proposed monopole on chaires & far away farms road
The proposed project is the development a 195-foot, monopole communication antenna support structure. The proposed structure will be located on a 100-foot by 100-foot lease area within a 39+/- acre parent parcel, Parcel ID No. 1228200020000. The parent parcel is located within the Urban Fringe (UF) Zoning District and is also designated Urban Fringe on the Future Land Use Map of the Tallahassee-Leon County Comprehensive Plan. The parent parcel is developed with a single-family home and a mobile home and is classified as improved agriculture. The parent parcel is located outside the Urban Service Area and has existing access to Chaires Cross Road, a major collector roadway maintained by Leon County
fallschase & tallahassee/monticello trail
Fallschase residential continues to move along with clearing, roads, stormwater ponds and the installation of stormwater pipes. As many have likely seen from Acadian Blvd., trees are gone and Upper Lake Lafayette is now visible.
Fallschase is approved for 6 phases; the map below is an illustration of the phases. A townhall meeting held in late 2019 had a presentation that described the 6 phases with an approximate timeline. As a part of the residential development 81.5 acres was conserved in 2018 and another 30.2 acres has been conserved as of January 2021 (see map below).
A US 90 Multi-Use Trail Feasibility Study is underway by the Capital Region Transportation Planning Agency (CRTPA) to examine the feasibility of constructing a paved 10 to 12-foot multi-use trail along US 90 from Pedrick Road in Tallahassee to the Monticello Bike Trail in Monticello. The project is approximately 27 miles in length with the following project limits: Pedrick Road (Leon County) continuing eastwards to the Monticello Bike Trail in the City of Monticello (Jefferson County). A multi-use trail provides a paved, protected area for a variety of activities, including walking, cycling, running, and jogging that accommodates users of all ages.
PowerPoint Presentation (crtpa.org) [hover over presentation to access]
Fallschase/bla town hall meeting: Thursday 12.19.19
A number of people attended the Town Hall meeting at the Eastside Public Library this past Thursday. In the presentation (see below), a brief history of Fallschase, both commercial and residential was outlined, as well as future phases of the residential. Mr. Eddie Bass, representative for Fallschase, presented slides of the 81.5 acre conservation easement and various site plans of development, and answered questions regarding timing of the 5 development phases. Additionally, the DRAFT Fallschase Architectural Pattern book was discussed.