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Controversial Private Club Approved
Town of Palm Beach NewsUncategorized

On Wednesday, the Town Council gave permission for the Carriage House private club to open at 264 and 270 S. County Road. This long-awaited decision comes after months of debate and amid continued fierce opposition from neighbors, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. The council approved around

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Carriage House Back Before Town Council
Town of Palm Beach News

Today, the controversial Carriage House, a proposed private club that would be on South County Road in Palm Beach, will be back before the Town Council, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. Last month, amid opposition from residents near the proposed club, the council deferred the proposal

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Town Council Works to Retain Police & Firefighters
Town of Palm Beach News

The Town of Palm Beach is currently undergoing a study to determine why so many of the Town’s firefighters and police are leaving for other agencies, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. The study, however, comparing compensation of town employees to the local market, will not be

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New Palm Beach Financial Report Released
Town of Palm Beach News

According to Lew Crampton, Special Writer for the Palm Beach Daily News and member of the Palm Beach Town Council, the Town’s recent financial report brings good news to residents of Palm Beach. The recent Dashboard report gives the town’s financial results for October 2017 through September 2018. The intent

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Town of Palm Beach Shore Protection Board Needs Members
Town of Palm Beach NewsUncategorized

In case you missed it, here are this week’s Town of Palm Beach Town Council updates. After stepping down 7 months ago, Richard Kleid will return to the Town of Palm Beach zoning board after serving previously for 13 years. According to Palm Beach Daily News, Kleid made his career

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Town of Palm Beach Cuts $2.5 Million From Budget
Town of Palm Beach News

The Town of Palm Beach has carved out close to $2.5 million in savings after approving cuts from a list of 75 proposed areas placed on the chopping block. Although the exact amount of total savings is yet to be determined, Town Council’s decision to reassess the workforce proved to

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Zoning Chairman Martin Klein to Run for Town Council
Town of Palm Beach NewsTown of Palm Beach Politics

Zoning chairman Martin Klein announced his candidacy for the Group 2 Town Council seat which is currently held by Michael Pucillo. Via letter, Klein revealed his hope of succeeding Pucillo, who has “set the bar high for civility and dedication.” As he explained, it is his mission to ensure all

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Town of Palm Beach NewsTown of Palm Beach Politics

As the 2016 municipal election nears, we bid farewell to some of our wonderful Councilmembers. Town of Palm Beach Councilwoman Ms. Penny Townsend being one of them. We asked Councilwoman Townsend a few questions about her time serving on Town Council and her answers demonstrate her love for the Town of Palm

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Town of Palm Beach News

This past week the Town Council began to release their proposals for the upcoming Town of Palm Beach budget discussions. The fiscal year for the Town of Palm Beach begins on October 1st, and plans have begun to designate the funds toward three main projects for the next year. Collaboratively

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Town of Palm Beach News

It seems every week there is a new development or project being approved at a Town of Palm Beach Town Council or Commission Meeting, this week continued that trend. The final approval was made for the Royal Poinciana Plaza Revitalization improvements. For the past eight months, a group of architects

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