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Davis & Associates attends League of Cities’ Annual Tri-Cities BBQ

  Last week, Davis & Associates, P.A. attended the Palm Beach County League of Cities’ Annual Tri-Cities Barbeque, which took place this year at the Lomax Harelle Pavilion within the City of Belle Glade Marina. Held annually at a location alternating between the three cities of Belle Glade, South Bay, and Pahokee, this holiday event has become synonymous with delicious…
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Davis & Associates attends FMAA’s 39th Annual Seminar

Last week, Davis & Associates, P.A. had the privilege of attending the 39th Annual Seminar for the Florida Municipal Attorneys Association (“FMAA”), held at the exquisite Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa in Manalapan. Beginning on Thursday, July 8th and running through Saturday, July 10th, this year’s FMAA seminar hosted speakers to discuss a wide breadth of issues including post-COVID…
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A message from Davis & Associates, P.A.

Our decision to resume full-time, in-person, operations was made after careful consideration of the ongoing decline in COVID-19 case and hospitalization rates both in Florida and nationwide.  Of course, we will incorporate office safety protocols into our daily routine going forward, including the wearing of masks in office building common areas, which continues to be mandated by our management company. …
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Davis & Associates, P.A. successfully defends the Town of Manalapan’s decision to grant dock variance.

Last month, the 15th Judicial Circuit Court, appellate division, found for the Town of Manalapan in Haase v. Town of Manalapan, thus marking a major victory for the Town in a year-long land use dispute. In this case, the Town successfully defended its decision to grant a variance to allow the landowner to build a dock longer than allowed by Town code.  The…
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Davis & Associates, P.A., representing the Delray Dunes Homeowner’s Association, helps persuade Village of Golf Council to deny Amazon distribution center request.

On Wednesday, May 12, 2021, the Golf Village Council voted to deny online retail giant Amazon’s request to construct a warehouse storage and distribution center on a 17-acre parcel within the Village of Golf. The Amazon application included a proposed amendment to the Village’s land development regulations as well as a special exception use application.  The Amazon application was vigorously…
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