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A restaurant won’t be aperture at the celeted Oscar Magnuson home anytime soon.
Boynton Beach’s Community Redevelopment cy awash the home to Shovel Ready Projects about two years ago and the aggregation still has not accustomed its architecture permit, according to an email from CRA Director Mike Simon.
City admiral accept gone aback and alternating with the developer on the property, at 211 E. Ocean Ave., and accept ahead threatened to alarm off the deal.
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Simon told the CRA board, which additionally is the City Commission, aftermost anniversary in an email that the aggregation bootless to accommodated the May 14 continued borderline to complete the admittance process, pay admittance fees and get a architecture permit.
The CRA lath may adjudge how to advance at the abutting accessible meeting, June 12. The lath could accord buyer Steve Labov an addendum or they could the acreage aback and acquittance Shovel Ready Projects the $255,000 it paid for the site, which is what Commissioner Joe Casello wants to do.
“They’ve had affluence of opportunities,” Casello said Tuesday. “I ane they’re a bad fit for that property. I ane they had no absolute ambition to advance that property.”
He affairs to ask Simon if the lath can accept a closed-door affair on how to advance afore “we ortment it out on the dais.”
Labov beneath to animadversion back accomplished Tuesday by The Palm Beach Post.
The May 14 borderline came out of the March CRA lath meeting. At that meeting, buyer Labov said he expects anybody to be admiring already the restaurant is accessible and appear he teamed up with Timothy Gaglio, the buyer of the Osteria Salina restaurant in Delray Beach.
The Oscar Magnuson home is one of two celeted sites the CRA awash to be developed as restaurants. The action hasn’t been quick for the added acreage either. The restaurant at 480 E. Ocean Ave., the celeted Ruth Jones Cottage, already has its affidavit of control but the buyer is still alive on the card and finalizing grants with the CRA.
Richard Lucibella, the above carnality ambador of Ocean Ridge, and Barbara Ceuleers, bought the property, which ahead operated as The Little House alehouse and cafe. Lisa Mercado, who owns The Living Room restaurant in Boynton, is accepted to run the cottage restaurant.
The CRA lath chose the accepted owners for the backdrop afterwards adept pizza chef Sal Campanile, the board’s aboriginal pick, backed out from both sites.
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