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Carter is obsessed with breaking news and has written for several newspapers and blogs around the country.

Palm Beach Town Council Finalized Contracts for Underground Utilities
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Palm Beach Town Council Finalized Approval of Contracts for Underground Utilities Construction  conversion, and are scheduled to begin work as early as this summer. With an estimated budget of $90 million, underground work is expected to be completed in a total of nine phases, with all work anticipated to be completed in

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Federal Aid For Future Palm Beach Midtown Beach Sand Fills
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The Town of Palm Beach may get federal aid that would shoulder the future costs of Midtown Beach sand fills. A study will be conducted to determine if Midtown beach is eligible for federal assistance. The costs of the study ($3 million) will be evenly split between the Town of

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Reach 8 sand project completion estimated to be in 2018-19
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During last week’s Palm Beach Town Council meeting, a record of decision made by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers about coastal studies project Reach 8 will likely be issued later this year, according to Coastal Coordinator, Rob Weber. Weber says, “They need to do more coordination with the advisory

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Tommy Hilfiger Moving To Palm Beach
NewsReal Estate

A staple in the fashion industry, Tommy Hilfiger is making major real estate moves, and has set his sights on making the Town of Palm Beach home with the recent purchase of a $34 million oceanfront estate in Palm Beach, according to the Palm Beach Daily News. Hilfiger is also

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Presidential Visits With Palm Beach Season Coming to an End
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With spring slowly exiting, and summer fast-approaching, the annual migration of Palm Beach’s seasonal elite to fairer climates begins. Permanent residents of Palm Beach are left to question: Will President Donald Trump continue to frequently visit the Winter White House? The Mar-a-Lago Club, President Trump’s home away from the White

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Increase in Golf Dock and Tennis Fees in Town of Palm Beach
LifestyleNews

There might be an increase in golf, dock and tennis fees for next season. The rates at Par 3 Golf Course, Town of Palm Beach Docks and tennis facilities will go up – on Wednesday, the changes were approved during the Recreation Advisory Commission’s monthly meeting, and the final approval

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Town of Palm Beach Votes To Ban Balloon Launches
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The Town of Palm Beach has taken steps to solve a huge environmental problem – the releasing of balloons and sky lanterns which end up in the ocean and pose a threat to the sea wildlife. On February 14th, an ordinance that bans the release of balloons and sky lanterns

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Presidential Visits With Palm Beach Season Coming to an End
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Mar-a-Lago is getting a landing pad for the president’s helicopter, Marine One. The approval came from the Town of Palm Beach Landmarks Preservation Commission with a unanimous vote. The design for a 50-foot concrete helipad was approved under the condition that it’s kept as simple as possible. The location for

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Avoid Local Airports When President Trump Visits Winter White House
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According to a recent report made by Palm Beach County’s airports director Bruce Pelly, when President Donald Trump comes back to his Mar-a-Lago estate in the Town of Palm Beach for a vacation, general aviation problems at surrounding airports are imminent. The Lantana airport is going to be shut down,

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Palm Beach Civic Association Debate Recap
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The second debate of the Town of Palm Beach election season was held Monday at The Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea, and it provided a good insight into the position of each candidate on key issues of the Town. The debate, which was sponsored by the Palm Beach Civic Association and

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