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The developer will no longer seek to build a convention center, hotel and shops.
When considering general lighting needs, even light distribution and flexibility are essential. Consider recessed fixtures spaced evenly throughout the kitchen, with additional lighting positioned above islands, working countertops, sinks and ranges.
MANATEE COUNTY FL,--- At first glance the piece of land along El Conquistador Parkway looks like over grown brush and weeds but the interior and coast of the property are majestic scenes of mangroves, exotic birds, and sun glisten bay. Its all a part of Long Bar Pointe.
MANATEE COUNTY, FL-- Both sides of the proposed Long Bar Pointe development project get ready to defend their points. Manatee county will hold a public hearing on the matter Tuesday Aug 6.
MANATEE COUNTY--Interest in the proposed Long Bar Pointe project continues to grow. The project calls for more than one-thousand residences, a hotel, retail space and a marina to be built along the Bay Front, south of Cortez Village. But an organized movement against the project is expanding and opposition say for good reason.
MANATEE COUNTY - The controversial development for the Long Bar Pointe area continues to grow opposition. Many Manatee County residences disapprove of the project saying it will have major environmental impacts and as well as ruin the currently peaceful area.
Medallion Homes is the group behind the project and company officials says residents need not worry. According to the group their goal is to improve the area and give residents more options to entertain themselves.
But not everyone agrees. In fact their has been so much backlash about the project that Manatee county commissioners move the public hearing to discuss the issue to the Bradenton Area Convention Center. They say the change was necessary to accommodate what they expect to be a larger audience.
We'll have the full details of the development and what residents are now saying coming up at 6pm.
(NAPSI)—When you get down to it, a new floor can really raise a home’s resale value. In fact, according to the annual Cost vs. Value Report, published by The National Association of Realtors, installing new floors in your home adds dividends to your bottom line when it comes time to sell.