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Civic Pulse – Commission and Council Updates

📢 Local Government Update 📢

October 2023 📅

🏗️ **Baldwin County Planning Commission**

– 🏡 Highlands at Fish River: 138-lot subdivision approved.

– 🌳 Elizabeth Gardens: 260-lot approval; D.R. Horton as developer.

– 🏘️ Mill Creek: Additional 180 lots approved.

– 🚫 Lillian Re-Zoning: Denied; sent for County Commission review.

🌊 **Orange Beach City Council**

– 📦 Money Bayou Storage: Approved 12,800+ sq. ft. storage unit facility.

🌺 **Fairhope Planning Commission**

– 🏠 Laurelbrook: Phase 1 approved with 51 lots; amenities planned.

🏖️ **Orange Beach Planning Commission**

– 🏢 McInnis Co. Expansion: Conditional use permit approved.

– 🌅 Buena Vista & Summer Salt: Additional Phases approved.

🌆 **Gulf Shores City Council**

– 🏙️ 24 Canal Place: Mixed-use development approved.

– 🏢 Condo Dev. Standards: Amendment passed for Mixed-Use Condominiums.

🏭 **Baldwin County Commission**

– ♻️ Ecovery: Re-zoning & site plan for expansion approved in Loxley.

🏢 **Gulf Shores Planning Commission**

– 🏭 KAW Office/Warehouse: Site plan approved for contractor space.

Overall, it’s been a busy month in local governance with a clear focus on residential and commercial expansion. New subdivisions like Highlands at Fish River and Elizabeth Gardens will likely have a significant impact on the real estate market in Baldwin County. Planning Commissions across Baldwin and Mobile Counties are certainly ramping up their approvals, suggesting a positive outlook for economic growth.

Traffic modifications like new turn lanes are also in the pipeline to facilitate the new developments. If you have questions about how this affects local real estate, feel free to #AskJudd!

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