Town of Palm Beach Turned 105 on April 17th
Yesterday, April 17th, the Town of Palm Beach celebrated its 105th year of official incorporation. According to the Town of Palm Beach website, “Thirty-five men (women did not have the vote yet) met at the Palm Beach Hotel that night [April 17th, 1911] and voted to incorporate what was only the
Town of Palm Beach Underground Parking Regulations
Town officials are considering making alterations to the current Town of Palm Beach underground parking regulations. It has been suggested that rules should be loosened so that developers may make more parking available for their customers. The paradox that Town Commissioners are left with is that the reasoning for loosening the
About The Town of Palm Beach Website
Palm Beach Island is revolutionizing its online communication. The Town launched a website on October 1st, 2013 in hopes of making communication between Town staff and Town of Palm Beach residents easier. In the summer of 2013, Deputy Town Manager Jay Boodheshwar led a Town committee (comprised of representatives from
Palm Beach Residents for Undergrounding
Voting day is right around the corner and one of the most hotly debated issues for the Town of Palm Beach March 15th ballot is the Underground Utility Referendum. Zach Shipley, leader of the Palm Beach Residents for Undergrounding PAC, believes that it is his duty to educate residents on
Kate Spade & Worth Avenue Annual Pet Parade and Contest
This coming weekend will hold no shortage of events for Town residents. Whether you want to go out on Worth Avenue and have yourself a little charitable shopping spree or enter a costume contest with your favorite four-legged friend— Palm Beach Island businesses, in participation with the Worth Avenue Association,
Thousands of Sharks Off Palm Beach
A common fear among residents and tourists on South Florida’s coast has always been the predator of the seas— the shark. Florida Atlantic University’s biology professor Stephen Kajiura has dedicated a large part of his research to understanding sharks and their migration; more specifically, their migration to our beaches. Dr.
Town of Palm Beach Have You Made Valentine’s Day Plans?
Town of Palm Beach have you made Valentine’s Day plans with your special someone for the weekend? Make this Valentine’s Day one to remember by dining out at one of your local Town of Palm Beach restaurants. One of Palm Beach Island’s top rated restaurants is Renato’s, located in Via
The Scout Guide Palm Beach
Last month, 2016’s The Scout Guide Palm Beach edition was published. Not surprisingly, The Guide featured 11 island businesses. The Scout Guide was originally published back in 2010 as a means to let people in over 60 cities all over the United States know about local, must-see businesses. The editors describe the publication
Palm Beach Resident Tim Gannon Opens New Restaurant BOLAY!
Palm Beach Resident Tim Gannon is launching a new and unique dining experience that be available for a Palm Beach town, it just isn’t ours. It will open in Royal Palm Beach next month. Bolay, a build-your-own salad bowl style of restaurant, will be opening in early February 2016. Bolay’s creators
Penny Townsend Town of Palm Beach Councilwoman
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