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Colony Hotel Redoing Pool and Outdoor Area
Town of Palm Beach News

The town of Palm Beach Landmarks Preservation Commission approved the request by the owners of The Colony to demolish and reconstruct the pool and outdoor dining area of the hotel at 155 and 135 Hammon Ave, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. Designers said that the proposal

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Flag Display to Be Held in Palm Beach
Town of Palm Beach News

One weekend this November, the town of Palm Beach’s Bradley Park will be awash in red, white, and blue, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. Earlier this month, the Town Council officially approved the Rotary Club of Palm Beach’s request to stage a U.S. flag display during

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Objections Raised About Firework Show Donation
Town of Palm Beach News

One member of Palm Beach’s Architectural Commission has raised objections to a request made by West Palm Beach for a $12,000 donation toward the cost of this year’s July 4 fireworks display, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News.  Town Manager Kirk Blouin, meanwhile, is recommending the Palm

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Palm Beach Makes Hurricane Safety Improvements
Town of Palm Beach News

Palm Beach is implementing new programs and technology in advance of the 2019 hurricane season as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. The 2019 hurricane season will officially begin on June 1 and run until Nov. 30. The new programs are meant to create a smoother post-storm process. 

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Council Increases Public-Safety Employee Pay
Town of Palm Beach News

Last week, the Palm Beach Town Council took action to make the pay of police and firefighters in the town of Palm Beach competitive with neighboring municipalities, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. Last Tuesday the council decided to position public safety workers’ salary ranges at the

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Gun Rights Activist Speaks At Town Council Meeting
Town of Palm Beach News

Tuesday’s Town Council meeting in the Town of Palm Beach got off to a tense start when a Port St. Lucie gun rights activist hit back at town officials who earlier criticized the pro-gun group Florida Carry, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. “Myself and others educate,

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Employee Pay, Town Docks on Yesterday's Agenda
Town of Palm Beach News

Yesterday’s Town Council meeting was scheduled to have included discussion on ways to boost employee pay and benefits, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. The Town of Palm Beach is attempting to become more competitive with other public employers in Palm Beach County. High employee turnover—especially among

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Caristo Appointed Palm Beach Police Chief
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On Friday, Town Manager Kirk Blown appointed Nicholas Caristo, a major who has been acting chief of the Palm Beach Police Department since September, police chief, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. Blouin made the announcement before a standing-room only audience at a department meeting in the

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Aggressive Sales Tactics Plague Worth Avenue
Town of Palm Beach News

Despite a ban in February, aggressive sales tactics have continued to plague shoppers on Palm Beach’s Worth Avenue, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. Palm Beach police have reported issuing two violations since the ordinance went into the effect: one to Lavier and one to Tresor Rare.

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Flag Display to Be Held in Palm Beach
Town of Palm Beach News

The Royal Poinciana Way medium in the town of Palm Beach may be covered in hundreds of American flags for Veterans Day weekend later this year, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. The Rotary Club of Palm Bech and Main Street Business Association are seeking a permit

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