Letter from Michael Jacob to Everybody Concerned on May 21 2015

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Sent: Thursday, May 21, 2015 5:19:14 PM
Subject: Pine Island Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Code Update
Good afternoon Phil, Bill, Noel, Mike, Kathy, and Dan:
As each of you are aware, we are working on the preliminary Lee Plan and LDC amendments for
the Pine Island Community. Within the next week, we anticipate having a working draft of the
initial Lee Plan and LDC amendments. We would like to solicit each of your assistance in
reviewing the preliminary draft, providing comments, and suggesting changes prior to finalizing
the draft. If you would like to assist us, please let me know.
Once I have the final list of individuals that will assist, we will set up a meeting with the group to
review the draft and discuss the review parameters moving forward. If possible, I would like to
meet late next week or early in the following week. I imagine the meeting will take a good part
of a day with at least one follow up meeting. After this group has finalized the preliminary draft,
we would then distribute to the Community for further review and input over the summer with
additional Community meetings.
Finally, due to the on-going litigation, we must insist on keeping the discussion confidential. If
the confidentiality requirement is not acceptable to you, please let me know in advance. If you
have any questions about your assistance or the nature of the review going forward, please call
me to discuss.
Thanks in advance for your assistance,
Michael D. Jacob
Managing Assistant County Attorney Lee County Attorney’s Office
(239) 533-2236 (telephone)
(239) 485-2106 (facsimile)
[email protected]
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