Vision Board Ideas and Plans for Rickenbacker, Paradise Park and Library on Display at Tuesday’s Board Meeting | Vizcaya key


What will the future of Key Biscayne look like?

At Tuesday evening’s Village Council meeting, residents can get a glimpse of some of the ideas being proposed as Vision Board Chairman Mario Garcia-Serra unveils the results of a three-year effort by his staff, revealing changes that could be made, with resilience and preservation and/or enhancement of the beauty of the island in the foreground.

In addition, a revealing Rickenbacker Causeway concept plan that will eventually go to Miami City and Miami-Dade County leaders will be presented by Director of Construction, Zoning and Planning, Jeremy Calleros Gaugher.

Other items on the 6 p.m. agenda include resolutions to designate the location of Paradise Park as a brownfield reclamation site in agreement with Miami-Dade County, and approval of a site plan for the two-storey library to be built at 299 Crandon.

In addition to updates on the Scoot Safe program and building recertification progress, an ordinance will be introduced to update bicycle and golf cart parking regulations to further encourage the use of emission-free transport.

The meeting will be broadcast live on KB-TV.

If you are joining the meeting remotely and would like to speak, please dial one of the following Zoom numbers, (312) 626-6799 or (929) 205-6099 or (301) 715-8592, and enter the Zoom meeting: 231 627 8415, followed by #. Press # again. Please press *9 to “raise your hand”, which puts you in a queue to speak. When called, please press *6 to talk.


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