These were included in the latest City Manager's Report. I took note of this introduction offered by Ms. Stanton:
The first item that caught my eye is the use of the term "bi-weekly." If you Google it, you will find that technically it means every two weeks and that the term "semi-weekly" refers to meetings that happen twice weekly. I would hope they are meeting more than twice a month on this project - it would be nice to know more definitively what the meeting schedule is, but we have become numb to ambiguity around here. What is not ambiguous is that the OIG is having their staff attend these regular meetings. I am sure discussion about whether the seawall meets code standards so that the NEW building does not need to be built on pilings is not on the agenda.
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On the number of people who came out to support saving the Gulf Stream hotel in Lake Worth: "I have to tell you, in 23 years I've never, ever seen so many people come out, leave their homes at dinner time to speak in favor of an application. It just doesn't happen. People come to speak against, but people don't come to speak in favor. So I am overwhelmed by the volume of people that have been here this evening." Bonnie Miskel, land use attorney representing the owners of our historic hotel downtown.
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