The Pasco County Commission has approved a rezoning on 130 acres on the southwest corner of State Road 52, about 70 feet west of Bellamy Brothers Boulevard, to allow 1 million square feet of light industrial and 200,000 square feet of support commercial.
Commissioners approved the request as part of their consent agenda, which means it was recommended for approval by the Planning Commission and county planners, and there was no public opposition.
The application for the request was filed by 3KS Family Limited Partnership.
The site is currently unimproved and is being used for agricultural activities.
County staff has initiated a comprehensive plan amendment to allow multiple master-planned unit developments on the acreage, rather than a single master-planned unit development, and to make some additional changes.
Development on the site will be limited to light industrial or a target primary business, as identified by Enterprise Florida as a qualified target industry for the tax refund program, or a business that is identified by the Pasco Economic Development Council Inc., on the economic development target industry list.
Access to the site will be off State Road 52, according to county documents.
The project is currently being evaluated by the Pasco Economic Development Council for the Pasco Ready Site Program.
Published October 16, 2019
Is any of this property part of the county’s eLAMP program? Land set aside in the early 2000’s that was purchased with Penney for Pasco money so that the county would keep various parts of Pasco undeveloped for environmental purposes?