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Jeanette

Jeanette has written for online magazines run by some of the biggest regional newspapers, college newspapers, and for various companies. She is most interested in local politics, music, and the 'foodie' scene of Palm Beach.

Families Belong Together Rally by Mar-A-Lago
Town of Palm Beach News

June 30 rallies across the State of Florida were held for “Families Belong Together” in light of the recent news surrounding immigration, family separation, and the Trump presidency. One specific rally was held in West Palm Beach, a march where people walked from Flagler Dr. to Mar-A-Lago, where President Trump

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Evelyn & Arthur Future Plans in Palm Beach
Town of Palm Beach NewsUncategorized

After a possible scare on May 31, the Evelyn & Arthur store has plans to reopen again. According to Palm Beach Daily News, the store dates back to 1984 and closing it was not easy, according to the owners. During the summertime, foot traffic seemed to decrease as it does

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Japanese Prime Minister Probably Will Visit Mar-a-Lago This Month
Town of Palm Beach News

To say the presidential family’s stay in Palm Beach over the extended holiday weekend was eventful, would be putting it mildly. Such is the case for the entire town whenever the President Trump arrives. This marked his 17th visit since his presidency, with another expected visit in the next few

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President Trump to Spend Easter in Palm Beach
Town of Palm Beach News

President Trump is expected to arrive in the Town of Palm Beach this evening, March 29, 2018, for the Easter holiday and will be staying at Mar-A-Lago as he seems to do quite often.  President Trump is joining the FirsPresident Trump to Spend Easter in Palm Beach Lady and his son, Barron, who

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This 1927 Town of Palm Beach Sign Might Be Removed
Town of Palm Beach News

The Town Council will be deciding whether to do away with an obsolete building sign, that has been a big a part of Palm Beach history, but no longer serves a purpose. The prominent First National Bank sign located at 255 South County Road, has been in service since the

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Town of Palm Beach Officials Hear Concerns From Businesses
Town of Palm Beach News

This past Monday gave way to a Town Hall meeting of the minds involving Town of Palm Beach officials and other local businesses and associations, gathered in the effort to save and inspire new localized commerce. Representatives from the Frisbie Group, Breakers Hotel, Palm Beach Chamber, Royal Poinciana Plaza, and

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Town of Palm Beach Says Farewell to Tom Bradford
Town of Palm Beach NewsTown of Palm Beach Politics

It was the changing of the guard on Tuesday, as Town Council gave a heartfelt fare thee well to Tom Bradford and unanimously received Kirk Blouin with open arms as the new Town of Palm Beach Town Manager. Blouin’s employment contract was approved in a consensus, which will grant him

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http://www.palmbeachrecord.com/renovation-four-seasons-resort-palm-beach/
Town of Palm Beach LifestyleTown of Palm Beach News

In front of a crowd of approximately eighty Palm Beach residents, the proposal for converting Carriage House into a private London House style club, was withdrawn in dramatic fashion by applicant Michael Bickford and his attorney. Council Chambers had been filled with business owners and residents on Wednesday, prepared to

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Palm Beach Town Council Names Kirk Blouin as Town Manager
Town of Palm Beach News

The Town of Palm Beach can now officially check a box to mark “done” on its laundry list of things-to-do, as it names Public Safety Director Kirk Blouin successor to Tom Bradford as the new Town Manager. The decision came in on Tuesday with a 3-2 vote and a strong

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Town of Palm Beach Takes Steps To Increase Pension Program
Town of Palm Beach News

The Town of Palm Beach began taking steps in the effort to increase funding for the pension program. During a previous budget meeting in July 2017, Town of Palm Beach Town Council requested that staff locate additional funds for the underserved pension program that is currently off-slate, which is largely

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