Wine Cellar land use hearing scheduled
The family that owns the Wine Cellar restaurant has applied for a land use change with the town of North Redington Beach that would open the door for the construction of a proposed 28,000-square-foot Sweetbay grocery store.
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#1 Sep 12, 2012
I guess we are screwed and this supermarket that we do no need in our neighborhood will be built. I really do not want to see fifty or so delivery trucks a week plus the additional traffic on Gulf Blvd. Trying to cross Gulf Blvd now is a serious problem and you risk your life to do so. The smell of garbage will be really bad.
The president of AG development sold us a bunch of lies as he said up to 16 trucks a week. I was at Winn-Dixie and counted six delivery trucks at 9:43 AM. We did not see any Winn-Dixie trucks, beer trucks, cola trucks. The Winn-Dixie Store manager said the weekly count is more like over fifty trucks.
How will they operate with only 107 parking spaces, some of those will be filled from the resort across the street and beach-goers.
I live up the street and will not support something that I do not want on my street. I want to keep my home safe
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