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Boca Raton City Council announces a forum on affordable housing projects

Boca Raton, Florida – The Boca Raton City Council has announced an upcoming forum focused on affordable housing projects.

Pursuant to Section 166.04151(6), Florida Statutes, this event will take place on September 11, 2023, at the City Council Workshop, located at 6500 N Congress Avenue. The forum is slated to commence prior to the CRA Meeting at 1:30 pm.

Aimed at deliberating on potential affordable housing ventures, the forum seeks public engagement to obtain diverse insights and recommendations. Topics of discourse will encompass pragmatic solutions, maintaining equilibrium between urban development and housing affordability, and implications on the city’s infrastructure and amenities.

Individuals presenting at the forum are anticipated to furnish materials pertinent to their project proposals, encompassing site and architectural plans, alongside crucial metrics such as building dimensions, unit specifications, communal spaces, parking provisions, and any associated non-residential features.

The forum will allocate a segment for public remarks, restricting each speaker to a maximum duration of five minutes. Those presenting are required to submit the ‘Presenter Acknowledgement’ form to the Development Services Director no later than 12PM on September 8, 2023. For those employing PowerPoint for their presentation, an electronic version must be provided by the aforementioned deadline. Additionally, presenters are recommended to have on hand 15 sets of their materials for dissemination.

The event is scheduled to span from 1:30PM to 3:30PM at 6500 North Congress Avenue, Boca Raton, 33487. To acquire further details, confirm participation, or to direct queries, one can reach out to [email protected] or dial 561-393-7789. Comprehensive information and the ‘Presenter Acknowledgement Form’ can be accessed in the document attached herewith.

Jordan Collins

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