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As an advocate for the construction industry, The CCCIA has benefited the residents of Cape Coral by closely monitoring impact fees, ordinances, road projects and long-term growth issues. It is estimated that a savings of $4,000 per new home has been realized over the past five years due to The CCCIA's involvement.
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○ Continues to monitor at the local, state and federal levels any regulations dealing with endangered species such as Scrub Jays, Smalltooth Sawfish, Burrowing Owls and Manatees.
○ Worked with the City's Stormwater Department on driveways, resulting in elimination of the form check.
○ Continue to work cooperatively with the City of Cape Coral on issues regarding drainage (new construction vs. existing).
○ Continues to work with the marine construction industry to: Monitor and inform on progress within the Manatee Lawsuit Settlement and to work with all governmental and marine industry stakeholders concerning the SAJ-91 Biological Opinion regarding Smalltooth Sawfish.
○ Monitored impact fee increases and eliminated or reduced them on almost every occasion. It is estimated that a savings of $4,000 per new home has been realized over the past several years.
○ Prepared and facilitated an ordinance allowing boat lifts to be constructed at canal ends.
○ Monitors and assists in bringing road projects to our area, including the widening of SR78, the extension of Burnt Store Road, Veterans Parkway and the Del Prado Extension.
○ Continually monitors and meets with the Building Department to look for ways to streamline permitting, plans review and inspections. Successes include checklists for inspectors and courtesy calls from plans review.
○ Reduced side and front setbacks on residential construction.
○ Fought (and won) a moratorium that would stop permitting 500 feet on either side of Burnt Store Road.
○ Works with local schools to promote the construction industry as a career choice.
○ Participates in a program with the Cape Coral Police Department and the Lee County Sheriff's Office in reducing construction site theft.
○ Monitors and works with the City on long term growth issues, such as location of model homes, commercial nodes, and land use changes.
○ Produces the Builders' Showcase each year, where model and spec homes are toured by thousands of residents and visitors.
○ Educates its membership to changes in local, state and national regulations. Examples include pool safety requirements, FEMA issues, and the new Florida Building Code.
○ Stopped an effort to require separate plumbing, mechanical and electrical plans on every single-family permit request.
○ Continues to work with the marine construction industry to monitor and inform on progress within the Manatee Lawsuit Settlement.
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