more than
twenty-four (24) inches: one (1) DBH for (1) DBH. The submitted landscape plan/tree survey indicates that
four hundred and thirteen (413) protected trees will be removed. Of the 413 protected trees to be removed,
forty one (41) measured greater than 24” DBH totaling 1,532 caliper inches. The remaining three hundred
and seventy two (372) protected trees to be removed measured 24 caliper inches or less. Pursuant to the
above referenced Section, the site is required to replant a minimum of 372, 3” caliper, Oak or Magnolia
trees AND, an additional 1,532 caliper inches of Oak or Magnolia trees. The submitted landscape plan only
provides for forty five (45) new trees to be planted. Please adjust your plans to comply with the
requirements of Article 37 of the Land Development Code. Provide a table clearly identifying compliance
with the aforementioned Section of Article 37. If you are unable to replant the required number of trees on-
site due to the intensity of the proposed project Section 37.6.D states, “Replacement trees shall be planted
on-site, if practical, otherwise the developer shall donate to the County and plant the required trees on
public property, subject to approval by the Board of County Commissioners.” If your client desires to
explore off-site mitigation please contact Growth Management. Under the Mitigation Summary section of
the submitted site plan, there exists the statement “Total mitigation required: 44 trees total
(5000/218,219).” This statement is incorrect. The statement refers to section 37.8, Minimum Tree
Requirements, which only applies to “All Class IV non-residential developments consisting of more than
35,000 square feet of total building area”. The Enclave at Summer Beach is a multi-family residential
development and therefore section 37.8 is not applicable. Furthermore, even if this project was a non-
residential development containing over 35,000sf of building area, Section 37.8.3 states, “Fulfillment of
the minimum tree requirement in this section shall not be interpreted to waive any other landscaping
requirements on the part of the Applicant.” Please remove this statement. In addition, under the Site
Tabulation section on page L-1 remove the statement “45 Trees Required”. 2. The Natural Resources
Protection Ordinance was approved by the Nassau County BOCC on January 28, 2008 and will be codified
prior to the approval of this site plan. Pursuant to Section 37.05.A, Applicability, this project is subject to
the requirements of the newly adopted NRP Ordinance. A copy of the NRP ordinance is attached for your
convenience. Section 37.05.D.1 states, A1A/S.R. 200, U.S. Highway 1 and U.S. 301. A strip of pervious
land adjacent and parallel to the right-of-way line having an average width of twenty five (25) feet and a
minimum width of ten feet along the entire street frontage except for permitted driveways. This perimeter
landscaping strip shall contain a minimum of three (3) canopy trees per one hundred (100) linear feet of
property frontage. The trees shall consist of more than one species listed in Tables 37-1 or 37-2 and
meeting the material standards of this Section. Planted trees are not meant to be spaced evenly but rather
randomly distributed by species. Please provide and identify the required 10’ minimum, 25’ average,
pervious vegetative landscape strip and provide the required canopy trees along the length of SR200
adjacent to the subject site. Unless specifically permitted in the latest PUD modifications remove the
proposed wall from the required pervious landscape strip. The wall may be constructed on-site but only
along the most inward boundary of the required pervious landscape strip. Section 37.05.D.3 states, Local
streets. A strip of pervious land adjacent and parallel to the right-of-way line having a minimum width of
ten (10) feet along the entire street frontage except for permitted driveways. This perimeter landscaping
strip shall contain a minimum of two (2) canopy trees per one hundred (100) linear feet of property
frontage. The trees shall consist of more than one species listed in Tables 37-1 or 37-2 and meeting the
material standards of this Section. Please provide and identify the required 10’ pervious vegetative
landscape strip and provide the required canopy trees along Orange Avenue. Unless specifically permitted
in the latest PUD modifications remove the proposed wall from the required pervious landscape strip. The
wall may be constructed on-site but only along the most inward boundary of the required pervious
landscape strip. Section 37.05.D.4 states, Sidewalks. Sidewalks may be incorporated within an easement
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located within a perimeter landscaping strip if the average width is increased by five feet above the
minimum required width and if the sidewalk meanders around existing trees. Please increase the width of
the pervious landscape strip by 5’ and meander the sidewalk around protected trees as required or place the
sidewalk outside the required pervious landscape strip. 3. Pursuant to Section 37.05.J of the NRP
ordinance, provide an irrigation plan. 4. Land Coverage is defined as “The total area of all impervious
improvements on a parcel of land. This includes, but is not limited to, total area of all structures, all parking
facilities, and all stormwater retention facilities measured at the normal high water level.” Please confirm
that 3.14 acres identified as Land Coverage encompasses all impervious improvements as defined by the
Land Development Code.[Section 5.3.2.c of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]
Traffic: 15 February 2008: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: 27 September 2007: modification application filed

FIRST COAST COMMUNITY BANK, SP08-010
IW with Conditional Use, 1.02 acres 4,294 sf with 4 drive thru lanes, 34 parking spaces, located within the
Shoppes at Amelia Concourse, Yulee area.
Developer: Submitted Plans: 2 April 2008, distributed: 8 April 2008.
Building: 8 April 2008: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 8 April 2008: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency:         9 April 2008: Concurrency is vested to the extent that the DRI Development Order
remains valid. If it is determined that the development has exceeded the sf/units which were awarded in
the DRI/PUD, or has not fully complied with the conditions of the DRI/PUD, vesting is no longer
applicable and the development will be subject to concurrency review.
Engineering:        14 April 2008: 1. Since this project is within the Shoppes of Amelia project, there is a
master permit from St. John’s River Management District in effect. 2. Concurrency apportionment letter
was submitted, so there is concurrency. 3. Site design is acceptable except for the dip in the driveway
exiting onto the side access street. This dip should be removed, the intent being to retail all storm water
within the site so that it can flow to the detention basin. If water flows down the driveway it evades
detention and causes an increased flow at the highway. The plans also indicate an elevation of S-2 of
35.10 feet on the plans, but 34.80 feet in the spreadsheet computations. Please correct the number in error.
DRAINAGE: According to the drainage report on file, the inlet accepting this site’s runoff is inlet S-29 on
the original report plan prepared by BHR in January 2005. The report specifies a hydraulic grade line of
33.31 and a design flow of 5.20 cfs. The computations submitted reference tail water elevation of 33.42
which is slightly higher and more conservative. 5. Nassau County Ordinances do not provide for travel
time in the storm sewers. The minimum allowable Tc is 10 minutes and would be appropriate for all
segments of the sewer within this site. 6. Using the wrong Tc, the total site flow for a 5 year rain event is
4.4.2 cfs which is well below the project design flow of 5.20 cfs. It is expected that revised flows using the
corrected Tc will be below the 5.20 cfs original design flow.
Fire/Rescue: 14 April 2008: approved as submitted.
Health: 8 April 2008: awaiting comments.
Growth Management:           15 April 2008: 1. Landscape requirements cited on Landscape Sheet L-1 have
been supplanted by Ordinance 2008-01. Please refer to 2008-01 and revise L-1 accordingly (25’ average
buffer to A1A-10’ min, 10% of lot to be landscaped, etc.) 2. Dumpster Screening does not conform to
A1A Overlay requirement of one shrub for ever 2 feet of wall. 3. Note that Monument sign will comply
with A1A Overlay on Page C-1. 4. Monument sign does conform to 35.09 (f) in regards to placement.
Traffic: 14 April 2008: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: awaiting developers response.

GERBING GARDENS, REPLAT
 RS-1, 5.02 acres, 5 lots, located on Gerbing Road, Fernandina Beach area.
Developer: Submitted Plans: 31 March 2008, distributed: 8 April 2008.
Building: 8 April 2008: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 8 April 2008: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval.
Concurrency: 13 March 2008: The Final Certificate of Concurrency with Conditions granted.
Engineering: 11 April 2008: 1. This project will need a permit from St. Johns River Water Management
District or a letter from them granting an exemption from a permit. 2. Building 5 houses on 5+/- acres will
not cause any significant increase in storm water runoff from the site and this project is exempt from the
drainage requirements in County ordinance 99-17. 3. Gerbing Road is an existing paved County Road. It
is also a designated “Canopy” road by the County, therefore no additional right of way or widening will be
required as part of this project. Is there is a specific requirement from Florida Power and Light to grant

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them a 10 foot wide easement? Since this is a Canopy Road, the County is reluctant to have any additional
easements that might require trees to be removed or trimmed. 5. The landscape easement is fine, but all
easements must be dedicated to some entity to be valid. Please add a designee to the plat. 6. Please
explain note $18 that refers to pond easements. 7. Remove Note #9 from the plat unless there is a specific
requirement for its inclusion on the plat.
Fire Rescue: 14 April 2008: approved as submitted.
Health: 8 April 2008: awaiting comments.
Growth Management: 10 April 2008: 1. Lots should show minimum finish floor elevation. 2. All
dimensions both linear and angular as per Sec. 3.3.(7) of the Development Review Regulations. 3. The
location of all survey monuments as per Sec. 3.3.(9) of the Development Review Regulations. 4. The
location of permanent bench marks as per Sec 3.3.18) of the Development Review Regulations. 5.
Landscape element at the rear of lots should be called “Conservation Easement” and note 16 revised to
include the CE. 6. Section 4.9 of the Development Review Regulations require a 60’ minimum access on
local ROW. However, Gerbing Road is only 28 feet and is a designated Canopy Road. Therefore,
approval of the plat would be conditioned on a variance from the 60’ requirement as permitted under Sec.
8.1 of the Development Review Regulations. This variance can only be granted by application to the
Planning and Zoning Board and approval is not guaranteed. 7. .17 acre of public recreation would be
required. This can be met by providing public park space or by cash contribution.
Traffic: 11 April 2008: see Engineering comments.
911 Addressing: 24 April 2008: approved as submitted.
SJRWMD: 27 March 2008: application filed.

GREENE TERRACE SUBDIVISION, SP07-004
OR, 51 lots, 89.44 acres, located on Cravey Road between North Honeysuckle Lane and North Cravey
Road, Callahan area.
Developer: Submitted Plans: 6 February 2007, distributed: 13 February 2007. Re-Submittal: 10
September 2007, distributed: 18 September 2007. Re-Submittal: 20 November 2007, distributed: 4
December 2007. Re-Submittal: 21 February 2008, distributed: 26 February 2008. Re-Submittal: 26
March 2008, distributed: 1 April 2008.
Building: 19 September 2007: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 13 February 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval.
Concurrency: 24 September 2007: A review of our records indicates the project is currently in review for
concurrency at this time.
Engineering:      27 February 2008: Plans are accepted and everything is approved except concurrency. I
checked on the concurrency and it is still be held up, as well as many others, waiting for an FDOT
statement on highway capacity on Highway 1.
Fire/Rescue: 14 February 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 20 September 2007: approved as submitted.
Growth Management:          4 April 2008: 1. Based on simple mathematical equations, either the Provided
Average Buffer (20’) is incorrect or the Required Area at 25’ (8.970) is incorrect as they produce a
different linear measurement for a jurisdictional wetland line that should be constant. The same
inconsistencies exist with all table entries. [Section 5.3.2.n of the Nassau County Development Review
Regulations].
Traffic: 27 February 2008: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: #40-089-99389-1, issue date: 24 January 2007.

GREENE TERRACE SUBDIVISION, PLAT
 OR, 51 lots, 89.44 acres, located on Cravey Road between North Honeysuckle Lane and North Cravey
Road, Callahan area
Developer: Submitted plans: 6 February 2007, distributed: 13 February 2007. Re-Submittal: 10
September 2007, distributed: 18 September 2007. Re-Submittal: 6 February 2008, distributed: 12
February 2008. Re-Submittal: 21 February 2008, distributed: 26 February 2008.               6 March 2008,
distributed: 11 March 2008. Re-Submittal: 24 April 2008, distributed: 29 April 2008.
Building: 22 February 2007: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 13 February 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: 24 September 2007: A review of our records indicates the project is currently in review
for concurrency at this time.
Engineering: 28 March 2008: It has been determined that Greene Terrace plat complies with the above
stated ordinances. There may be other building department, state or federal criteria that may be applicable,
but have not been reviewed as they are not within our scope of review. A comprehensive review has been
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conducted, but there is no implied warranty by Nassau County that all design errors or mistakes have been
found and our review is not intended to incur any liability to Nassau County or its employees for any
omissions in the plans.
Fire/Rescue: 18 September 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 20 September 2007: approved as submitted.
Growth Management : 24 March 2008: 1. According to the submitted concurrency application, the
Green Terrace Subdivision is estimated to generate a 4.2 acre public park and recreation demand. The
pending concurrency certificate states that the dedication of land or payment in lieu thereof is to be
addressed during the platting process. The formula used to calculate the 4.2 acre public park demand was
flawed. The appropriate formula, dwelling units x 2.411 x .014, equates to a newly created 1.7 acre public
park demand.        Florida Statue 163.3180(2)(b) states, Consistent with public welfare, and except as
otherwise provided in this section, parks and recreation facilities to serve new development shall be in
place or under actual construction no later than 1 year after issuance by the local government of a
certificate of occupancy or its functional equivalent. However, the acreage for such facilities shall be
dedicated or be acquired by the local government prior to issuance by the local government of a certificate
of occupancy or its functional equivalent, or funds in the amount of the developer’s fair share shall be
committed no later than the local government’s approval to commence construction. At this time, the
submitted plat does not demonstrate compliance with F.S. 163.3180(2)(b). The provided plat does not
depict any land to be dedicated to Nassau County for public recreational use nor would the County be
interested in acquiring a 1.7 acre tract for the establishment of a public park. The Applicant is required to
satisfy the created public park demand with a monetary contribution prior to the approval of the Green
Terrace plat. Pursuant F.S. 163.3180(2)(b) and Sections 2.06.D and 2.04.2 of the Nassau County Land
Development Code, please demonstrate how the generated park and recreation demand will be satisfied. If
your client desires a meeting with Daniel Salmon, Nassau County Parks and Recreation Director, and
Growth Management Staff to discuss the value of the monetary contribution and possible impact fee
credits, please call me directly at (904)491-3613. [Section 3.3.3 of the Nassau County Development
Review Regulations]. 2. Pursuant to Policy 1.02.05.I of the Nassau County Comprehensive Plan, the
jurisdictional wetlands located on the subject site have a land use designation of Conservation. The
Comprehensive Plan includes language that requires the preservation of environmentally sensitive land.
Although not required, Nassau County request that all identified wetlands and required upland buffers be
placed in a conservation easement. [Section 3.3.16 of the Nassau County Development Review
Regulations]. 3. Please provide an accurate wetlands calculation table pursuant to Section 37.03.B of the
Nassau County Land Development Code. [Section 3.3.16 of the Nassau County Development Review
Regulations]. 4. Pursuant Section 37.03.E of the LDC, “the wetland buffer shall not count toward the
minimum setback requirements of the zoning district in which it is located.” Please add this statement to
the general notes. 5. Please demonstrate “that all lots are designed to provide adequate building sites. All
corner lots shall have dimensions sufficient to permit the establishment of front building lines on each side
of lots having street frontage.” [Section 4.9.3, 4.9.4, 3.3.7, & 3.3.16 of the Nassau County Development
Review Regulations]. 6. Pursuant to Section 37.03 of the LDC, “It is the developer’s responsibility to
inform any prospective buyer that the required buffer of native vegetation is not to be disturbed or removed
at any time by the property owner as this will be a violation of the adopted Nassau County Comprehensive
Plan.” Please place the above statement on the plat under general notes. [Section 3.3.16 of the Nassau
County Development Review Regulations]. 7. Please place a note on the plat stating that all Lots are
subject to the minimum tree planting requirements of Ordinance 2008-01. 8. When Lots 16-20 and 22-25
are conveyed to private individuals, who will be responsible for the maintenance of the storm water
retention facility? [Section 3.3.13 of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations].
Traffic: 28 March 2008: see Engineering comments.
911 Addressing: 24 September 2007: approved as submitted.
SJRWMD: #40-089-99389-1, issue date: 24 January 2007.

HAMPTON LAKES, PHASE II, PUD, PLAT
PUD, 134 lots, 52 acres, located on Majestic Walk Boulevard, Fernandina Beach area.
Developer: Submitted plans: 22 March 2007, distributed: 27 March 2007. Re-Submittal: 3 July 2007,
distributed: 10 July 2007.
Building: 29 March 2007: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 27 March 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: 31 August 2007: A review of our records does not indicate the above referenced project
has concurrency at this time. Therefore, an application for concurrency determination should be made or
the applicant should provide documentation that a certificate was previously issued.
Engineering:      23 July 2007: approved as submitted.
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Fire/Rescue: 28 March 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 9 May 2007: approved as submitted.
Growth Management : 31 July 2007: 1. Ordinance 2006-57 requires that the upland buffer table be
provided on all development plans. The table ensures that the required upland buffer is in place pursuant
to the PUD condition Exhibit C, section II, subsection 8: “Average width 50’ and a minimum width of
25’”. The table listed in Ordinance 2006-57 needs to be modified for this development to replace 25 feet
with 50 feet. [Section 3.3.16 of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations].
Traffic: 23 July 2007: approved as submitted.
911 Addressing: 4 April 2007: approved as submitted.
SJRWMD: #40-089-90044-3, issue date: 3 July 2006.

HAWKS LANDING, PLAT
OR, 23 lots, 63.10 acres, located on Davis Road off of Musslewhite Road, Callahan area.
Developer: Submitted plans: 2 February 2007, distributed: 13 February 2007. Re-Submittal: 16 August
2007, distributed: 21 August 2007.
Building: 13 February 2007: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 13 February 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: 30 August 2007: A review of our records indicates the above the referenced project could
not be review for concurrency due to inconsistencies with the Nassau County Land Development Code or
the Nassau County Comprehensive Plan. This decision is based on information received from Growth
Management upon their review of this project.
Engineering:          12 September 2007: All except two review comments have been corrected. 1. The
Adoption and Dedication statement is incorrect. There must be a specific dedication of the street and
detention facilities and drainage easement to the homeowners association. The statement as written
dedicates all land, including lots, to the homeowners association? Is this what you want? In addition, the
grantor is not specified anywhere and if there are any deeds of trust on the land, they must be shown and
there must be a letter from the title company verifying that the land is owned by the Grantor. These are
requirements of the County Attorney. 2. The second item is that an elevation reference point must be
shown on the plat to be used as an official reference in determining the minimum first floor elevations.
Fire/Rescue: 13 February 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 13 September 2007: approved as submitted.
Growth Management : 27 August 2007: This Department has reviewed the preliminary plat and
proposed site plan for the above captioned subdivision. Hawks Landing consists of 63.10 acres located on
Davis Road off of Musslewhite Road. The site is designated as Agriculture by the Future Land Use Map
and zoned in the Open Rural, OR, district. The property also contains jurisdictional wetlands. The
property was part of a 2027-acre timber lease between Johnson and Container Corporation of America
recorded at OR 275 pg. 251 running through September 30, 2004. The entire property was owned by the
Johnson family through May 16, 2003. The entire 2,027-acre tract was conveyed to Wooten and
Underwood on May 16, 2003 via O.R. 1146 pg. 1284; O.R. 1146 pg 1288; O.R. 1146 pg 1292; and O.R.
1146 pg 1297. Each of these deeds contained the same eight (8) legal descriptions of the aforementioned
timber lease. County Records reflect that there were 13 tax parcel ID numbers associated with the same
tract between 1996 and May 16, 2003. These tax parcels ranged in size from 10 acres to 440 acres. A
portion of the Wooten/Underwood tract was conveyed to G & H Land Development, LLC through a deed
recorded in OR book 1361 pages 1119-1121 dated October 21, 2005. On the same day in successive
recorded pages G & H Land Development, LLC conveyed Jose Jarel and Joseph Amellio 63.1 acres, in OR
book 1361 pages 1122-1124 dated October 21, 2005. According to the Nassau County Comprehensive
Plan and reinforced by the Nassau County Land Development Code the site is entitled to a density one (1)
dwelling unit per twenty (20) acres. Therefore, a yield of 23 lots on 63.1 acres is not feasible. In addition,
Nassau County defines subdivision as: a. The division of real property in the unincorporated areas of
Nassau County, Florida into more than two (2) contiguous lots, parcels, tracts, sites or units. b.
Establishment or dedication of a road, street or alley through a tract of land resulting in the division of real
property. c. Resubdivision of land heretofore platted into lots, provided, however, that the sale or
exchange of lots or portions of lots to or between adjoining property owners, where such sale or exchange
does not create additional lots, shall not be considered a subdivision of land; d. Resubdivision or replatting
of subdivided property requires the submittal of a subdivision plat pursuant to the requirement of this
Ordinance. e. Transfer of property between property owners is exempt from this requirement if no
additional building sites or lots are created and neither parcel of land becomes substandard. According to
County records Wooten/Underwood in conjunction with G & H Land Development, LLC, through a series
of deeds, triggered section ‘a’ and ‘b’ of the above definition. As defined by Florida Statute 192.0001 Real
Property is: “Land, buildings, fixtures, and all other improvements of land. The terms “land”, “real
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estate”, realty”, and “real property” may be used interchangeable”. The Johnson family land, real property
consisting of land, real property consisting of land totaling 2.027 acres, described in the eight legal
descriptions, identified with 13 separate tax identification numbers, was purchased in its entirety in 2003
by Wooten/Underwood. Between April 9, 2004 and today the real property, formerly known as the
Johnson family land, has been subdivided into 48 separate properties with 47 of the properties being
contiguous with out the submittal of a subdivision plat or any contributions to infrastructure improvements.
At this time Nassau County does not recognize your 63.1 acre property as a buildable lot. In attempt to
facilitate your request we have considered the application of a “lot of record” exception. Unfortanately,
this property does not qualify as a lot of record because the subdivision took place after the Nassau County
Zoning Ordinance (September 27, 1983). We therefore regretfully inform you and other owners of record
within this subdivision that in order to receive development permits for any or all of these parcel, Nassau
County Land Development Code requires the approval of a subdivision plat. This office stands to assist in
the processing of a subdivision plat application. If you have any questions, feel free to call Taco Pope,
Planner I, or me.
Traffic: 27 June 2007: see Engineering comments
911 Addressing: 23 August 2007: Denied: Jenny Lane is a duplicate road name.
SJRWMD: 13 February 2007: application filed.

