IMPORTANT!! BDMIA MEETING WEDNESDAY JULY 12, 2017 7:00 pm. Wednesday, July 12, 2017 Boca Del Mar Meeting Room The Shoppes at Village Pointe 6018 SW 18th St. Suite C-8 Boca Raton, FL 33433 PHONE OFFICE: 561-368-1503. Update on Via Mizner request for park land Penn-Florida Companies, owner of the private Via Mizner golf course, has been working on terms to acquire the use of a small, tree-filled passive park in Boca Del Mar to extend its course. The park is about 2 acres and … [Read More...]
All those homeowners looking forward to June 17, 2017 as the day the current development application ran out of time to start building on Mizner Trail golf course property got a rude awakening. The Mizner Trail property has received 4 extensions "authorized by the Florida Legislature" that would give the golf course property owners until June 24, 2020, to start building, according to Robert Banks, Palm Beach County's chief land use attorney. "The county does not have any discretion … [Read More...]
The joint meeting of the Boca Raton City Council and the Greater Boca Raton Beach & Park District was so full Tuesday (Feb 28) that about […]
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County Traffic Engineer Says Roads Can’t Support Another 4000-Home Development
"We only have so many thoroughfares...I’m not sure there’s room for more." Webb was talking about the traffic study for G.L. Homes Indian Trails Grove tract.
G.L. Homes plans 4,000 homes at its Indian Trails Grove tract, near the future mega city of Westlake (formerly Minto West). Minto's project met huge opposition from surrounding communities, but the county approved it anyway for 4,500 homes and 2.1 million square feet of commercial development including a hotel and a college campus. Citizens are exploring legal challenges.
TRAFFIC DENSITY CHANGES THINGS
SW Palm Beach County Rural Life Losing Ground
"If county commissioners ultimately approve G.L. Homes’ plan, southwestern Palm Beach County would continue to transform from farmland and large, undeveloped tracts to an area dotted with high-end, densely populated subdivisions."
-- Palm Beach Post news June 26, 2015
VIDEO RAILS AGAINST ‘ALL ABOARD’ INTENT
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