MARTIN COUNTY — The 2016 algae blooms, Hurricane Matthew and Zika outbreak have allowed the developer of an assisted-living facility to get nearly three additional years to work on the project. Greenland Palms LLC is at least the second developer in Martin County to use the 2016 events to get more time for his or her project. Florida law allows for development extensions when there's a declaration of a state of emergency. Gov.
STUART — In late June, residents of single-family homes were told they could have up to two backyard chickens. That's no longer the case. Commissioner Jeffrey Krauskopf on July 10 backtracked his approval, tipping the scale against backyard chickens, which had been narrowly approved last month. The City Commission at its June 26 meeting voted 3-2 to allow backyard chickens, with Mayor Troy McDonald and Vice Mayor Kelli Glass Leighton dissenting.
Editor's note: This article was updated from its original version. Fernlea Nursery Inc. is an active nursery. MARTIN COUNTY — Six property owners want the county to change its land-use rules to allow more development on the sites than currently allowed. Visiting Nurse Association wants to change its designation on 9.4 acres on the northeast corner of Willoughby Boulevard and Salerno Road to allow for an assisted-living facility.
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