HAWKS LANDING, SP07-003
OR, 23 lots, 63.10 acres, located on Davis Road off of Musslewhite Road, Callahan area.
Developer: Submitted plans: 2 February 2007, distributed: 13 February 2007. Re-Submittal: 7 June
2007, distributed: 12 June 2007. Re-Submittal: 16 August 2007, distributed: 21 August 2007.
Building: 14 June 2007: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 13 February 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: 30 August 2007: A review of our records indicates the above the referenced project could
not be review for concurrency due to inconsistencies with the Nassau County Land Development Code or
the Nassau County Comprehensive Plan. This decision is based on information received from Growth
Management upon their review of this project.
Engineering: 10 September 2007: PREVIOUS COMMENTS: #1. Concurrency is still in process. #2.
St. Johns permit is still in process. #3. Still waiting for a submittal for Davis Road plans. #5. Still waiting
for revised location map for geotech report. NEW COMMENTS: #17. The plan is fine, but should add
the light symbol to the legend somewhere in the plans. #18. It would be a good idea to add arrows at the
center circle indicating for motorist to drive to their right. There is always some one who wants to go the
wrong way. #19. My comment was unclear, my concern related to whether it was possible to build the
street with the proper swales with 4:1 side slopes within a 60 foot right of way when you have two feet of
fill. A couple of street cross sections would determine if it will work or not. #20. It is necessary to
provide vehicle access to each pond for proper maintenance. My comment related to designating the
drainage easement as an access easement also, and requiring that it be unobstructed so as to allow vehicles
to traverse it. #29. I could not find the pond water levels and surface areas on the plans. NEW
COMMENTS: 32. A detail of the center island should be added to the plans, it should indicate the
construction, height, and landscaping. Be sure and allow for vehicle visibility in the circle. 33. The storm
sewer design spreadsheet still specifies “Hardie” pipe and it should be revised. 34. The 10 year tail water
elevation for Pond 2 is 23.8’ not 24.2’. Your design is conservative and allowable, if you don’t want to
change it. 35. Pipe P-9 is 480 feet of 24” diameter pipe. Section 10.6.4.8 of Nassau County ordinance 99-
17 specifies that the maximum allowable length for a 24” pipe is 300 feet. You need to add a manhole of
inlet in the line. 36. Pipe P-8 is located incorrectly in the profile and should be moved. 37. Check the
cover on pipe P-6, when drawn correctly in the plan and profile (30” diameter) the top appears to be within
one foot of the street surface.
Fire/Rescue: 14 February 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 19 February 2007: approved as submitted.
Growth Management : 27 August 2007: This Department has reviewed the preliminary plat and
proposed site plan for the above captioned subdivision. Hawks Landing consists of 63.10 acres located on
Davis Road off of Musslewhite Road. The site is designated as Agriculture by the Future Land Use Map
and zoned in the Open Rural, OR, district. The property also contains jurisdictional wetlands. The
property was part of a 2027-acre timber lease between Johnson and Container Corporation of America
recorded at OR 275 pg. 251 running through September 30, 2004. The entire property was owned by the
Johnson family through May 16, 2003. The entire 2,027-acre tract was conveyed to Wooten and
Underwood on May 16, 2003 via O.R. 1146 pg. 1284; O.R. 1146 pg 1288; O.R. 1146 pg 1292; and O.R.
1146 pg 1297. Each of these deeds contained the same eight (8) legal descriptions of the aforementioned
timber lease. County Records reflect that there were 13 tax parcel ID numbers associated with the same
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tract between 1996 and May 16, 2003. These tax parcels ranged in size from 10 acres to 440 acres. A
portion of the Wooten/Underwood tract was conveyed to G & H Land Development, LLC through a deed
recorded in OR book 1361 pages 1119-1121 dated October 21, 2005. On the same day in successive
recorded pages G & H Land Development, LLC conveyed Jose Jarel and Joseph Amellio 63.1 acres, in OR
book 1361 pages 1122-1124 dated October 21, 2005. According to the Nassau County Comprehensive
Plan and reinforced by the Nassau County Land Development Code the site is entitled to a density one (1)
dwelling unit per twenty (20) acres. Therefore, a yield of 23 lots on 63.1 acres is not feasible. In addition,
Nassau County defines subdivision as: a. The division of real property in the unincorporated areas of
Nassau County, Florida into more than two (2) contiguous lots, parcels, tracts, sites or units. b.
Establishment or dedication of a road, street or alley through a tract of land resulting in the division of real
property. c. Resubdivision of land heretofore platted into lots, provided, however, that the sale or
exchange of lots or portions of lots to or between adjoining property owners, where such sale or exchange
does not create additional lots, shall not be considered a subdivision of land; d. Resubdivision or replatting
of subdivided property requires the submittal of a subdivision plat pursuant to the requirement of this
Ordinance. e. Transfer of property between property owners is exempt from this requirement if no
additional building sites or lots are created and neither parcel of land becomes substandard. According to
County records Wooten/Underwood in conjunction with G & H Land Development, LLC, through a series
of deeds, triggered section ‘a’ and ‘b’ of the above definition. As defined by Florida Statute 192.0001 Real
Property is: “Land, buildings, fixtures, and all other improvements of land. The terms “land”, “real
estate”, realty”, and “real property” may be used interchangeable”. The Johnson family land, real property
consisting of land, real property consisting of land totaling 2.027 acres, described in the eight legal
descriptions, identified with 13 separate tax identification numbers, was purchased in its entirety in 2003
by Wooten/Underwood. Between April 9, 2004 and today the real property, formerly known as the
Johnson family land, has been subdivided into 48 separate properties with 47 of the properties being
contiguous with out the submittal of a subdivision plat or any contributions to infrastructure improvements.
At this time Nassau County does not recognize your 63.1 acre property as a buildable lot. In attempt to
facilitate your request we have considered the application of a “lot of record” exception. Unfortunately,
this property does not qualify as a lot of record because the subdivision took place after the Nassau County
Zoning Ordinance (September 27, 1983). We therefore regretfully inform you and other owners of record
within this subdivision that in order to receive development permits for any or all of these parcel, Nassau
County Land Development Code requires the approval of a subdivision plat. This office stands to assist in
the processing of a subdivision plat application. If you have any questions, feel free to call Taco Pope,
Planner I, or me.
Traffic: 10 September 2007: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: 13 February 2007: application filed.

HERITAGE OAKS, SP06-014
RS-1, To Develop 6 1/2 acre lots served by a dry pond with well and septic., 4.81 acres located off
Black Rock Road between Glenwood Oaks Lane and Cedar Road, Yulee, Florida.
Developer: Submitted Plans: 2 March 2006, distributed : 7 March, 2006. Re-Submittal: 4 May 2006,
distributed: 9 May 2006. Re-Submittal: 14 July 2006, distributed: 18 July 2006. Re-Submittal: 17
August 2006, distributed: 22 August 2006. Re-Submittal: 17 November 2006, distributed: 21 November
2006. Re-Submittal: 7 June 2007, distributed: 12 June 2007.
Building: 8 March, 2006: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 6 November 2007: approved as submitted.
Concurrency: 29 June 2007: Denied; Final Certificate of Concurrency cannot be granted at this time.
Engineering:     18 June 2007: approved as submitted.
Fire/Rescue: 8 March, 2006: approved as submitted.
Growth Management: 11 May 2006: approved as submitted.
Health: 22 March 2006: N/A We have no requirements for this subdivision. It is well/septic and no sewer
extension requirements.
Traffic: 18 June 2007: approved as submitted.
SJRWMD: #42-089-104170-1; issue date: 29 March 2007.

HERITAGE OAKS, PLAT
RS-1, To Develop 6 1/2 acre lots served by a dry pond with well and septic., 4.81 acres located off
Black Rock Road between Glenwood Oaks Lane and Cedar Road, Yulee, Florida.
Developer: Submitted Plans: 2 March 2006, distributed : 7 March 2006. 30 January 2007, distributed: 6
February 2007. Re-Submittal: 15 June 2007, distributed: 19 June 2007.
Building: 8 March 2006: approved as submitted.
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Computerized Data: 6 November 2007: approved as submitted
Concurrency: 29 June 2007: Denied; Final Certificate of Concurrency cannot be granted at this time.
Engineering: 16 February 2007: approved as submitted.
Fire/Rescue: 8 March 2006: approved as submitted.
Growth Management: 2 July 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 20 June 2007: approved as submitted.
Traffic: 16 February 2007: approved as submitted.
SJRWMD: #42-089-104170-1; issue date: 29 March 2007.
911 Addressing: 21 February 2007: approved as submitted.

KELLY R.V. PARK, SP08-004
 CG, 3 buildings, 4,021 square feet, 82 R.V. spaces, located at 545689 U.S. Hwy.1, Callahan area.
Developer: Submitted plans: 22 February 2008, distributed: 4 March 2008.
Building: 28 March 2008: 1. Need to provide Accessible Parking and Accessible Route to all buildings
on site. 2. Provide striping and signage details.
Computerized Data: 4 March 2008: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval.
Concurrency: 5 March 2008: A review of our records does not indicate the above referenced project has
concurrency at the time. Therefore, an application for a concurrency determination should be made or the
applicant should provide documentation that a certificate was previously issued.
Engineering: 26 March 2008: 1. You will need a FDOT permit for work in the State right of way. We
need this permit before final approval is given for the project. They may also require a different turn lane.
2. You will need a permit or waiver from St. Johns River Water Management District before final
approval is given for the project. 3. You will need concurrency. If you have not filed an application, then
one should be filed with this department as soon as possible. 4. You will need a lighting plan for the
project. 5. Stop signs at the highway intersection and appropriate interior intersections need to be shown
on the plans. 6. Provide a definition of “slag” material including mix design or material, gradations and
any other necessary data to define material. 7. There are several errors in the Paving and Drainage notes:
a. Notes 5, 11 and 21 are in conflict with using “slag” material. Revise or remove. b. Note 4 & 14 should
refer to “FDOT” standards, not “City” standards. c. Remove Hardie pipe from Note #10. Hardie pipe is
not allowed in Nassau County. d. Note #20 should be revised to indicate 8” lifts and 98% density. e. Note
#12 refers to curb and gutters and sidewalks? f. Note #11 refers to removal of unsuitable materials?
DRAINGE: 8. There are serious problems with the drainage design and ICPR program model: a. The
PRE-1 has stages of 100 and 101 feet. This is totally unrealistic and affects the results. b. Post-1 has
stages of 31 and 32 feet. This causes the pond, which is at the downstream end of the channel, to be
assumed as 3 foot higher that the invert causing the channel to be a “de-fact” detention channel. c. The
existing pond and discharge swale to the property line is not included in the ICPR computations and is a
critical part of the system. Bndy-1 should be at the property line, not the pond since the criteria is flow
onto downstream land. The model provides no information as to the normal water level in the pond or the
discharge from the pond. Additional flows could flood the pond and/or cause a large offsite flow. Please
revise the ICPR program.
Fire Rescue: 4 March 2008: approved as submitted.
Health: 28 March 2008: 1. Completed site plan review application with $145.00 fee required prior to
final approval. 2. Make note on plans that existing wells are only for irrigation purposes and are at least
50’ from septic tank and drainfield. 3. The following items will be required for compliance with the
Florida Administrative Code. a. Completed OSTDS (septic) permit application with $350.00 application
fee required. b. Updated OSTDS Yearly Operating Permit Application with $150.00 yearly fee. c.
Completed well drilling application with $150.00 application fee required. d. Annual Limited Use Water
System application with $75.00 permit fee required, additional $150.00 for Quarterly samples, if not
regulated by DEP. e. Well and Septic System must meet Florida Administrative Code Chapter 64E.6 and
64E.8. f. Mobile Home/RV License Permit, fee based on number of sites X $4.00/site.
Growth Management: 6 March 2008: Legal description and Owner information should be shown on
plans of site should be shown on plans. [Section 5.3 of the Nassau County Development Review
Regulations]. 2. Show table of site acreage, land coverage, total building area, footprints, total parking
area, retention area, and open space. [Section 5.3 of the Nassau County Development Review
Regulations]. 3. Location, size and design of landscaped areas. Landscaping shall conform to Ord 2008-
01 for off-island requirements. The Dept. recognizes efforts to save large oak trees on property and credit
will be given for requirements efforts to save large oak trees on property and credit will be given for
requirements of 37.05c(3) if trees are adequately identified and protected. 4. Provide sealed survey
showing boundary and indicating property is or is not in the flood zone. [Section 5.3 of the Nassau County
Development Review Regulations]. 5. Location of dumpster with screened enclosure with appropriate
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maneuvering room. [Section 5.3 of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 6. Show
adjacent “present” uses. [Section 5.3 of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 7.
Parking should be shown for accessory structures. [Section 5.3 of the Nassau County Development
Review Regulations]. 8. Show all signage including entrance sign size and type. [Section 5.3 of the
Nassau County Development Review Regulations].
Traffic: 26 March 2008: see Engineering plans.
SJRWMD: 5 February 2008: application filed.

LANDINGS AT LOFTON CREEK, SP07-039
 RS-2, 11 lots, 11.01 acres, located on Pages Dairy Road, Yulee area.
Developer: Submitted plans: 30 October 2007, distributed: 6 November 2007. Re-Submittal: 14
January 2008, distributed: 22 January 2008. Re-Submittal: 24 March 2008, distributed: 1 April 2008.
Building: 26 November 2007: approved as submitted.
Concurrency: 10 August 2007: Final Certificate of Concurrency granted for 14 single family dwelling
units.
Computerized Data: 6 November 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval.
Engineering: 12 February 2008: approved as submitted.
Fire/Rescue : 6 November 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 3 April 2008: 1. Completed site plan review application with $145.00 fee required prior to final
approval.
Growth Management:           3 April 2008: approved w/condition: 1. The approval is subject to satisfaction
of the created public park and recreation demand. Please reference plat review comments dated 4/3/2008.
Traffic: 12 February 2008: approved as submitted.
SJRWMD: #42-089-111670-1, issue date: 21 September 2007.

LANDINGS AT LOFTON CREEK, PLAT
 RS-2, 11 lots, 11.01 acres, located on Pages Dairy Road, Yulee area.
Developer: Submitted plans: 30 October 2007, distributed: 6 November 2007. Re-Submittal: 29
January 2008, distributed: 5 February 2008.
Building: 26 November 2007: approved as submitted.
Concurrency: 10 August 2007: Final Certificate of Concurrency granted for 14 single family dwelling
units.
Computerized Data: 6 November 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Engineering: 21 November 2007: approved as submitted.
Fire/Rescue : 6 November 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 6 February 2008: 1. Completed plat review application with $75.00 fee required prior to final
approval.
Growth Management: 3 April 2008: 1. According to the Certificate of Concurrency dated August 10,
2006, “The project is estimated to generate a total 1.2 acres of recreation demand. Recreation requirements
will be addressed by the Nassau County Growth Management Department during the development
approval process.” The 1.2 acre calculation was based on a 14 unit subdivision and used an inaccurate
equation. The appropriate public recreation demand for demand for the project based on the LOS
described in Policy 9.02.01 of the Comprehensive Plan is approximately four tenths (0.4) of an acre.
Section 2.06.D.2, Measurement of Available Capacity, Parks/Open Space, of the Land Development Code
establishes an acceptable methodology for determining compliance with the LOS standards for parks and
recreation. Please provide documentation demonstrating that current County facilities will satisfy the
newly created demand. In alternative, dedication of land is required or, if desired, the BOCC may accept
payment of funds in lieu of land dedication. In previous conversations you indicated that your client
intends to prepare a proposal to satisfy the public park demand with a monetary contribution based on the
appraised value of the undeveloped site. The appropriate course of action upon completion of the proposal
is to schedule an appointment with Walter Fufidio, Planning Director and Daniel Salmon, Parks and
Recreation Director. [Section 3.3.3 of the Development Review Regulations].
Traffic: 21 November 2007: approved as submitted.
SJRWMD: #42-089-111670-1, issue date: 21 September 2007.
911 Addressing: 6 February 2008: Denied: Must submit road name for pre approval.

