Living in West Parkland, I see how our beautiful city fades to black as the sun goes down. I find myself finding that the outdoor lights at the Heron Bay Golf Club’s driving range is all that keeps Coral Ridge Drive a little lit at night. I constantly have to be very careful at night driving, as the city is so dark. I also rise very early in the morning to go to the gym and have to be so careful pulling out of the Parkland Isles community and crossing onto Coral Ridge Drive to head south.
But, there is great announcements coming from the City of Parkland. Approval has be given to permit and install 82 Florida Power and Light (FPL) concrete poles and cobra head lighting fixtures just north of Heron Bay Blvd (where I call the darkness after the Heron Bay Golf Club’s driving range) to the intersection of Loxahatchee Road and Coral Ridge Drive (A.K.A. Nob Hill Road). The lights on the Parkland roads will help keep the residents of the city more safe. Hardesty and Hanover via a City General Engineering Service contract will be performing the design. The plans have already been approved by Broward County and are now in review with FPL. Once approved, the project will enter its bidding phase and then the commencement of the construction of the light fixtures will start. Great news is that the project’s scheduled completion will be by the summer of 2015 just in time for the next school year.
I am also pleased to announce that Parkland Golf & Country Club builder, Lennar Homes, is responsible for completing the portion of the lights between Hillsboro Blvd. and Loxahatchee Rd. The other portion of the project will be the responsibility of the City of Parkland between Hillsboro Blvd. and north of Heron Bay Blvd. I want to thank all of the commissioners and Lennar Homes for making the safety of Parkland residents and guests a top priority.
Other important news concerning lightening and the safety of Parkland is the design, permitting and installation of Florida Power and Light (FPL) concrete poles and cobra head lighting fixture from Holmberg Road north to Loxahatchee Road. With the building of new construction homes in West Parkland’s Wedge, the City of Parkland has also taken the initiative to ensure that the proper lightening be installed with an estimated early 2015 completion. As a result, by next year, the City of Parkland will be bright and beatiful during both daylight and evening hours. I cannot wait to be able to drive around Parkland and be able to actually see everything. Spread the news! Our city is making the necessary strides to improve and grow.
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