Bradenton Beach Scenic Highway Corridor Management Plan


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CORRIDOR MANAGEMENT ENTITY AGREEMENT 
 
THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into this the (number) day of (month), (year), by and 
between (Corridor Advocacy Group), hereinafter called the (CAG name), and (County), a political 
subdivision of the State of Florida, the (City), a municipal corporation of Florida, the (Regional 
Planning Council), an agency of the State of Florida, the (Metropolitan Planning Organization), a 
governmental entity corporate and politic, and (other governmental, political, or private organiza-
tions in partnership with the corridor), herein after collectively called the Member Entities. 
 
 FOR AND IN CONSIDERATION OF the mutual benefits and obligations hereunto pertain- 
ing, the CME and the Member Entities agrees as follows: 
 
1.  There is hereby created a Corridor Management Entity hereinafter called the 
“(CME name),” which shall initiate, coordinate and monitor plans, strategies programs 
and events set forth in the (Corridor Name) Corridor Management Plan. 
 
2.   Each Member Entity shall appoint one representative to serve on the CME except 
as follows: 
 
a.  The (CAG name) shall have two representatives. 
 
b.   The (County) shall have two representatives, a member of the County Commission 
  appointed by its chairman, and an employee of the County Planning staff ap- 
  pointed by the County Administrator. 
 
c.    The (City) shall have two representatives, a member of the City Council appointed 
  by the City Council, and an employee of the City Planning staff appointed by the 
 City Manager. 
 
The representative (s) of each Member entity shall serve at the pleasure of the representative 
appointing authority. Membership can be expanded or reduced by majority action of the existing 
CME members. 
 
3.   Each Member Entity shall provide technical advise in areas of planning, engineering, 
architecture, economics and environmental management, as may be appropriate to the 
Member Entity. 
 
4.   This Agreement is a continuing contract and program, however, Member Entities may 
 
seek to dissolve their participation in the CME with a (number) day written notice in 
 
advance of the termination to the remaining party(ies). The CME will terminate if no 
 
party remains legally active. 
 
5.   Partnerships: The CME will enter into formal partnership agreements to incorporate 
 
various participating partners in the CME in addition to those identified as parties to 
 
this agreement. Partnerships may be long term or activity specific in nature. 
 
6.   Bylaws: The CME will adopt bylaws that establish procedures for the organizations. 
 
SIGNATORIES: 
________________________________ 
(CME Members) 

Protection Policies & Techniques 
Corridor Management Plan 
Page  69 
P
ROTECTION 
P
OLICIES AND 
T
ECHNIQUES
 
 
The numerous local, state and federal regulations that apply to the road, buildings, and 
natural areas along the corridor serve as the main source of protection for the scenic 
highway.  The following section details the roles of the City of Bradenton Beach
Manatee County, the State of Florida and federal government in providing policies and 
programs for the scenic highway corridor.  In addition, protection techniques for both 
public and private lands are discussed.
 
 
Responsible Agencies 
 
City of Bradenton Beach 
 
The City of Bradenton 
Beach’s Comprehensive 
Plan was adopted in May 
1989 and provides objectives 
and policies that direct land 
use, conservation, transportation and recreation initiatives along the scenic highway 
corridor.  This document provides the foundation for the regulations that will protect the 
resources of the Bradenton Beach Scenic Highway. 
 
The Land Use Element of the Comprehensive Plan directs growth, maintains the City’s 
character and ensures that sufficient public facilities are provided to new and existing 
development.  In addition, the Element provides appropriate guidelines and review of 
development plans for residential and commercial properties.  
 
The Traffic Circulation Element of the Comprehensive Plan ensures that residents and 
visitors to the City can move about effectively and safely.  The Element identifies levels 
of service and projects future needs for the City’s transportation system.  The City also 
identifies the need to coordinate traffic plans with neighboring cities, the County and the 
State to ensure compatibility and adequate service. 
 
The Coastal and Conservation Element of the Comprehensive Plan provides objectives 
and policies that manage the natural resources of the City including issues such as water 
quality monitoring and conservation, dune preservation and restoration, beach 
renourishment, wetland preservation and mitigation, and natural hazard mitigation. 
 
The Recreation and Open Space Element of the City of Bradenton Beach Comprehensive 
Plan provides facility design guidelines, level of service standards, policies for universal 
access and pedestrian facilities, and operations and management.  The City maintains 
four neighborhood parks. 
 
The City’s land use code supplements the comprehensive plan by providing additional 
regulations for the development and management of public and private lands within the 
City.  The code specifically provides detailed information for regulation of signage, 

Protection Policies & Techniques 
Corridor Management Plan 
Page  70 
landscaping, architectural style and other issues that would directly affect the character 
and aesthetic nature of the Bradenton Beach Scenic Highway. 
 
Manatee County
 
 
Manatee County is responsible for providing numerous public 
services and facilities within the City of Bradenton Beach.  The 
various departments within the County ensure the protection of 
City resident’s health, safety and welfare by providing 
transportation, recreation, health and emergency services. 
 
There are over 100 acres of recreation and open space lands in the 
City, with the majority being public beaches.  The County 
maintains Coquina Beach Park, which consists of 96 acres of the City’s 100 acres of 
public lands.  The beaches are an amenity for residents as well as a major attractor for 
tourism.   
  
All of the beaches along Anna Maria Island have experienced erosion in recent years.  
The beaches in Bradenton Beach and Holmes Beach lost over 130,000 cubic yards of 
sand during an eleven-year period, 1974-1985, which included several major storm 
events.  The average shoreline recession was 11 feet annually.  To better manage this 
problem, the County has been working to implement an erosion control program for all of 
Anna Maria Island. 
 
Other responsibilities of the County Environmental Management Department include air 
and water quality monitoring programs, environmental inspection and enforcement 
programs, and the Leffis Key Habitat Restoration Project.  In addition, the County is 
responsible for hazardous waste, pollutant storage tanks and water well construction. 
 
Regarding resident services and safety, the City is responsible for emergency 
management, code enforcement, whereas the County is responsible for marine rescue and 
emergency communications to protect the community from disasters.  Furthermore, the 
County’s Community Services Department provides a variety of human services and 
transit services to County and City residents. 
 
State 
 
Florida Department of Transportation maintains 
State Road 789, otherwise known as Gulf Drive and 
the Bradenton Beach Scenic Highway.  The FDOT 
ensures the maintenance of appropriate levels of 
service and the provision of pedestrian facilities 
along the scenic highway.  In addition, the FDOT 
provides interpretive and wayfinding signage for 
public facilities. 
 