LIVING WATERS WORLD OUTREACH CHURCH, PHASE 1, SP08-006
OR with Conditional Use, 39,056 sf total with a 250 seat sanctuary, 250 seat related school and 9,000 sf
gymnasium and 244 parking spaces on 15.90 acres, Fernandina Beach area.
Developer: Submitted Plans: 6 March 2008, distributed: 11 March 2008.
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Building: 31 March 2008: 1. Provide one additional accessible parking space (adjacent to gymnasium)
an accessible route. (7 total spaces required). Per 11-4.1.2(5) 2. Provide accessible passenger loading
zone at the covered drop off area(s). Per 11-4.6.6 3. Provide detectable warning material and striped
crosswalk locations in the accessible route. Per 11-4.29.
Computerized Data: 11 March 2008: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: 11 March 2008: Our records does not indicate the above referenced project does not have
concurrency at this time. Therefore, an application for concurrency determination should be made or the
applicant should provide documentation that a certificate was previously issued.
Engineering:      28 March 2008: 1. Project will need a permit from St. Johns River Water Management
District before final approval. 2. Project will need a geo tech report identifying the depth of the water
table and soil types. 3. Project will need a traffic report to determine necessity for right and/or left turn
lanes. It will also be needed for concurrency. 4. Project will need concurrency. If concurrency has not
been granted, then an application for concurrency should be filed with this department as soon as possible.
5. Project will need a lighting plan to provide safety on the project and lighting at the entrances. 6. As
stated in Zoning Board Order, ten feet of additional right of way adjacent to County Highway 107 needs to
be dedicated to Nassau County and shown on the plans. 7. Sidewalks will be required along CR107. 8.
Referring to the boring under the highway for the force main: a. Show the existing water main on the East
side of the highway on the plans. Also any other existing utilities should be shown on the plans. b . Plans
indicate that a separate right of way permit is required for this boring. c. Sheet PP-1 seems to refer to an
8” new force main, whereas Sheet GE-1 indicates a 4” bore. Which is correct? d. Add a notation that any
County right of way disturbed by the boring or other construction shall be restored to pre construction
condition using Bermuda sod. 9. Site must have a soil erosion plan with silt fence around the construction
area. 10. All storm sewer pipes in the County right of way must be RCP. Use RCP pipe for the two
driveway culverts. DRAINAGE: 11. Referring to the ICPR computer model: a. According to the Soil
Survey of Nassau County, the soil on site is type A, therefore the curve number used in the program for
PRE-1 basin is too high and should be about 45, please revise the data. b. The peaking factor for PRE-1
basin should be 256, not 323. c. According to the outlet structure on Sheet DE-1 the weirs are 5.67 foot
wide to be installed in a Class “E” inlet. “E” inlets are only 4 feet wide and the design needs to be revised
i. d. Since geo tech report was not submitted, it is impossible to determine relationship between NWL and
ground water table. 3. There is a conflict in the results from the computer model. For the 25 yr rainfall,
the flow at the drop structure is 24.37cfs, yet the flow at BNDY1 which is at the end of the discharge pipe
from the drop structure is 14.75 cfs. This is not possible. Please review the structure of the computer
model and/or explain this conflict. f. There is also another abnormality in the program in the fact that
Pond 1 received about half of the site flow, yet the computer model only indicates less than 1 cfs discharge
for pond 1. Please review the structure of the program or explain this abnormality. 12. The water surface
area at the normal water level should be shown on ponds, as well as the 5, 10 and 25 year water elevation.
13. Sewer S-7 to S-21 and S-Drop1 to S-out 1 both extend into the banks and should be shortened to
reflect actual design. 14. According to the pipe table, the driveway culvert pipe S17 to S18 is 160 feet
long. Please correct as needed. 15. According to the pipe table driveway culvert S19 to S20 is a 30”
diameter pipe? Please correct as needed. 16. As per Nassau County ordinance, the maximum length of a
15” storm sewer is 200 feet, S1 to S2 exceeds this length. Either the pipe size should be increased to 18”
or a manhole or inlet added on the line. 17. Inlets S-13 and S-15 appear to be in the middle of driveway at
the County right of way line. If a reverse inward slope in the driveway is intended; provide a detail for
clarity. Otherwise, how will they function at the high point in the driveway? 18. There appears to be
missing data in the pipe table. Review the table and insure that all needed information is included. 18.
There is no information of the plans or in the report regarding CR107 drainage swale capacity. Is the
present swale large enough to accommodate the site’s discharge and the discharge from the upstream
detention pond? Provide computations to prove capacity. PAVEMENT: 20. Pavement detail specifies S1
asphalt, the County standard is now SP12.5. Please revise to conform to County standards. 21. Since the
exit driveway lane is one way, the stop bar should extend across the width of the lane, not halfway. 22.
Add details of the driveway intersections with the existing highway. 23 The South entrance should also
have “one way” signs. 24. It is not required, but advisable to have signs on the site or in the highway right
of way indicating entrance only and exit only since drivers on the highway can not see the “one way” signs
within the site.
Fire Rescue: 11 March 2008: approved as submitted.
Health: 24 March 2008: approved as submitted.
Growth Management: 17 March 2008: 1. Please place seat limit on bldg. footprint and phase as per
Conditional Use. 2. Project is subject to Ord. 2008-01, specifically 37.05. Landscape plan does not meet
minimum requirements (parking area, roadway treatment, buffer to adjacent land uses0. 3. Please indicate
10’ strip of land to be dedicated to county on all sheets, no trees shall be removed from this strip of land
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without authorization. 4. Indicate flood plain boundary, or if entire site in x then state on plans. 5.
Provide location of dumpster with appropriate screening. 6. Please indicate size and type of signage that
conforms to Article 30 in residential districts.
Traffic: 28 March 2008: see Engineering plans.
SJRWMD: 6 March 2008: application filed.

LONESOME OAK ESTATES, PLAT
OR, 8 lots, 8.95 acres, located on CR108 and Crossbranch Road, Hilliard area.
Developer: Submitted Plans: 11 January 2008, distributed: 22 January 2008. Re-Submittal: 29 February
2008, distributed: 11 March 2008.
Building: 11 February 2008: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 4 February 2008: approved as submitted.
Concurrency: 1 February 2008: Final Certificate of Concurrency Granted with Conditions.
Engineering: 8 2008: It has been determined that Lonesome Oaks Estates plat complies with the above
stated ordinances. There may be other building department, state or federal criteria that may be applicable,
but have not been reviewed as they are not within our scope of review. A comprehensive review has been
conducted, but there is no implied warranty by Nassau County that all design errors or mistakes have been
found and our review is not intended to incur any liability to Nassau County or its employees for any
omissions in the plans.
Fire Rescue: 22 January 2008: approved as submitted.
Health: 1 April 2008: approved as submitted.
Growth Management: 24 March 2008: approved with conditions: 1. The proposed project creates a
0.27 acre demand on the Nassau County public park system. Pursuant to Article II, Concurrency and
Proportionate Fair Share, Section 2.06D, Parks/Open Space, of the Nassau County Land Development
Code, please contact Nassau County to discuss a monetary contribution to satisfy the created park and
recreation demand.
Traffic: 8 February 2008: see Engineering comments.
911 Addressing: 22 January 2008: approved as submitted.
SJRWMD: 1 February 2008: Compliance #886348.

MINER PINES, SP08-003
RS-2, 24.43 acres, 60 lots, located on the westside of Miner Road between Turk Lane & Shady Oak Drive,
Yulee area.
Developer: Submitted Plans: 19 November 2007, distributed: 26 February 2008.
Building: 3 March 2008: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 26 February 2008: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: 27 February 2008: Denied; Final Certificate of Concurrency cannot be granted at this time.
Engineering:       7 March 2008: 1. Project will need concurrency before final approval of plans is given.
2. Project will need a permit from St. Johns River Water Management District before final approval of the
plans is given. 3. A copy of the geo-tech report should be included with the next submittal. The report
should include soils types and depths of ground water table at boring locations. 4. Plan and profile sheets
are required for all streets. These sheets should include the existing ground surface, proposed street
elevations, elevation at high and low points in street, street slopes, storm sewer crossing under streets and
any soil borings in or close to the streets with the ground water table elevation identified. 5. The project
will need a street lighting plan. 6. A traffic report is required that includes the average daily trips per day
for the project. Depending on the volume of traffic, right and/or left turns into the project may be required.
7. A storm sewer and structure table should be added to the plans for clarity. 8. All lots should be
designated as A, B or C grading and a standard grading detail for these grading patterns should be included
in the plans for reference. 9. The typical street detail on Sheet 6 should include: a. sidewalks on both
sides. b. 18” of sod adjacent to outside of curb on both sides. c. street labeled as 2-3% cross slope. d. 1 ½
“of SP 12.5 asphalt instead of 1 ¼ of S-1 asphalt. e. the lime rock must have an LBR of 100, not 70. f.
remove note #1 in detail 10. The street detail should indicate the total right of way width and all interior
dimensions of lanes, curb width, sod width and sidewalks. 11. The street detail specifies 10 or 12 foot
wide lanes. If different width streets are intended, then streets should be identified by name and pavement
widths for clarity. 12. Change the Paving and Drainage note #5 to 1 ½” SP 12.5 instead of 1 ¼” S-1
asphalt. 13. Remove Pipe and Drainage Note #10. Add a note that all storm sewers under streets must be
RCP pipe. 14. Paving and drainage note #20 should be revised to requires 8” lift and 98% compaction.
15. Note #8 on Sheet 26 should be removed. 16. Note # 9 on same sheet should be revised to indicate
Nassau County instead of Duval County. 17. Note #11 under Existing Utility Protection should also be
revised to indicate Nassau County instead of Duval County. 18. Notes # 4 and 6 under Restoration Notes
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should be revised to read “Nassau County” instead of “Duval” County. 19. Sidewalk along Miner Road
should be 5 feet wide, not 4 feet wide and these plans should coordinate installation design with adjacent
site on South so there is continuous properly aligned sidewalk at the common property line. 20. There
should be a typical swale detail for the ditch adjacent to Miner Road on the plans. 21. The pump station
site is near the cross drain under Miner Road and also close to the South property line. There is an existing
driveway culvert on the adjacent site. It is important to show the Miner Road cross drain on your plans and
also to coordinate your design with the adjacent existing structure so that the existing pipes and storm
water flow are not adversely affected. 22. The adjacent building site has about two feet of fill near the
South project line. It is important to coordinate grading at this border so as not to have drainage problems.
23. The emergency access road between Lots 54 and 55 should be on a dedicated 30 foot Right of way and
have a paved access road conforming to County standards. 24. It is not clear on the plans how the sanitary
sewer and water lines connect to the main lines. If it is necessary to cross Miner Road for any utility
connections, they should be bored and shown on the plans. If a utility line needs to be extended within the
right of way of Miner Road, the extension needs to be included in the plans. 25. The plans are unclear as
to whether there is a hard surface road intended to be installed for interior access to the pump station or
will the driveway on Miner Road be the sole access point. DRAINAGE: 26. Nassau County does not
allow a default Tc of 20 minutes. Our ordinance specifies that the Tc be calculated. If it is less than 10
minutes, then 10 minutes can be used, if it is over 10 minutes then the computed Tc should be used. The
Tc’s in your computations should be revised as needed. 27. The storm sewer design spread sheet used a
“C” value of 0.40. This is very low for these size lots. The normal expected range would be from 0.5 to
0.65. Please revise the “C” factor to be more consistent with the lot sizes. 28. The design flow into S1 and
S2 is 6.79 cfs and 5.0 cfs respectfully. With a higher “C” factor, the flow will be greater. The capacity of a
single standard inlet is about 4 cfs; therefore double inlets will be required at these points. 29. Nassau
County Ordinance requires flow computations for the 5, 10 and 25 year rain event. A 3 year event may be
substituted for the 5 year event, but computations for a 10 year event must be added to the computations.
30. While a significant portion of the storm sewer system was modeled in the ICPR program, these lines
must still be included in the storm sewer spreadsheet computations so as to verify inlets are lower that 25
year pond level, proper inlet capacity is present and to insure that peak 5 year runoff is not larger that 12
hour discharges for ponds. 31. In the ICPR entry data: a. “BNDY1” has stages of 19.9 and 21.0. Looking
at the discharge point from the pond, it appears that the existing elevation is about 20.2. Please review and
make sure that the program elevations are correct. Also, how did you determine that the maximum depth in
the wetland would be 21.0 feet? b. All of the “PRE” nodes have initial stages of 100 and warning stages of
101. It is suggested that more accurate limits that reflect the actual site elevation be used in the program.
c. The ICPR results shown on Page 20 of the Drainage Report indicate manhole surface areas for 125 to
146 square feet. This is impossible for a 48” diameter manhole or inlet. Can you explain these high areas?
d. The ICPR entry data for “Drawdown 2” at Pond 3 discharge structure indicate a pipe invert at 18.5 feet.
The detail on Sheet 6 of the plans indicate an invert of 20.0. Please correct the elevation in error. 32. The
ICPR result indicates that the project meets the Pre and Past conditions in our Ordinance. However, we
require that this information be placed in a table near the front of the Drainage Report. There are people
who look at these reports and do not have the ability to interpret ICPR results; therefore a summary table
near the front of the report is desirable. Also, normally the report states somewhere in it that the project
does meet Ordinance requirements. 33. There should be erosion protection plans as part of the plans and
there should be
a silt fence around construction areas shown on the plans. 34. The Nassau County standard detail for street
signs needs to be added to the construction plans. All other signs shall conform to Nassau County
standards. 35. There should be a crosswalk at the main entrance of the subdivision at Miner Road. 36. All
areas within the Miner Road right of way affected by construction connected with this development shall
be restored and sodded with Bermuda grass. 37. Blue RPM’s should be installed in the middle of all lanes
adjacent to all fire hydrants. 38. There should be a 100 foot strip of 6” double wide yellow striping with
RPM’s on the main entrance of the subdivision at Miner Road. 39. All existing or proposed utilities in
front of the project and within the right of way of Miner Road should be shown on the construction plans.
Fire/Rescue: 26 February 2008: 1. Delete the fire hydrant shown at Miner Rd. and entrance to
subdivision. 2. Provide a fire hydrant between lots #43 & #44. 3. Delete the fire hydrant shown between
lots #40 & #41. 4. Provide a fire hydrant between lots #39 & #40.
Growth Management: 4 March 2008: 1. Lift station screening refers to landscape plan that is not
included. Please include landscape plan for project that conforms to Section 37.05 of Ordinance 2008-01.
2. Wetland Buffers are to be 25 feet per Section 37.03 of Ordinance 2008-01. 3. Recreation shall be
provided following the formula units x 2.44 x .014 – acres [Section 4.5 of the Nassau County Development
Review Regulations]. 4. Entrance sign(s) conforming to the zoning code shall be shown. [Section 4.5 of
the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 5. Setbacks on lots 21-23 cannot include wetland
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buffer. Refer to Section 37.0(e) of Ordinance 2008-01. 6. Engineering plans shall meet 3.4 (1-7) of the
Development Review Regulations. 7. Street names are required. [Section 4.4 of the Nassau County
Development Review Regulations]. 8. Southern most cul-de-sac is too close to property perimeter.
[Section 4.6 of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 9. Legal description, site data
summary, and adjacent uses are required on plans. [Section 5.3(1)(b) and 5.3.(2)(a-d) and 5.3 (v) of the
Nassau County Development Review Regulations].
Health: 28 March 2008: 1. The proposed plan is requesting public water and public sewer capability;
therefore, a letter from the utility provider indicating that water and sewer is available will be required
prior to final approval of plan. 2. Provide site plan for sewer extension showing all wells, or note “no
wells within 200’ of proposed sewer extension”. (includes existing wells on adjacent properties). 3.
Utility Extension Plan Fee: $300 plan review for extension to a subdivision or $20 per developed lot
where the sewer line passes more than 15 developed properties (homes or businesses). $100 plan review
for extension to a single residence or business. 4. Please submit completed site plan review application
with $45.00 review fee.
Traffic: 7 March 2008: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: 16 July 2007: application filed.

MINER PINES, PLAT
 RS-2, 24.43 acres, 60 lots, located on the westside of Miner Road between Turk Lane & Shady Oak Drive,
Yulee area.
Developer: Submitted Plans: 21 February 2008, distributed: 26 February 2008.
Building: 3 March 2008: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 26 February 2008: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: 27 February 2008: Denied; Final Certificate of Concurrency cannot be granted at this time.
Engineering: 5 March 2008: 1. The street right of way dedication should be changed. The streets can
be dedicated to the public, but not to Nassau County. The County Commissioners decided not to accept
new subdivision streets for maintenance. There should be some group identified as responsible for
maintenance. Normally it is the homeowners association. 2. The existing 70 foot wide right of way for
Miner Road is less than the 90 foot right of way required for minor collectors. Therefore an additional ten
feet of right of way adjacent to Miner Road and dedicated to Nassau County should be shown on the plat.
3. The construction plans have not yet been reviewed. With 60 lots there probably will be both right turn
in and left turn in lanes to be added to Miner Road. This may require additional right of way in addition to
the 10 feet listed above. A sidewalk along Miner Road will also be required; it can be within the right of
way or outside of the right of way on an easement. 4. The minimum first floor elevations are missing in
the FFE tables. 5. The secondary/emergency road access on Lots 54 and 55 should be a right of way, not
an easement. 6. Please label the 20 foot access easement between lots 5 & 6 as emergency access and
utility easement. It may be possible to arraign another emergency access to the subdivision from the
adjoining property. This would be desirable because the Southern part of the development has only one
way out.
Fire/Rescue: 26 February 2008: approved as submitted.
Growth Management:            4 March 2008: 1. Nassau County Site Plan comments (e.g. wetland buffers,
row design, etc.) mailed under separate cover. 2. All street names shall have the written approval of the
911 Coordinator. 3. Dedication for park(s) shown. 3. Location of setback lines. 4. Zoning District(s)
property is located in.
Health: 28 March 2008: 1. The proposed plan is requesting public water and public sewer capability;
therefore, a letter from the utility provider indicating that water and sewer is available will be required
prior to final approval of plan. (same comment for Site Plan application) 2. Provide net and gross acreage
on each lot. 3. Provide site plan for sewer extension showing all wells, or note “no wells within 200’ of
proposed sewer extension”. (includes existing wells on adjacent properties).

Traffic: 5 March 2008: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: 16 July 2007: application filed.
911 Addressing: 26 February 2008: approved as submitted.


NASSAU FUNERAL HOME, SP08-011
CG, 2,866 sf, 4.12 acres, 15 parking spaces, change of use from residential to commercial, located at
541720 US Hwy. 1, Callahan area.
Developer: Submittal: 3 April 2008, distributed: 8 April 2008.
Building: 8 April 2008: approved as submitted.
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Computerized Plans: 8 April 2008: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: 15 April 2008: Final Certificate of Concurrency granted with conditions.
Engineering:        15 April 2008: 1. You will need a permit or a letter from St. Johns River Water
Management District stating that a permit is not required. 2. We need some idea of the traffic into the
facilities. I assume there is a small amount so a traffic report will be not be required. However we will need
a statement from the engineer on the estimated amount of traffic and time of day of traffic flow for our
records. 3. The parking lot and driveway must be paved. 4. No elevations, contours or other information
is provided to indicate direction or amount of drainage. 5. Drainage computations should be provided for
the site based on a paved driveway and parking areas to determine if detention is required or not. 6. As
per ordinance, there should be a sidewalk along the highway. 7. FDOT may require a driveway permit or
other improvements. 8. An erosion control plans is required with a silt fence. 9. Please identify the “X
flood zone” also as the 100 year flood plain. (Most people don’t know what an “X flood zone” is).
Fire/Rescue: 14 April 2008: approved as submitted.
Growth Management :              9 April 2008: 1. Show future cross access from parking area. The future
cross access will connect adjacent commercial development when adjacent parcels are developed. 2. Site
drainage is not shown on plan. 3. Will lighting be integrated into parking? If so, pleas show on the site
plan locations and type(s). 4. Nassau County Development Review Regs require parking and driveways to
be paved, landscaped, and drained. Alternatives to paving can only be approved by Public Works. 5.
Landscape plan does not comply with Ord. 2008-01, multiple elements inside parking area and on
perimeter. 6. Please illustrate that maneuvering at handicapped space does not encroach into buffer and/or
property line.
Health:        8 April 2008: awaiting comments.
Traffic: 15 April 2008: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: 4 April 2008: Exempt.

OAKWOODS, REPLAT
OR, 1 acre, 1 lot, located on Shady Oak Drive, West, Yulee area.
Developer: Submittal: 5 July 2006, distributed: 11 July 2006. Re-Submittal: 20 September 2007,
distributed: 25 September 2007.
Building: 14 July 2006: approved as submitted.
Computerized Plans4 October 2006: approved as submitted.
Concurrency: 14 July 2006: Project does not meet the Sect. 3 "Applicability" standard of Ord.99-06.
Engineering:        15 October 2007: approved with condition: There is one minor error that should be
corrected on the final plat, the year is still wrong on the Adoption and Dedication statement, please change.
Fire/Rescue: 12 July 2006: approved as submitted.
Growth Management : 8 October 2007: 1. Please include the acreage involved within the legal
description. The original Tract 6 indicates a 45,213 square feet or 1.03 acre tract. the legal description
only indicates 43,560 square feet. Is Tract 6 being re-platted to correct an error contained on the plat
recorded in Plat Book 5, Page 370 & 371? [Section 3.3.1 of the Nassau County Development Review
Regulations]. 2. Lot square footage needs to be included on the plat. [Section 3.3.5 of the Nassau County
Development Review Regulations]. 3. The property lies within the Category 4 and 5 storm surge areas.
[Section 3.3.15 of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations].
Health: 16 October 2007: 1. Please submit completed plat review application with $75.00 review fee.
Traffic: 19 July 2006: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: awaiting developers response.
911 Addressing: 11 July 2006: approved as submitted.

