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Palm Beach Historical Shopping District Speed Limit Slowed to 25mph
Town of Palm Beach News

After a recent study of traffic by the Florida Department of Transportation, the speed limit has been slowed to 25 mph near the shopping and historical districts between the avenues of Seaspray and Hammon. The effort to make the area safer for pedestrians comes soon after major improvements to Town

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Town of Palm Beach Manager Makes Plea for No Layoffs
Town of Palm Beach News

The Manager of the Town of Palm Beach Tom Bradford has made a plea with the Town Council to take certain considerations before imposing a work force reduction, as a part of comprehensive departmental reviews of areas to cut costs. On Oct. 1st, the Town of Palm Beach Town Council

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Town of Palm Beach News

On Saturday morning, a man driving across Flagler Bridge made a dangerous attempt, and tried to be like the Dukes of Hazzard and tried jumping the bridge as it was rising. Instead of using caution and stopping for the protective arm that is supposed to prevent drivers from risking their

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Town of Palm Beach News

he North End Pumping Station of the Town of Palm Beach is looking for a remodeling to the current failing facilities. The Pumping Station located at 1060 North Lake Way provides vital protection for all residents and businesses north of 760 N. Ocean Blvd. The station has been in desperate

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Earlier this month Town of Palm Beach Town Manager, Tom Bradford had to pick from 110 applicants for the position of Recreation Director Town of Palm Beach Parks and Recreation Department. This is an important role for the Town. Having the most qualified person taking care of this department makes

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Town of Palm Beach News

The Florida State Representatives and Senators have been working past the regular legislative session to pass the State Budget. Finally, Governor Rick Scott was able to sign the budget in approval for the next fiscal year. This budget did not go without steep cuts to many county and city projects.

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