An influential coalition of homeowners associations in suburban Boynton Beach has thrown its support behind developer GL Homes’ request to pay its way out of a Palm Beach County requirement that it set aside land for purposes such as parks and fire stations in four of its housing developments in the county’s Agricultural Reserve.
Under the deal, GL Homes would pay the county $2.8 million to get out of the requirement. The county would use the money to open a sheriff’s office substation in suburban Delray Beach.
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