The project that won’t go away
UPDATE: The developer is continuing to move forward seeking approval for hotels, condos and multi-family units in the Equestrian Preserve despite last year’s vote to prohibit them. The developer recently submitted the 11th revision of a traffic plan. We believe this project will not work,...
3 Updates on Saving the Preserve
Despite the 2016 voter referendum to protect the Equestrian Preserve, village staff has indicated support for a developer’s proposal to build condos and hotels within the preserve: “Staff is supportive of the intent of these applications and the future growth of the competition venues.”– March 29 staff report....
Wellington Village Board Delays Vote Again on Controversial Project
Dozens of community members opposed to the project speak out For immediate release May 11, 2017 Wellington, FL — After Solar Sportsystems filed a lawsuit against the Village of Wellington for violating its own procedural rules, the village’s Planning, Zoning & Adjustment Board stopped the...
Planning and Zoning Board Meeting Tonight
As you may know, the proposal to develop the Equestrian Preserve went before the Zoning Board last month, but the hearing was rescheduled at the last minute because the application was incomplete. The developers are pushing to have the Planning and Zoning Board approve the proposal anyway tomorrow night....
Breaking: PZAB Postpones Meeting over Application Concerns
THANK YOU to all who came tonight – a huge turnout to support the Preserve! The Planning and Zoning Board voted to postpone review of the Developer’s applications until their next meeting — after Village staff announced major concerns with the application that have not...
Hotels vs. green space: Wellington equestrian hotel debate hits public – Palm Beach Post
The Palm Beach Post has written an article about the new Development. Read it in full. Some key excerpts are below: Developer Mark Bellissimo’s plan to skirt a 2016 referendumand build hotels on his properties in the now-equestrian preserve is hitting a public meeting...