Moss-laden trees line Gap Creek, south of State Road 70 at 37th Avenue East, an area that has drawn the attention of residents concerned about a proposed new 158-unit development and its affects on traffic and the possible erosion of nearby canals. Manatee County commissioners approved the proposal at Thursday's Land Use meeting. 
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Moss-laden trees line Gap Creek, south of State Road 70 at 37th Avenue East, an area that has drawn the attention of residents concerned about a proposed new 158-unit development and its affects on traffic and the possible erosion of nearby canals. Manatee County commissioners approved the proposal at Thursday's Land Use meeting. GRANT JEFFERIES/Bradenton Herald gjefferies@bradenton.com
Moss-laden trees line Gap Creek, south of State Road 70 at 37th Avenue East, an area that has drawn the attention of residents concerned about a proposed new 158-unit development and its affects on traffic and the possible erosion of nearby canals. Manatee County commissioners approved the proposal at Thursday's Land Use meeting. GRANT JEFFERIES/Bradenton Herald gjefferies@bradenton.com

158-unit residential development coming to East Manatee

March 03, 2016 6:04 PM

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