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MAYOR MUOIO JOINS MAYORS ACROSS THE COUNTRY OPPOSING REPEAL OF CLEAN POWER PLAN

A recent analysis found that the Clean Power Plan could prevent as many as 4,500 premature deaths each year by 2030

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KICK-OFF AND WRAP UP SPRING BREAK WEEK WITH THE CITY OF WEST PALM BEACH

Free community event offerings to expand during March; City encourages residents and visitors to “Hurry to Currie”

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CITY TO COMPLETE IRMA DEBRIS CLEANUP SUNDAY, RESUME NORMAL SANITATION SCHEDULE
Irma Debris Left for Pickup after October 16 May be Subject to Fees
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. (October 19, 2017)—After picking up more than 95,000 cubic yards of Hurricane Irma related debris—enough to fill approximately 12-football fields six-feet deep with material-- the City of West Palm Beach Public Works Department announces completion of Irma debris cleanup effective Sunday, October 22, 2017. Residents are reminded that, per last week’s announcement, Hurricane Irma related vegetation, yard waste, construction and demolition debris left at the roadside for pickup after October 16 is now considered normal waste and will be picked up and/or charged accordingly. The Department of Public Works will resume the normal sanitation operations schedule-- to include bulk and yard waste pickup—beginning on October 23. The City thanks residents for their patience during Irma cleanup!