OYSTER BAY HARBOURS, JOHNSON, BAY, CONTESSA ISLANDS, SP07-015
PUD, 82 lots, 27.61 acres, single family lots, duplex and townhome units, Fernandina Beach area.
Developer: Submitted plans: 19 April 2007, distributed: 24 April 2007.
Building: 27 April 2007: 1. The AE/VE noted on plans near the existing bridge is in reverse, correct on
plans (Sheet C-3). 2. Need to note proposed structures on a pile foundation where located in the “VE”
Flood Zone. No “structural” fill is permitted. Parking slab must be at existing grade. 3. Structures
located in the “AE” Flood Zone; plans indicate Finished Floor at 8.0 through 9.0 feet AMSL. Need to
indicate use on first floor, limited to storage, parking and building access. Note the Minimum Finished
Floor Elevation of conditioned habitable space is 1 foot above the Base Flood Elevation (14’ AMSL). 4.
Structures located in the “VE” Flood Zone; no structural fill is permitted. Plans indicate Finished Floor at
8.0 through 8.6 feet AMSL. Note: The Minimum Finished Floor Elevation if conditioned habitable space
is 1 foot above the Base Flood Elevation (14’ AMSL). Also, note on plans pile construction is required
and the Base Flood Elevation of 13’ AMSL is to the bottom of the Lowest Horizontal Structural Member.
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5. Need to verify the location of the delineated Flood Zone Lines of the Special Flood Hazard Areas per
the F.I.R.M. Maps and the “Q-3” Program from the FEMA in “State Plane” Coordinance.
Concurrency: 24 April 2007: awaiting comments.
Computerized Data: 24 April 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Engineering: 10 May 2007: 1. The legal description shown on Sheet C-2 does not seem to agree with
the visual representation of the three island project. Also, the description specifies a total area of 11.49
acres, but the total of the predeveloped area in the project is 17.57 acres? The legal description needs to be
reviewed and revised as needed. 2. Have the existing bridges been constructed under a permit from any
governmental agency? If so, please include copies of the permits and approvals for our files. 3. On sheet
6, part of the Marina Island project is included in these plans and a new villa was added to Marina Island.
The Marina Island yacht club was a separate project, previously approved by the County. If you wish to
modify that project by adding a building, then that project should be modified and not included in this
project. If a portion of the Marina Island project is to be shown on these plans, it should be clearly
identified as being added for informational purposes only and not part of this project. 4. All Cul de sacs
and roundabouts are too small. Section 11.4.2 of County ordinance 99-17 specifies that the minimum right
of way for a Cul de sac is 60 feet. Section 11.4.3 specifies that the minimum pavement radii for Cul de
sacs shall be 50 feet. Roundabouts have the same requirements. Please adjust your design accordingly. 5.
The plan view identifies the street right of way width as 50 feet; typical street detail on Sheet 14 indicates a
60 foot wide right of way. Section 11.2.1 of the above County ordinance specifies that local roads shall
have a minimum 60 foot right of way. The plans should be corrected as needed. 6. The street detail also
specifies that the lane width “varies”. Section 11.3.1 of the above quoted county ordinance specifies a
minimum width of 10 feet for local roads. They can be wider so it is permissible to list lane widths as
variable, but with a minimum 10 foot width. 7. Sheet 14 has a detail of a “typical retaining wall (by
others)”. All retaining walls higher than 3 feet above ground level must have plans, details and
computations included in the plans and submittals. 8. Please add notations that shrubbery or structures in
the center of any Cul de sac shall allow for driver’s visibility for vehicles entering or in the roundabout. 9.
There are no plan and profile sheets for the streets and elevation of high and low points in the street. 10.
Street centerline stationing will need to be added to the plan view sheets and to the plan and profile sheets.
11. Minimum first floor elevation should be shown for each unit or building or may be included in a table
on the plans. 12. There is concern for the construction of the roadway section between the two islands on
Sheet 8. There is a low narrow strip of land between the islands much narrower than a necessary street
right of way. Please provide special plans and detail as to how this section will be constructed. 13. All
roundabouts should be properly marked with striping, signs and crosswalks. 14. Section 11.7.4 of the
above referenced county ordinance specifies that sidewalks are required on all commercial developments
and in subdivisions containing lots 1 acre or less. Sidewalks are required on both sides of each street. 15.
Handicap accessible cross walks are also required. 16. There is one “tee” intersection that requires a stop
sign and stop bar. DRAINAGE: 17. As discussed in a DRC meeting, this project consists of developing
islands that are basically in the St. Mary’s River and all storm water discharges will go directly into the
river. Section 10.6.3.2 of County ordinance allows the Engineering Services Department to exempt
projects that border on and discharge into the St. Mary’s or Nassau River, the Intercoastal waterways and
the Atlantic Ocean. Section 10.3.5 allows the Department to exempt any project from drainage
requirements when the proposed improvements will result in less than a 5% increase in discharge in
volume or rate and there is no adverse impact on downstream landowners. Based on these sections, this
project is exempt from all Nassau County detention requirements.
Fire/Rescue : 24 April 2007: 1. Provide a fire hydrant between the entrances drives for units J1, J2 and
J3, J4 on Johnson Island. 2. Relocate the fire hydrant, on Bay Island East, located in front of B-29, B-30,
to with 7 ½ feet of the curb and relocate in front of units B-33, B-34. 3. Relocate the fire hydrant, at
Contessa Island, to the radius of the intersection.
Health: 9 May 2007: 1. Provide site plan for sewer extension showing all wells, or note, “no wells within
200’ of proposed sewer extension” on plans. (includes existing wells on adjacent properties). 2. The
proposed site plan is requesting public water and public sewer capability; therefore, a letter from the utility
provider indicating that water and sewer is available will be required prior to final approval of plan. 3.
Utility Extension Plan Review – fee based on the following guidelines; $300.00 plan review for extension
to a subdivision or $20.00 per developed lot where the sewer line passes more than 15 developed
properties (home or businesses); $100.00 plan review for extension to a single residence or business-
provide plans for sewer extension for review/determination of Utility Extension Fee. (unless applied
before April 2005 for Utilities) 4. Complete site plan review application with $45.00 fee required prior to
final approval.
Growth Management: 13 August 2007: 1. Please include a table including the number of dwelling units
proposed for construction on each island. Also, please include a tabulation showing the number of
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dwelling units approved in previous phases. {Section 5.3.2.c of the Nassau County Development Review
Regulations]. 2. Include the Marina Island site information since you are proposing additional structures
on the Marina Island in addition to previously approved totals. 3. Show the dimensions of all structures,
setbacks from property lines, and distances between structures. Add note on the site tabulations stating the
percentage of lot coverage. [Section 5.3.2.f of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 4.
Include the locations of street lighting and any proposed signage. [Section 5.3.2.l of the Nassau County
Development Review Regulations]. 5. Include a table showing the required wetland buffer areas versus
provided wetland buffer areas and language regarding the upland buffers as required in the attached
ordinance amending Section 6.5 of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations. [Section 5.3.2.n
of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations].
Traffic: 10 May 2007: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: 20 April 2007: application filed.

PINERIDGE ROAD ESTATES
OR, 1 lot, 3.0 acres, located off of Ratliff Road on Pineridge Road, Callahan area.
Developer: Submittal: 31 January 2008, distributed: 5 February 2008.
Building: 11 February 2008: approved as submitted.
Computerized Plans:          5 February 2008: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency:           6 February 2008: A review of our records does not indicate the above referenced
project has concurrency at this time. Therefore, an application for concurrency determination should be
made or the applicant should provide documentation that a certificate was previously issued.
Engineering: 29 February 2008: 1. A note should be added to the plat stating that the lot cannot be sub
divided without permission from Nassau County Board of County Commissioners. 2. The width of the
“flagpole” part of the lot is not identified, nor is the curve distance “C1”. This information is required. 3.
A note should be added that a street light is required on the entrance Cul de sac. This can be a “cobra”
light on an existing telephone pole. 4. The radius of the existing Cul de sac should be identified.
Fire/Rescue: 11 February 2008: approved as submitted.
Growth Management:             5 February 2008: 1. Identify the required 25’ upland buffer and include the
required wetland table and wetland language as described in ordinance 2006-57. [Section 3.3.13 of the
Nassau County Development Review Regulations].
Health:      6 February 2008: 1. Provide net and gross acreage on all lots. 2. Please submit completed
plat review application with $75.00 review fee.
Traffic: 29 February 2008: see Engineering comments.
911 Addressing: 6 February 2008: Denied due to incorrect street name. Correct street name to Pineridge
Drive.
SJRWMD: awaiting response.

PLUMMER CREEK, UNIT ONE, SP06-028 (revised)
PUD, 510.75 acres, 225 lots, located on the southside of SR200/A1A, west of I-95 and westside of Semper
Fi Drive, Yulee area.
Developer: Submitted plans: 7 June 2006, distributed: 13 June 2006. Re-Submittal: 1 March 2007,
distributed: 6 March 2007. Re-Submittal: 19 April 2007, distributed: 24 April 2007. Re-Submittal: 4
June 2007, distributed: 12 June 2007.
Building: 15 June 2006: approved as submitted.
Concurrency: 13 June2006: awaiting comment.
Computerized Plans: 5 June 2007: approved as submitted.
Engineering:      10 May 2007: approved as submitted.
Fire/Rescue: 7 March 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 8 May 2007: approved as submitted.
Growth Management: 11 July 2007: approved as submitted.
Traffic: 10 May 2007: approved as submitted.
SJRMWD: #40-089-96320-3, issue date: 18 April 2008

SHUCKERS OYSTER HOUSE, SP08-005
2,700 sf, 1.27 acres, 28 parking spaces, located at the corner of SR200/A1A and CR107, Fernandina Beach
area.
Developer: Submitted plans: 6 March 2008, distributed: 11 March 2008.
Building: 31 March 2008: 1. Provide two accessible parking spaces. (1 per 25 spaces). 2. Provide 3’ x 5’
strip of detectable warning material at bottom of ramp. 3. Provide accessible parking striping and signage
detail.
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Concurrency: 8 April 2008: Final Certificate of Concurrency granted with conditions.
Computerized Data: 11 March 2008: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Engineering: 28 March 2008: 1. The construction plans do not meet minimum requirements for review
and are rejected. It is suggested that you review Nassau County Ordinance 99-17 for design requirement
and submit plan in conformance with the ordinance requirements.
Fire/Rescue : 11 March 2008: approved as submitted.
Health: 31 March 2008: 1. Please submit completed site plan review application with $45.00 review fee.
Growth Management:             14 March 2008: 1. Submittal is incomplete, proof of ownership, legal
description, location map, signage not shown.       2. Please state building use and seats with building
footprint. 3. Parking for 60 seat restaurant is one space for each 4 seats plus space for each two
employees. See Section 5.6 of land development code for requirements for existing buildings. Off street
parking must meet County road and drainage standards. 4. Dumpster screening and all other requirements
Ord. 2008-01, specifically, 37.05. A tree survey will be required if credit is desired for existing trees.
Traffic: 28 March 2008: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: application filed.

STOW-A-WAY STORAGE, BLDG. C ADDITION, SP07034
PUD, 45,000 sf, 2 existing buildings, 1 proposed on approximately 12 acres, located within the Nassau
Center PUD, Yulee area.
Developer: Submitted Plans: 20 September 2007, distributed: 25 September 2007. Re-Submittal: 19
November 2007, distributed: 4 December 2007. Re-Submittal: 6 March 2008, distributed: 11 March
2008.
Building: 25 September 2007: approved as submitted.
Computerized Plans: 25 September 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency:        25 September 2007: The subject Amelia Stow-A-Way, LLC, SP07-034, consist of a
45,000 square foot addition to previously approved self-service storage facility (mini-warehouse) reference
SP06-049. The total proposed building area considering proposed and previously approved site plans is
151,400 sf. A review of records indicates that subject property is included within a Certificate of
Concurrency issued on April 4, 2001. Said certificate provided for the development of 194,000 sf of
industrial. Because of infrastructure installation and commercial construction with PUD Parcel I-1, the
Certificate of Concurrency remains in effect. Therefore, the proposed use of 103,400 sf falls within the
existing Certificate of Concurrency.
Engineering:        31 March 2008: 1. The revised plans submitted for review are acceptable except that
they are not signed and sealed. All plans submitted should be signed and sealed by a Professional Engineer
Lack of a seal is a sufficient reason to reject the plans and not review them. Most certainly the final set of
construction plans should be signed and sealed by a Professional Engineer. As soon as this department
received a signed and sealed set of construction plans, the approval letter will be sent out.
Fire/Rescue: 4 December 2007: approved as submitted.
Growth Management : 13 March 2008: 1. Zoning District is still shown incorrectly on cover page and
on sheet C-110. 2. Please show that landscaping conforms to Ord. 2008-01, specifically 37.05 regarding
interior islands for parking spaces. Planting plans make reference to irrigation schedule but no irrigation
system appears to be shown.
Health: 8 January 2008: approved as submitted.
Traffic: 31 March 2008: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: 42-089-106397-1, issue date: 26 July 2006

 THE SHOPPES AT MIDTOWN, SP07-040
 CI, 6.17 acres, 77,512 sf, 4 buildings, 294 parking spaces, located at the NE corner of A1A & US17,
Yulee area.
Developer: Submitted Plans: 1 November 2007, distributed: 6 November 2007. Re-Submittal: 20
March 2008, distributed: 25 March 2008.
Building: 7 April 2008: 1. Provide concrete wheel stops along south side of Building No. 4 parking
spaces. Accessible route cannot be reduced by overhang of parked vehicles.
Computerized Data: 6 November 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: 6 November 2007: A review of our records does not show this project as having
concurrency at this time.
Engineering: 7 April 2008: PREVIOUS COMMENTS: #1. The site will need a St. John River Water
Management District permit before final approval is given by the County. #2. The entrances will need a
FDOT permit before final approval is given by the County. #3. The site will need concurrency and this
will require a traffic report showing proposed traffic generation of the site. Both daily trips and peak hour
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trips should be included in the report. #4. A review of the landscape plan did not reveal a percentage
computation of pervious verse impervious areas. A quick rough computation was made and it appeared
that pervious areas were, at best, no more than 18% of total area. This included a dry pond, which is
unlikely to work on this site. Please adjust design and provide an accurate breakdown by areas to prove
that the site has no more than 70% impervious area. #5. If it is a valid access to the adjacent land, then it
needs to be documented as an easement on the plans. #6. The easement is recorded in OR 847, Page 793.
I suggest that you read it. It is very clear that United Water of Florida has a veto over any improvements
within the easement. You will need to obtain a release from the utility before you build on the easement.
#8. The survey is not part of the construction plans under review. The flood plain information must be
shown on the plans. Please provide a copy of the survey for our files. #9. General statements may be not
be enforceable and also raise question about which government entity has final authority. Specifying
“Nassau County” solves the potential problem. #10. The entrance on Highway 17 violates section 9.3.1
of Nassau County ordinance 99-17 in that it is less than 100 feet from the intersection. Approval by FDOT
has no affect, it needs to be moved. #11. The main entrance on A1A also violates the above section in that
it is not 35 feet from the property line and is over 36 feet wide. Approval by FDOT has no affect on the
County requirement. #12. In addition, as drawn, it is feasible to make a left hand turn into the site from
A1A which is dangerous and would possibly require a left turn lane. #15. The site plan now includes
water and sewer lines. Nassau County doesn’t review water sanitary sewer line. However, I am curious
what building #4 will do for water and sewer? #16. Please read Section 2 and 3 of Nassau County
Ordinance 99-17. Then revise plans as requested. DRAINAGE: #17. The geo-technical report was
submitted and reviewed. As per the geo-technical report, the tested rate for the site is 1.5 feet/day. This is
very low and would not normally support a dry pond unless it was very large. #18. Dry ponds must be
supported by drawdown computations such as MODRET or other programs or the ICPR can be modeled to
utilize infiltration. Further review of the ICPR program for the pond is not warranted until it is determined
if a dry pond is feasible. #19. A review of the plan was made, but no outfall structure could be found.
Please identify the sheet and location on the sheet of the outfall structure. If it is still missing, then please
add it. #22. A revised Drainage Report was not submitted. #23. The pre development runoff factors used
were not consistent with typical factors for C soil in Table T-7 in FDOT’s hydrology handbook (also in
TR-550). #24. See Section 5.12 of Nassau County Ordinance 99-17. NEW COMMENTS: #25. The
perimeter fence, as drawn, blocks the dirt driveway. This should be corrected. #26. The detention pond
fence must be six feet high, not four feet. #27. Provide flow computation for the 12” PVC downspout
collection line to prove it has adequate capacity.
Fire Rescue: 25 March 2008: 1. Extend the water main, paralleling S.R. 200 to the intersection on U.S.
17 and S.R. 200. 2. Loop the water main on your property back into the water main that borders S.R. 200.
3. Provide a public fire hydrant at the intersection of U.S. 17 and S.R. 200. 4. New fire hydrant(s) shall
be installed no closer than 40 feet to a building. (NFPA 101, 12.7.8.3, 2003 edition). 5. Landscape Island,
where in a fire hydrant is installed, shall be a minimum width of fifteen (15) feet. 6. The minimum flow
from any one individual hydrant shall be one thousand (1000) gpm. No natural or man made object which
extends above ground level shall be within four (4) feet to the rear of such hydrant, nor within seven (7)
feet, six (6) inches from the sides directly opposite the two and one half (2 ½) inch ports to a point fifteen
(15) feet to either side measured from the center of the steamer port (41/2’) to seven (7) feet, six (6) inches
in front of such hydrant and then thirty (30) feet clear width to a roadway used for fire apparatus access.
All fire hydrants shall be painted chrome yellow by owner/contractor. (NFPA 1, 18.3, 2003 edition).
Health: 4 April 2008: 1. The proposed site plan is requesting public water and public sewer capability;
therefore, a letter from the utility provide indicating that water and sewer is available will be required prior
to final approval. 2. Utility Extension Plan Review – fee based on the following guidelines; $300.00 plan
review for extension to a subdivision or $20.00 per developed lot where the sewer line passes more than 15
developed properties (home or businesses); $100.00 plan review for extension to a single residence or
business-provide plans for sewer extension for review/determination of Utility Extension Fee.                  3.
Abandonment permits must be obtained for all wells and septic systems that are not being utilized for this
project before approval. 4. Provide site plan sewer extension showing all wells including adjacent
properties, or note on plans “no wells within 200’ of proposed sewer extension” (indicate page number).
If existing wells do not meet minimum setbacks, provide our office with a copy of the alternative method
being used to ensure pubic health protection according to DEP requirements. If an alternative method is
not used these wells must be abandoned and new wells constructed. 5. Completed site plan review
application with $45.00 fee required prior to final approval.
Growth Management:            1 April 2008: 1.. Pursuant to Policy 1.02.05.H.5 of the Comprehensive Plan,
“Driveways within 500 feet of the activity center’s intersection shall be prohibited unless otherwise
allowed by state law”. The intersection of SR 200 and US Hwy 17 is identified as an activity center.
Please modify your plans to meet this requirement (e,g, a shared access with an adjacent property). The
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above referenced Policy further states, “Adjacent non-residential properties shall provide a cross access
drive and pedestrian access to allow circulation between sites”. Please remove all driveways within 500
feet of the SR200 and US Hwy 17 intersection and provide a copy of the access agreement between your
client and the abutting commercial developments. [Section 5.3.2.g of the Nassau County Development
Review Regulations]. 2. Furthermore, FDOT has not approved a driveway at this intersection; cross
access from the existing driveways at 850884 US 17 and 463179 SR200 is required by County Ordinance.
This department remains available to meet these adjacent owners and yourself to secure cross access
easements. 3. Please provide a site plan that clearly depicts compliance with all aspects of Ordinance
2008-01. There exist a number of inconsistencies between the submitted plan and Ordinance 2008-01, e.g.
interior landscaping, buffer requirements, perimeter landscaping, minimum tree planting requirements,
irrigation requirements, species selection, etc., [Section 5.3.2.k of the Nassau County Development
Review Regulations]. 4. Provide general landscaping notes consistent with Ordinance 2008-01. This
includes the maintenance requirements. [Section 5.3.2.k of the Nassau County Development Review
Regulations].. 5. Please show the location of planned utilities and the location of trees to be preserved on
the same sheet in order to avoid any conflicts between utility line placement and tree protection zones.
[Section 5.3.2.k of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 6. Please place a note on the
site plan stating that all signage shall comply with the requirements of the A1A overlay district. Please
modify the location and number of proposed signs to comply with the A1A overlay district. Please
reference Article 35 of the Land Development Code. The property is limited to one sign at each entrance
eliminating the second sign on SR200 and no signs are permitted in the ROW. [Section 5.3.2.f of the
Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 7. Please provide the dimensions and front side
elevations for the clock tower. Ensure that your tower will not impact any private or public aviation
facility. Please provide the heights for each building. [Section 5.3.2.l of the Nassau County Development
Review Regulations]. 8. Please clarify if the billboards located onsite will be maintained or removed by
placing a note on the plans specifically addressing the billboard. Please provide the FDOT TAG# for each
billboard. [Section 5.3.2.l of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 9. The submitted
plans depict a parking area to be established in an identified utility easement. Either, conclusively
demonstrate that your client has the right to develop the land included in said easement or remove all
improvements from the ingress, egress, and utility easement established by OR book 847 Page 793. A staff
review of said easement determined that the easement is to remain clear and free of obstacles to allow
service to utilities. Therefore, the use of the easement as a parking lot is not consistent with the previous
agreement. [Section 5.3.2.g of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 10. Please identify
with shading the required 30% pervious area. [Section 5.3.2.c of the Nassau County Development Review
Regulations]. 11. Please identify the intended use of the area around building four (area between the
sidewalk and building). [Section 5.3.2.k of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 12.
The parking configuration will need to be modified to comply with Ordinance 2008-01. Please make the
required modifications and confirm that you have provided the minimum required parking spaces. [Section
5.3.2.f of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 13. The lift station appears to be located
on the adjacent property and is not marked as existing. Please provide documentation granting permission
for your client to utilize the adjacent property for the placement of a lift station. Please provide screening
around the lift station in accordance with Ordinance 2008-01. [Section 5.3.2.g of the Nassau County
Development Review Regulations].
Traffic: 7 April 2008: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: 25 October 2007: application filed.

