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Palm Beach Historical Shopping District Speed Limit Slowed to 25mph
Town of Palm Beach News

After a recent study of traffic by the Florida Department of Transportation, the speed limit has been slowed to 25 mph near the shopping and historical districts between the avenues of Seaspray and Hammon. The effort to make the area safer for pedestrians comes soon after major improvements to Town

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Town of Palm Beach Manager Makes Plea for No Layoffs
Town of Palm Beach News

The Manager of the Town of Palm Beach Tom Bradford has made a plea with the Town Council to take certain considerations before imposing a work force reduction, as a part of comprehensive departmental reviews of areas to cut costs. On Oct. 1st, the Town of Palm Beach Town Council

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Town of Palm Beach Names Employee of the Year
Town of Palm Beach News

November’s monthly breakfast meeting held by the Chamber of Commerce became an inspiring, ceremonial event, acknowledging and appreciating the men and women of service for the Town of Palm Beach; most notably Employee of the Year Award. The gathering, with well over 500 in attendance, took place earlier in November,

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Renovation of the Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach
Town of Palm Beach News

With the support of the Architectural Commission, the long-awaited renovation of the Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach could be slated as early as spring of 2018, nearly three years after the original project approval date. Located at 2800 South Ocean Boulevard, and less than five miles from the noted Mar-a-Lago

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Town of Palm Beach Will Finally Get Presidential Visits Repaid
Town of Palm Beach News

The Town of Palm Beach will finally get Presidential visits repaid. Funds spent during President Donald J. Trump’s visits dating as far back as his electoral campaign, up until his inaugural date, are in the process of being repaid. According to U.S. Representative Lois Frankel, the Town of Palm Beach

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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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