Thursday, February 13, 2014

Town won’t waive noise law for Grassy Flats work |

And because of this, the project will take longer and cost more in order to appease those around the project. It is just about to go into what would be a noisier phase. This is the located in the area of the Lake Worth Lagoon that sits just west of the Town's Par 3 golf course. Click title for link. From the article:
The Town Council denied Tuesday a request from Palm Beach County to waive town noise restrictions for work on the Grassy Flats Lake Worth Lagoon Restoration Project.
The county’s Department of Environmental Resources Management is creating a new seagrass habitat west of the Par 3. The project involves placing about 50,000 cubic yards of sand and constructing two mangrove islands to cap 12.8 acres of muck sediments that are causing poor water quality and reduced habitat value.
Several Ibis Isle residents have complained about the noise, according to town staff.