TAYLOR ESTATES, PLAT
OR, 6 lots, 12.1 acres, located on CR121, Bryceville area.
Developer: Submitted plans: 29 November 2007, distributed: 4 December 2007. Re-Submittal: 1 April
2008, distributed: 8 April 2008.
Building: 8 April 2008: approved as submitted.
Concurrency: 11 December 2007: Final Certificate of Concurrency with Conditions granted.
Computerized Data: 4 December 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Engineering: 27 December 2007: approved as submitted.
Fire/Rescue : 4 December 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 8 January 2008: 1. Please submit completed plat review application with $75.00 review fee.
Growth Management: 17 April 2008: 1. Please provide the required buffer upland buffer table and
wetland language pursuant to Ordinance 2006.57. Please remove upland buffer lines from the identified
ponds. [Section 3.3.16 of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 2. Contact the
Engineering Services to confirm the language in the “Director of Engineering Services” signature block. I
do not believe this language is applicable for this plat. [Section 3.3. of the Nassau County Development
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Review Regulations]. 3. Please remove the language “The density indicated hereon is based upon the
prior...”, as it does not apply to this project. [Section 3.3 of the Nassau County Development Review
Regulations]. 4. Please clarify the last line of the provided legal description and confirm that it is
consistent with the pictorial illustration. The legal description does not match the parcel demotions as
illustrated on the survey. [Section 3.3.1 of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 5. The
submitted concurrency application indicates that the proposed project will create a two tenths of an acre
demand on the public park system. As required by Article 2 of the LDC, please demonstrate that current
county facilities have available capacity. In the alternative, taking into consideration the amount of
required acreage, a monetary contribution to the public park system is acceptable. [Section 3.3.3 of the
Nassau County Development Review Regulations].
Traffic: 27 December 2007: approved as submitted.
SJRWMD: awaiting developers response.
911 Addressing: 7 December 2007: approved as submitted.

TIMBER CREEK COMMERCIAL, SP06-059
PUD, 13 acres, infrastructure for future out-parcels, located on SR200 between Edwards Road and Timber
Creek Boulevard, Yulee area.
Developer: Submitted plans: 1 November 2006, distributed: 7 November 2006. Re-Submittal: 31
October 2007, distributed: 6 November 2007.
Building: 9 November 2006: approved as submitted.
Concurrency: 7 November 2006: awaiting comment.
Computerized Data: 7 November 2006: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Engineering:        30 November 2007: PREVIOUS COMMENTS: #1. Please add a notation on the
construction plans that the project has concurrency for 120,000 square feet of neighborhood commercial
space. #2. The St. Johns permit is in process. #3. The FDOT permit is in process. NEW COMMENTS:
10. The submittal did not include a drainage report, storm sewer design or traffic study. Therefore only a
partial review can be performed. 11. It is suggested that you complete your drainage design quickly so as
to be sure the sewer design and pond location is feasible. It may be that the design you have on the plans
will not work. 12. The proposed intersection of Street A with Timber Creek Blvd. needs to be revised. As
shown, it is a difficult intersection and confusing to drivers. Either specific striping to guide drivers should
be added or the south lane of Street A pulled back to match the north lane. 13. If semi trailer trucks are
expected in the commercial area, please review the 25 foot turning radius. It is doubtful that a semi can
make the turn without crossing over into the south lane of Street A. 14. On the Edwards Road intersection,
the new entrance infringing on the right turn lane, it would be better to move the intersection as far South
as possible so as to clear the turn lane. 15. Nassau County has a fire station site next to this parcel and
needs to exit onto Street A. Please coordinate this entrance with the proper county personnel and include
the fire station entrance on the plans. 16. Again, can a semi trailer truck enter Edward’s road without
crossing over into the opposite lane with a 25 foot curb radius? Please check and revise if needed. 17.
The street profile shown on the plans does not have the street slopes or existing ground elevations of
boring shown and these should be added. 18. The typical street cross section is incomplete. It does not
show the street right of way, curbs or swales, sidewalks or striping. All of these should be added to the
detail. 19. The street cross section indicates S pavement. Everyone is switching to SP 12.5, including
Nassau County. 20. The storm sewer shown seems to be almost all manholes with stub outs? How will
the streets drain? Storm sewers do not have stub outs. Revise as needed. 21. Based on 120,000 square
feet of commercial space plus parking and drives, it would appear that the storm sewer as shown and
detention pond are woefully undersized. 22. Out parcels 1-5 all drain north to the highway. The plans
indicate first floor elevation about 3 feet above the street indicating a lot of fill. How will these lots drain
to the storm sewers in the street? 23. A grading plan for the whole commercial area should be included in
the plans. 24. Pre and post drainage plans should be added to the construction plans. 25. Either a
bulkhead design should be added to the plans or separate plans signed and sealed by a P.E. should be
submitted. The plan cannot be approved without signed and sealed bulkhead plans. When more
information is provided and reports submitted, a more specific review will be made.
Fire/Rescue : 6 November 2007: 1. Delete the fire hydrant as shown on WS-1. 2. Provide a fire
hydrant at the intersection of Street B and SR200. 3. Provide a fire hydrant at the intersection of Street A
and Edwards Rd. 4. Provide a fire hydrant at the intersection of Street A and Street B. 5. Provide a fire
hydrant at the intersection of Street A and Timbercreek Blvd.
Health: 18 November 2007: 1. Provide site plan for sewer extension showing all wells, or note "no wells
within 200' of proposed sewer extension". (includes existing wells on adjacent properties). 2. $35.00 fee
for each additional review.


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Growth Management: 3 December 2007: 1. Eliminate maximum impervious area per lot percentage
from the site development information. [Section 5.3.2.c of the Nassau County Development Review
Regulations]. 2. Site circulation comments. [Section 5.3.2.g of the Nassau County Development Review
Regulations]. Please coordinate access points with the Nassau County Fire Department for access to the
fire station site. 3. Include the location of parking areas. [Section 5.3.2.h of the Nassau County
Development Review Regulations]. 4. Provide a landscaping plan for the subject site. [Section 5.3.2.k of
the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. NEW COMMENTS: 5. Pursuant to PUD
Condition 5.e, a twenty foot vegetative buffer and a six foot high opaque fence is required between the
residential site and the commercial site. Please include the buffer area and opaque fencing on the site plan.
IF the land included in the 20 foot required buffer and place a note on the plans stating that the buffer is
not to be disturbed. If the vegetative buffer no longer exists, please include a landscape plan to replace the
required buffer. [Section 5.3.2.k of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 6. Pursuant to
Article 30 of the Land Development Code, no signage shall be located in any ROW. Please modify the
location of the proposed signage to comply with County regulations. In addition, the site plan depicts two
signs at each entrance. Please reduce the number signs to one sign at each entrance. PUD condition 5.d
states that, “ each entry sign shall not exceed 150 sf per sign face unless approved at final development
plan review”. The site plan review process will determine the location of signage on site. However, actual
structural plans for signage are required to be permitted through a separate permit application. 150 sf per
sign face will be the maximum allowed in accordance with the PUD conditions. [Section 5.3.2.l of the
Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 7. As required, please provide a landscape plan for
the site. Understanding that each individual property will submit a landscape plan at site development, a
master landscape plan including entry features is required. Growth Management suggest that a 10 foot
wide landscape strip comprised of an assortment of canopy trees, accent/understory trees, and shubbery be
provided between the SR200 ROW and the commercial sites. [Section 5.3.2.k of the Nassau County
Development Review Regulations]. 8. Be advised all commercial development within the Timber Creek
PUD is governed by the CN, Commercial Neighborhood, zoning district. [Section 5.3.2.b of the Nassau
County Development Review Regulations]. 9. Please provide a sidewalk system designed to tie into the
existing sidewalks in the adjacent residential development. This requirement is to ensure safe pedestrian
low both internally from shop to shop and for foot traffic from the abutting residential development.
[Section 5.3.2.g of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations].
Traffic: 30 November 2007: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: #4-089-65699-1, issue date: 14 March 2005.

TOMPKINS LANDING, SP07-030
OR, 88 lots, 186.57 acres, located on Tompkins Landing Road west of CR121, Hilliard area.
Developer: Submitted plans: 23 August 2007, distributed: 28 August 2007.
Building: 17 September 2007: approved as submitted.
Concurrency: 10 April 2007: Final Certificate of Concurrency Granted with Conditions.
Computerized Data: 28 August 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Engineering: 18 September 2007: A partial review of the project has been made and a full review is in
progress, shown below are some comments, which mostly are identical to the comments on the plat. One
of the major questions on this project is the right of way width of the access road Tomkins Logging Road.
I have checked the title of three properties on this road; two of the titles refer to tracts, “less the right of
way of Tompkins Logging Road”. The third title refers to Tompkins Logging Road as a 30 foot wide right
of way. A copy of this title is enclosed with this letter. It is imperative that you acquire copies of the titles
on the property adjacent to the Tompkins Logging Road to verify the right of way or if there is insufficient
right of way, make plans to acquire the necessary right of way. 1. The subdivision is based on accessing
an adequate Tompkins Landing County Road. The access road will need to be upgraded and right of way
verified before the plat is approved. 2. Nelson Road is an existing road; it should be identified on the plat
as a 60 foot wide public street. 3. Running River Road is about 1300 feet long. Section 4.6 of ordinance
2000-14 limits dead end streets to 1000 feet. It will be necessary to add a circle, blister or something to
allow a turn around and reduce the dead end distance. 4. Running River Road enters the intersection with
Tompkins Road at about a 60 degree angle. Section 4.7 of ordinance 2000-27 requires intersections to
intersect as close as possible to a right angle. The intersection should be revised to conform to ordinance.
5. Lots 47 through 62 include a large amount of flood plain and wetland that is unusable to the lot owner.
A better use would be to separate most of this area into a wildlife refuge or conservation area. This would
preserve the area and reduce property taxes for the lot owner. 6. Tract A is a recreation area, more
information is needed regarding it use. Will there be roads, structures, parking? Depending on its use,
there may be a request for some modification of the Cul de sac. 7. Note 39 should read “Nassau County
Board of County Commissioners” not County Government. 8. Referring to Note #7, current policy is to
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not review culverts on private streets; however, this policy is currently being debated. This note may or
may not need to be changed. 9. Make sure that all detention ponds have a maintenance access easement so
as to allow a vehicle to get to the ponds.
Fire/Rescue : 28 August 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 13 September 2007: 1. Please submit completed site plan application with $145.00 fee.
Growth Management: 24 September 2007: 1. I would appear that there is the possibility, with the
redesign of lots 4-8 and realignment of Canopy Creek Court, service could be provided to certain proposed
lots without impacting wetlands. Nassau County encourages avoidance of wetlands when possible. [
Section 5.3.2.n of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 2. All developments over 40
acres require an environmental survey by an environmental professional acceptable to the Nassau County.
[Section 5.3.2.p of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 3. Portions of the required
upland buffer abutting Lot 11 do not appear to meet the required 15’ minimum. Please provide the
minimum buffer. [Section 5.3.2.n of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 4. Please
provide the SJRWMD permit number permitting the impact of wetlands on site. [Section 5.3.2.n of the
Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 5. Please depict plans for the area depicted as tract
“A” on the plat of Tompkins Landing. Plans for development of the existing water front park used by the
community, rightfully or not, is relevant to site review. 6. Please certify that all lots are designed to
provide adequate building sites and all corner lots have dimensions sufficient to permit the establishment of
front building lines on each side of lots having street frontage. [Section 5.3.2.f of the Nassau County
Development Review Regulations]. 7. Sheet 4 identifies the FLUM designation as Medium Density
Residential. According to County records the property has FLUM designation as Agricultural. [Section
5.3.2.b of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 8. The Legend on Sheet 7 addressing
wetland buffers is illegible, please correct. [Section 5.3.2.n of the Nassau County Development Review
Regulations].
Traffic: 28 August 2007: awaiting comments.
SJRWMD: 22 March 2007: application filed.

TOMPKINS LANDING, PLAT
OR, 88 lots, 186.57 acres, located on Tompkins Landing Road west of CR121, Hilliard area.
Developer: Submitted Plans: 23 August 2007, distributed: 28 August 2007.
Building: 17 September 2007: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 28 August 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: 10 April 2007: Final Certificate of Concurrency Granted with Conditions.
Engineering:        13 September 2007: 1. The subdivision is based on accessing an adequate Tompkins
Landing County Road. The access road will need to be upgraded and right of way verified before the plat
is approved. 2. Nelson Road is an existing road; it should be identified on the plat as a 60 foot wide public
street. 3. Running River Road is about 1300 feet long. Section 4.6 of ordinance 2000-14 limits dead
streets to 1000 feet. It will be necessary to add a circle, blister or something to allow a turn a round and
reduce the dead end distance. 4. Running River Road enters the intersection with Tompkins Landing
Road at about a 60 degree angle. Section 4.7 or ordinance 2000-17 requires intersections to interest as
close as possible to a right angle. The intersection should be revised to conform to the ordinance. 5. Lots
47 through 62 include a large amount of flood plain and wetland that is unusable to the lot owner. A better
use would be to separate most of this area into a wildlife refuge or conservation area. This would preserve
the area and reduce the property taxes for the lot owner. 6. Tract A is a recreation area, more information
is needed regarding its use. Will there be roads, structures, parking? Depending on its use, there may be a
request for some modification of the Cul de sac. 7. Note #9 should read “Nassau County Board of County
Commissioners” not County Government. 8. Referring to Note #7, current policy is to not review culverts
on private streets; however, this policy is currently being debated. This note may or may not need to be
changed. 9. Make sure that all detention ponds have a maintenance access easement so as to allow a
vehicle to get to the ponds.
Fire/Rescue: 28 August 2007: approved as submitted.
Growth Management:              24 September 2007: 1. The Nassau County Comprehensive Plan Section
1.02.05.l, identifies the jurisdictional wetlands on the proposed site as Conservation. The Comprehensive
Plan includes additional language that requires the preservation of environmentally sensitive land. Please
remove the individual lot lines from the identified Conservation land and required upland buffers. Also,
include all identified wetlands and the required upland buffers in a conservation easement. [Section 3.3.16
of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 2. According to the Certificate of Concurrency
dated April 10, 2007, “The project is estimated to generate a total of 7.311 acres of recreation demand.
Recreation requirements will be addressed by the Nassau County Growth Management Department during
the development review approval process”. Section 2.06.D.2, Measurement of Available Capacity,
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Parks/Open Space, of the Land Development Code establishes an acceptable recreation. Please provide
documentation demonstrating that current County facilities will satisfy the newly created demand. In the
alternative, dedication of land is required or, if desired, the BOCC may except payment of funds in lieu of
land dedication. [Section 3.3.3. of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 3. Please
provide the required upland buffer table. [Section 3.3.16 of the Nassau County Development Review
Regulations]. 4. Portions of the required upland buffer abutting Canopy Creek Court at Lot 11 do not
appear to meet the required 15’ minimum. Please provide the minimum buffer. Also, use the shading
technique for identification constantly throughout the plat. [Section 3.3.16 of the Nassau County
Development Review Regulations]. 5. Please provide the SJRWMD permit number permitting the impact
of wetlands on site. [Section 3.3.16 of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 6.
Additional information is required for tract “A”. Please identify the beneficiaries of said tract and what
facilities will be put in place. The development of a river front park used by the community, rightfully or
not, is relevant for review. [Section 3.3.6 of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 7.
Please demonstrate that all lots are designed to provide adequate building sites and all corner lots have
dimensions sufficient to permit the establishment of front building lines on each side of lots having street
frontage by placing building footprints on each lot. Reference Development Review Regulation 4.9.3 &
4.9.4. [Section 3.3.7 of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 8. All lots are required to
be a minimum of one acre, 43,560 square feet. [Section 3.3.7 of the Nassau County Development Review
Regulations].
Health: 13 September 2007: 1. Please submit completed plat review application with $195.00 fee. 2.
Certificate needs to indicate private well and septic. 3. Show net and gross acreage.
Traffic: 13 September 2007: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: 22 March 2007: application filed.
911 Addressing: 31 August 2007: approved as submitted.

