Lake Worth’s rival factions don’t just disagree on what the city’s building-height limits should be; they can’t even agree on what a recent referendum on those limits actually means.
City officials say a new state law renders a March vote that lowered height limits null and void, while the organizers who put the height-limit question on the ballot beg to differ. This dispute could end up in court. But if it does, blame state legislators.
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