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Bureau of Community Development
Department of Community Affairs
CVS Distribution Center
Grant Application Water and sewer facilities and road improvement
98th Ave. and SR 60
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BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS <br /> 1840 25th Street, Vero Beach, Florida 32960-3365 <br /> Telephone: (772) 567-8000 <br /> �ORIOy' <br /> August 17 , 2004 <br /> Ms . Susan Fleming <br /> Bureau of Community Development- CDBG Section <br /> Department of Community Affairs <br /> 2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard <br /> Tallahassee, Florida 32399 -2100 <br /> Re : Indian River County CDBG-ED Grant Application (CVS Distribution Center) <br /> Certification of Available Water, Wastewater, & Road Capacity & Certification of <br /> Land Use Consistency <br /> Dear Ms . Flemming : <br /> Please be advised that Indian River County is seeking a CDBG- ED grant to fund required fire <br /> protection facilities , water and sewer facilities , and road improvements for a proposed CVS <br /> distribution center near the northwest corner of 98th Avenue and S . R. 60 in unincorporated Indian <br /> River County. <br /> Proposed grant funded activities will include , but not be limited to , the construction of 2 , 781 <br /> linear feet of 12 - inch water main , 170 linear feet of 8 - inch water main , 1 , 532 linear feet of 10- <br /> inch water main, 1 , 392 linear feet of 6- inch sewer main , and improvements to portions of three <br /> separate roads (98 `h Avenue , 100`h Avenue and 22nd Street) . <br /> By way of this letter and the support documents attached hereto , the Indian River County Board <br /> of County Commissioners certifies that the proposed project is consistent with both the County ' s <br /> comprehensive plan and land development regulations , and that the County has adequate water, <br /> sewer, and road capacity to serve the project. <br /> The project is important to Indian River County, as the CVS distribution center is a strong <br /> national employer that can help to reduce unemployment and improve the quality of life for area <br /> residents . <br />
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