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Dollar General store coming to Samsula?

The County of Volusia’s Development Review Committee will be discussing plans for a new Dollar General store near the State Road 44 and SR 415 (Tomoka Farms Road) intersection in the Samsula/New Smyrna Beach area on November 15, 2017 at 9:00am.

Two items are on the DRC agenda for the proposed aforementioned development (https://www.volusia.org/core/fileparse.php/5888/urlt/111517StaffReviewAgenda.pdf)

The first being an overall development plan to divide the subject 11.4 acre parcel into a two lot commercial development (2018-S-ODP-0025).

The second item up for the DRC’s review and discussion is a 9,100 square foot retail building (Dollar General) on 1.54 acres of the 11.4 acre parcel (2018-F-FSP-0023).

I sent an email to the County’s planning department inquiring if plans are available for review but have yet to hear back. An aerial photo of the proposed location is above.

With the City of New Smyrna Beach expanding further west, what are your thoughts on new commercial development in the rural Samsula community?

UPDATE – November 6, 2017

A copy of a survey was obtained from the County of Volusia showing the proposed location just west of the existing gas station on State Road 44.

A copy of which can be viewed at: Dollar General Survey

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Downloadable Information
Zoning Letter from County of Volusia
Wetland Delineation Report

Potential convenience store and retail on northwest corner of SR 415 & Taylor Road

The Volusia County Planning and Land Development Regulation Commission is considering case number PUD-17-002 today, July 11, 2017. The applicant is requesting a rezoning request from rural agriculture (RA) to BPUD for the property at 2494 Tomoka Farms Road, Port Orange.

They are looking to rezone to allow for a 5,000 square foot convenience store with fuel and also a 5,000 square foot retail store on the northwest corner of State Road 415 and Taylor Road.

This location is north of the Quiet Place in the Country community and west of the Spruce Creek Flyin.

The application in its entirety can be downloaded from the County PLDRC website at

https://www.volusia.org/core/fileparse.php/5906/urlt/PUD-17-002.pdf

This rural intersection is poised for new growth. What are your thoughts?