Wine and Sign Party

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Letter to the Town of Palm Beach from Frank Coniglio

TO: TOWN OF PALM BEACH OCT 23, 2013 Town Manager’s Office     Dear Mayor and Town Council,   After carefully studying the proposed PUD-5 ordinance and the proposed changes to the Palm Beach Comprehensive Plan, I have come to the conclusion that both the proposed Zoning Ordinance Amendment and Comprehensive Plan Amendment should be dropped and not enacted. The current ordinances and our Comprehensive Plan have served’ Palm Beach well over the years. Royal Poinciana... Read More

Royal Poinciana PUD will not ‘preserve’ character of street

By SUSAN MARKIN: The Shiny Sheet continues to quote Councilman (Michael) Pucillo saying, “the PUD will preserve all that we love about Royal Poinciana Way.” This is the biggest scam on the residents that I have ever seen in our town. How does more than doubling the density to 13 units/acre (a total of over 80-plus units for the block) and more than doubling the heights of the buildings to 43 feet (equivalent to five stories) “preserve” what we love about our historic,... Read More

Zoning ordinance a ‘bad piece of legislation’

Redevelopment should take place under current zoning laws. By WILLIAM O. COOLEY: May I give my sincere thanks to the Shiny Sheet for including me in last week’s editorial cartoon along with other historic preservationists who oppose the Planned Unit Development ordinance (PUD-5) being proposed by the “let’s destroy Palm Beach” people. I consider it a badge of honor to be in the company of Bill Diamond, Susan Markin, the Neighborhood Alliance of Palm Beach and many others... Read More

Zoning plan would change town’s quality of life

By Elinor Belfer: Bobbie Lindsay-Buck, in her Nov. 3 letter to the Palm Beach Daily News, asks “are you willing to trade a little more density and height [mostly on the Sunset side of the block] … to offer appropriate redevelopment?” Should the response be yes or should it be no? By placing “Sunset Avenue” in parenthesis, she and the town render Sunset Avenue subservient to Royal Poinciana Way. Much debate has focused on the changes in density and height being proposed... Read More


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