Royal Palm Beach Zoners Approve Signage, Repainting Applications

The Royal Palm Beach Planning & Zoning Commission approved several requests for repainting and new signage at its meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 22.

The first was an application to repaint the outside of Palm Beach County Fire-Rescue Station 28 at 1040 Royal Palm Beach Blvd.

Planning & Zoning Director Bradford O’Brien said the applicant is proposing to paint the body of the building a crisp lemon color with jalapeño-colored trim, similar to the existing colors.

Commissioner Philip Marquis made a motion to recommend approval of the application, which carried 5-0.

The second application was for approval of new signage at the 7-Eleven store at 1140 Royal Palm Beach Blvd.

O’Brien said that the applicant was asking for approval of new wall signage, a monument sign, two directional signs, an ATM sign, window signage and a canopy sign at the 7-Eleven located in the Crossroads Shopping Center at the northeast corner of Royal Palm Beach and Okeechobee boulevards, adding that the signage is typical of most 7-Eleven stores.

Staff recommended approval of the application. Commissioner Ray Nazareth made a motion to recommend approval, which carried 5-0.

The third application was by the Bella Terra community at Bella Terra Way and State Road 7.

O’Brien said the applicant was asking to allow the repainting of the existing exterior perimeter wall ligonier tan, similar to the existing color. Commissioner Adam Miller made a motion to approve the application, which carried 5-0.

In other business, the commissioners appointed June Perrin as chair and David Leland as vice chair.