Concerned Citizens of South Dade "CCOSD" is a neighborhood advocacy group established in 2019 by neighbors and friends in the South Dade Park neighborhood. The group formed in response to an intrusion of inconsistent development patterns into single-family residential districts west of Old Dixie Highway.
Over the past couple of years, the South Dade area has seen an explosion in multifamily, high density development along US-1 and the Busway. Unfortunately, this one size fits all approach from Miami-Dade County to increase density, intensity and height along the US-1 corridor, from Dadeland to Florida City did not take into account each of the unique existing residential communities abutting the corridor.
Today, we find ourselves defending our neighborhoods from the onslaught of inconsistent development and rezoning request that will adversely impact the character and the quality of life of several established single-family neighborhoods.
Mission Statement – Advocating for quality of life issues and for the preservation and protection of our neighborhoods from incompatible development.
"Your Silence Gives Consent" - Plato
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A Public Hearing has been scheduled before the Board of County Commissioners to hear a request from developers to amend the Comprehensive Development Master Plan “CDMP” and to expand the Urban Development Boundary “UDB” for approximately 800 acres of agricultural land located at the junction of SW 112 Avenue from SW 268 ST to the Florida Turnpike.
Application No. CDMP 202100089 (South Dade Logistics & Technology District)
Requests click link below:
WHEN: Thursday, September 9,2021 @ 9:30am
WHERE: County Hall
111 NW 1st Street
Miami, FL 33132