Fort Myers City Council denies land-use change for 42-acre property in Treeline corridor

Author: Katiuska Carrillo, Gulfshore Business
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Fort Myers City Council denied a land-use change Monday for a 42-acre property in the Treeline corridor, consisting of 10 parcels on the northeast corner of Treeline Avenue and Daniels Parkway. 

Council member Darla Bonk motioned to deny the request for a traditional community land use on the site, sending the item back to the planning board with the recommendation that the site will be an industrial light land use with a caveat for no residential uses on the property. The motion passed with a 4-3 vote. 

The item drew dozens of Treeline corridor residents, along with Lee County Commissioner Cecil Pendergrass, all speaking in opposition of the applicant’s request. 

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