Sunday, March 5, 2017

Photos of Site Proposed for Restaurant Depot and Waste Processing

This is the 4.5 acre site James Gabbert (TST Ventures) purchased and rezoned for his waste transfer station. It is being prepared for use, and sits at the corner of Porter Road and Palmer Blvd (Click on any photo to make it bigger):

4.5-acre Waste Transfer site at Palmer Blvd and Porter 3.5.17

Here is the adjacent 12.5-acre site just east of it that Gabbert wants to rezone as industrial for a Construction Waste Processing center. The white structure is the temporary fire station on the site where Restaurant Depot wants to rezone to industrial in order to operate a 60,000 s.f. wholesale store:

12.5 acres looking north at Fire Station on Palmer Blvd.

It would look like the one pictured below (see The Detail - Cathy Antunes)

Restaurant Depot 

Here is a shot of the Industrial Construction Waste Processing center that Gabbert built at 8001 Fruitville Road, then sold in 2005 for $35 million to WAC, which still operates it:

WAC Waste processing on Fruitville Rd.

Here is a photo of the Audubon Nature Center on North Palmer Blvd taken 3.5.17 from Celery Hill:

Here are more images of the WAC Waste Processing center on Fruitville:

Here is a photo of the West slope of Celery Hill, looking North:

And a shot of the Celery Fields wetlands on Palmer Blvd., which serve as a haven for endangered and threatened species:

Some of the more than 200 people joined a March 1, 2017 rally to oppose the plan to industrialize the lands next to the Celery Fields:

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