PORT CHARLOTTE — When County Commissioner Joe Tiseo spoke Thursday to a crowd with strong objections to a possible multifamily development in their Parkside neighborhood, he sought to find common ground.
The recent rezoning of the Gilbralter Drive property allows up to 94 multifamily units on a 6.3-acre site now occupied by the county Family Services Center, which also houses the local Boys & Girls Clubs headquarters and activities. However, the ill-suited building was slated for a major remodeling and new addition in order to continue to provide community programs and services offered by a host of nonprofit agencies.
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