Vilano Beach group seeks to halt development due to impact concerns

With the start of commercial development in Vilano Beach, some residents say it’s time for the St. Johns County government to delay growth to take a closer look at the impacts on traffic, infrastructure and other issues as it progresses. as the community expands.

Specifically, the North Beach Community Alliance has collected around 1,300 signatures for a petition to suspend development, said Breau Alexander, a member of the group.

Vilano Beach is just north of St. Augustine’s Cove, and the coastal community includes a downtown area south of the Vilano Bridge, residential areas, and several hotels – including a new 50-room Holiday Inn Express at the 150 Vilano Road and a 120-room Hyatt Place which, in August, was due to open in the fall at 117 Vilano Road.

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