A 45-year plan to mine limestone reserves near the Florida Gulf Coast University campus was presented Tuesday to a panel selected to help plan for growth around the site that will soon house the state's 10th university.
Florida Rock Industries representatives spent two hours with members of the Arnold land use-subcommittee describing their nine-phase plan to extract high-quality limestone from regions scattered to the north, east, and southeast of the campus site between now and the year 2040.
The presentation was part of the sub-committee's monthly meeting. The panel was named by State Rep. Keith Arnold, D-Fort Myers in April as part of a compromise agreement between FGCU planners and local environmentalists who claimed the site was too sensitive to house development.
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