Surplus properties, downtown development on Dunedin meeting agenda

Published July 18, 2013

The Dunedin city staff is recommending that city commissioners on Thursday approve the sale of two city-owned surplus properties, generating a $127,000 profit and landing the parcels back on city tax rolls.

The properties, at 641 Wood St. and 1630 St. Catherine St., are among two dozen unused homes, small easements and vacant lots the city has acquired over the years through gifts from Pinellas County, foreclosures and other means.

City commissioners will review contracts from the highest bidders during their meeting, which starts at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at City Hall, 542 Main St.

Other agenda items include the first of two public hearings and votes on the development agreement and preliminary architectural plans for the downtown Gateway mixed housing/retail project, a license request for the Dunedin Brewery's Oktobeerfest, and a special proclamation honoring Dunedin High graduate and country singer Lari White.

Get a copy of the full agenda at this link.