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Limit Delray Beach Downtown Overdevelopment

585 Signatures Goal: 1,000

Conditional Use incentives, allowing for greater density and taller buildings in the downtown area of Delray Beach have been overused, and represent a threat to the infrastructure (roads, bridges, parking) and quality of life in the City.

Please sign this petition to support the Planning & Zoning Department's proposed targeted amendments to current land use regulations which limit conditional use incentives by: 1) restricting residential unit density to 30 units per acre in the core downtown and 2) redefining areas where building heights in excess of four stories can be allowed, on the principle that taller structures be located away from adjacent residential neighborhoods.

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  • Scott Morrison
    Scott Morrison United States, Delray Beach
    Nov 21, 2013
    Nov 21, 2013
    Morrison Properties
    Delray Beach
  • Mark Sullivan
    Mark Sullivan United States, Delray Beach
    Nov 18, 2013
    Nov 18, 2013
    Enough is enough, this is all about $$ and nothing else. If we don't do this we will lose Delray.
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