Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Are you tired of hearing about medical marijuana and about that charter school on Dixie Hwy. in Lake Worth too?

UPDATE: The Planning & Zoning Board meeting tonight (discussed below) has been cancelled and will be rescheduled to a later date.

Are you tired of seeing another editorial, press reports and on TV too — over and over again — about all that faux outrage and nonsensical silliness?

Have you heard about what’s happening at Lake Worth’s
Planning & Zoning (P&Z) Board?

Well, guess what? You’re in luck because neither marijuana or charter schools are on the P&Z Board agenda. It’s back to serious business again in our little City.

Below are just two items up for consideration at this meeting:

PZB Project# 17-00500007: A request for a Conditional Use permit to allow for outdoor storage of boats, recreational vehicles and trailers, etc. The subject site is located at 2003 7th Avenue North PCN 38-43-44-20-01-060-0020 in the Industrial Park of Commerce (IPOC) zoning district pursuant to Sections 23.2-29 of the Land Development Regulations.

and. . .

Item H1 (New Business) on the agenda: Consideration of a request for Major Site Plan Approval for a 85 unit multi-family complex on a +/- 183,453 square foot site located in the Low Density Multi-family (MF20) Zoning District, with a Future Land Use Map designation of Medium Density residential (MDR) . . . Banyan Court will consist of 85-units of affordable, transportation-oriented, rental housing in four separate three-story, concrete, garden-style walk-up apartment buildings.

To watch this P&Z Board meeting Live Streaming go to the City’s website at 6:00: . . . and then scroll down to the bottom of the page for the “Live Broadcast Channel”.
To watch archived City meetings use this link. Hope you found this information helpful.