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Date of Issue: May 25, 2006

More problems for GSR in Bradenton Beach

Building permits for three GSR Development LLC projects have been declared "null and void" by the Bradenton Beach Building Official.

GSR principals are Steve Noriega and Robert T. Byrne.

Stormwater retention plans as submitted were "determined to be unacceptable," on Gardinia I, 110 Seventh St. S., according to Building Official Ed Mc Adam. "Permit obligations to complete the project were not accomplished in a timely manner," he added, stating that the last project inspection was Dec. 5, 2005.

Stormwater plan and timeliness issues also prompted the revocation of the building permit for Gardinia II, 112 Seventh St. S., as well as parking for the required four vehicles on the property. "The maneuvering of vehicles to access the parking garage is unworkable and a solution has not been brought forward to resolve this issue," Mc Adam wrote.

The same issues of stormwater and timeliness also spurred the permit revocation on a duplex at 109 Fifth St. S., as well as failure to pay the required fees, Mc Adam wrote to the developers.

He said that "a new permit application shall be required for ‘completion of the buildings."

The developers will need to submit a "new permit application, permit documentation, pre-permit inspections, all permit and plan review fees and plans" before further work can be done on any of the structures, Mc Adam added.