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To see the version of the Lincolnville Redevelopment Plan adopted by the St. Augustine City Commission on April 8, 2013, click here.
With nearly a hundred participants over three days, the public meetings seeking input for the Lincolnville Community Redevelopment program were completed with a feeling of accomplishment, at least for this initial step.
The meetings, termed as charrettes, where held on January 22-24 and led by a team from Prosser Hallock, Inc., contracted by the City of St. Augustine. That team's task was to follow through with the first step by developing a Finding of Necessity analysis, often referred to as a “blight study,” for the Lincolnville neighborhood.
The purpose of the analysis is to determine if the criteria that define “blight” are present in sufficient amount to provide a basis for City Commission adoption of a Resolution for Finding of Necessity. If the study area meets the criteria and the Commission decides to proceed, then a Redevelopment Plan will be structured to address the area’s inadequacies and provide strategies and mechanisms on which to build positive improvements in Lincolnville.
A summary of the meetings' discussions has been developed that includes much of the substantial input from the public offered at each meeting in areas related to infrastructure, land use, amenities, connectivity, sense of place, beautification and housing. To read the summary, click here.
To view a map of the community redevelopment area, click here.
The next step in the process is for presentations to be made before the Planning and Zoning Board and the Historic Architectural Review Board. Those presentations will both be held during special meetings during the third week of February. Those meetings are:
For those wishing to review extensive information from the public meetings, including agendas, presentation materials and photographs, click here.