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PACE– Fighting for the Future of Carolina Beach. By Gwen Shaughnessy. What is PACE?. P reservation and A ccountability for our C oastal E nvironment Vehicle for the community to express concerns about the direction of the town Comprised of CB residents and business owners.

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Pace fighting for the future of carolina beach

PACE– Fighting for the Future of Carolina Beach

By

Gwen Shaughnessy


What is pace

What is PACE?

  • Preservation and Accountability for our Coastal Environment

  • Vehicle for the community to express concerns about the direction of the town

  • Comprised of CB residents and business owners


Mission statement

Mission Statement

  • Promote healthy sound economic growth that does not compromise the unique quality of being a small town, low-profile, low-density, family-oriented beach community


Current focus

Current Focus

  • Central Business District

  • Arcadia Complex

    • 13 structures total

    • Residential & commercial space

    • 96ft parking structure

Proposed Arcadia Complex


Project support

Project Support

  • Revitalize the Central Business District

  • Catalyst for redevelopment of the boardwalk area

  • Estimated $87.5 million economic impact over 10 year span


Project opposition

Project Opposition

  • Contradicts 1997 CAMA LUP

  • Negative impacts

    • Traffic

    • Sewage treatment

    • Stormwater runoff

    • Walling effect


What s next

What’s Next?

  • Town council approved project

  • Must apply for CAMA major permit from DCM

    • Setback requirements

    • Amendments to LUP

    • CRC certification


Questions

Questions?


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