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Council to Discuss Redevelopment Project’s Arts Center Site Plan

The Arts & Education Center will be located across from the gazebo and park in the downtown redevelopment area.

Months after approving a conceptual floor plan for the city’s future Arts & Education Center, the Temple Terrace City Council is scheduled to consider approval of the building’s preliminary site plan at their meeting Tuesday.

Brad Parrish, the city’s senior planner, will present the topic, according to the meeting agenda.

What’s the difference between a floor plan and a site plan? A floor plan is a bird’s eye view of each level of a building’s rooms and other physical features. A site plan is a bird’s eye view of the entire property that outlines the building, landscape, parking lots and other detailed aspects of the location.

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According to the agenda, the council is also scheduled give final approval to the voluntary annexation of approximately 6.7 acres at 8751 Maislin Drive in the U.S. 301 Industrial Area. The council gave initial approval to the measure at its Feb. 5 meeting. Council members will take public comment Tuesday before they vote.

The full meeting agenda can be found on the City of Temple Terrace website.

The Temple Terrace City Council meeting will begin at 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall. It will be televised live on Verizon Channel 39 and Bright House Channel 950 and rebroadcast on Mondays and Thursdays at 7 p.m. and Wednesdays and Fridays at 2 p.m.

See also:

  • City to ‘Step Up’ Communication with Developer Vlass
  • Council to Consider Annexing Maislin Drive Property
JS February 19, 2013 at 01:55 PM
Talk Talk Talk, how about Build Build Build. We have not heard a word from the council or the city if Vlass is even going to go forward. They said they would NOT without the apartments. Whats the deal?

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