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It has been some time since my last communication, and I want to keep in touch. REGARDING ONE NAPLES There has been little of interest to report specifically regarding the One Naples project.  The One Naples website has been revised to show the 12-story towers and continues to promote a “first class” development.  The site states: “We are...

First, let me thank you again for all the support that you have shown for the work of Save Vanderbilt Beach.  I have received dozens of emails since the Board of County Commissioners voted 4-1 to approve Stock’s plans as they were finally submitted.  The emails all expressed thanks and appreciation for what all of...

A message from Save Vanderbilt Beach:   A VICTORY FOR SAVE VANDERBILT BEACH…A GREAT LOSS FOR COLLIER COUNTY Last evening the Board of County Commissioners, with a vote of 4 – 1, the required super majority, voted to approve Stock Development’s requested change to the County’s Growth Management Plan and the Stock Development zoning request. By the time this...

Dear Commissioner Solis: I participated in the Zoom call you hosted on February 16, 2021 with representatives of many of the groups who oppose Stock’s One Naples project. I write to emphasize an additional, legal, argument that did not easily lend itself to discussion in the February 16 Zoom call. Stock’s proposal constitutes unlawful Spot Zoning....

Brian Stock of Stock Development continues to compare his OneNaples to Pelican Bay -- across the street -- but a world apart. These two developments just are not comparable. Here's why: The Pelican Bay towers, specifically the Ritz, Remington and Trieste, across the street from OneNaples are surrounded by acres and acres of 'green space,'...

2020: A SUCCESSFUL YEAR As we reflect on our work in 2020, we have much of which we can be proud. We have enlisted the support of neighborhood groups including the Pelican Bay Property Owners Association, the Naples Park Association, and the Vanderbilt Beach Residents Association, as well as the boards of several condominium associations. We successfully...

The Board of County Commissioners will meet in January to hear arguments for and against Stock’s plan for One Naples Development at the corner of Vanderbilt Beach Road and Gulf Shore Drive.  We intend to continue our unrelenting opposition and are encouraged by more and more individuals and organizations joining our efforts.  We have prepared...

An Executive Summary - Stock Development Company's One Naples High Rise Project Download a PDF Copy - Click Here The Stock Development’s One Naples high-rise project fundamentally disregards the Collier County Growth Management Plan (GMP) and Land Development Code which residents and neighborhoods rely on to protect their quality of life and home investment. For this reason,...


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