TREVETT-TRADEPLEX, SP08-007
IW, 2 buildings 24,750 sf each, total 49,5000 sf, 10.45 acres, located on the northeast corner of A1A &
Gene Lasserre Blvd., Yulee area.
Developer: Submitted plans: 13 March 2008, distributed: 18 March 2008.
Building: 7 April 2008: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 18 March 2008: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval.
Concurrency: 20 August 2007: Final Certificate of Concurrency granted with conditions.
Engineering: 1 April 2008: 1. St. Johns River Water Management District permit will be required before
final approval. 2. A wetland mitigation plan for the affected wetland within the project will be required
before final approval is given. 3. A Corp of Engineers permit for work in the wetland area may or may not
be needed. If the Corps does not require a permit, a letter from them to that effect will be acceptable. 4.
There should be plan and profile sheet for the street. 5. If the intent is to subdivide the site into five
parcels, then a record plat is required. The plat will be required to show an allocation of concurrency floor
area per parcel and a statement that each parcel (lot) cannot be subdivided without permission from the
Board of County Commissioners. 6. County design requirement allow only 50% imperviousness in
commercial and industrial projects. As submitted, the Northern 3 +/- acres uses almost all of the
impervious area; this doesn’t allow for any significant development on the Southern four parcels. Please
explain the intention behind this design. 7. The site has concurrency for 72, 768 square feet of commercial
or industrial floor area. The plans submitted indicate the two proposed buildings will have 49,500 square
feet of floor area, leaving only 23, 268 square feet available for the remaining half of the parcel. It is
important to allocate the remaining concurrency among the remaining four parcels on the plan for clarity.
8. The street has stop signs and stop bars on each end, but should also have a double yellow center line on
each end. 9. There should be a typical street section detail on the plans. 10. There should be a second
typical detail showing street construction in the wetland. 11. A sidewalk will be required adjacent to Gene
Lasserre Blvd along the frontage of the site. Another sidewalk will be required on the south side of the new
street. 12. The new street should have a name. 13. A lighting plan is shown on the plans. However, street
lights should be added at both street intersections on the new street. Cobra lights are acceptable, but there
are better and more efficient lights available. 14. Note #13 states that there are no hardwood trees within
the parking area. It should be noted that this is true only because the land was cleared about a month ago,
before plans were submitted. DRAINAGE: 15. There needs to be transfer pipes under the street in the
wetland so as not to block the flow in the wetland. 16. Is there a need for a culvert at the entrance of Gene
Lasserre Blvd? There are inlets on the side of the street that are too high, but we have no records of the
existing storm sewer system. Please review the existing improvements and ensure that there is no flow
blockage at the entrance. 17. There is an absence of detail on the detention basin shown on Sheet 8. The
top of bank, bottom of pond, side slopes and dimensions should all be shown on the plan. Our Ordinance
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requires a buffer on the wetland side of the pond. There should be at least one detail of the construction of
the bank in the wetland showing the berm and method of construction and compaction. 18. Section
10.6.7.1 requires a 15 foot wide buffer on the wetland sides of the detention pond. 19. The site is designed
so that the south part of the site will drain into storm sewer system in the street. Since the existing natural
drainage is away from the street, it will be necessary to fill some portion of the south part of the site so as
to affect drainage to the north. There should be notation on the plans indicating that all parcels south of the
street must be graded so as to provide for drainage into the street inlets. Unless this is clarified now, there
will be confusion at some later date when a building permit is applied for on these sites. ICPR DATA: 20.
As part of a prior project, the County required the developer to model the wetland area on the west and
north side of Shoppes at Amelia shopping center. Watershed Concepts, Inc prepared a very comprehensive
hydraulic analysis of the entire wet- land area including the area encroaching on your site. Some of their
conclusions were as follows: a. The peak wetland water level for a 25 year storm; event was 25.62 feet in
the wetland nearest this project. The 100 year event elevation was 26.28 feet. b. The 25 year flow in the
east portion of the wetland at the north end was 104.79 cfs. It would be assumed to be lower where the
street crosses the wetland. c. They believed that the wetland flowed to the north not south. d. The wetland
surface at a 25 year rain was 615,885 square feet. e. The pre development runoff curve was determined to
be about 70. This report is available in my office if your wish to read it. 21. Both of the boundary nodes
in your ICPR model have a constant stage of 23 feet. These should be revised to reflect a maximum stage
of 25.62 feet for a 25 year rain event. 22. Both of the basins have a time of concentration of 10 minutes.
This time seems reasonable for the developed condition, but not the pre developed condition. It would be
almost impossible for the predevelopment time of concentration to be this low and it should be revised
upwards. Computations should be included in the report. 23. More documentation is needed for the curve
number and per cent impervious connected for basin b-1. How were these numbers determined? In
particular did it include the parcels on the south side? Since the County only allows a maximum of 50%
imperviousness on the site, it is difficult to imagine a situation where 68% imperviousness exists in the
final development. Please explain how these numbers were determined. STORM SEWER DESIGN: 24.
The first sheet of the storm sewer spread sheet includes those storm sewers on the north side of the street.
As per the plans, this area is almost total asphalt parking and building. A runoff factor of 0.68 is not
appropriate and it should be about 0.98. Please revise. 25. The runoff factor on the second sheet may or
may not be appropriate as the plans do not include any impervious area. Please provide a breakdown of
pervious and impervious assumption used to determine this runoff number used in the computations. 26.
On the second sheet, all three spur sewer lines have incorrect hydraulic grade lines as they are much lower
than the hydraulic grade line in the main line. These grades lines should be revised to match the grade line
in the main line. 27. It is noted that the drainage area used in all computations is 9.47 acres, whereas the
application form states there are 10. 47 acres in the site. Why are they different?
Fire Rescue: 18 March 2008: approved as submitted.
Health: 3 April 2008: Completed site plan review application with $45.00 fee required prior to final
approval.
Growth Management: 27 March 2008: 1. Please remove all lot lines and any reference to lots (i.e. “Lot
Line (Typ)”) from plans. Since these are not lots, the county cannot approve them as such. 2. Please state
intended use(s) on buildings; Also square footage, and heights of buildings. 3. A 15 ft. buffer is required
adjacent to ROW as per 37.05 of the new landscape code. The buffer also needs to be planted with trees
and screening in compliance with 37.05. 4. Project improvements cannot be built in the ROW. 5. Add
note to landscaping page that owner is responsible for all maintenance including irrigation. Also, a note
that groundcovers shall be planted to achieve finished appearance within one year. 6. Please illustrate
compliance with Comp Plan policies 6.02.03j and k. These sections speak to avoidance of wetlands and
required mitigation for unavoidable wetland impacts. 7. If site plan is for entire 10.4 acres, and properly
fronting along A1A is counted as 5.61 acres of “Open Space”, then this property should be changed in
designation from “Future Development” to “Open Space”.
Traffic: 1 April 2008: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: 13 March 2008: application filed.

TUPELO PLANTATION WEST, PLAT
PUD, 266.07 acres, 30 lots, located south of Crawford Road, west of US301, east of CR121, Bryceville
area.
Developer: Submitted Plans: 15 February 2007, distributed: 20 February 2007. Re-Submittal: 16 April
2007, distributed: 24 April 2007. Re-Submittal: 24 May 2007, distributed: 29 May 2007. Re-Submittal:
19 July 2007, distributed: 24 July 2007. Re-Submittal 19 July 2007, distributed: 24 July 2007.
Building: 22 February 2007: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 20 February 2007: to be received and approved prior to DRC approval.
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Concurrency: 6 December 2006: Modification to Final Certificate of Concurrency w/conditions
approved.
Engineering: 8 May 2007: approved as submitted.
Fire/Rescue: 22 February 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 22 February 2007: approved as submitted.
Growth Management: 3 August 2007: approved as submitted.
Traffic: 8 May 2007: see Engineering comments.
911 Addressing: 30 April 2007: approved as submitted.
SJRWMD: 4-089-100376-3, issue date: 7 November 2006.

TYLER PLAZA WEST, SP08-008
 CG, 4.17 acres, 2 buildings, 34,650 sf total, located on the south side of SR200/A1A at Meadowfield
Bluff Road, Yulee area.
Developer: Submitted plans: 20 March 2008, distributed: 25 March 2008.
Building:      7 April 2008: 1. Provide concrete wheel stop on all parking spaces in front of buildings
accessible route cannot be reduced by overhang of parked vehicles. 2. Provide accessible route
connecting restaurant building with retail with painted crosswalk with detectable warning on both sides.
Computerized Data: 25 March 2008: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval.
Concurrency: 9 April 2008: A review of our records does not indicate the above referenced project has
concurrency at this time. Therefore, an application for a concurrency determination should be made or the
applicant should provide documentation that a certificate was previously issued.
Engineering:        9 April 2008: 1. The site will need a St. Johns River Water Management District permit
before final approval is given by the County. 2. The site will need an environmental permit before final
approval is given by the County. 3. The site will need concurrency and this will require a traffic report
showing proposed traffic generation of the site. Both daily trips and peak hour trips should be included in
this report. 4. The general construction notes have no reference to conforming to Nassau County
construction standards. These items should be added. 5. Pavement details do not agree with Nassau
County design requirements. Please revise as needed. 6. Sidewalks need to be installed next to Highway
A1A and Meadowfield Bluff Road. 7. The site should have two access points. The site design should be
revised so as to allow free traffic flow between the new project and the existing shopping center to the
East. 8. Details should be added regarding the wooden bulkhead on the South and East side of the project.
At a minimum, the type of construction and heights should be in details. 8. Details should be added
regarding the wooden bulkhead on the South and East side of the project. At a minimum, the type of
construction and heights should be in the details. DRAINAGE: 9. Drainage report and plans indicate that
detention pond is to be a dry pond. However, no geotech report or computations have been provided
indicating the infiltration rate is sufficient for this type of design. Also, it appears that you double counted
the volume in the pond used for water pollution detention also as runoff detention volume. 10. All pages in
the drainage report should be numbered consecutively. 11. There is a possible problem with the runoff
from Highway A1A. Your plans indicate storm sewer draining the median of the highway discharging
into the highway right of way near the site’s project line. The existing contours are such that the runoff
from the highway and nearby swale all drain onto and across the project’s site. When you fill the site, this
flow will be blocked and some provision will need to be added to the plans to convey this flow around the
site or through it. 12. Please review the location of the culvert under the entrance street. It appears that
the inlets will be too high to accept the drainage inflow. Also, the line appears to be in the wrong location
and it should be moved to East to the low point in the drainage pattern. 13. Using the Santa Barbara
method requires a per-cent of impervious area connected to runoff be entered into the computer model.
Entries for both pre and post development are zero. It is obvious that almost all of the developed area
drains into the storm sewer system and is CDIA. An appropriate entry for the developed site is required.
The undeveloped site may or may not have an amount of wetlands connected to the system. 14. If the
bottom portion of the detention pond is used for water quality storage, it cannot also be used for detention
storage and the weir elevation would need to be raised. 15. The rainfall intensities used in the
computations comply with Nassau County design requirements. However, they are lower than required for
St. Johns River Water Management District. 16. This is a commercial project; a 6 foot high chain link
fence is required around the detention pond as Section 10.6.1.4.              17. There were no storm sewer
computations include in the drainage report and they are required and should be added.
Fire Rescue: 25 March 2008: approved as submitted.
Health: 4 April 2008: 1. Provide site plan sewer extension showing all wells including adjacent
properties, or note on plans “no wells within 200’ of proposed sewer extension” on plans. 2. The
proposed site plan is requesting public water and public sewer capability; therefore, a letter from the utility
provide indicating that water and sewer is available will be required prior to final approval. 3. Dumpster
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pad (for restaurant) shall have a drain with locking cap and hose bibb for wash down shown on plans. 4.
Utility Extension Plan Review – fee based on the following guidelines; $300.00 plan review for extension
to a subdivision or $20.00 per developed lot where the sewer line passes more than 15 developed
properties (home or businesses); $100.00 plan review for extension to a single residence or business-
provide plans for sewer extension for review/determination of Utility Extension Fee (unless applied before
April 2005 for utilities. 5. $45.00 application fee required prior to final approval.
Growth Management: 28 March 2008: 1. Please illustrate compliance with Comp Plan policy 6.02.03 j
and k. These sections speak to avoidance of wetlands and required mitigation for unavoidable wetland
impacts. Credit can be taken for trees and understory that are preserved within these areas. 2. Provide
table that illustrates that 10% of internal parking area is landscaped and that at least 10% pervious green
space exists (Ord 2008-01). Also, any areas within the flood plain must be 60% open space (comp plan
policiy 1.01.07). 3. Specify landscaping (shrubbery) around dumpsters as required by A1A overlay. 4.
State that signage will comply with A1A overlay regulations. 5. Buffer to A1A does not meet landscaping
nor 10 foot minimum standard. 6. Landscaping page shall state that owner is responsible for all
maintenance of landscaping including irrigation and that ground covers shall achieve finished appearance
within one year. 7. Easternmost retail building violates 20 ft rear setback. 8. Please show ownership or
easement from Meadowfield Bluff Road to project area.
Traffic: 9 April 2008: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: 5 November 2007: application filed.

VERIZON WIRELESS TELECOMMUNICATIONS TOWER, SP08-009
OR with Conditional Use, .23 acres with access easement, 250’ tower with 3-5 equipment buildings for a
total of 2,500 sf, located at 3456 Turkey Trol Trail, Hilliard area.
Developer: Submitted Plans: 1 April 2008, distributed: 8 April 2008.
Building: 8 April 2008: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 8 April 2008: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Concurrency: 9 April 2008: Exempt from Concurrency.
Engineering: 9 April 2008: approved with condition: 1. It has been determined that the Verizon
Wireless Telecommunications tower complies with the above stated ordinances. There may be other
Building Department, state or federal criteria that may be applicable, but have not been reviewed as they
are not within our scope of review. A comprehensive review has been conducted. However, there is no
implied warranty by Nassau County that all design errors or mistakes have been found and our review is
not intended to incur any liability to Nassau County or its employees for any errors or omissions in the
plans.
Fire Rescue: 14 April 2008: approved as submitted.
Health: 8 April 2008: awaiting comments.
Growth Management:            10 April 2008: 1. As per Conditional Use condition #3” ......comply with all
State and Federal regulations.” Please provide clearance letter from FDOT or FAA for construction of
257’ structure.
Traffic: 9 April 2008: see Engineering plans.
SJRWMD: Exemption letter dated: 14 March 2008.

WEST MEADOW PLANTATION, SP07-014
OR, 25.96 acres, 20 lot subdivision, located on Bismark Road, Callahan area.
Developer: Submitted plans: 6 December 2006, distributed: 24 April 2007.                   Re-Submittal: 18
December 2007, distributed: 8 January 2008. Re-submittal: 23 April 2008, distributed: 29 April 2008.
Building: 27 April 2007: approved as submitted.
Concurrency: 31 May 2007: Final Certificate of Concurrency w/ Conditions Granted.
Computerized Data: 24 April 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
Engineering: 5 February 2008: #12. The pages in the Drainage Report have not been numbered, please
do so. #16. There are three ditch areas shaded on Sheet 6 with notations to “concrete ditch bottom
pavement”. This is non-specific; more detail is required including dimensions, type of material and
treatment of ditch sides. Notes also indicate 2:1 side slopes which are not allowed. Also add information
for pipe headwalls under street identifying length and height of rip rap and its size. #17. Details have been
added, however there are no horizontal dimensions or scale, so it is impossible to determine the widths or
side slopes of the channels. Horizontal information should be added. #22. Its simple, Pre development
flow at upstream property line is 131.85 cfs. (POOFF-1 and POOFF-2). The pre developed flow at the
downstream node “PRBNDY” is 203.99 cfs. Subtract the first from the second and you have a net pre
development flow of 72.14 cfs. This is the undeveloped flow from the project itself. If the total flow from
the two detention ponds is lower (which they are) then you meet pre/post standards. Do this for all three
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rain events and put the information in a table near the front to the drainage report. #23. While the
information is in the drainage report, the construction plans are the document signed off by the County.
For this reason we sometimes request additional information on the plans. The drainage report will be
filed, however the approved plans are the official reference for the project. NEW COMMENTS: #26.
The project needs a lighting plan with emphasis on the entrance and the gate. #27. PRBNDY is
incorrectly labeled on exhibit 1 (pre development drainage map). Please correct. #28. Both detention
ponds should have the bottom elevation and side slopes listed on the plan view. #29. Both detention
ponds should have the 10 year water level elevation shown somewhere on the plans and the water surface
area at NWL should be listed on both ponds. #30. PRNOFF 4 and 5 are at the end of a pipe in the ditch.
The existing pipe has inverts of 20.07 and 19.76. The replacement pipe (PIPE-04) has inverts of 17.0 and
16.6 PRNOFF 4 and 5 matches these invert elevations, which are significantly lower than the existing pipe.
Are you planning to lower the ditch? Please explain. #31. PRNOFF-3 at the West property line has a
channel flow line of 21.0, is this intended? If the post developed channel is lower at the property line, it
will affect the upstream channel, probably causing sine erosion. Adjust as needed to correct the situation.
#32. PIPE R-7 and PIPE-07 are the same pipe. However, the ICPR lists PIPE R-7 as one pipe and PIPE-
07 lists two pipes. Which is correct? Since this is at the downstream end of the study area, it can have a
large effect on the flow results. Please correct as needed. #33. “DITCH-1” is 1100 feet of the new ditch;
ICPR indicates it has a 2:1 side slope. Nassau County requires a minimum of 3:1 side slope and where the
velocity exceeds 4 foot/second additional treatment on the sides. The ditch needs to be designed for a 3:1
or greater side slope. #34. “Ditch-1” has a beginning invert of 16.4 feet; PRNOFF-1 has an invert of 15.9
foot. Shouldn’t they be the same? #35. The ICPR compute model does not take into effect the two 90
degree turns in this channel this will increase head loss significantly. The model should be revised to
account for these curves. The addition of two more nodes with appropriate entries is suggested. #36. The
drawdown weir on Pond #1 is set at 16.5 feet, which is only about 6 inches above the flow line of “Ditch-
1”. The maximum depth in the ditch and pond with a 25 year rain is about 19.1 feet. The top berm is 20.0.
As designed, there can be flow both ways between the ditch and pond. This is not expressly prohibited in
our ordinance, but is undesirable. #37. At OFLOW-78, the weir elevation is set at 19.2, and the model
result indicate zero flow, which means the pipe is adequate and you really don’t need this entry. #38. In
the results tabulation for a 25 year rain, PONOFF-1, which is the post node at the South property line and
in the existing ditch, the computed flow is 129.48 cfs. PRNOFF-1 which is the pre development node at
the same location has a computed fkiw 179.65 cfs. Both have the same drainage area and basin entries in
the computer model, yet they have different results. Please explain. #39. Observations of the max delta
results indicate some very wide fluctuations. The maximum delta is set to 1.0 in your entry data, yet results
in the link table vary from -16.75 to a high of 196.75. PIPE-R1 at the south property line is an existing
pipe with a computed flow of 179.65 cfs. Ditch-01 which begins at the same location has a computed flow
of 129.48. If the flow at Ditch-1 is correct, then the ditch is under designed. Please review all of these
computations. #40. Elevation of DBI-1 outside of POND-1 is 21.10. The next upstream pipe has a
downstream invert of 19.1 feet. This will cause ponding in the drainage ditch, lower DB-1. #41. Details
of the roadside swales need to be placed on the plans to provide direction for installation if the ditches.
#42. A typical street detail needs to be added with all necessary information on the asphalt, limestone and
sub base. #43. Stop signs and stop bars should be added at all intersections. #44. Blue RPM’s should be
placed in the pavement adjacent to all fire hydrants. #45. Details of the standard street sign, curbing and
inlets should be added to the plans.
Fire/Rescue :      24 April 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 17 January 2008: approved as submitted.
Growth Management: 25 January 2008: 1. Pursuant to the Certificate of Concurrency, West Meadow
Plantation generates a 1.66 acres demand on the Nassau County public park system. The CoC states that
satisfaction of the created park and recreation demand will be addressed by Growth Management during
the development review process. Please demonstrate that existing County facilities have available capacity
or, in the alternative, please contact Growth Management to discuss an equivalent monetary payment in
lieu of land dedication. [Section 5.3.2.n of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations].
Traffic: 5 February 2008: see Engineering comments.
SJRWMD: #40-089-107098-1, issue date: 26 June 2007.

WEST MEADOW PLANTATION, PLAT
 OR, 25.96 acres, 20 lot subdivision, located on Bismark Road, Callahan area.
Developer: Submitted plans: 11 April 2007, distributed: 24 April 2007. Re-Submittal: 18 December
2007, distributed: 8 January 2008. Re-Submittal: 23 April 2008, distributed: 29 April 2008.
Building: 27 April 2007: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 24 April 2007: to be received and approved by GIS prior to DRC approval
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Concurrency: 31 May 2007: Final Certificate of Concurrency w/ Conditions Granted.
Engineering: 31 January 2008: 1. The access is through an existing Lot 1 and the street right of way
does not occupy all of the lot, but the remainder is within the subdivision. It is suggested that it be
identified as common ground or a tract and dedicated to some entity so that its use and ownership is
known. 2. There needs to be a vehicle access easement or right of way to each detention pond so as to
allow vehicle access for maintenance. 3. I could not find a storm sewer easement to the pond on Lots 4, 5
and 6? If needed, please add a proper easement. 4. Please label the Ponds as 1 and 2 for clarity. 5. There
should be a 10 foot wide strip adjacent to Bismark Road dedicated to Nassau County for additional right of
way. 6. The existing 50 foot wide drainage easement should be clearly identified as a drainage easement
and dedicated to Nassau County for drainage purposes. 7. There is another existing drainage easement
traversing the site from about the middle of Pond 1 to the existing drainage easement between lots 4 and 5
of Bismark Acres. The construction plans proposed rerouting this flow into a new channel along the rear
of the lots and discharging at the same point. This new easement should be shown on the Plat and the
easement dedicated to Nassau County. 8. Each detention pond must have a clearly identified drainage
easement with both bearings and distances for all sides. 9. If all or any part of the subdivision is located in
a 100 year flood plain, then the flood plain line should be on the plat. If it is not in the flood plain, then
there should be a note stating that it isn’t in the floodplain. 10. If all or any part of the subdivision is
located in a hurricane surge zone, then the zone line should be shown on the plat. If it is not in the
hurricane surge zone, then there should be a note stating that it isn’t in the hurricane surge zone. 11. All
wetlands should be shown on the plat. If there are no wetlands, then there should be a statement on the plat
stating that there are no wetlands within the site.
Fire/Rescue: 8 January 2008: 1. Change the signature certificate for the fire department to read as
follows – CERTIFICATE OF APPROVAL BY NASSAU COUNTY FIRE RESCUE – THIS IS TO
CERTIFY THAT THE FIRE CHIEF OF NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA HAS APPROVED THE
ABOVE PLAT. THIS ----- DAY OF -----, A.D. 2008 ----------------------FIRE CHIEF.
Health: 9 January 2008: 1. Please submit completed plat review application with $75.00 review fee.
(Please do not submit payment without project information).
Growth Management : 24 January 2008: 1. Please identify the easement located between Lots 18 and
19. [Section 3.3.13 of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 2. Please provide the
square footage for each lot. [Section 3.3.5 of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 3.
Please provide the present zoning of the subject site. [Section 3.3.17 of the Nassau County Development
Review Regulations]. 4. Subdivision plats located within areas of potential storm surge inundation shall
include a statement that “The area as depicted hereon I subject to storm surge inundation during Category
___ hurricane”. [Section 3.3.15 of the Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 5. Please
include the required wetland language and upland buffer table pursuant to Ordinance 2006-57. If no
wetlands exists, please provide a declaratory note and place “O’s” in the table cells. [Section 3.3.16 of the
Nassau County Development Review Regulations]. 6. Pursuant to the Certificate of Concurrency, West
Meadow Plantation generates a 1.66 acre demand on the Nassau County public park system. The CoC
states that satisfaction of the created park and recreation demand will be addressed by Growth Management
during the development review process. Please demonstrate that existing County facilities have available
capacity or, in the alternative, please contact Growth Management to discuss an equivalent monetary
payment in lieu of land dedication. [Section 3.3.3. of the Nassau County Development Review
Regulations].
Traffic: 31 January 2008: see Engineering comments.
911 Addressing: 11 January 2008: approved as submitted.
SJRWMD: #40-089-107098-1, issue date: 26 June 2007.

