Thursday, April 21, 2016

"Decision on Boynton Beach’s historic school delayed months"

To read the entire article in the Southern Palm Beach County blog use this link. Below are two excerpts:

     "Boynton Beach City Commissioners said Tuesday night [4/19] they want to save the historic high school from demolition, but tabled a decision on a proposal to do so until about August." [emphasis added]

[Why?]

     "The [law]suit accuses the city of breach of contract after commissioners voted down Juan Contin’s plan to use private money to develop the school into an events and destination center.
     Contin, through Boynton Old School Partnership LLC, has filed three amended complaints in the lawsuit. The court will decide in July if the latest complaint will be dismissed, and if it is, if the plaintiff can file another amended one. If the court doesn’t offer another chance, the lawsuit will be over. But the plaintiff could file an appeal, according to city documents. Contin is asking for money he would have made if the project had gone through."

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