Protection Policies & Techniques 
Corridor Management Plan 
Page  71 
 
 
Anna Maria Island is surrounded by the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, 
Anna Maria Sound, Palma Sola Bay and Sarasota Bay, all of which are 
designated as Class II, Outstanding Florida Waters, as defined by 
Section 401 of the Clean Water Act.  The state water quality 
certification program includes water quality standards, developed by 
the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, that regulate the 
discharge of pollutants.  The Class II designation is for waters that classify for shellfish 
propagation or harvesting.  The City must avoid any development activities that would 
degrade the existing water quality and must initiate management and monitoring 
activities that preserve this designation. 
 
Southwest Florida Water Management District is responsible for permitting for water 
management activities for all of Southwest Florida.  It conducts permitting review in 
conjunction with the Army Corps of Engineers. 
 
Federal
  
 
Sarasota Bay is part of the National Estuary Program and is the first 
subtropical bay in the program.  As one of the major objectives of the 
Sarasota Bay National Estuary Program, the Comprehensive 
Conservation and Management Plan for Sarasota Bay was developed in 
1995.  The Plan provides specific actions to be implemented by 
Sarasota and Manatee Counties for improved Bay management, 
including strategies for issues such as wastewater treatment and reclamation, stormwater 
treatment and prevention, freshwater and saltwater wetlands protection, fisheries 
protection and enhancement, recreational use, monitoring activities and citizen 
involvement. 
Another federal protection effort concerns the 
National Park Service’s designation of Gulf 
Drive as part of the Gulf Coast Heritage Trail. 
The Gulf Coast Heritage Trail, which is a 150-mile trail system linking 117 ecological 
and cultural sites located in over a dozen local communities in Manatee and Sarasota 
Counties.  The purpose of the Heritage Trail is to promote environmental, cultural, and 
historical awareness of the Sarasota Bay, as well as, preserve community heritage 
elements and improve physical and visual conditions of the bay.   
 

Protection Policies & Techniques 
Corridor Management Plan 
Page  72 
Protection Techniques 
 
Education Initiatives
 
Educational initiatives include techniques that increase public awareness regarding the 
significance of natural and historical resources along the corridor, and address the need 
for appropriate regulations such as land use and zoning controls. 
 
Interpretive Brochure 
A brochure containing a detailed map of the corridor and areas of interest will be 
developed.  The map will allow residents and visitors to learn about the natural 
environment, the local culture, and historic events that have shaped the Bradenton Beach 
Scenic Highway corridor. 
 
Interpretive Signage 
Signage at some of the key natural and historical resource areas will highlight the 
interesting points of the area and raise public awareness of both residents and visitors.  
The signage will be consistent in style to maintain the theme and character of the City. 
 
Character Sketches and Design Guidelines 
The character sketches included in this document reflect the theme that should be 
promoted along the corridor with regards to signage, configuration of bicycle and 
pedestrian facilities, architectural style of buildings with frontage on the roadway, site 
furniture, landscaping and preservation of existing resources.  The character sketches 
should serve as a foundation for the development of guidelines that may be reviewed and 
implemented on a voluntary basis for new developments or the retrofit of existing 
structures.  Guidelines that may be developed by the City, with assistance from the 
Citizens Advisory Group, would include issues such as development of access points; 
screening and buffering of developments; building setbacks and placement; architecture; 
parking; lighting; signage; stormwater and utility infrastructure; and transportation and 
safety issues including pedestrians and bicycles. 
 
A design manual could foster greater cooperation between developers and regulators as 
well as stimulate creative design solutions.  The main objective of the design manual 
would be to provide alternatives for enhancing and beautifying the Bradenton Beach 
Scenic Highway.  The corridor design principles should include the following themes: 
 
•  Development in the “Old Florida” style 
•  Preservation/restoration minded 
•  Depicts the Bradenton Beach Story 
•  Safety minded 
 
Incentive Guidelines 
Tax abatements in the way of reduced property taxes have been widely used to encourage 
the preservation and enhancement of significant resources.  Other incentives include 

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Page  73 
financial assistance through grants and loans.  Many landowners will be willing 
participate in roadside conservation activities, such as planting trees or clearing nuisance 
vegetation. 
 
Designation 
The designation of a road as “Scenic Highway” is the official recognition of the 
significance of the intrinsic resources associated with the highway.  Designation provides 
the greatest protection of resources within scenic corridors when combined with strong 
land use and zoning regulation that require new development and other activities to be 
compatible with the character of the corridor.  
 
Land and Easement Acquisition 
The County and City can directly protect land by purchasing property in fee simple or 
acquiring the development rights through a conservation easement.  Land acquisition is 
the most permanent form of resource protection.  Conservation land can also be purchased 
and then leased back to the previous owner or other entity subject to certain restrictions 
for management and protection of natural, historic or scenic resources. 
 
Regulatory Protection Measures 
The main intent of the scenic highway designation is not regulatory, but rather to 
recognize the importance of the corridor’s resources and develop strategies to enhance 
and protect these resources.  However, there may be a need to initiate some regulatory 
protection techniques that are specifically aimed at protecting and managing the corridor.  
Some techniques that could be employed by the City include transfer of development 
rights, corridor overlay zones, and stricter land development codes for the lands along the 
corridor 

Relationship To Comprehensive Plan 
Corridor Management Plan 
Page 74 
R
ELATIONSHIP TO 
C
OMPREHENSIVE 
P
LAN
 
 
The City of Bradenton Beach, with assistance from the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council, has 
developed a Comprehensive Plan that was adopted on May 25, 1989.  In preparation of the eligibility 
application and corridor management plan for the Bradenton Beach Scenic Highway, the City’s 
Comprehensive Plan was thoroughly reviewed for a variety of issues including existing and future 
land use, planned transportation improvements, recreation and open space guidelines and natural 
resource protection regulations.  This Corridor Management Plan has been developed to be 
consistent with the approved growth management plan, and the goals, objectives and strategies 
contained in this plan are designed to assist the City and public in making planning and development 
decisions that may affect the scenic highway corridor.  A copy of relevant goals, objectives and 
policies from the City’s Comprehensive Plan are included as Appendix RP-A.  Upon approval of 
the Corridor Management Plan, the Scenic Highway Conceptual Master Plan, Corridor Vision and 
the Corridor Goals and Objectives will be incorporated into the City’s Comprehensive Plan. 
 
In addition to the City’s Comprehensive Plan, transportation planning for the City is also dictated by 
the Sarasota/Manatee Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO).  Annually, the MPO prepares a 
work program that describes the tasks for the upcoming year for every public mode of transportation 
or public facility.  A Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) is also prepared annually that 
specifically allocates the budgeted funds for various projects.  Both of these documents contain work 
tasks from the action plan presented in this Corridor Management Plan. 
 