WOODBRIDGE VILLAGE 4-9, PLAT
PUD, Woodbridge Village 4-9 with 396 lots on 254.13 acres located southwest side of Clements Road,
Yulee, Florida 32097.
Developer: Submitted Plans: 1 February 2007, distributed: 6 February 2007. Re-Submittal: 26 July
2007, distributed: 31 July 2007. Re-Submittal: 18 October 2007, distributed: 23 October 2007.
Building: 1 August 2007: approved as submitted.
Computerized Data: 6 February 2007: to be received and approved prior to DRC approval.
Concurrency: 25 September 2007: Conditions for Concurrency are outlined in the terms of a Developers
Agreement, which was entered into on the 26th day of July 2004.
Engineering: 26 November 2007: approved as submitted.
Fire/Rescue: 12 February 2007: approved as submitted.
Health: 12 December 2007: approved as submitted.
Growth Management: 5 November 2007: approved as submitted.
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Traffic: 26 November 2007: approved as submitted.
911 Addressing: 23 August 2007: approved with new road names.
SJRWMD: #4-089095962-2, issue date: 13 February 2007.




Preliminary Discussions
Steve Johnson/14th Street Automotive           03/16/2000
Liberty Baptist/Callahan                       04/06/2000
Donald Myers/40acres Callahan area             04/06/2000
Oyster Bay PUD (northern end)                  05/25/2000
First Coast Wesleyan Methodist                 06/01/2000
Walter Geiger                                  06/29/2000
St. Martin's Island                            06/29/2000
Benoit/Rozbora 90 acres, Callahan              08/17/2000
Jones/60+ acres, Deerfield Court               08/17/2000
Everett/6 lots, Callahan                       08/31/2000
Aaron Sweatt/Amelia Road/storage               09/21/2000
Bill Howe/30+acre retail site                  10/05/2000
Shawn Harrell/Contessa Point                   10/12/2000
Miracle Faith Church of God                    11/09/2000
Pine Ridge Subdivision                         11/16/2000
Tanner/furniture store                         11/16/2000
Jones/14 acres - Blackrock Road                01/04/2001
Home Depot - Nassau Center PUD                 01/04/2001
Graham/Gainey Acres                            01/04/2001
Gillis/Boulougne Holiness Church of God        01/11/2001
Kozia/TLC-Powertel                             01/11/2001
Whispering Pines MH Park/expansion             01/25/2001
Harris Teeter Outparcel (#6)                   01/25/2001
Wesleyan Church                                02/01/2001
Mark Davis/6 acres/Haddock Road                02/01/2001
Pine Ridge plat (re-design)                    02/01/2001
Johnson/Hargrove (6000sf gymnasium)            02/08/2001
Alligator Ridge, 70 acres                      03/01/2001
Lighthouse Baptist Church                      03/01/2001
Scott Road/12 lot subdivision                  03/08/2001
Jackie Hall/DayCare                            03/08/2001
Don Starling/Crawford Road subdivision         03/08/2001
Scott Road Subdivision                         04/05/2001
Waterways Oaks/Oyster Bay                      04/05/2001
Lanny Rauer/Roger Brown                        04/26/2001
Micheal Manzie/US1/Pratt Siding Rd. 20 lots    04/26/2001
Ted McGowan/140 acres, Ratliff Road            05/03/2001
Island Bluff - potential subdivision           05/24/2001
Abundant Life Church                           06/07/2001
Craig Reynolds/Ratliff Road subdivision        06/14/2001
Miracle Church of God/Revision                 06/21/2001
Bell South Addition - 8th Street               06/21/2001
Geiger/Sunberg Road -- 17 acres s/d            06/28/2001

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the Angel Ministry                                    07/05/2001
Nesbitt/130 acre s/d                                  07/12/2001
Harrell/Waterway Oaks/Oyster Bay                      07/12/2001
Buchanan/Azalea Pointe-Phase 1                        07/26/2001
Hamm/CarRental/Manzie/Drake                           08/09/2001
Friendship Alliance Church                            10/04/2001
Yulee Baptist Church                                  10/18/2001
Martha Garvin/8thStreetandGeiger                      11/01/2001
Milligan/19acresubdivision                            11/15/2001
Graham/Higginbotham 16acres/Hilliard                  11/29/2001
Chelsea Marine                                        11/29/2001
Stokes 16acres/Hilliard                               12/06/2001
Yulee Baptist Church                                  12/20/2001
Hilliard Baptist Church                               01/03/2002
YPC/MinerRoad                                         01/10/2002
Yulee Church of God                                   01/10/2002
Albert Pye/metal shop                                 01/17/2002
Ed Sunberg/10/20acre subdivision                      01/17/2002
Lasserre/Manzie 10 acre subdivision                   01/17/2002
Schwartz/UsedTruckLot(Chester/A1A)                    01/24/2002
Nebsbitt/129 acres                                    02/07/2002
Chelsea Marine                                        02/07/2002
Gresham/BeautyShop(17/A1A)                            02/14/2002
Fairchild/12.6acre Industrial Site (Tradeplex area)   02/14/2002
Cartesian Pointe                                      02/21/2002
Clover/Riney-32,000sf restaurant(Gerbing)             03/07/2002
Kelly’s RVPark/2000sf pavilion                        04/04/2002
Bunk/Sadler Road/Egan’sCreek 140 units                04/04/2002
Acorn/Gibraltar Apartments(Madison Cay)               04/11/2002
Magnolia Cove                                         04/11/2002
St.JamesBaptist/CR108                                 04/25/2002
LighthouseBaptist/FordRoad                            04/25/2002
Ed’sAppliance/Italia                                  04/25/2002
AlligatorExhibit/Wayfara                              04/25/2002
Hendircks/borrow pit                                  05/02/2002
ClyattCircle subdivision                              05/09/2002
NassauLakes final phase subdivision                   05/09/2002
LivingWaters                                          05/16/2002
Franklin/HilliardLumber                               05/16/2002
Graham/MorningDove sd expansion                       05/23/2002
DurdenBass/BingoHall                                  05/23/2002
Brantley/40acresConnorRoad                            05/30/2002
Ellison/TheFamilyFarmBryceville                       05/30/2002
Plover/ClaxtonRoad3.2acre subdivision                 06/13/2002
AmericanBeachCommunityCenter                          06/13/2002
Mashburn/UsedAutoSalesLot                             06/13/2002
BaileyRoadCurchofGod                                  06/20/2002
NassauBaptistHospital(18000sf addition)               06/20/2002
FPLSubStation(Hart’s Road)                            06/20/2002
AzeleaPointe,phase2 commercial                        07/11/2002
Stokes/OrangeRoad/5acre subdivision                   07/11/2002
Cannon/CR107/A1A used car lot                         07/11/2002
YuleeSportsComplex/Goodbread Road                     07/18/2002
Perret/mobilehomesaleslot/Callahan                    07/25/2002
RPM Lumber/replacement/expansion                      08/15/2002
Williams/landscapebusiness                            08/22/2002
RonAnderson/A1A/Mt.Zion                               08/29/2002
Claxton/78acres, Beau Road                            08/29/2002
Bates/13acresub/ArtesianBoulevard                     09/05/2002
BuckheadPhaseII/preliminary dev plan                  09/19/2002

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NorthHamptonIV/preliminary dev plan               09/19/2002
AmeliaBay/CR107/41 lots                           09/26/2002
Clower/3.2acre subdivision/Claxton Road           10/03/2002
Graham/Higginbotham/Kinard-Pringle Subd           10/10/2002
TimberCreekPUD                                    10/17/2002
Stokes/20lots sub Italia                          10/24/2002
Amelia National/749dua                            10/24/2002
RutenbergComplex/800’A1A                          11/07/2002
David Yulee Park                                          11/07/2002
Micah                                             11/07/2002
SlavkovskyDental/OldYuleeChurchofGodSite          11/14/2002
Etheridge/steeltankbusinessexpansion/Bryceville   11/14/2002
Gillette/OldHardee’sSite/14thandSadler            11/21/2002
Creekside/Holland-Zell PUD Amended FDP            01/09/2003
Marsh Lakes Commercial/Residential Amendment      01/09/2003
A1AcommerceCenterSP02-017 revision                01/16/2003
WaterwayOaks/OysterBay                            01/23/2003
Hicks/BaitShop/Bryceville                         01/23/2003
TheHideaway/Miner Road                            01/30/2003
ItaliaArea—20 lot sd                              02/06/2003
HanceProperty/A1A/US17 UsedCarLot                 02/06/2003
UncleBill’sUsedFurniture/1s Coast Highway                 03/06/2003
FranklinStorage/Callahan                          03/06/2003
GrayGableChurchofCallahan                         03/06/2003
AmeliaBayEstates-Comments                         03/13/2003
Harrison Cove/Dunn                                03/13/2003
Wal-Mart Outparcel B/Painter                      03/13/2003
8thSt/TJCourson/Rowe                              03/13/2003
Corbett/A1A/Page’sDairy                           03/20/2003
TimberCreekPlantation – Comments                  03/27/2003
A1A/ChristianWay/47000sfcom/retail                04/03/2003
BaileyRoadChurchofGod –Comments                   04/03/2003
TheReserveatNassauLakes – Comments                04/15/2003
Graham/Higginbotham/ArtesianRd/US1Callahan        04/15/2003
SEBaptistOfficeComplex/US17North                  04/22/2003
Lendry/SandpiperVillas/pool                       04/22/2003
NCMaintenanceFacility/Hilliard                    04/29/2003
Skipper/4lotsub/BarnwellRoad                      05/06/2003
Carmichael/Wal-MartOPA/AmSouthBank                05/06/2003
Martin’sGeneralStore                              05/13/2003
Bass/AlliedVetsBingoHall                          05/13/2003
AmeliaBayEstates-Comments                         05/20/2003
Skipper/5lotsub/BarnwellRoad                      05/27/2003
Goodbread/SkeetRange                              06/17/2003
AmeliaNational/Comments                           06/17/2003
Strait/MarionDrive3lotsubdivision                 06/17/2003
Sikes/Cornwall/4lotsubdivision                    06/17/2003
Coonrod/8lotsub/HollyPointRoad                    07/01/2003
Hoffman/Daniels/US17/5acres                       07/01/2003
Fllandsandranaches/100acres/Bryceville            07/15/2003
HamptonLakesPUDConditions                         07/22/2003
BoulogneBaptistChurch                             07/29/2003
AmeliaNationalPUDConditions                       07/29/2003
HeronIsles                                        08/05/2003
Chapman/4lotsubRainbowAcres                       08/05/2003
Connor/40acresCR121/subdivision                   08/19/2003
NassauClubApartments/CR107                        08/19/2003
Green/29acresTraceyRoad/St.Mary’sRiver            08/26/2003
Bass/AlliedVets/BingoHall                         08/26/2003
WoodbridgePUDConditions                           08/26/2003

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Graham/Higginbotham/80acres/CR121               09/09/2003
LivingWaters/Stokes                             09/30/2003
MeadowfieldCommercial/McCranie                  09/30/2003
BradyPoint/Dunn/Moore/Suddeth                   09/30/2003
RosesBluffJEAproject/Vorpe                      09/30/2003
NassauCenterPUD/McCranie                        10/07/2003
WoodbridgeEastPUDConditions                     11/18/2003
Aquaare/Sasser40acresHilliard                   11/18/2003
Simmons/CR107/A1A-.67acrescommercial            11/25/2003
WoodbridgeEastPUDConditions                     11/25/2003
NassauCenter(GoldenCorral)PUDConditions         12/23/2003
Leggett/200acres/Musselwhile/SaulsRoad          01/06/2004
McVey/7.5acres/BismarckRoad                     01/06/2004
Prarrion/Cisco/AdultGamingCenter/A1A            01/13/2004
Woodbridge/WoodbridgeEastPUDConditions          01/13/2004
Martin/BismarkRoad/4lotsubdivision              01/27/2004
Plummer’sCreek                                  01/27/2004
SummerBeachDRIAmendment                         01/27/2004
TigerIsland/Dressler                            02/03/2004
DeerfieldLakesSubdivision                       02/03/2004
Drury/theTrails/NorthDeerwoodEstates            02/03/2004
TurningLeafPUDConditions                        02/17/2004
PlummerCreekPUDConditions                       02/17/2004
SummerBeachNOPC                                 02/17/2004
CountyInnandSuitesI-95/SR200                    02/17/2004
YuleeShoppingCenter/ResolutionDiscussion        02/17/2004
AtlanticAutoBrokers/8thandSadler                02/24/2004
Coonrod/9lotSubdivision/HollyPoint/Bennett      02/24/2004
Rochester/Mike’sUpholsteryShop/Callahan         02/24/2004
NassauClubApartments/ResolutionDiscussion       02/24/2004
YuleeShoppingCenter/ResolutionDiscusison        03/09/2004
The Reserve at Old Bluff Oaks, SP03-034         03/16/2004
Street Gypsy/Resolution Discussion              3/23/2004
Trailer Park Estates//CR107                     03/23/2004
Flora Parke expansion                           03/30/2004
Flora Parke, Phase IV                           04/13/2004
Mike's Auto Upholstery/Resolution Discussion    04/13/2004
Friendship Alliance Church                      04/20/2004
The Marshes at Lanceford, PUD Conditions        04/20/2004
The Marshes at Lanceford, PUD Conditions        04/27/2004
Gas Station near 1-95 & A1A                     05/11/2004
Creekside,Unit II, PUD, Modification Discussion 05/11/2004
Clear Lake Estates/LemTurner/156lots            05/25/2004
Miracle Faith Church of God, Potential Addition 06/01/2004
Hurst Road, Potential 3 lot Sub                 06/01/2004
Best Friends Retail Shop/8th Street             06/01/2004
Phoebe Kromman/Potential Restaurant/ F.B.       06/08/2004
Cedar Avenue/ Potential Subdivision             06/15/2004
Anderson Pines/ Potential Subdivision           06/22/2004
Palmetto Pointe/ Potential Subdivision          06/22/2004
Stoney Creek Subdivision                        06/29/2004
The Outlook at Amelia Island                    06/29/2004
Scott Jones/ Potential Subdivision              07/06/2004
GlenwoodRoad/Potential Subdivision              07/13/2004
Walgreens/ US17 & A1A                           07/13/2004
Marsh Lakes PUD Conditions                      07/13/2004
AIP PUD Modification                            07/13/2004
LasserreRealEstate/GardenCenter/A1A             07/27/2004
WachoviaBandAddition/8thStreet                  07/27/2004
GatePetroleum/OutparcelShoppesofAmeliaConcourse08/02/2004

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The Hideaway Subdivision                            08/24/2004
Marino PUD, Potential Subdivision                   08/24/2004
Sadler Crossing/Preliminary Discussion              09/14/2004
Summer Woods Apartments/Preliminary Discussion 09/21/2004
Lighthouse Pointe, Phase 2/Resolution Discussion 09/28/2004
Roses Bluff Subdivision/ Preliminary Discussion     09/28/2004
River Glen PUD/ Preliminary Discussion              10/05/2004
US 301/ Bryceville/ Potential Restaurant            10/19/2004
Howard Landers/Summer Beach/Prelim Discussion 11/02/2004
Meadowfield Road / Preliminary Discussion           11/09/2004
Craig Bennett/Courtyard Florist/Res. Discussion     11/16/2004
Steve Boney/ A1A&Miner /Preliminary Discussion 11/23/2004
Cris McConnell/ Yulee High School/Prelim Discuss 11/30/2004
Drew Scott/S.14th St. Fern/Preliminary Discussion 12/07/2004
Danny Peratti/ Meadowfield Bluff Road/Prelim        12/07/2004
Mike Bueme/ Yulee Shopping Center/Res. Discuss 12/14/2004
Gary Anderson/ 10 acres/Preliminary Discussion      12/21/2004
Vince Dunn/ Summer Bch Parcel N2/Prelim Disc        12/21/2004
Daniel Salmon/Storage Bldg./Preliminary Discuss. 12/21/2004
Rafael Morala/GrayGableBptst/Prelim Discussion 01/11/2005
Dan McCranie/HamptonLakes/Prelim Discussion         01/18/2005
Dan McCranie/Potential Sub./Prelim Discussion       01/18/2005
Ken Way/ Lippizan Court/Preliminary Discussion 02/01/2005
Joe Hill/ Piney Island Sub. /Preliminary Discussion 02/01/2005
Tony Rentz/Flash Foods/Preliminary Discussion       02/08/2005
Cliff Thrift/Outside Storage/Preliminary Discussion 02/22/2005
Ronald Vargas/Potential Sub./PreliminaryDiscussion 02/22/2005
Mitch Montgomery/Temp Sales Office/PrelimDiscuss02/22/2005
Nick Gillette/MarshesatLanceford/Resol.Discussion 02/22/2005
Nick Gillette/Boys&GirlsClub/Resolution Discussion 03/01/2005
Nick Gillette/Southern Creek/Resolution Discussion 03/01/2005
Edward Allen/Home Depot/Preliminary Discussion 03/01/2005
Mike Danhower/American Beach/Prelim Discussion 03/01/2005
Terry Stratenberger/Hedges Laundry /Prelim Discuss 03/08/2005
Pam Drury/Private Rec. Area/Preliminary Discussion 03/08/2005
Vicki Drury/Joy Baptist Church/Prelim Discussion 03/08/2005
Ron Patton/7,000sfShop/Residence./Prelim Discuss 03/15/2005
Ken Atlee/Steven Hannan/400acres/Prelim. Discuss 03/22/2005
Rick Kritemyer/Amsouth /Preliminary Discussion      03/22/2005
Doug Lucas/Chester Mart/Preliminary Discussion      03/29/2005
Robert Hetzler/RV & Boat Storage/Prelim Discuss 03/29/2005
 David Haines/Gate Petroleum/Preliminary Discuss 04/05/2005
Ron Hill/Chester Road Potential Sub/Prelim Discuss 04/12/2005
Nick Gillette/8th Street/ Preliminary Discussion    04/19/2005
Nick Gillette/Manucy Road/Preliminary Discussion 04/19/2005
Peter King/Sonic Drive-Thru/Preliminary Discussion 04/26/2005
Tracey Morelan/The Lodge at Amelia Island/Pre Disc05/03/2005
Amelia River Plantation/24 units/Preliminary Discuss 05/03/2005
ERA Realty Office/CR107 & A1A/Preliminary Discu 05/03/2005
Robert Bucell/Potential Sub. Dyal Rd./Prelim.Discuss 05/17/2005
Nick Gillette/208 condos Arrigo Rd/Prelim. Disscuss 05/17/2005
Eric Myer/Faith Christian Academy/Prelim. Discuss 05/17/2005
Steve Manis/Flora Parke Phase 3/ Preliminary Discu 05/17/2005
Gary Hunter/American Beach/Preliminary Discussio 05/24/2005
Andre Desilet/The Hideaway/Resolution Discussion 05/24/2005
Karen Hunt-Wade/Adult Video Games/Prelim Discu 05/24/2005
Nick Gillette/Oyster Bay /Preliminary Discussion    05/24/2005
Chuck Drace/VideoWherehouse/Preliminary Discus 05/24/2005
Clementine/Best Friends Cards/Preliminary Discuss 05/24/2005
Jack D'Amato/Murray's Store/Preliminary Discussio 05/24/2005

