South Florida Sun-Sentinel
What to do about Johnson Street will be the subject of two meetings
By Ihosvani Rodriguez
June 11, 2009
City officials are asking residents to put on their thinking caps and come up with ideas on what to do with a city-owned property on the beach.
The first of two informal public meetings will be held next week to gather input on the long-awaited redevelopment of the city-owned Johnson Street property at A1A on Hollywood beach.
The first meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall.
A second meeting will be at the Hollywood Beach Culture and Community Center on June 18.
The city has also established an e-mail address to gather comments: email@example.com.
The meetings come after a developer walked away from a plan
to build a $100 million hotel and beach resort on the property
now occupied by an aging garage and a parking lot.
See also:City seeks community input for Johnson Street property