Action Plan 
Corridor Management Plan 
Page 75
 
A
CTION 
P
LAN
 
 
The Action Plan for the Bradenton Beach Scenic Highway establishes a timeline for 
implementing the proposed improvements in the Conceptual Master Plan.  The Action 
Plan focuses on the immediate future (2000-2010) and is categorized into three sections: 
Corridor Improvements/Enhancements; Promotion and Community Participation; and 
Administration/Coordination.   The action items are arranged by year of proposed 
implementation as well as by priority of action. 
 
 Responsible 
Agency 
Funding/Partnership 
Opportunities 
Corridor Improvements
 
Short Term (0-5 years) 
Crosswalks (locations are 
programmed) 
City of Bradenton Beach, 
Florida Department of 
Transportation 
Transportation Equity Act - 21st 
Century, Public/Private Partnerships 
Gateways 
City of Bradenton Beach 
Florida Highway Beautification 
Council Grant Program, Donations, 
Fundraising, FDOT Landscaping 
Grant Program, Public/Private 
Partnership 
Wayfinding Program 
City of Bradenton Beach 
Scenic Byway Program, Donations, 
Fundraising, Public/Private 
Partnership 
Comprehensive parking study Manatee County, 
Manatee/Sarasota 
Metropolitan Planning 
Organization, City of 
Bradenton Beach, Florida 
Department of 
Transportation 
Agency Partnership 
Comprehensive drainage 
study 
Manatee County, 
Manatee/Sarasota 
Metropolitan Planning 
Organization, City of 
Bradenton Beach, Florida 
Department of 
Transportation 
Agency Partnership, Rural 
Community Water and Waste 
Disposal Loan and Grant Program 
Lifeguard towers 
Manatee County 
Public/Private Partnership, Scenic 
Byway Program, Fundraising 
Bicycle Lanes 
Florida Department of 
Transportation 
Transportation Equity Act - 21st 
Century, Highway Beautification 
Grants Program, Transportation 
Enhancement Program 
Bus stop shelters 
Manatee County, 
Manatee/Sarasota MPO 
Transportation Equity Act - 21st 
Century 
Beach Renourishment
 
City of Bradenton Beach
 
Congressional Appropriations
 

Action Plan 
Corridor Management Plan 
Page 76
 
 
 Responsible 
Agency 
Funding/Partnership 
Opportunities 
Corridor Improvements (cont’d)
 
Trolley Service 
Manatee County Board 
of County 
Commissioners, Island 
Transportation Planning 
Organization, Florida 
Department of 
Transportation, Manatee 
County Area Transit  
Transit Corridor Grant, Section 5307 
FTA Capital Funds, Federal Bus 
Replacement Funds, Florida State 
Procurement Program 
Restore Coquina Beach 
Manatee County Parks 
and Recreation 
Department 
County Capitol Improvement Program, 
Keep Manatee Beautiful,  
Public/Private Partnerships, Donations, 
Long Term (0-10 years) 
Sidewalks with landscaping 
and lighting 
City of Bradenton Beach, 
Florida Department of 
Transportation, 
Manatee/Sarasota MPO 
Transportation Equity Act - 21st 
Century, Florida Highway 
Beautification Council Grant Program, 
Florida Department of Transportation 
Landscaping Grant Program, 
Public/Private Partnership, Donations, 
Fundraising, Keep Manatee Beautiful 
Street End Facilities (shelter, 
parking, trash receptacle) 
City of Bradenton Beach  Transportation Equity Act - 21st 
Century, Public/Private Partnership 
Corridor landscaping 
City of Bradenton Beach, 
Local Businesses 
Transportation Equity Act - 21st 
Century, Florida Highway 
Beautification Council Grant Program, 
Scenic Byway Grant, Florida 
Department of Transportation 
Landscaping Grant Program 
Revegetation of public 
beaches with native 
vegetation/removal of exotic 
species 
Manatee County, City of 
Bradenton Beach, 
Southwest Florida Water 
Management District 
Florida Coastal Management Grants 
Program, Marine Resources Grants 
Program, Florida Beach Erosion 
Control Program, Water Management 
District Grants, Scenic Byway Grant, 
Keep Manatee Beautiful, Public/Private 
Partnership, Donations, Fundraising 
Improve beach groin for 
beach preservation and 
fishing recreation 
Manatee County, City of 
Bradenton Beach, 
Southwest Florida Water 
Management District 
Florida Coastal Management Grants 
Program, Artificial Fishing Reef 
Program, Beach Erosion Control 
Program, Florida Recreation 
Development Assistance Program, 
Keep Florida Beautiful, Keep Manatee 
Beautiful, Public/Private Partnership, 
Fundraising, Donations 

Action Plan 
Corridor Management Plan 
Page 77
 
 
 
Responsible 
Agency
 
Funding/Partnership 
Opportunities
 
Corridor Improvements (cont’d) 
Dune Walkover Construction  
Manatee County, City of 
Bradenton Beach,  
Florida Coastal Management Grants 
Program, Marine Resources Grants 
Program, Florida Beach Erosion 
Control Program, Water Management 
District Grants, Scenic Byway Grant, 
Keep Manatee Beautiful, Public/Private 
Partnership, Donations, Fundraising 
Open-air performing arts 
Pavilion 
City of Bradenton Beach, 
Manatee County 
Florida Recreation Development 
Assistance Program, Cultural Facilities 
Program, Public/Private Partnership, 
Donations, Fundraising 
Visitor Center 
City of Bradenton Beach, 
Manatee County 
Florida Recreation Development 
Assistance Program, Cultural Facilities 
Program, Public/Private Partnership, 
Donations, Fundraising 
Information Kiosks 
City of Bradenton Beach, 
Manatee County 
Florida Recreation Development 
Assistance Program, Cultural Facilities 
Program, Public/Private Partnership, 
Donations, Fundraising 
Environmental Education 
Center 
City of Bradenton Beach, 
Manatee County  
Florida Recreation Development 
Assistance Program, Science Museum 
Program, Florida Advisory Council on 
Environmental Education, 
Environmental Education Grants 
Program 
Promotional/Community Participation 
Printed brochure 
Anna Maria Island 
Chamber of Commerce, 
Corridor Management 
Entity, City of Bradenton 
Beach, local businesses  
Fundraising, Donations, Public/Private 
Partnership 
Update videotape promoting 
the Scenic Highway  
City of Bradenton Beach, 
Florida Department of 
Transportation 
Fundraising, Donations, Public/Private 
Partnership 
Internet/Web Page promoting 
the Scenic Highway  
City of Bradenton Beach, 
Manatee County, Anna 
Maria Island Chamber of 
Commerce 
Fundraising, Donations, Public/Private 
Partnership 
Visitor Center  
City of Bradenton Beach Fundraising, Donations, Public/Private 
Partnership 

