Stop the Cinemark Expansion at Sheridan and Dykes Rd.!
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Please sign this petition and let the Town of Davie know that you do not support selling the parcel of land next to Cinemark for further expansion.
Cinemark (South Broward Theater Holdings, Ltd) is preparing to submit an application to develop an expansion of restaurants and businesses next to the existing movie theater and essentially - next to our homes.
This cannot stand. The Cinemark Shopping Center is already overcrowded and poorly designed. Attempting to install Pembroke Gardens 2.0 in the Town of Davie will only result in a decreased quality of life for the surrounding residents.
The proposed expansion will entail approximately 13 retail spaces (restaurants and stores) a moat with gondola rides, outdoor music spaces, and a convertible parking area for live music and/or special events.
Ivanhoe residents and other surrounding residential areas will be severely impacted by such an expansion. As it stands now, traffic in and out of the existing shopping center is already confusing and overcrowded which has resulted in numerous traffic accidents on Dykes Road just North of Sheridan Street. Additionally, the development company admitted at the meeting they have not conducted any traffic studies as of yet and are instead relying on the future installation of a traffic light on Stirling Road and Dykes to alleviate traffic stress.
If this expansion passes and this strip of land is sold to the development company - crime, congestion, and sprawl will become the new attributes of the Town of Davie. This is a unique community with it's rural feel and police officers on horseback. This expansion will diminish the personality of the Town of Davie and we'll just end up becoming a facsimile of Pembroke Pines and Doral, another overbuilt community that people happen to live in.
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