The Hollywood Commission on Wednesday will once again consider lifting a deed restriction that required Hollywood Playhouse to remain a theater.
Earlier this month, the commission considered a settlement deal with TransCapital Bank that would allow the bank to use the property for any use.
In 2011, Hollywood filed a lawsuit against the bank after the city realized the bank had not being using the property as a community theater. But City Attorney Jeff Sheffel recommended that the commission lift the restriction and settle the case.
The commission, however, said it needed more time and pushed the item to Wednesdays meeting.
Also on the agenda:
• An item to allow the Broward Sheriffs Office to reopen a detention center at the Hollywood Police Department. The sheriffs office closed the detention center last year due to budget cuts.
• Assistant City Manager Frank Fernandez will give an update on code enforcement.
The meeting will begin at 1 p.m. at City Hall, 2600 Hollywood Blvd.