Action Plan 
Corridor Management Plan 
Page 78
 
 
 
Responsible 
Agency
 
Funding/Partnership 
Opportunities
 
Promotional/Community Participation (cont’d) 
Festivals and Special Events   City of Bradenton Beach, 
County Library, Tingley 
Library, County Schools, 
Local Businesses, 
Service Groups, Anna 
Maria Chamber of 
Commerce 
Fundraising, Donations, Public/Private 
Partnership 
Administration/Coordination
 
Coordinate/Schedule 
Vegetation Management 
Manatee County, City of Bradenton Beach 
Initiate Comprehensive 
Parking Study 
Manatee/Sarasota MPO, Manatee County, City of Bradenton 
Beach 
Apply for funding for 
proposed improvements 
City of Bradenton Beach, Corridor Management Entity  
Review/Revise Corridor 
Management Plan 
City of Bradenton Beach, Corridor Management Entity  
Facilitate Traffic Flow Study  City of Bradenton Beach, Manatee County, Florida Department of 
Transportation 
 
 

 
Corridor Management Plan 
Appendix  
CP-A 
Listing of Bradenton Beach Scenic Highway Advocacy Group Meetings 
 
August 17, 1999 – City Commission Work Session creating Advocacy Group 
 
November 15, 1999  
 
November 16, 1999  
 
December 6, 1999  
 
January 18, 2000  
 
February 1, 2000  
 
February 14, 2000  
 
February 28, 2000 
 
March 13, 2000 
 
March 28, 2000 
 
April 3, 2000 – Public Forum 
 
April 10, 2000 
 
April 25, 2000 
 
May 15, 2000 
 
May 22, 2000 
 
June 12, 2000 

Bradenton Beach Scenic Highway 
Property Owner List 
 
Corridor Management Plan 
Appendix 
CP-B 
 
A & G CASA MARINA INC 
302 N DALE MABRY 
TAMPA, FL 33609 
 
 
ADAMS, LAWRENCE A 
P O BOX 201 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
ANNA MARIA INVESTMENTS INC 
2217 GULF DR N 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
ANNA MARIA LODGE NO 2188 
110 GULF DR S 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
BARTER, TIMOTHY C SR 
1918 MANATEE AVE E 
BRADENTON, FL 34208 
 
 
BEACH DEVELOPMENT INC 
P O BOX 400 
BRADENTON, FL 34206 
 
 
BENDERSKY, SEMION 
1105 GULF DR S 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
BERMUDA BAY DEVELOPMENT CO LTD 
P O BOX 277 
PALMETTO, FL 34220 
 
 
BLACKWOOD, LINDLEY S JR 
323 EMMETT ST 
BALLSTON SPA, NY 12020 
 
 
BRITT, JAMES O 
307 GULF DR N 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
BUDZINSKI, LYNNE J 
2303 GULF DR N 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
BULL, ARTHUR 
2518 GULF DR 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
CALTAGIRONE, MICHAEL A 
1302 E BUSCH BLVD 
TAMPA, FL 33612 
 
 
CATALINA OF ANNA MARIA L C 
1325 GULF DRIVE NORTH 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
CHIPAIN, THOMAS G 
1912 78TH ST NW 
BRADENTON, FL 34209 
 
 
CHOVAN, RONALD 
2233 THEODORE ST 
CREST HILL, IL 60435 
 
 

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CP-B 
 
CLENDENON, JAMES R 
11311 UPPER MANATEE RIVER RD 
BRADENTON, FL 34202 
 
 
COLWELL, FRANCES A 
1101 GULF DR S 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
COLWELL, RUTH J 
7811 S HAZELWOOD DR 
LINCOLN, NE 68510 
 
 
CONIGLIO, GEORGE 
9854 CONIGLIO DR 
THONOTOSASSA, FL 33592 
 
 
CONVENIENCE STORES PROPERTIES CORP 
P O BOX 52085 
PHOENIX, AZ 85072 
 
 
CORNETT, CURTIS JAMES 
305 GULF DRIVE NORTH 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
DAVIS, DAVID 
101 GULF DR N 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
DELUCA, ALDO 
231 FEDERAL ST 
ONTARIO 
STONEY CREEK,   
L8J1E4 CANADA 
 
DESSBERG, VICTOR R ET AL 
3535 JAFFA DR 
SARASOTA, FL 34239 
 
 
ELRA INC 
100 SPRING AVE 
ANNA MARIA, FL 34216 
 
 
EXCELLENT PROPERTIES L P 
118 TIGITSI LN 
LOUDON, TN 37774 
 
 
FAHY, CATHLEEN A 
56 E SHAWNEE TRAIL 
WHARTON, NJ 7885 
 
 
FINEOUT, MERRITT W 
543 KEY ROYALE DRIVE 
HOLMES BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
FITZGERALD, THOMAS J 
5213 PACIFIC AVE 
WILDWOOD, NJ 8260 
 
 
FOSTER, STEPHEN S 
P O BOX 10461 
BRADENTON, FL 34282 
 
 
G & G MOTEL ASSOCIATES INC 
1336 PRESERVATION WAY 
OLDSMAR, FL 34677 
 
 

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CP-B 
 
GARBUS, JOSEPH J 
1703 GULF DR 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
GARCIA, MARY FARMER 
450 67TH ST W 
BRADENTON, FL 34209 
 
 
GAZEBO RESTAURANT INC 
800 GULF DRIVE N 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
GLASGOW, L H 
1209 44TH AVE E 
BRADENTON, FL 34203 
 
 
GROSSMAN, JANE A 
209 PEACOCK LN 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
GULF FRONT BEACH L.C. 
P O BOX 182 
WINTER HAVEN, FL 33880 
 
 
HANDLEY, PATRICK T 
BOX 25002 SUITE 151 
BRADENTON, FL 34206 
 
 
HEADRICK, DAVID M 
2400 OLD SOUTH DR  #3521 
RICHMOND, TX 77469 
 
 
HENDRICKSON, DAVID T 
P O BOX 176 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
HERRMANN, DAVID A 
P O BOX 2423 
EVANSVILLE, IN 47728 
 
 
HICKEY, RICHARD J 
2855 TRINDAD WAY 
PALMETTO, FL 34221 
 
 
HOOK, MICHAEL 
1304 61ST STREET NW 
BRADENTON, FL 34209 
 
 
HOOK, RENAL B 
1604 GULF DR N 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
IMPERIAL HOUSE CONDO ASSO 
611 GULF DR A-21 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
INGRAM, REBA U 
4901 RIVERVIEW BLVD W 
BRADENTON, FL 34209 
 
