West Lake went before the TREASURE COAST REGIONAL PLANNING COUNCIL On Jan. 19 with no notice given to surrounding areas. Luckly The ALA and others were alerted to this late Jan. 18. The ALA along with many others that had received the alert showed up and spoke against the proposed Comp. Plan.
The Acreage Landowners' Association is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to preserving the quality of life for the residents of our beautiful Acreage in unincorporated Palm Beach County, Florida. We are watchdogs for the residents regarding their treatment by the governing bodies of the area. We create a forum for the residents of the community to hear and speak out about issues, both positive and negative, that affect us all and we organize fun-filled community events for children and families. Please join the association, attend meetings, voice your opinions, or give your ideas. Get involved in our community. Members' and residents' input is essential!
The ALA Rocktoberfest is an event the community looks forward too and is presented by the ALA.
The Music Fest will be Live Music, Car show, Car Parts Swap Meet, and a Business to Community Meet Up.
The Music Fest will be held at 6701 140th Ave N, Loxahatchee, FL.
Saturday sometime in Feb. or March of 2019 (TBD) - Noon until 9:00 pm
Acreage Landowners Association
7040-25 Seminole Pratt whitney Road
Loxahatchee, Fl. 33470
May 25, 2017
Hon. Paulette Burdick, Mayor & Commissioner, District 2
Hon. Melissa McKinlay, Vice Mayor & Commissioner, District 6
Hon. Hal R. Valeche, Commissioner, District 1
Hon. David Kerner, Commissioner, District 3
Hon. Steven L. Abrams, Commissioner, District 4
Hon. Mary Lou Berger, Commissioner, District 5
Hon. Mack Bernard, Commissioner, District 7
Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners
301 North Olive Avenue
West Palm Beach, Florida 33401
Re: G. L. Homes' Proposal to Preserve the Indian Trails Grove Property by Transferring Residential Units to the Agricultural Reserve Area
Dear Mayor Burdick, Vice Mayor McKinlay and Commissioners:
On May 23, 2017, GL Homes presented their proposal to transfer unit rights from their Indian Trails Grove property to their land within the Agricultural Reserve area of Palm Beach County; utilizing a portion of the Indian Trails Grove property as required preservation for their proposed developments. This proposal: (1) does not increase the number of units already authorized by the County’s Comprehensive Plan; (2) actually results in significantly MORE land being set aside for preservation; (3) directs growth to an area of the County where infrastructure and planned developments already exist; and, (4) provides for a large contiguous area for farming operations to continue.
On this day, the board of the ALA voted unanimously in favor of supporting GL’s proposal. We believe this proposal is in the best interest of the County for the reasons enumerated above and should be given serious consideration by the Board of County Commissioners.
While we have been working with the representatives of GL Homes for years on their development plans for this area the ALA board firmly believes their proposal identifies and alleviates many of the concerns that the ALA had. We applaud their plan.
Melissa Limbaugh ALA President
You do not need to be a member to attend the meeting. Membership is appreciated but not necessary. Membership allows you to vote on important issues the board addresses and lends your voice to their efforts.
Join the ALA in Preserving your way of life; Membership is only $20 per year; please join us.