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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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Modifying The Construction Rules of Palm Beach
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Town of Palm Beach Island contractors are having a hard time these days due to construction-weary residents asking for changes to Town regulations concerning work hours and days. Residents want changes badly, but contractors are of the opinion there are enough restrictions already. Still, the Town of Palm Beach has

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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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Town of Palm Beach Firefighters May Have Finalized Agreement
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The Town of Palm Beach and its firefighters may have a finalized agreement on compensation and benefits that has been six years in the making. The bargaining meetings began in 2011, when pensions and benefits were cut, sparking mass resignations and creating hiring issues due to lack of competitive pay

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Mayor Gail Coniglio Presents Scholarships to Town Employee Children
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22 scholarships have been presented to the sons and daughters of town employees by Mayor Gail Coniglio recently. One scholarship was co-sponsored by the Citizens’ Association of Palm Beach and Palm Beach Civic Association, and the other by the Palm Beach Country Club. During the Town Council meeting on Tuesday

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Town of Palm Beach Loses Battle Against State Regarding Uber
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The Town of Palm Beach has lost a battle against the State of Florida when it comes to home rule authority, regarding transportation. Uber and Lyft are among transportation network companies that cannot be regulated by local governments, in accordance with the bill recently adopted by the Florida Legislature which prohibits

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