Enough is enough! Over the last 14 years I've seen beautiful trees cut down and concrete put up! Enough apartments! Enough town homes! No more hotels!
is this still moving forward? what are the dates of completion? will it be both rental residences and residences for purchase (such as townhomes, and condos?)
REDO THE WHOLE PARK OVER. Put grass for the dogs, transplant some large trees and let in some sun, get dog friendly flowering dwarfed trees. A llittle dog park, a big dog park and big little mix park. I also can draw up some nice plans, if needed.
For the kids:..remove the hard dangerous mulch and put recycled rubber flooring. and a water fountain feature shooting water out the floor for the hot days..kids lovvvve that!
For the basketball: put benches so the ball players can sit and any watchers.
Toxic waste disposal-have no where to dump-this is getting very dangerous and possibly our landfill is getting contaminated because we cannot use the collection site in pompano.
Would like to see a traffic light between winston park Blvd and the Sawgrass on Lyons Rd for safer driving access to and from the Publix plaza
There are several deli's here in Coconut Creek, all of which are only open for breakfast and lunch. None are open for dinner.
I know this is a private enterprise kind of thing, but I would love to see a Fresh Market located in Coconut Creek....and so would many other folks!
Speak Up Coconut Creek... a great idea for everyone to share ideas and discuss! Regarding the sign in front of the recreation center on Lyons Road... how many will notice it on the East side of the road, facing the Southbound lanes? Maybe it could be moved/rotated to become more visible. Also the sign has a typo.
WIND MILL Dog park doesn't seem to take well to grass, so it is always muddy Without a means of washing mud and dirt off of our pets, it makes it very difficult and unappealing to come to the park. Most other dog parks in the vicinity have hoses! It is a totally inexpensive improvement that is very critical to the enjoyment and use of the park