Charlotte County commissioners want public input on how the county should proceed with Murdock Village, so they’ve agreed to allow citizens to comment next Tuesday during a workshop devoted to discussing the future of the community redevelopment area. But commissioners want to make one thing very clear: It’s not going to be a bash session.
“I think it’s about time that we realize that Murdock Village can certainly be a substantial asset to Charlotte County, and I think we have to take a positive and proactive approach,” said Commissioner Stephen R. Deutsch. “It’s not my thought in any way that this is going to be a negative thing. I don’t want to see us talking about, did it cost us $118 million or $138 million? That’s irrelevant.”
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