The leader of a drive to impose term limits on city council members urged a coalition of Palm Beach Gardens residents Wednesday to help his group solicit signatures to get the issue on ballots in 2014.
James D’Loughy, a lawyer who lost a March bid for the council seat held by David Levy, told members of the Palm Beach Gardens Residents Coalition that recent efforts to advance a Houston Astros baseball complex in a residential area off Central Boulevard are symptomatic of an entrenched council. The 117-acre site would house a stadium and spring training fields for the Astros and Toronto Blue Jays.
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