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

Time for the Town of Palm Beach To Save Money
Town of Palm Beach News

The Town of Palm Beach has finalized the $80.5 million budget plan for the fiscal year already in effect, but it still has its work cut out as they continue to review areas for departmental spending cuts. In the coming year, a comprehensive review of town operations will be conducted

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Town of Palm Beach Actively Responding to Retiree Pension Shortage
Town of Palm Beach News

The Town of Palm Beach is actively responding to the retiree pension shortage by committing to spending $5.4 million annually for the next twenty-five years. The under-funded program is a direct-result of slow returns on the investments of pension funds, and the pressure is mounting with passing time. If it

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Have $95,000 a Month To Rent Dr. Oz Palm Beach House?
Town of Palm Beach Real Estate

Do you have $95,000 a month to rent Dr. Oz Palm Beach House? Well with the Town winter season fast-approaching, vacation rentals are up for grabs on the island of Palm Beach. From town-homes to mansions, nearly 200 properties will be listed for lease this coming season. Two of the

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Town of Palm Beach Officials Offer Prepayment of Underground Utilities
Town of Palm Beach News

Town of Palm Beach Officials recently announced that the option for land owners to prepay assessments for underground utility work will extend past the September 1st due date. The option to prepay allows property owners to save money, avoiding mounting interest payments and/or collection fees. The September 1st due date

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Town of Palm Beach Architect Officials Want Deadlines Revised
Town of Palm Beach News

The Architectural Commission decided to post updates of proposed projects online after passing the rule a year ago, and now a new development in the process was discovered regarding the length of time it takes to process and revise plan changes. In the fall of last year, the project submissions

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Plan to Develop El Bravo Way in Town of Palm Beach
Town of Palm Beach News

The Town of Palm Beach came to a compromise in the plan to develop El Bravo Way, by reducing the number of lots proposed in order to maintain its character. Formerly the John W. Kluge estate, the proposed lot is located at 89 Middle Road and is 3.4 acres of

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Town of Palm Beach Approves Marathon By Narrow Margin
Town of Palm Beach News

The Palm Beaches Marathon scheduled for December 3, 2017 will allow runners to cross the island for the first time, with revisions made to the original proposed route. After a narrow 3-2 vote, the Town of Palm Beach Town Council granted the event permit-access to cross over the Flagler Memorial

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Palm Beach Marathon Wants To Race in Town of Palm Beach
Town of Palm Beach News

The winter Palm Beaches Marathon event with upward 3,000 runners participating may finally be changing its course to a more scenic view this year. The Town of Palm Beach has been tasked with deciding whether the Organizers of The FITTEAM Palm Beaches Marathon will be allowed to access the middle

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Palm Beach Town Council Finalized Contracts for Underground Utilities
Town of Palm Beach News

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
Town of Palm Beach News

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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