Trammell is asking Land Use Attorney Scott Shirley to work with David Theriaque, who is representing Holiday Isle on proposed language changes.
Shirlely said he will work with staff, Theriaque and others to see if they can come to a stake-holder consensus about language moving forward.
For his part, Theriaque says one way to move the ball is to take the information that’s proposed and make “red line” changes, “something we can start throwing darts at.”
“We’d like to move this ball forward,” he said. “I thought the easiest way to move forward is to put the ball on us.”
Pat Blackshear, who represents Coral Reef Club, is up to the podium. She is telling the council that some of these policies will affect other areas.
“We would ask that we be able to work with staff and council so that we can come up with something where we are on the same page,” she said.
Gallander is now telling the room that the city’s website has a section where people can go and enter their email address and be alerted of meeting notices. There has been discussion from some that they didn’t know this meeting was taking place.
It appears that there is no more discussion on the comp plan, so city leaders are now turning their attention to what topic will be discussed at the next workshop.
This will be the Crystal Beach planning area. The date is still up for finalization.
With that said, tonight’s workshop is adjourned.