The vote on the controversial condo towers at the Chapel-by-the-Lake site didn’t happen Monday night.
West Palm Beach commissioners and the developer agreed to hold off until Jan. 6 so the developer can further explain to elected officials, and residents, both their latest design — two towers instead of one — and their recent offer to donate submerged land for a waterfront feature.
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The commission did the following at Monday’s regular meeting:
BEER AND WINE: Voted 5-0 to change the distance that facilities serving alcohol be separated from churches and schools to be measured from the actual institution, not the property line of the property that hosts it, such as a mall
PROPERTY: Voted 5-0 to authorize staff to negotiate sale of a city-owned 9.65 acre tract near the Charleston Commons neighborhood to developer Lennar, which has offered $1.6 million. Proceeds would go into city reserves.
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