Love Street opponents file court appeal to stop $30 M project in Jupiter

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Opponents to the Love Street project filed an appeal in Palm Beach Circuit Court on Friday to stop the $30 million outdoor marketplace project that was approved by the town last month.

“The town did not follow its own rules and standards in approving the project,” said Cheryl Schneider, one of the opposition leaders.

The town council approved the project by a 3-2 vote on June 7 after about three years of debate.

Town Attorney Tom Baird said the town plans on filing a motion to dismiss the appeal once all the proper paperwork is filed.

“(The persons who filed the appeal) do not meet the legal standards to be an effected party,” said Baird.

If the appeal does go forward, the approval process would be reviewed by a panel made up of three Palm Beach County circuit court judges.

Red-shirted opponents to Love Street project at recent Jupiter Town Council meeting

Red-shirted opponents to Love Street project at recent Jupiter Town Council meeting

 

 

 

 

 

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