- Required Developer to pay for Segovia median.
- Required Developer to pay for traffic calming & drainage.
Served on Coral Gables Public Safety Commission.
- Reduced density from 103 to 39 units – Villa Valencia.
- Reduced FAR 1 – Villa Valencia.
- Obtained Developer Funded 7,500 sq. ft. Public Park.
- Required Street & Intersection Improvements.
- Prevented Removal of Specimen Oaks on Almeria.
- Increased sidewalk space on “as of right” construction project on LeJeune.
Served on Coral Gables Sustainability Board:
- Pushed the City to Stop Using Glyphosate in parks and city property.
- Participated in the City’s Bloomberg Project submission (micro grid for public safety building).
- Created educational materials on recyclable and non-recyclable materials.
- Pursued Septic to Sewer funding sources.
Served on Planning & Zoning Board:
- Listened to and read all resident comments and requests.
- Requested earlier Notice to Residents.
- Requested electronic Notice to Residents.
- Opposed 7-story hotel, without on-site parking, on Miracle Mile.
- Required compliance with Zoning & ADA Codes.
- Required compliance with Parking Code and parking needs of neighborhoods that exceeded the Code.
- Requested wider sidewalks in new developments unobstructed with poles and benches.
- Requested greater set-backs on townhouses.
- Requested preservation of healthy specimen trees.
- Requested Open and Green Space in projects shaded with trees.
- Requested comprehensive traffic impact study with proportional financial contribution by developers for Crafts Section proposed zoning changes, rather than the standard one-project at a time approach that fails to capture the total traffic impact.
1 FAR (Floor area ratio) is the measurement of a building’s floor area in relation to the size of the lot/parcel that the building is located on. FAR is expressed as a decimal number, and is derived by dividing the total area of the building by the total area of the parcel of land.