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Saturday, February 20, 2010

Stop the Diplomat LAC project ad from UCA, United Condominium Association of Hallandale Beach


Above, the Stop the Diplomat LAC project ad
placed by the UCA, United Condominium
Association of Hallandale Beach
in the
Feb. 18th edition of the South Florida Sun-Times.

As I've discussed here many times, this unpopular
project is completely incompatible with the current
nearby neighborhoods of Hallandale Beach and
Hollywood.

The Broward Planning Council meets on
Thursday the 25 at Broward Govt. HQ to decide
whether to approve it and send it on to the entire
Broward County Commission for their deciding
vote.

Debbie Orshefsky of Greenberg Traurig
has represented the property owners at the
Westin Diplomat Resort and Spa/Diplomat
Country Club thus far at public meetings and
at the December 16th vote at Hallandale Beach
City Hall, where the Diplomat prevailed 3-2
at 2:30 a.m.

Alan B. Koslow of Becker and Poliakoff is
expected to have a larger public role now that
the unpopular issue is going to the county level.


CBS4
, WFOR-TV, in the person of reporter
Carey Codd and his cameraman, were the only
Miami-area TV station to cover the story.
http://cbs4.com/video/?id=88289@wfor.dayport.com

Below, previous ads against the Diplomat project.




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