A new city law designed to cut through red tape should ease business creation and lead to faster permits for other endeavors. The Boca Raton City Council last week adopted a new ordinance that’s designed to stimulate the economy, eliminating delays that have been a staple complaint of citizens here. The ordinance seeks to improve and modernize the city’s land development regulations while promoting economic development.
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