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Coral Bay Council Eyes Environmental Development

Oct. 1, 2004 – The Coral Bay Community Council will learn ways to design roads and organize developments to protect the environment at its Oct. 11 meeting, president Sharon Coldren said Friday.
The meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. at the John's Folly Learning Institute.
The group has invited St. Thomas surveyor Harry A. Gauriloff to the meeting to talk about this topic.
Gauriloff is in the midst of designing a road through a steep 160-acre parcel in Estate Carolina owned by the Florence Marsh estate. The parcel is already divided in to 15 parcels of five to 23 acres and will be further subdivided.
"We want to start a public discussion so it can be applied to other places," Coldren said.
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