Benefits of Membership:
Becoming a member of The Hammock Community Assocation will ensure that you are kept informed on what is going on in the community such as:
- upcoming development projects, including new gated communities or expansions to existing resorts.
- new ordinances that may affect the quality of life in The Hammock.
- recent crimes that threaten the safety of our community.
- access to member's only information such as minutes from previous meetings and strategy documents.
- invitations to monthly meetings where you can hear, first hand, about information that will shape your community.
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Flagler County Commissioner primary candidates will participate in a panel discussion where we will ask questions about issues that will affect The Hammock.
HCA appealed the Planning Director’s decision that Hammock Harbour’s dry boat storage is a less intense use than the prior yacht building operation. Since the proposed new storage building is 4 times the area of the existing building, the parking would be 10 times the existing parking, and a forklift would be running all day long, HCA firmly believes that this is a more intense use and not a permitted use in the Scenic Corridor.. The Planning & Development board denied our appeal on Sep 10 with a 4/1 vote so we may now appeal that decision to the Board of County Commissioners.
Please join us to oppose this intense development by coming to the Planning Board hearing and wearing green, TBD Oct 7 or 21, 5:00 PM in the Board Chambers, 1769 East Moody Blvd., Bldg. 2, Bunnell, Florida 32110
Beachwalk Development IS BACK:
The Beachwalk proposed rezoning and site plan approval will resurface at the Monday, September 16 Board of Commissioners meeting, 5:00 PM at the Board Chambers in Bunnell. It will be "untabled" and therefore will come up for a vote in order to "put it to bed."
HCA opposes this project because it adds about 14 more homes than would be allowed with the current zoning. This adds additional traffic and extends evacuation times.
Please come out to support our opposition by wearing a green shirt. Numbers represent power and will influence this vote!
Location: A1A & Jungle Hut Rd - July 15 Backup material for Commissioners
Density: 50 Homes on 12.44 acres (50-foot lots)
Traffic estimate: 571 trips/day (with 54 homes)
Victory at Bing’s Landing. Our efforts paid off!
From the June 17, 2019 Board of County Commissioners meeting (on YouTube here)
County Administrator's statement: "My instructions from the last meeting were to do this evaluation, and if the building could be made to fulfill the life of the lease and beyond, to do so. If it came in at less than the 50% valuation, based on those instructions, I will continue down that path. We will have to get some design work done. We will have work with the tenant to deal with the periods when the building could not be used for normal functions during construction, so it will be a little while before we can actually do the repairs. But we will move it as fast as possible."