 
ISELIN, DONALD GROTE 
2695 SYCAMORE CANYON RD 
SANTA BARBARA, CA 93108 
 
 

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J&D WESTCOAST VENTURES INC 
2201 GULF DR N 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
KALBERER, BARBARA L 
501 GULF DR S 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
KALBERER, GERALD A 
101 7TH ST S 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
KAROUNOS, DINO 
1055 PEPPERTREE DRIVE #803 
SARASOTA, FL 34242 
 
 
KAROUNOS, DINO 
107 GULF DR S 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
KELLY, H MICHAEL 
55 HAZELTON AVE 
TORONTO, ONTARIO,   
M5R 2E3 CANADA 
 
 
KER, KEVAN C 
2200 GULF DR N 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
KISSICK, ELIZABETH B 
601 GULF DR S #A 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
KOKOLIS, GEORGE MARINOS 
404 MAGNOLIA DR 
WILLIAMSBURG, VA 23185 
 
 
KUHLMAN, RICHARD E 
5000 TOWN CENTER SUITE 2806 
SOUTHFIELD, MI 48075 
 
 
LAMBERT, VIRGINIA J 
232 S HARBOR DR 
HOLMES BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
LANGE, FRANK R 
401 N MACARTHUR 
MT PROSPECT, IL 60056 
 
 
LAPOINTE, WILLIAM J 
1103 GULF DRIVE S 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
LATOZAS, LOUISE 
2207 43RD ST W 
BRADENTON, FL 34209 
 
 
LEACH, ALBERT K 
P O BOX 1700 
BRADENTON, FL 34206 
 
 
LEWIS, MARY ANN 
10902 AUTUMN OAK PLACE 
TAMPA, FL 33614 
 
 

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LOWMAN, WILLIAM W III 
502 71ST ST 
HOLMES BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
LUPER ENTERPRISES INC 
2235 SHADOW LAKES DRIVE 
SARASOTA, FL 34240 
 
 
MADISON, EARL 
P O BOX 301 
PALMETTO, FL 34220 
 
 
MAKAR, FAWZY AZIZ 
USAED-J BOX 105 
APO, AP 96338 
 
 
MALIBU BEACH L C 
110 S ARMENIA AVENUE 
TAMPA, FL 33609 
 
 
MANNINO, SALVATORE 
201 GULF DRIVE N 
HOLMES BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
MATHENY, JOHN E JR 
2311 A N GULF DRIVE 
BRADENTON BCH, FL 34217 
 
 
MERRIGAN, OLIVIA B 
P O BOX 376 
TERRA CEIA, FL 34250 
 
 
MILAZZO, PETE 
8620 21ST AVE NW 
BRADENTON, FL 34209 
 
 
MORA, MURIEL 
1610 GULF DR N 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
MOSES, DANNY 
504 71ST ST 
HOLMES BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
NUMAR CORPORATION 
2519 GULF DR N 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
O'HARA, HELEN 
308 GULF DR S #1 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
PARADIS, PAUL R 
1203 GULF DR S 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
PENTHOUSES AT GULF STREAM INC THE 
1501 GULF DRIVE N 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
PERRY, K RITA 
98 DWYER AVE 
LIBERTY, NY 12754 
 
 

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PETERSON, LINDA S 
116 S LAUBER WAY 
TAMPA, FL 33609 
 
 
RAPPAPORT, MICHAEL 
1511 SUGARWOOD CIRCLE 
WINTER PARK, FL 32792 
 
 
REEDY, ROBERT C 
303 GULF DR N A 
BRADENTON, FL 34217 
 
 
RODRIGUEZ, ARTHUR L 
1850 N CENTRAL AVE 
PHOENIX, AZ 85004 
 
 
ROGERS, JERRY R 
P O BOX 346 
BRADENTON, FL 34206 
 
 
SAND AND SEA CORPORATION 
93 MARTIN RD 
LIVINGSTON, NJ 7039 
 
 
SAND PEBBLE INC 
2218 GULF DR N 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
SAXE, G EDWARD 
P O BOX 3580 
YORK, PA 17402 
 
 
SCHEPPELMAN, DONALD D 
429 S MEAD 
FLINT, MI 48503 
 
 
SCOTT, HELEN C 
2210 47TH AVENUE DR W #A 
BRADENTON, FL 34207 
 
 
SHEARON, WILLIAM T 
P O BOX 728 
WOODSTOCK, IL 60098 
 
 
SILVER SURF MOTEL INC 
1301 GULF DR N 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
SINCLAIR, GEORGE A JR 
2512 GULF DR N 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
SIROVY, CHARLES 
5708 HOLMES BLVD 
HOLMES BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
SMUGGLERS COVE BEACH RESORT 
1501 GULF DR N 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
SPALLINO, JOSEPH D 
219 GULF DR S 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 

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STAHLEY, DORIS EST OF 
401 GULF DR N 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
STORK, FRANKLIN L III 
P O BOX 159 
CORTEZ, FL 34215 
 
 
THOMPSON, JAN D 
301 N GULF DR N 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
TIMESHARE VACATIONS INC 
2408 GULF DR 
HOLMES BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
TRADEWINDS OF ANNA MARIA LC 
2746 DELAWARE AVE 
KENMORE, NY 14217 
 
 
TROPIC ISLE 
101 22ND ST N 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
TROPIC ISLE 
2103 GULF DR N 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
TWO SAILORS CORPORATION 
4000 GULF OF MEXICO DR 
LONGBOAT KEY, FL 34228 
 
 
UADA CORPORATION 
1101 NORTH GULF DRIVE 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
USHER, DONALD R 
807 GULF DRIVE S 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
VILDOSTEGUI, ROLAND 
2516 GULF DR 
BRADENTON BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
VINHAGE, MICHAEL 
602 HAMPSHIRE LN 
HOLMES BEACH, FL 34217 
 
 
VORBECK, MICK 
P O BOX 280 
ELLENTON, FL 34222 
 
 
WALLENSTEIN, LAURENCE 
2313 GULF DR N 
BRADENTON, FL 34217 
 
 
WHEELER, RICHARD & SHELLY 
850 59TH AVE 
ST PETERSBURG BEACH, FL 33706 
 
 
WILLIAMS, HENRY G 
7914 9TH AVE S 
SAINT PETERSBURG, FL 33707 
 
 

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WILLIAMS, ROBERT L 
4903 SOUTH GACHET BLVD 
LAKELAND, FL 33813 
 
 
ZIEGLER, ROBERT P 
1028 ST ANDREWS PLACE 
NASHVILLE, TN 37204 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
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Relevant Goals, Objectives and Policies from Bradenton Beach’s 
Comprehensive Plan 
 
Future Land Use  
 
Redevelopment (Section 9J-5.006(2)(d)) 
 
In lieu of redevelopment, the City has indicated that the community interests and 
character might be better served by the revitalization or rehabilitation of existing 
residential units. The use of this type of program would ensure that the existing 
residential character and atmosphere of the City is maintained.  
 
