|Posted on February 11, 2015 at 3:05 PM|
Certainly the populations of Florida, Palm Beach County and Delray Beach will increase substantially over the coming years. Our town is at a place where it does not need to give incentives to any developers who press for exemptions, conditional uses, higher densities, taller buildings or closing of service alleys.
We are already overburdening our streets with gridlock daily during the winter season. Our easy access and the quality of life are diminishing. Have we reached the "Point of diminishing Returns?" That is, will each new develop result in less for the people of Delray Beach? At this time, there are 1,000 apartment and condominiums under construction or permitted in or near the core of Delray Beach likely, many more are to come. My question is: who benefits?
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