City of St. Petersburg Accepting Applications for Ad Hoc Members for the Community Benefits Advisory Council

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St. Petersburg, FL  The City of St. Petersburg is seeking four members to potentially serve as ad hoc members of the Community Benefits Advisory Council (CBAC) for the first project of the Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) program.

Ad hoc members are selected as-needed to join standing members to comprise a full CBAC. Ad hoc members are chosen from residents within one mile of the project location. For this project, the project is located on a 4.59-acre site at 800 1st Ave. South in downtown St. Pete, which may be developed by the TPA Group in conjunction with Moffitt Cancer Center and UPC Insurance.

Residents living within one mile of the site are encouraged to apply for the vacant ad hoc CBAC positions. Applications for four ad hoc members will be accepted until May 28 at 11:59 p.m. Apply at

St. Pete's CBA program creates a process that considers the social and community impact of major development plans receiving significant public funding. CBAC standing and ad hoc members play a role in shaping those benefits.

The current proposal calls for the development of a mixed-use project that would include a state-of-the-art outpatient cancer care facility, a mixed-use modern multi-family residential tower with a workforce housing component, activated ground floor retail, a public-access parking garage, and the retention and future expansion site of the UPC Insurance headquarters.

Additional project details can be found at