Laura Layden | Naples Daily News
Collier County commissioners have approved another rural village with thousands of homes.
With two new faces on its board, the commission voted unanimously Tuesday in favor of the project, known as Brightshore.
County staff and the county’s Planning Commission both recommended approval.
The vote by county commissioners came swiftly after the developer agreed to offer another $50,000 to help address neighborhood concerns about traffic and access on Immokalee Road.
The village is planned north of Immokalee Road on roughly 681 acres, near Red Hawk Lane, a few miles east of the Audubon Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary.
Along with approving the village, the commission agreed to the creation of a community development district and accepted two developer agreements to provide land for future road improvements on Immokalee Road and to supply water and wastewater services within the development.
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