In light of COVID, the City of Delray Beach allows restaurants and food establishments the ability to apply for temporary outdoor dining. If and when bars reopen, temporary solutions may not be sufficient to help these types of businesses recover. Keiser Legal is supporting this local business by applying for a permanent outdoor use and food truck use in the Central Core Subdistrict of the CBD to mitigate the adverse impacts of COVID, to increase the health and safety of local patrons, and to stimulate economic activity for one of the hardest hit industries of the pandemic.

On July 14, 2020, Andrea M. Keiser of Keiser Legal, PLLC appeared before the Town Council in the Town of Miami Lakes requesting conditional use approval to operate a college in a facility formerly housed by Dade Medical College and to increase the maximum allowable student enrollment. Keiser successfully persuaded the Town Council that the proposed use was consistent and harmonious with the existing zoning district and adjacent properties and that the increase in student enrollment had no adverse impacts. The Town Council voted unanimously to approve the application!

On May 28, 2020, Andrea M. Keiser, Esq. from Keiser Legal, PLLC appeared before the City of Pembroke Pines Planning and Zoning Board to request an additional wall sign for Keiser University in Pembroke Pines. The University had already been previously approved for signage in excess of the City's code allowance. However, Keiser Legal successfully argued the diminution of sign visibility and obstruction due to surrounding development, and secured an additional wall sign on the north side of the building.

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