A second area that local officials consider a candidate for rehabilitation is Bridge Street 
commercial district. In order to encourage the rehabilitation or revitalization of the area 
as well as eliminate the incompatible nature of many existing uses, the City should 
consider the use of mixed use land use category, such as Residential/Office/Retail and 
amend the land development regulations accordingly.   
 
GOAL 1 
 
THE CITY SHALL ENSURE THAT THE RESIDENTIAL/FAMILY CHARACTER OF 
THE CITY OF BRADENTON BEACH IS MAINTAINED AND PROTECTED WHILE 
MAXIMIZING THE POTENTIAL FOR ECONOMIC BENEFIT RESULTING FROM 
THE TOURIST TRADE AND THE ENJOYMENT OF NATURAL AND MAN-MADE 
RESOURCES BY CITIZENS AND VISITORS ALIKE, AND MINIMIZING THE 
THREAT TO HEALTH, SAFETY, AND WELFARE POSED BY HAZARDS, 
NUISANCES, INCOMPATIBLE LAND USES, AND ENVIRONMENTAL 
DEGRADATION. 
 
Policy 1.1.7 
 
Residential land uses shall be encouraged in a manner which is compatible with the type 
and scale of surrounding land uses.  
 
Policy 1.3.2 
 
In order to ensure the continued maintenance of its beach and residential character, the 
City shall encourage opportunities for the rehabilitation and/or revitalization of existing 
residential structures. 
 
Policy 1.5.1 
 
Unique and/or irreplaceable natural resources shall be protected from the adverse effects 
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Policy 1.5.6 
 
The clearing of wetland vegetation shall be prohibited. 
 
Policy 1.5.8 
 
Coastal vegetative communities, coastal wildlife habitats, and dune systems shall be 
protected from the adverse effects of development.  
 
Policy 1.9.1 
 
The City shall develop innovative techniques aimed at preserving the access to and view 
of the beach and other recreational facilities by all residents of and visitors to this 
community. 
 
Policy 1.9.3 
 
The City shall work with Manatee County and other appropriate governmental agencies 
to ensure and maintain public beach access. 
 
Policy 1.9.4 
 
The City shall install signs at appropriate locations identifying access points to the Gulf 
of Mexico. 
 
Policy 1.10.3 
 
Recognizing the impacts of development extend beyond the limits of the community, the 
City shall ensure that development orders or permits are consistent with the objectives of 
the Southwest Florida Water Management District, the Tampa Bay Regional Planning 
Council, and state and federal agencies.  
 
Objective 1.11 
 
When found to exist within the community, development activities shall ensure the 
protection of historic resources. 
 
Policy 1.11.1 
 
When found to exist within the community, the City shall ensure that historic and 
architecturally significant resources are protected either through their designation as 
historic sites by the Federal Government, State of Florida or Manatee County and/or by a 
locally adopted historic preservation ordinance. 
 
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Once identified to exist within the community, the land development regulations shall be 
amended to include incentives for the protection and/or adaptive reuse of historic or 
architecturally significant structures. 
 
GOAL 2 
 
THE PROMOTING OF SOUND COASTAL MANAGEMENT SHALL BE 
ENCOURAGED TO ENSURE THAT MAXIMUM LONG-TERM BENEFITS ARE 
ATTAINED IN THE USE OF THE COASTAL ZONE BY THE RESIDENTS OF AND 
VISTORS TO THE CITY OF BRADENTON BEACH. 
 
Policy 2.1.2 
 
All development and other activities which disturb the coastal dune system shall be 
prohibited. 
 
Policy 2.1.3 
 
A program shall be established for the restoration and maintenance of the coastal dune 
system.  
 
Policy 4.1.2 
 
The City shall adopt land development regulations that contain specific and detailed 
provisions required to implement this Comprehensive Plan, which, at a minimum shall: 
 
•  Regulate the subdivision of land; 
•  Protect the limited amount of marine wetlands remaining in the community and those 
lands designated as Preservation or Conservation on the Future Land Use Map and in the 
Coastal and Conservation Element; 
•  Regulate signage; 
•  Ensure that all development is consistent with Federal Flood Insurance regulations; 
 
Policy 2.1.4 
 
Sensitive coastal resources shall be protected from immediate and future degradation and 
erosion resulting form improper development practices and recreation misuse. 
 
Policy 2.1.5 
 
Beach stabilization projects, preferably utilizing vegetation as the stabilizing medium, 
shall be incorporated into development plans, where appropriate. 
 
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GOAL 1 
 
A SAFE, CONVENIENT AND EFFICIENT MOTORIZED AND NON-MOTORIZED 
TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM SHALL BE AVAILABLE FOR ALL RESIDENTS 
AND VISITORS TO THE CITY. 
 
Policy 1.3.2 
 
The City shall provide bicycle and pedestrian walkways for connecting residential areas 
to recreation areas, school, shopping areas, and transit terminal areas as appropriate. 
 
Policy 1.3.3 
 
Guidelines shall be established for the provision of bicycle storage areas at shopping and 
recreational areas. 
 
Policy 1.3.4 
 
Through the City’s annual operating budget, the City shall provide crosswalks and 
sidewalks on roadways of high pedestrian usage, as determined by the City. 
 
Objective 1.4 
 
As an ongoing objective, the City’s traffic circulation system shall emphasize safety and 
aesthetics. 
 
Policy 1.4.1 
 
The City shall encourage the maintenance and landscaping of the existing roadway 
system.  
 
Policy 1.4.2 
 
The City shall enforce the signage requirements along roadways in its land development 
regulations. 
 
Housing 
 
Objective 1.6 
 
The City shall preserve and protect historically and architecturally significant housing 
with the effective date of the adoption of this Local Comprehensive Plan as it is 
identified. 
 
Policy 1.6.1 
 

 
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The City shall assist property owners of historically and architecturally significant 
housing in applying for and utilizing state and federal assistance programs. 
 
Policy 1.6.2 
 
The City shall assist the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of historically and 
architecturally significant housing through technical assistance and economic assistance 
programs. 
 
