Just over 200 acres to the west of Bill Evers Reservoir in east Manatee County is slated to be sold for $12 million for a new housing development. The developer is requesting a 60-day extension as Taylor Morrison and the city work through right-of-way issues.
Just over 200 acres to the west of Bill Evers Reservoir in east Manatee County is slated to be sold for $12 million for a new housing development. The developer is requesting a 60-day extension as Taylor Morrison and the city work through right-of-way issues. Grant Jefferies Bradenton Herald file photo
Just over 200 acres to the west of Bill Evers Reservoir in east Manatee County is slated to be sold for $12 million for a new housing development. The developer is requesting a 60-day extension as Taylor Morrison and the city work through right-of-way issues. Grant Jefferies Bradenton Herald file photo

Evers Reservoir $12 million land deal delayed another 60 days

September 07, 2016 05:47 PM

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