We are not living in the Wild West, so Coral Gables did not simply get to stake its claim on High Pines, Ponce Davis, and Little Gables. Rather, it is a complex process and if you look at the annexation schedule on CoralGables.com you will see that the city will have to progress through 17 steps/meetings for Little Gables and 15 for High Pines and Ponce Davis. That is a lot of bureaucracy!
So where do we stand? Back on March 20th, the County Board of Commission voted to move the Little Gables annexation application to the Planning Advisory Board, and on June 5th, the Commission did the same for the High Pines and Ponce Davis application. Those are two good steps forward for Coral Gables. With 9 more hurdles to jump, let’s hope that these applications don’t take two steps forward and two steps back!
For more information about this process, visit https://www.coralgables.com/annexation-process-test and https://www.miamidade.gov/incorporationandannexation/coral-gables.asp
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