Infrastructure 
 
Policy 2.1.1 
 
At a minimum, the land development regulations shall incorporate the following 
management techniques as part of the interim drainage plan: 
 
•  The monitoring, inspection, and maintenance of all existing and future stormwater 
facilities. 
•  No more than 40 percent of residential lots and 70 percent of commercial lots be covered 
by impervious surface. 
•  Use of front, rear and side lot line swales in new development. 
•  Use of erosion and runoff control devices during construction. 
•  In low areas of Bradenton Beach frequently inundated by stormwater flooding, the City 
shall consider construction of drainage retention areas in the public right-of-way. 
•  Where necessary, the City shall consider construction of drainage retention areas in the 
public right-of-way and the use of eminent domain condemnation to acquire property for 
drainage retention purposes.  
•  The replacement material for failed or damaged existing concrete seawall shall be rip-rap 
or planting of native marine vegetation, e.g.: mangroves and marsh grass. 
•  Where existing waterways are not sea-walled native marine vegetation shall be used for 
shoreline stabilization where technically feasible. 
 
Objective 2.2 
 
By 1992, the City of Bradenton Beach, in conjunction with FDOT and Manatee County 
shall participate in the design and development of an Island-wide master drainage plan. 
 
Policy 2.2.1 
 
The master drainage plan for Anna Maria Island shall at a minimum address the following: 
 
•  The City shall cooperate with SWFWMD to identify those areas recharge to the surficial 
aquifer located within the community. If found to exist, the City, in cooperation with 
SWFWMD, shall incorporate the appropriate protection measures into its land 
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•  An inventory and evaluation of those areas which currently have flooding problems. 
•  A hydrological survey of Anna Maria island showing the natural and man-made systems.  
•  The analysis of stormwater outfalls for filtering suitability. 
•  A water quality analysis of stormwater runoff and its impact on receiving water bodies 
and groundwater. 
•  A list of recommended corrective measures and the projected implementation cost. Such 
costs should be proportionally shared by the Cities of Anna Maria, Holmes Beach, 
Bradenton Beach and where appropriate, Manatee County and the State of Florida. 
•  The master plan shall meet the drainage requirements of the 25-year frequency, 24-hour 
duration storm event. Post development runoff shall not exceed pre-development 
drainage rates. 
 
Coastal and Conservation 
 
GOAL 1 
 
TO ENSURE THE HIGHEST ENVIRONMEMTAL QUALITY POSSIBLE, THE CITY 
OF BRADENTON BEACH SHALL CONSERVE, PROTECT AND 
APPROPRIATELY MANAGE THE NATURAL RESOURCES (AQUATIC, 
WETLAND, TERRESTRIAL). 
 
Policy 1.1.2 
 
The City shall through the planting of wetland vegetation, mitigate adverse impacts 
resulting from prior alteration of natural hydrologic and circulation patterns in surface 
and groundwater (e.g., finger canals, causeways). 
 
Objective 1.3 
 
As an ongoing objective, the City shall conserve or improve wetlands, aquatic resources, 
and wildlife population and habitat to maintain their environmental, economic, and 
recreational value. 
 
Policy 1.3.1 
 
The City’s existing wetlands shall be conserved and protected from physical and 
hydrological alterations. 
 
Policy 1.3.2 
 
All existing marine wetlands shall be designated conservation land as set forth on the 
Marine Resource map. 
 
Objective 1.4 
 

 
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The City shall conserve, appropriately use and protect native vegetation. 
 
Policy 1.4.2 
 
By 1991, native vegetation shall receive priority to meet the landscaping requirements of 
land development regulations. 
 
Policy 1.4.3 
 
Early development regulations shall encourage shorelines lacking wetland vegetation to 
be planted with native wetland vegetation in order to minimize potential flood damage, 
stabilize the shoreline and trap sediments and other non0point source pollutants, and 
provide additional habitat for fish and wildlife. 
 
Policy1.4.4 
 
By 1990, land development regulations shall encourage the removal of exotic species 
such as punk tree (Melaleuca sp.), Australian pine (Casuarina sp.) and Brazilian pepper 
(Schinus sp.). 
 
Objective 1.6 
 
Anna Maria Sound and Sarasota Bay shall maintain its Outstanding Florida Waters 
Designation. 
 
Objective 1.7 
 
The city of Bradenton beach shall protect and restore its beaches, dunes and natural 
system and establish construction standards, which minimize the impacts of man-made 
structures on these systems. 
 
Policy 1.7.2 
 
Where existing waterways are not seawalled, native marine vegetation shall be used for 
shoreline stabilization where technically feasible. 
 
Policy 1.7.7 
 
By 1990, the City of Bradenton Beach shall develop a plan for improving existing and 
acquiring additional beach access.  The plan shall include the following: 
 
•  Acquisition and improvement of dune cross-over structures; 
•  Acquisition and improvement of parking facilities; and 
•  Access shall be consistent with the standards included in the Recreation and Open Space 
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Policy 1.10.6 
 
The City shall cooperate with the environmental Protection Agency in implementing the 
final recommendations of the Management Initiative for Sarasota Bay that recommends 
priority corrective actions and compliance schedules addressing point and nonpoint 
sources of pollution to restore and maintain the chemical, physical and biological 
integrity of Sarasota Bay, including restoration and maintenance of water quality, a 
balanced indigenous population of shellfish, fish and wildlife and recreational activities 
in the Bay, and assure that the designated use of the bay is protected, as applicable to the 
City. 
 
Recreation and Open Space 
 
GOAL 1 
 
THE CITY SHALL ENSURE THE PROVISIONS, PROTECTION, AND 
MAINTEANCE OF A COORDINATED, EFFICIENT AND ACCESSIBLE SYSTEM 
OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE RECREATIONAL PARKS AND FACILITIES, 
INCLUDING OPEN SPACE, WHICH SHALL MEET THE NEEDS OF THE 
CURRENT AND FUTURE RESIDENTS, VISITORS, AND TOURISTS.  
 
Policy 1.1.8 
 
By 1995, the City shall conduct a feasibility study to construct a promenade from 
Coquina Beach to the City Pier along the soundfront. 
 
Policy 1.4.2 
 
As of the effective date of this plan, parking facilities for the handicapped and cyclists 
shall be provided at parks and other recreational facilities. 
 
Policy 1.4.3 
 
Existing public access to recreation sites, including public shoreline and estuarine 
beaches, shall be maintained. Any new access shall be designed in a manner which 
protects the integrity of natural features, including dune walk covers and dune stability. 
 
Policy 1.5.6 
 
The City shall establish a recreational trust fund to which individuals can be encouraged 
to donate monies, gifts, or properties for the sole purpose of recreational development.  
 
Intergovernmental Coordination 
 
Policy 1.1.1 

 
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The City shall establish, in concert with Anna Maria, Holmes Beach and Manatee 
County, an Intergovernmental Coordination Committee (ICC), with representatives from 
each jurisdiction, that will serve as a forum to identify and discuss issues related to plan 
implementation, development and funding which affect Anna Maria Island such as land 
use, transportation, coastal management, drainage, conservation and open space planning 
functions.  

