• Commission Approves Goodwill Pool Rezoning

    The proposed pool at the former Goodwill site hasn’t been given final approval by the city, but it cleared one of the final hurdles with a rezoning approval. The rezoning of the facility, 550 E. Oakland Park Blvd., was unanimously approved by commissioners at their meeting on May 22. It was rezoned from Light Industrial to General Business [B-3].

  • Commission Moves Forward on Pool Project

    Commissioner Tom Green said he wants to see the old Goodwill site redeveloped into an indoor pool. But his personal approval of the project was not enough to get over his disapproval of its lack of parking and give it his professional approval as a commissioner. “It doesn’t even come close [to meeting the requirements].”

  • Commission Tentatively Approves Pool but Concerned About Parking, Future Use

    Wilton Manors commissioners are generally in support of the proposed pool facility at 550 E. Oakland Park Blvd. But concerns about parking and the possible future use of the property may prevent them from approving it. Whether or not the city approves the project will be determined at a future meeting. The building has been unoccupied since at least 2011 after Goodwill moved out.

  • Wilton Station Resident May Sue Over Pool Lift

    The Americans with Disabilities Act doesn’t require a pool lift be installed at Wilton Station, but David Ferebee thinks principle should have compelled the condo association to provide one.