CEPD launches online map, reschedules apportionment vote
The Captiva Erosion Prevention District has launched a live, apportionment model map online.
Today, the CEPD reported that Technical Policy Director Daniel Munt has crafted an interactive map utilizing the ARCGIS system that displays the tentative apportionment model — under consideration by the CEPD board — as would be assessed across Captiva properties. The application is on the CEPD Website, so property owners can conveniently search for their estimated assessment.
In addition, the CEPD reported that the board will not be able to vote on an apportionment model during a scheduled meeting on June 28 due to a defect with the newspaper notice for the hearing. However, it will hold the meeting and discuss the project, as well as take comments from the public.
At its regular monthly meeting set for Aug. 9 at 1 p.m., the board will present the apportionment methodology that is up for a vote. It will take public comments and questions on the record about the project plans and specifications, cost estimates, and tentative cost apportionment and assessment.
A new meeting notice will be published and mailed to property owners.
The CEPD will also send out additional letters at that time.
For more information, visit https://www.mycepd.com/board-meetings.
To access the model map, visit https://www.mycepd.com/map-of-the-apportionment-model.