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Presidential Visits With Palm Beach Season Coming to an End
Town of Palm Beach News

Residents of The Town of Palm Beach will soon be hearing the sound of rotors spinning around for at least the next 4 years. President-elect Trump’s $7 million dollar helicopter is now allowed to take off and land at Mar-a-Lago Club when he’s in town. This was approved by the

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Town of Palm Beach Town Council Debate
Town of Palm Beach NewsTown of Palm Beach Politics

The candidates for The Town of Palm Beach Town Council were nominated last week during the annual Town Caucus and there is already a debate announced. Julie Araskog and Martin Klein, two nominees for the Group 2 Town Council seat being vacated by the Town Council President Michael Pucillo, will face each

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Town of Palm Beach News

In the past week, the Town Council of Palm Beach has approved site plans for a new proposed plaza on Testa property. However, tension between many residents and the Town of Palm Beach Town Council has risen due to new approvals set in place for the Testa Redevelopment Plan. A

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Town of Palm Beach LifestyleTown of Palm Beach News

The first stage of major renovations to Memorial Park Palm Beach and the Memorial Fountain in the Town of Palm Beach were completed on June 1st. However, the project has been slowed down to a halt until October. Managers have decided to delay the project in order for it to

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Town of Palm Beach News

The Town Council of Palm Beach is currently discussing plans of replenishing Phipps Ocean Park’s sand. If the expected budget is granted, $16.9 million will be given to Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Co., who are based out of Oak Brook, IL so they can fulfill their plan of transferring

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Town of Palm Beach News

The Town of Palm Beach has been pleased with the use of the updated and progressive parking meters. Last year the Town had reasoned that the new parking machines might need to be removed, but recent updates have made them more efficient. Visitors and residents alike on Palm Beach Island

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