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Jack D'Amato/Hilliard Church/Preliminary Disscuss 05/24/2005
Nick Gillette/Manucy Rd./Preliminary Discussion     05/31/2005
Susan Rudd/Recreational Pond/Preliminary Disscus 05/31/2005
Jim Putnall/Potential Sub./Preliminary Discussion   05/31/2005
Allen Eleferion/8th Street/ Preliminary Discussion 06/07/2005
Clifford Thrift/Material Storage/Preliminary Disscu 06/14/2005
Craig Bennett/Sales Office/Preliminary Discussion 06/14/2005
Terry Durand/LighthouseChurch&Park/Pre. Discuss 06/14/2005
Pat Kelly/RV Park/Preliminary Discussion            06/21/2005
Lewyn Boyette/2 Subdivisions/Preliminary Discuss 06/21/2005
Richard Freeman/Riding Stable/Preliminary Discuss 06/21/2005
Kim Larson/Wachovia Bank/Preliminary Discussion 06/21/2005
Wanda Smith/Retail to Rest/ Preliminary Discussion 06/28/2005
Adkin/D'Amato/Adult Care Center/Prelim Discuss 06/28/2005
George Alexander/Retail Center/Preliminary Disscu 07/05/2005
Jim Skinner/42 lots Subdivision/Prelim. Discussion 07/05/2005
Nick Gillette/Tuscany/Preliminary Discussion        07/26/2005
Vickie Drury/Joy Baptist Church/Preliminary Discus 07/26/2005
Tony Jarzyna/ Tyler Plaza/ Resolution Discussion    07/26/2005
Courtney Thompson/Palmetto Walk/Prelim. Discuss 08/02/2005
Lupita McClenning/Clinch Drive/Prelimin. Discuss 08/09/2005
Bob Lease/ Nextel Commun./Preliminary Discussion 08/16/2005
McCranie/Dome Healing Center/Resolution Discuss 08/16/2005
Sandra Owen/Murphy Oil Car Wash/Prelim Discuss 08/16/2005
Kathryn Carring/Sea Dune Garages/Prelim Discuss 08/16/2005
Nick Gillette/Old Church Road/Prelim. Discussion 08/23/2005
Peter King/Campground/Preliminary Discussion        08/23/2005
Scott Johnson/Miner Road/Preliminary Discussion 08/23/2005
Danny Perrati/Lofton Reserve/Resolution Discussion 08/30/2005
Ken Voyer/Grande Oaks Sales Trailer/Prelim Discus 08/30/2005
Calvin Smith/AdultGamingRoom/Prelim Discussion 08/30/2005
Nick Gillette/Johnson/Griffin Rd./Prelim Discussion 08/30/2005
Dan McCranie/Musselwhite/Preliminary Discussion 09/06/2005
Dan McCranie/South Callahan/Preliminary Discuss 09/06/2005
John Chendorf/Chilis/Preliminary Discussion          09/13/2005
Peter King/Sonic/Preliminary Discussion              09/13/2005
Anthony Rent/Flash Foods/Tuffy/Prelim Discussion 09/20/2005
Kevin McCarthy/Down Under Rest/Preim Discussio n 09/20/2005
Tim Allen/Old Post Office-Yulee/Prelim Discussion 09/20/2005
Daniel Salmon/North End Boat Ramp/Res. Discuss        09/20/2005
Nick Gillette/Old Kings Ferry Rd/Prelim Discussion 09/27/2005
Marianne Long/Lem Turner Rd./Prelim Discussion       09/27/2005
Jim Shroads/ Deep Creek Plantation/Prelim Discuss 10/04/2005
Henry Vorpe/700 lots/ 1550 ac/Preliminary Discussi 10/11/2005
Joe Cronk/Glenwood Road/Preliminary Discussion       10/11/2005
Todd Makie/JEA-United Water/Prelim Discussion        10/11/2005
Joe Mecca/Dunkin Donuts/Preliminary Discussion        10/11/2005
Frances Dobleo/Wachovia/Preliminary Discussion        10/18/2005
Jason Haire/Gate Petroleum/Preliminary Discussion 10/18/2005
Henry Vorpe/Trail Ridge/Preliminary Discussion       11/1/2005
Danny Perrati/Lofton Reserve/Resolution Discussion 11/1/2005
Robert Hinson/Mt. Hored Church /Preliminary Disc. 11/1/2005
Neil Brockmier/Res.-Subdivision 203 lots/Pre. Disc 11/8/2005
Mutt Daniel/Car Lot-Geiger & 8th/Prel. Discussion     11/8/2005
Jim Lucas/Western Village/Preliminary Discussion     11/15/2005
David Mahon/Mahon's Refrigeration/Preliminary D. 11/22/2005
Stan Lightborn/Yulee Corner Outparcel/Pre. Disc.      11/29/2005
Asa Gillette/Mt. Zion 2.83 ac./Preliminary Disc.      11/29/2005
Duane Erickson/The Bridge/Preliminary Disc.           12/13/2005
Mark Puskar/Timber Ridge-replat/Preliminary Disc. 12/13/2005

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Asa Gillette/Marsh Lakes Frontage/Preliminary Disc. 01/3/2006
RPM Lumber Addition/Pages DairyRd./Pre. Disc.           01/3/2006
Nick Gillette/Manucy Pointe/Resolution Disc.            01/3/2006
Bill Taylor/Preliminary Discussion                      01/10/2006
Nick Gillette/Lofton Southwest/Prelim. Disc.            01/10/2006
Robert Craig/Subdivision Simmons Rd./Pre. Disc.         01/17/2006
Allen Eleftesion/Bubbles Dry Cleaning/Pre. Disc.        01/24/2006
Michael Stubbs/Advance Disposal/Pre. Disc.              01/31/2006
Nick Gillette/Heritage Oaks 4.81ac./Pre. Disc.          01/31/2006
Shirley Wilson/Lot 48 Blackrock Hammock/PD              02/14/2006
Vince Dunn/Ritz Carlton/Preliminary Disc.               02/14/2006
Jim Lucas/Heron Isles, Phase 111/Prel. Disc.            02/14/2006
Jim Skinner/Miranda Homes/Preliminary Disc              02/28/2006
Shawn Adams/Nassau Lakes 2-Lots/Prel. Disc.             02/28/2006
Ann Hays/Myrtice Road Lots/ Preliminary Disc.           03/07/2006
Bill Taylor/Magnolia Cove/Preliminary Disc.             03/07/2006
Dennis Harbin/10 lots Gerbing/Prel. Disc.            03/07/2006
Mr. Larsen/Wachovia-Five Points/Prelim, Disc         03/14/2006
Russ Gangle/Gas Station-A1A&I95/Pre. Disc.           03/14/2006
Joe Bryant/Flora Parke/Preliminary Disc.            03/21/2006
Stan Lightborne/Yulee Corner/Prelim. Disc.          03/21/2006
Daniella Rehrig/Amelia Oaks/Prelim.Disc.            03/21/2006
Howard Landers/Ritz Carlton/Preliminary Disc.        03/28/2006
Lawrence Swift/9-Lots Blackrock/Prelim.Disc.         03/28/2006
Nancy Malloy/Real Estate Office/Prelim.Disc.          03/28/2006
Robert Benjamin/Church of God of Faith/PD            04/11/2006
Raphael Morala/Holiday Inn Express/PD               04/11/2006
Sam Hamilton/Sarasohn Subdivision/PD                 04/18/2006
Nick Gillette/Hirth Road Dev./Preliminary Disc.      04/25/2006
Nick Gillette/Mutt Daniels/Resolution Discussion     04/25/2006
Kim George/USHwy1/Preliminary Discussion             05/02/2006
Kyle Davis/US 1/Preliminary Discussion              05/02/2006
Richard Shirah/S.8th St./Preliminary Discussion      05/09/2006
Chris Favre/Musselwhite/Preliminary Discussion       05/16/2006
Nick Gillette/NassauCommerceCtr/Prelim. Discuss. 05/16/2006
Shiloh Dudley/Cornwall Survey/Preliminary Discuss 05/16/2006
Angie Claxton/US Hwy1Office Complex/Prelim Diss 05/16/2006
Chris Easterling/Trail Ridge Plantations/Prelim Discus05/30/2006
Sergio Garcia/Starbucks/Preliminary Discussion         06/06/2006
David Vickers/CourtneyIslesApt./Prelim. Discuss       06/06/2006
LeeAnn Sheppard/ChurchRdEstates/Preliminary Diss 06/13/2006
Nick Gillette/Nassau Liquors/Preliminary Discussion 06/20/2006
Brian Brown/Tupelo Pavilion/Preliminary Discussion06/20/2006
Mark Ulerie/Respite Home CR107/Preliminary Dissc 06/20/2006
Stan Liteborne/Amelia Markets II/ResolutionDiscuss 06/20/2006
George&Chauncey Mason/ Car Wash/Prelim Discuss 06/27/2006
Kimberly Fahlgren/US 1 Hilliard/ Preliminary Discus 06/27/2006
Nassau Liquors/Shoppes@Amelia Conc/Prelim Discu 06/27/2006
First Federal Bank/A1A & Concourse/Prelimin Discus 06/27/2006
Dan McCranie/Christopher Creek Sub /Prelim Discus 07/11//2006
Dave Turner/A1A & Harry Green Rd./Preliminary Disc07/11/2006
Tim McMillian/HardenOfficeBldg/Preliminary Discuss 07/11/2006
Chad Newman/AndrewsAcres/Preliminary Discussion 07/11/2006
Molly Price/ Suntrust Bank/Preliminary Discussion        07/11/2006
Kyle Davis/NassauCtr.PUD/Preliminary Discussion         07/18/2006
Mike Manzie/Lot2VictoriasLanding/PreliminaryDiscus 07/18/2006
Alan McKinney/AmeliaConAmenityCtr/PrelimDiscuss 07/18/2006
StaceyScott/BlackrockCrossingCommCtr/PrelimDiscus 07/18/2006
Stacey Scott/R&R Outpost/Preliminary Discussion          07/18/2006
DaveShamon/PaksKarate/SportsBar/Preliminary Discus 07/25/2006

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NickGillette/MiniWarehouseUS17S/Preliminary Discuss07/25/2006
ScottJohnson/MinerRoadComm/Preliminary Discussion 07/25/2006
RandyDowning/OspreyVillageCondos/Prelim Discuss 07/25/2006
ScottSkinner/SherwinWilliams/ Preliminary Discussion 07/25/2006
Vince Dunn/Enclave@SummerBeach/Preliminary Dis. 08/01/2006
Dan McCranie/Trim-All Lawn Serv./Preliminary Discu 08/01/2006
Nick Gillette/Bob'sMiniStorage/Preliminary Discussion 08/08/2006
Nick Gillette/Bennett Road/Preliminary Discussion      08/08/2006
Tom Roberts/Luke's Landing/Preliminary Discussion      08/08/2006
Donald Burch/JEA Pump Facility/Preliminary Discuss 08/08/2006
Kamel Paerkah/DustyHodges/West Meadows Sub/Prelim 08/15/2006
Scott Lyons/Michael Paulson/CraveyRd./Prelim Discuss 08/15/2006
Kyle Davis/ TupeloPhaseIV/Preliminary Discussion        08/22/2006
Ryan Baline/ChandlersMeadow/Preliminary Discussion 08/29/2006
ShaunHarrell/OysterBayClubhouse/PreliminDiscussion 08/29/2006
Asa Gillette/Ron Anderson Chevy/Preliminary Discussion 09/05/2006
Asa Gillette/Davis Road/Preliminary Discussion          09/05/2006
Neil Brockmeier/Brent Oaks/Preliminary Discussion       09/05/2006
Al & Luanne Smith/Tuscany Sales Trlr/ Prelim Discussio 09/19/2006
John Cusick/Funeral Home US1/Preliminary Discussion 09/19/2006
Dan McCranie/ThompkinsLanding/Preliminary Discussi 09/19/2006
Dan McCranie/ Crews Road/Preliminary Discussion         09/19/2006
Tracy Hall/DVD Rental Machines/Preliminary Discussion 09/26/2006
Mike Manzie/GrandeOaks@AmeliaRiver/PrelimDiscussi 09/26/2006
Nick Gillette/GrandeOaks@AmeliaRiver/Prelim Discussi 09/26/2006
Nicole Bolatete/BB& T Bank/Preliminary Discussion        09/26/2006
Rex Collins/Gary Johns Automotive/Prelim Discussion      10/03/2006
Molly Price/McDonaldsRest./Preliminary Discussion        10/03/2006
Dan McCranie/BlackheathPark/Preliminary Discussion       10/10/2006
Nick Gillette/Tuscany/Preliminary Discussion             10/10/2006
Nick Gillette/FrankWardRd. 20 lots/PreliminaryDiscussin 10/10/2006
Casey Taylor/BlackrockBaptist/Preliminary Discussion     10/17/2006
Michelle Norris/Summer Woods Sales Trlr/Prelim Discuss 10/24/2006
Asa Gilette/ERA Fern. Bch Realty/ Preliminary Discussion 10/31/2006
Dan McCranie/North Brook plat/Resolution Discussion       11/14/2006
Rodney Morris/Sales Trailer/Preliminary Discussion        11/14/2006
Andre Desilet/HideawayPhaseIIplat/ Preliminary Discussion11/21/2006
Eileen Connelly/JEAWaterBooster/Preliminary Discussion 11/21/2006
Kyle Davis/StowAWayStorage/Resolution Discussion           11/28/2006
Ron Turner/United Bowling Bldg./Preliminary Discussion 11/28/2006
Dan McCranie/Amelia Island Care Ctr/Preliminary Discuss 12/05/2006
Mike Manzie/Watermark Plantation/Preliminary Discussion 12/05/2006
John Rawson/ AmsouthBank/ Preliminary Discussion                   12/12/2006
Troy Pitts/Ice House/Preliminary Discussion               12/19/2006
Kyle Davis/US Hwy1 Entrance/Preliminary Discussion         01/02/2007
Jose Deliz/Clinch Drive/Preliminary Discussion             01/02/2007
Bobby Franklin/Cornwall Survey/Preliminary Discussion      01/09/2007
Howard Landers/NickGillette/Crane Island Rds/Prelim Discu 01/16/2007
Dan McCranie/Holy Cove/ Preliminary Discussion              01/23/2007
Andre Desilet/ Turning Leaf/IsleDeMai Preliminary Discuss 01/23/2007
Donald Kirkland/ Meadows Lane/ Preliminary Discussion       01/23/2007
Daniel Salmon/AmericanBchCommCtr/Preliminary Discussio 01/30/2007
Jose Deliz/Lofton Creek/ Preliminary Discussion             01/30/2007
Jamie Collins/Racetrac/Preliminary Discussion               02/13/2007
Larry Longenecker/HiddenOaksEstates/Preliminary Disscuss 02/13/2007
Vince Dunn/ Enclaveat SummerBeachUnitII/Prelim Discussi 02/20/2007
Robbie Lee/ Lanceford Lane/Preliminary Discussion           02/27/2007
Jihad Safar/ Safari Food Store/Preliminary Discussion       02/27/2007
Rob Robertson/ First Coast Funeral Home/ Prelim Discussion 03/13/2007
Andre Desilet/ AmeliaConcourseAmenityCtr/Resolution Disu 03/20/2007

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Jack D'Amato/Range Training Ctr. CR108/Prelim Discussion 04/10/2007
Nick Gillette/Crane Island Phase 1-A/Resolution Discussion 04/17/2007
TomForbess/White Salvage/Preliminary Discussion              04/17/2007
Stephanie George/ Happy Tales Kennel/Preliminary Discuss 05/01/2007
Kyle Davis/ Amelia Village/ Preliminary Discussion           05/01/2007
Frances Dobleo/FirstCoastCommBank/Preliminary Discussio 05/15/2007
Asa Gillette/SuttonPlace/IGA Bldg./Preliminary Discussion 05/15/2007
Barry Portnoy/ SunshineConvenientStore/Prelimin Discussion 05/22/2007
Nick Gillette/AmeliaIslandPlaza/ Resolution Discussion        05/22/2007
Karl Hazen/ TowerCommunicationFacility/Prelim Discussion 05/29/2007
Nick Gillette/Dunes Lodge AIP/Preliminary Discussion          05/29/2007
Nick Gillette/BaileyRoadApartments/Preliminary Discussion 05/29/2007
MitchBranch/DeepCrkPlantationSalesTrl/Prelimin Discussion 06/05/2007
Kyle Davis/NassauCommerceCtrWest/Preliminary Discussion 06/12/2007
Mike Manzie/Johnson’s Hammock/Preliminary Discussion           06/26/2007
Mitch Branch/ModularHome/Preliminary Discussion               07/03/2007
PhosyPhimmasane/SerrinaPhimmasane/Preliminary Discussion 07/10/2007
Asa Gillette/AzaleaPointeVillage/Preliminary Discussion        07/17/2007
Jose Deliz/ Lot 20 Waterman’s Bluff/Preliminary Discussion 07/17/2007
Mark Smith/ Crawford Road/ Preliminary Discussion              07/24/2007
Chris Favre/ Miner Pines/ Preliminary Discussion               07/31/2007
Karl Hazen/195’MonopoleHendricksRd/Preliminary Discussio 08/07/2007
Nick Gillette/ Sunset Palms/ Preliminary Discussion            08/072007
VinceDunn/RitzCarltonBallroomAddition/PreliminaryDiscussio08/14/2007
Dan McCranie/QualityMobileHomes/Preliminary Discussion          08/14/2007
Dan McCranie/ Amelia Station/Preliminary Discussion             08/21/2007
Andre Desilet/Friendly Road Sub./Preliminary Discussion         08/28/2007
Kyle Davis/Stow-A-StorageBldgC/Preliminary Discussion           08/28/2007
Asa Gillette/DavisRd.Improvements/Preliminary Discussion        08/28/2007
Dan McCranie/ The Gate/ Resolution Discussion                   09/11/2007
Ricardo Barrera/HappyLandingLearningCtr.,LLC/PreliminDiscu09/18/2007
Daniel Lahey/ Baptist Medical Addition/ Preliminary Discussion 09/18/2007
NickGillette/HilliardLatterDaySaints/PreliminaryDiscussion       09/25/2007
StaceyScott/TylerPlazaWest/ShoppesatMidtown/PrelimDiscuss 09/25/2007
Scott Knowles/Lofton Creek Subdivision/ Preliminary Discuss 09/25/2007
Scott Knowles/Clinch Road Subdivision/ PreliminaryDiscussion 10/02/2007
Danese Taylor/ Taylor Estates/ Preliminary Discussion            10/02/2007
Chris Favre/Kelly’s RV Park/ Preliminary Discussion             10/23/2007
Mike Manzie/CassidyProperty108/Preliminary Discussion            11/06/2007
DaleBraddock/ShuckersOysterHouse/Preliminary Discussion         11/06/2007
Andre Desilet/Nassau Landing Replat/Preliminary Discussion 11/13/2007
Andre Desilet/ Chandlers Meadow/ Preliminary Discussion          11/13/2007
Robert Buccello/Kara Bu Acres/ Preliminary Discussion            11/20/2007
Mike Manzie/ West Acres/ Preliminary Discussion                 11/20/2007
Asa Gillette/Celebration Baptist Church/ Preliminary Discussion 12/04/2007
Mike Eisenhower/GoGreenGolfCartSales/Preliminary Discussion 12/18/2007
Ronnie Cannon/OutdoorPoolSales/Preliminary Discussion            12/18/2007
Robert Kilpatrick/FirstBptstChurchGreyGables/Preliminary Discu01/08/2008
Douglas Skiles/Villages of Amelia/ Resolution Discussion         01/15/2008
John&AnneDuey/PetShop&Grooming/Preliminary Discussion              01/22/2008
Mike Preusser/A1ATruck&AutoCenter/Preliminary Discussion 01/29/2008
Kyle Davis/GreyGablesBaptistChurch/Preliminary Discussion                  01/29/2008
Michael Franklin/ CallieKaysAddition/Preliminary Discussion                02/05/2008
Frances Sims/Conner-Nelson Rd/ Preliminary Discussion             02/19/2008
Ken Douglas/Alene Road/ Preliminary Discussion                    02/19/2008
Mike Manzie/Gerbing Azalea Gardens/Preliminary Discussion                  03/11/2008
Dan McCranie/ Trevett-Tradeplex/Preliminary Discussion            03/11/2008
Jason Bishop/Zidell Road/ Preliminary Discussion                  04/22/2008



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