 
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Sign Inventory 
 
Bradenton Beach, SR 789, Sign Inventory, (State, County, City Signs only) 
Note:  Signs inventoried traveling north to south, signs are located on the right side of the 
roadway. 
 
Date inventoried: 3/3/00 
 
MILEPOST SIGN 
DESCRIPTION 
 
 
7.908 – Beginning milepost for 
State Section Number 13080 
 
 
 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 
Speed Limit 35 
 
Notice-No launching on Beach 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 
Manatee County Area Transit 
6.937  
 
Speed Limit 35 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 Pedestrian 
Crossing 
 Pedestrian 
Crossing 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 
Manatee County Area Transit 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 
Speed Limit 35 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 US 
41/SR684 
 
Welcome to Bradenton Beach 
 
Dead End Sign 
 Longboat 
Key/Sarasota 
 SR 
789 
 
Adopt A Highway 
 
Speed Limit 25 
 Yield 
 Fire 
Truck 
 Pedestrian 
Crossing 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 

 
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MILEPOST SIGN 
DESCRIPTION 
 
 
6.937 - continued 
 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 
Speed Limit 25 
 Beach 
Access 
 Beach 
Regulation 
 
Cortez Beach Kiosk 
 
No Lifeguard on Duty 
 Beach 
Access 
 Beach 
Regulations 
 
Speed Limit 35 
 Beach 
Regulations 
 Pedestrian 
Crossing 
 
Parking by Disabled Permit Only (6) 
 Beach 
Regulations 
 Curve 
Sign 
 Beach 
Access 
 Beach 
Regulations 
 
No Alcohol Allowed/Beach Closes at 10:00 p.m. 
 
 
5.9  
 Beach 
Access 
 Beach 
Regulations 
 Beach 
Regulations 
 
Cortez Beach Kiosk 
 Pedestrian 
Crossing 
 Stand 

 Tow 
Away 
 
No Parking  
 No 
Alcohol 
 
No Parking Here 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 
Speed Limit 45 
 
Begin Center Turn Lane 
 
No Alcoholic Beverages/Beach Closes at 10 p.m. 
 No 
Parking 
 
Manatee County Buses Only 
 Stand 

 
No Parking Manatee County Buses Only 
 
Coquina Park Regulations 
 
Park and Beach Regulations 

 
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No Pets or Alcoholic Beverages 
MILEPOST SIGN 
DESCRIPTION 
 
 
5.9 - continued 
 
 Stop 
 Stand 

 
End Center Turn Lane 
 Coquina 
Beach 
 (Directional) 
 Stand 

 
Wildlife Viewing Area 
 Pedestrian 
Crossing 
 
Coquina Park Regulations 
 
Stand 5  
 
Center Turn Lane Only 
 Stand 

 
End Center Turn Lane 
 
Draw Bridge Ahead 
 Coquina 
Regulations 
 
Speed Limit 45 
 
End Section 13080 at milepost 4.9 at Longboat Pass Bridge. 
 

 
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Bradenton Beach, SR 789, Sign Inventory, (State, County, City Signs only) 
Note:  Signs inventoried traveling south to north, signs are located on the right side of the 
roadway. 
 
Date inventoried: 3/3/00 
 
MILEPOST SIGN 
DESCRIPTION 
 
 
4.950 – Beginning milepost for 
State Section Number 13080 at the 
end of Longboat Pass Bridge 
 
 
Welcome to Bradenton Beach 
 
Notice: Launching Motor Craft on Beach 
Prohibited 
 
Begin Center Turn Lane 
 Stand 
12 
 
End Center Turn Lane 
 
Speed Limit 45 
 Median 
Ends 
 Coquina 
Beach 
(Directional) 
 Coquina 
Baywalk 
 
Center Turn Lane Only 
 Stand 
14 
 Stand 
15 
 
Coquina Park Regulations 
 Curve 
Sign 
 Stand 
16 
 
Litter Law Sign 
 
End Center Turn Lane 
 
Speed Limit 35 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 
 
5.9 
 
 Dead 
End 
 Dead 
End 
 Dead 
End 
 
Speed Limit 25 
 
Dead End  
 Dead 
End 
 Pedestrian 
Crossing 

 
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DESCRIPTION 
 
 
5.9 - continued 
 
 
Manatee County Area Transit 
 Dead 
End 
 Circle 
Ahead 
 Bike 
Route 
 
Yield Ahead (warning) 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 
-O- Bridge Street Truck Route 
 
SR 789 North 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 Pedestrian 
Crossing 
 Yield 
 
Historic Bridge Street (Center of Round-a-bout) 
 No 
Trucks 
 Fire 
Truck 
 Hurricane 
Evacuation 
 
Manatee County Area Transit 
 JCT 
684 
 Chamber 
of 
Commerce 
 East 
684 
 Cortez 
 Hurricane 
Evacuation 
 
SR 684/to US 41 
 SR 
789 
 
Adopt A Highway 
 
Speed Limit 35 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 
Manatee County Area Transit 
 Pedestrian 
Crossing 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 Dead 
End 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 Bike 
Route 
 
 
6.9 
 
 
Manatee County Area Transit 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 
No Parking on Sidewalk 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 
Manatee County Area Transit 
 Curve 

 
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MILEPOST SIGN 
DESCRIPTION 
 
 
6.9 - continued 
 
 
Speed Limit 25 
 Bike 
Route 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 Bike 
Route 
 
 Curve 
 
 Speed 
Limit 
 
No Thru Trucks 
 Bump 
Ahead 
 Curve 
Reflective 
Markers 
 Hurricane 
Evacuation 
 Pedestrian 
Crossing 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 
Manatee County Area Transit 
 
No Parking on Right of Way 
 Pedestrian 
Crossing 
 
Speed Limit 35 
 
No Parking on Right of Way  
 
Manatee County Area Transit 
 Pedestrian 
Crossing 
 Bike 
Route 
 
 
Bike Lane Ahead 
End Section 13080 at milepost 7.9- City Limit. 
 

Document Outline

  • 0-Intro-TOC
  • 1-Corridor Story
  • 2-Opportunities and Constraints5
  • 3-Corridor Vision
  • 4-Goals, objectives strategies
  • 5-Community Participation Program
  • 6-Conceptual Master Plan
  • 7-Funding and Promotion
  • 8-CORRIDOR MANAGEMENT ENTITY AGREEMENT
  • 9-Protection Policies and Techniques
  • 10-Relationship to Comprehensive Plan
  • 11-Action Plan
  • 12-Appendix


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