Farmton Seeks Special Taxing District By Dustin Wyatt, The Daytona Beach News Journal

Posted on November 3, 2019

A not-yet-started, but long-envisioned commercial and residential development project slated for 66,000 acres in Southeast Volusia County will need lots of roads when all is done.

Some of the roads will snake throughout the 25,000 houses slated for the Farmton area between Osteen and Oak Hill. Others will help motorists get to and from the 2,300 jobs that will one day be created on 4 million square feet of commercial space, according to plans,

And even though brick-and-mortar construction won’t start until 2026, Farmton developers Miami Corp intend to eventually open up access to the area from Interstate-95 by building an interchange to Maytown Road near Oak Hill.


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