MOORE HAVEN, FL. -- Glades County Community Development Director Larry Hilton said the rezoning portion of the Port LaBelle Driving Park proposal, which is the application for Planned Development that includes Driving Club as one of it's 31 proposed scheduled uses, will not be heard next Tuesday.
The application to change the future land use from agricultural to residential will be on the agenda, however. Hilton advises that any citizen or group who may have planned a presentation about the Driving Club, would not be allowed to make a presentation at this meeting. However, if there is an objection to changing the future land use, then you can be heard at this meeting.
The public would be advised to have legal reasons for why the land use should not be changed from it's current agricultural use to residential.
The applicant, Armboz, Inc. will officially ask for the continuance of the rezoning hearing, and then at a later date to have it rescheduled to be heard. The Planning Commission only meets once monthly, on the second Tuesday at 5:05 PM. The new date would have to be advertised before placed on the agenda.
The Glades County Commission will also NOT be hearing the the land owner's request rezoning at it's April 10 meeting, because it has to be heard by the Planning Commission before it comes to the BoCC.