Board Approves Self-Storage Development in Winter Haven, Fla.

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A self-storage development in Winter Haven, Fla., was approved by city commissioners Monday. The board unanimously approved changing the future land use on 13 acres at the southwest corner of Pollard Road and Eloise Loop/Eagle Lake Loop Road from residential medium to commercial retail.

Residents living near the proposed site told the board they wanted assurance the developer, Jack M. Berry Inc., would only build self-storage on the proposed site. The city’s community and economic development director assured the board that is the developer’s intention.

Source:  The Ledger,  Winter Haven Commissioners Approve Land Use for Proposed CSX Center

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