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WPB TO 'READ FOR THE RECORD' ON 10/25

The City encourages residents to take the time that day to read a book aloud to their own children or family members to encourage a love of literacy, books and family together-time

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CITY TO HOST JEFFERSON TERMINAL DISTRICT VISION MEETING

The public is invited and encouraged to attend the Jefferson Terminal District (JTD) Vision Meeting on Wednesday, October 17, 2018 from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. at the Armory Art Center, located at 811 Park Place in the City of West Palm Beach.

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FLAGLER SHORE SCHEDULED TO END
Recently, a series of private emails and texts containing inaccurate information about the City’s Flagler Shore pilot project have created some new questions.
The City of West Palm Beach wants to ensure that residents have the correct updates about the plans for Flagler Shore.
Recently, a series of private emails and texts containing inaccurate information about the City’s Flagler Shore pilot project have created some new questions.
Flagler Shore was designed to temporarily reduce Flagler Drive between Banyan Boulevard and Lakeview Avenue to reclaim 63,000 square feet of public space for the public benefit.
In the interest of transparency and accuracy, the City wishes to share with you these important facts about the project:
·    The Flagler Shore project will end, and all four lanes of Flagler Drive will reopen on March 1. Please note that the City will need to close the affected area of Flagler Drive in the final days of the project in order to apply the MOT. Therefore, on February 27, 28, there will be a full road closure of Flagler Drive between Banyan and Lakeview. As in past years, Flagler Drive may temporarily close for private events including the Boat Show and Sunfest.
·    Despite inaccurate reports to the contrary, no public dollars are being allocated to continue to fund the Flagler Shore project.
·    Flagler Shore has been successful in starting the dialogue about how best to utilize the City’s public spaces and was a part of Mayor Jeri Muoio‘s initiative to study how to improve the overall quality of life across the City.
·    While there are plans to study the reports and review the results of the Flagler Shore project, it is not listed as one of Mayor’s top priorities.
This IS the plan and has always BEEN the plan.
We’ve learned a lot about how our residents value our public spaces. Project managers are compiling a report, which will be made public and shared with everyone once the project is complete.
We thank everyone who has participated in the project and has taken the time to provide us their feedback and comments.