‘Everything has to be brought down:’ Orange County families raise wildlife concerns over new development
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – Families living in a neighborhood south of Orlando are voicing concerns after learning about plans for a development that could destroy wildlife habitats near their homes. This week, residents near the intersection of Hall Lane and Lake Jessamine Drive received a public hearing notice from Orange County’s Board of Zoning Adjustment. According to Orange County, the variance is for a multi-family development, however, neighbors said they were unaware of any plans until the recent notice. “We don’t know if that’s going to stop it. AdSeveral people who live in the neighborhood said they were planning to attend the public hearing, which is April 1 at 10 a.m. at the Orange County Administration Building.