Enough has changed in the fourth iteration of Riviera Beach’s marina district redevelopment plan that the city council should approve it tonight. Still unknown is whether enough has changed in the city to take the plan from paper to reality.
The plan calls for the Riviera Beach Community Redevelopment Agency to spend $29 million on improvements that will make the waterfront suitable for private investment. That money, most of which the CRA borrowed, will pay for marina upgrades, a 500-space parking garage and renovations to Newcomb Hall and Bicentennial Park. The council votes tonight in is capacity as the CRA board.
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