The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 8, 1968 · Page 8
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 8

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&-Palm Beach Post, Friday, Nov. 8, 1968 County Zoning Board Grants Petition For Construction Of Ice Skating Rink Xthf game -JMDEi I X 8:30 PM J$m tonight! Ailm as a rental park for overnight travel-trailers: The petition of Edwin F. Froehlich for rezoning of 80 acres located on the north side of Belvedere Road, bounded on the east bv the Lake Worth Drainage District Equalizing Canal No. 3 and bounded on the north by LWDD Lateral Canal No. 2, from R-l to A-l and the further conditional use to allow parking of one mobile home. clubhouse, service 1 lildings. mobile home sales lots and utility sites; The petition of the Central Bank of Palm Beach County for rezoning of properties located 250 feet south of Okeechobee Boulevard, partially bounded on the south by West- ! gate Avenue, approximately .4 ! Top-Side to Toe-Side, be the picture of Casual Good-Looks By MARYSEMPEPOS Staff Writer Among petitions granted Thursday by the Palm Beach County Zoning Commission was one which will permit the construction of a public ice skating rink. Site of the rink is to be the southeast corner of Military Trail and Marguerita Street, bounded on the east by Hall Avenue. The petition for a change in zoning from C-l (neighborhood commercial district) in part and R-l (single family dwelling district) in part to C-2 (general commercial district) was submitted by Robert R. Carter. Other petitions granted by the commission included: The petition of Demelco, Inc. by Manuel L. Soto, M.D. president, for rezoning of property located on the west side of State Road 80 opposite Glades General Hospital from A-l (agricultural) to R-2 (multiple-family dwelling) for the construction of a medical clinic; The petition of Carter & Carter, Inc., by John V. Russell attorney, for the conditional use of approximately HO acres of land, located on the south side of Boynton West Road approximately three-quarters of a mile west of El Clair Ranch Road in an A-l district, for a mobile home rental park, including an office, recreation buildings, miles east of Military Trail; one portion from R-l (single-family dwelling) to C IA (limited commercial) to accommodate office buildings and a second portion for rezoning from R-l to multiple family dwelling to accommodate garden apartments; The petition of Alton P. and Jean L. Raymond for the conditional use of a parcel of land located on the south side of Lantana Road approximately 2')0 feet east of Florida's Turnpike in an A-l District for a mobile home rental park and associated uses. Three petitions were denied by the board. They were: The petition of Karl Beachler and William J. Farn-bauch of Florida Gardens Land And Development Co. for a trailer park in Florida Gardens; The petition of R.B. More-land for the conditional use of property located on the west side of Cleary Road, approximately three-quarters of a mile south of Southern Boulevard in an A-l district for use Mrs. Evatt "went all out for Ernie's (McGehee's) opponent. She knew better than to do that." Mrs. Evatt said she had Doherty signs in the window of her office and had mailed cards endorsing him during the campaign. Sproul added that the agreement between the tax collector's office and those agencies selling tags was merely verbal and that there were no laws governing the support of candidates. , "I can assign a delegation like this to anyone in the county. Likewise, I can take it away," he said. Mrs. Evatt will continue to sell driver's licenses and hunting and fishing licenses because those do not fall under the collector's jurisdiction, he said. "Mrs. Evatt told me many times how much she appreciated the privilege of selling tags, but I guess she didn't appreciate it enough to support my candidate," Sproul said. Political Mistake Costs Tag Agency r Stamp out blahmenswear! RIVIERA BEACH - Sometimes it just doesn't pay to support a particular political candidate during elections. After openly supporting Democrat Daniel Doherty rather than Asst. County Tax Collector C. E. McGehee in the county tax collector's race, Mrs. Peggy Evatt, owner of Evatt's Auto Tag Agency on Silverbeach Road, learned Wednesday that her privilege of selling auto license tags and title transfers had been withdrawn. "It's a political thing," Mrs. Evatt charged Thursday. "I was openly backing the opponent of Mr. Sproul's candidate." She referred to Stetson 0. Sproul, present tax collector who is retiring and who backed McGehee's candidacy. 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