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Friday, October 15, 2010
Next step in Hollywood Beach's Margaritaville Resort project on Johnson Street is Special Mtg. of Technical Advisory Board on Monday at 10 a.m.
I received an e-mail reminder about this important meeting on Monday about Hollywood Beach's Margaritaville Resort project on Johnson Street from the City of Hollywood a few days ago, and had meant to post this earlier so those of you who are late to this issue can make arrangement to see and hear what's what for yourself.
That includes 95% of the South Florida news media, but who's counting?
A larger version of the photo I snapped at one of the Hollywood City Commission meetings of the projected look of the complex, above, is here:
That photo accompanied my April 7, 2010 post: Margaritaville unanimous choice of Hollywood City Commission for Johnson Street project over Planet Hollywood
This particular photo, which would feature the plane near The Broadwalk, can be seen in larger format at:
To catch up on what's been going on thus far, officially, go here:
My own version of the past on the Johnson Street project is here:
and here http://hallandalebeachblog.blogspot.com/search/label/Margaritaville%20Resort
TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE SPECIAL MEETING
Monday, October 18, 2010 10:00-11:00 a.m.
Hollywood City Hall
2ND FLOOR – ROOM 215,
2600 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD
A. TAC MEMBER INTRODUCTION,
B. FINAL SITE PLAN REVIEW,
APPLICANT: City of Hollywood/ Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort, LLC.,
LOCATION: 300 Johnson Street/1112 N. Ocean Drive (Generally located north of Michigan Street, south of Johnson Street, east of the Intracoastal Waterway and west of the Atlantic Ocean)
REQUEST: Final Site Plan Review for a 349 room hotel including restaurant, retail, banquet hall, swimming pools, and associated public/private parking garage
C. OLD BUSINESS None,
D: NEW BUSINESS None
Legal description for each of the above petitions is on file in the Department of Planning and Development Services.
Two or more members of any other City board, commission, or committee, who are not members of this committee, may attend this meeting and may, at that time, discuss matters on which foreseeable action may later be taken by their board, commission, or committee.
Persons with disabilities who require reasonable accommodation to participate in city programs and/or services may call the Office of the City Manager five business days in advance at
(954) 921-3582 (voice).
If an individual is hearing or speech impaired, please call 1-800-955-8771 (V-TDD).
Topflight Photography view of Hollywood, Hallandale Beach at Ocean Drive/A1A
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