How would you feel if your home or land became conservation on the Future Land Use Map? Think about it! 4 properties show up on the property appraiser’s GIS system with conservation and a sliver of our homestead is also crossed by the line. I feel the designation is an error and I intend to ask for a correction. I want to know who made the error and why the homesteaded properties were designated. The FLUM lines have no connection to ownership, topo lines or wetland lines. I was told the CoFB has no intention of addressing other errors and only intends to consider the current property with so much recent opposition, Amelia Bluff, on Citrona. Why would we not see a correction of all 4, 5 or “SEVENTY” properties with errors?
In looking at the GIS maps from the Nassau County Property Appraiser’s website, I see a number of properties with a potentially erroneous conservation designation on the Future Land Use map. It is, perhaps, worth asking a question. Why are “ALL ERRORS” not being voluntarily corrected? One property on this map may actually have a home crossed by a FLUM conservation designation line. Does this owner need to worry? I would like clarification and I want to know how this happened.
As enlarged as this map may be, I wouldn’t see the line potentially crossing a few feet of our back property line, without aid of the GIS system….hopefully accurate and “to scale”.
Below, you’ll see a piece of conservation FLUM, with Conservation designation, crossing the back of our property, “ONLY VISIBLE WITH AID OF MAGNIFICATION, GIS”. Reasonable? Not in my opinion!
On a whim, I enlarged a view of our land…..a lot! Same spot with arrow on the other image……
The last embedded video you see includes discussion at the March 13th PAB meeting related to as many as 140 properties with inconsistencies. My particular concern is in one PAB member’s comments related to an erroneous map ruling over the zoning and also, I have an issue with comments suggesting handling this privately….or out of the sunshine? See comments by Member Frank Santry at about the 6 minute mark.