New bill would help rural developers

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The state Senate Committee on Agriculture has reversed a decision it
made last week, now favoring a revision of Florida’s “agricultural
enclave law,” that would allow for increased development on farms
surrounded by non-farm land. If passed, it would allow developers to
build on rural land up to the average density of all developments in a
three mile radius. Currently, one can build only up to the density of
adjacent parcels.

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