Thursday, April 6, 2017

Gulfstream Hotel: Just in case you may have missed this from yesterday. . .

A blog post titled, “Press Release from City of Lake Worth on the status of Gulfstream Hotel, District Court of Appeals Ruling”.

The photograph below was taken on January 1st, New Year’s Day, 2012. The Press Release follows below.
For more information and media inquiries contact Ben Kerr, the City’s Communications Specialist: 561-586-1631; email: bkerr@lakeworth.org

Lake Worth, FL* – Gulfstream Hotel, District Court of Appeals Ruling

On March 31st, 2017 the 4th District Court of Appeals upheld the ruling of the previous court and confirmed that the City had acted legally in approving the Gulfstream Hotel annex to be built to 65′.
     The original suit and recent appeals claimed that the City had violated the City Charter in permitting a building plan that was over 45′. The City was represented by Carolyn Ansay of the Torcivia Law Firm.
     Throughout the process, both Carolyn and the City were confident that the approval of the Gulfstream Hotel Annex was legal. At this time the City is still considering whether or not to pursue court costs from the losing party.

“From the beginning of the process the City was confident that the law would support the rezoning and the two rulings have clarified this position. As a Lake Worth resident I look forward to the reopening of the historic hotel.”
—Carolyn Ansay, City Attorney.

Three more photographs from 2012:

A more recent photograph, 5 years later, in April, 2017:

*Located in central Palm Beach County, Lake Worth is a dynamic, multi-cultural city with an individualistic style. People are drawn to the City by its acceptance of different cultures and lifestyles, historic districts, hip downtown and colorful arts district.

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