The Love Street development plan — this one without the boat slips for commercial fishing boats — is up for review today at 7 p.m. by the town’s planning and zoning board at the Jupiter Community Center.
Click here to see the plan.
The town council, which must approve the final plan, is not bound by the planning board’s recommendation.
Opponents blast the Love Street plan, calling it “just another shopping center.”
“There’s not enough parking.” “The jobs it will create are low-paying.” “Pollution of the Jupiter Inlet will result,” they said. About 2,000 local residents signed an online petition opposing the development.
Developer Charles Modica has said the plan to be reviewed tonight, about a quarter the size of the original proposal, preserves the waterfront theme of the Inlet Village, the area along A1A from Beach Road north to U.S. 1.
The meeting is open to the public.
Current Love Street plan:
Property: 2 acres
Retail: 4,949 square feet
Outdoor Seating area: 1,781
Total: 18,552 square feet
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