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Araskog Remains on Town Council
Town of Palm Beach News

In Tuesday’s election, current Town Councilwoman Julie Araskog defeated challenger René Silvin for the Group 2 Town Council seat, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. Araskog received 60.64 percent of the vote, or a total of 1,618 votes. Meanwhile, Silvin received 1,050 votes or 39.36 percent. Turnout

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Town Wins Undergounding-Related Lawsuit
Town of Palm Beach News

After bringing a lawsuit against the Town of Palm Beach that was struck down by a judge, a Palm Beach Towers-based firm has been ordered to pay for the cost of the town’s legal defense in the lawsuit, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. The firm brought

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William Minor Ordered to Pay $1.6 Million
Town of Palm Beach News

A former volunteer for a charity in Palm Beach is being required to pay back $1.6 million to the non-profit he defrauded during his decades-long scam targeting the organization’s pension plan, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. William H. Minor, 70, pleaded guilty to one count of

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Palm House May Sell to London-Based Company
Town of Palm Beach News

A new plan is in action to sell the still-unfinished Palm House property in Palm Beach to a buyer linked to a major London-based real estate investment firm that specializes in resort and commercial developments worldwide, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. A new court filing shows

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Palm Beach Refuses to Move Beached Boat
Town of Palm Beach News

The 32-foot vessel originally named Summer Smart, beached near President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago since Jan. 23, is falling apart, but as of now the Town of Palm Beach is refusing to remove it, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. “That falls into the category of no good

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Scholarship Founded in Honor of Mettler
Town of Palm Beach News

Late Palm Beach Town Council member Thomas Mettler’s legacy will live on through a scholarship in his name, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. The council accepted his family’s initial donation of $100,000 to the Thomas Mettler Scholarship Fund unanimously after a presentation by Thomas Mettler’s son,

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